- Excellent Position
- Popular Location
- Polden Villages
- Large Plot
- Mature Gardens
- In Need of Modernisation
- Oil Central Heating
- Double Glazing Throughout
- No Onward Chain
This three bedroom semi-detached property in a quiet cul-de-sac position in the particularly popular Polden village of Cossington offers a rare opportunity for any prospective purchaser.
The property benefits from two privately owned parking spaces as well as a gated driveway into a large wrap around garden, the house occupying a generous plot. To the front is a glazed porch, leading through a front door into a spacious hallway, from which are the ground floor rooms and stairs to the first floor. The living and dining room are semi-open plan, creating a dual aspect, light and large space suitable for entertaining when desired. From here, to the rear of the property is a kitchen consisting of base and wall units as well as worktops with electric cooker and hob with extractor over and inset sink and draining board. The kitchen further benefits from a larder cupboard and a door to side porch with worktop suitable as an entrance porch, utility or storage room, with its own outside door.
On the first floor is a landing from which all first floor rooms lead. The master bedroom sits to the front of the property and is a spacious room, benefitting from a pleasant outlook across the front garden to the village church. The second bedroom is also a double while a third, single bedroom completes the bedroom accommodation. A bathroom with three piece suit comprising of low level w/c, basin and bath with shower over finishes the first floor.
This property offers a surprising amount of accommodation as well as potential. While benefitting from double glazing and oil central heating the house is in need of decoration and modernisation, giving someone the opportunity to make it their own.
Cossington is a popular village within the Polden Hills with its own pub, church and village hall. Further facilities including a Co-op can be found around one mile away in Woolavington with a reputable primary school found in nearby Puriton. Bridgwater can be reach in around ten minutes as can the M5 motorway.
Bridgwater offers a range of facilities including; hospital, sports facilities, primary and secondary schools and a large range of independent and chain shops and supermarkets. The railway station offers main line links to Bristol and beyond. The county town of Taunton is around thirty minutes away and offers yet further facilities including three independent schools and a main line rail link to London Paddington in as little as Two hours.
To reach the property from Bridgwater proceed East on the A39 toward Glastonbury. Pass through Bawdrip petrol station and around four hundred yards later turn left into Manor Road, signposted to Cossington. Upon entering the village the road bends round to the right, turn left at this point to remain on manor road. After a further one hundred yards turn left into St. Mary’s Close and the property, 2 Manor Gardens will be found on the right hand side.