- Five/Six Bedrooms
- Ground Floor Annexe Potential
- Large Kitchen/Dining Room
- Five First Floor Bedrooms
- Large Driveway
- Carport with Two Storage Rooms
- Oil Central Heating
- Approx Half an Acre Plot
- No Onward Chain
- Quiet Position
Carters is a substantial property in the popular hamlet of Stretcholt with large driveway, garage, plentiful internal accommodation and large rear garden, the entire plot extending to around half an acre. The versatile internal layout includes annexe potential as well as a large kitchen/dining room, living room and five bedrooms, four of which are doubles, on the first floor.
The property has been in the same ownership for around fifty years, comes to the market with no onward chain and is in need of modernisation throughout. Carters represents an opportunity for a new owner to put their mark on their home.
For sale with no onward chain the property is approached via iron gates into a large gravel driveway providing ample parking as well as access to a single garage. The façade of the property is of white render with blue wooden window frames. Access is gained through a front door into an entrance hall providing access to a downstairs w/c. A doorway leads into the semi-open-plan kitchen/dining room. This large room benefits from a range of base and wall units. A spacious pantry adds storage. As a later extension to the property this room is important to the property, becoming suitable for a family and to entertain.
From here a doorway leads into the original cottage, in the form of a cosy, characterful living room. A large fireplace. Window seat, wooden beams and central pillars all add to the feel of this well preserved room. From here is a rear hall and porch leading to the rear garden.
Also, on the ground floor is a large utility room, bathroom and two further reception rooms as well as a sun room that could form a ground floor annexe, with kitchen, living room and bedroom.
On the first floor are five bedrooms, four of them doubles, all offering spacious accommodation, all from a landing with exposed wooden beams. The family bathroom benefits from basin, w/c and shower as well as airing cupboard.
Outside, the rear garden is large laid to lawn with a range of shrubs, hedging and tress including apples. The garden could be reinstated as a real feature of the property as a secluded and mature garden with space for all.
The property is situated in the hamlet of Stetcholt outside Pawlett. Pawlett benefits from a range of facilities including two churches, village pavilion with football and cricket clubs, petrel station and popular pub. Bridgwater is just ten minutes away and offers a large selection of independent and chain shops as well
To reach the property proceed away from Bridgwater on the A38 towards Highbridge. After proceeding through Pawlett turn left into Red Lane, signposts Stretcholt. After around three hundred yards the road splits, turn left into Stretcholt Lane. The property will be found shortly after on the left hand side, signalled by a For Sale board.