- Desirable Village
- Quiet Position
- Large Garden
- Two Bedrooms
- Close to Amenities
- Spacious Rooms
- Listed Building
- Character Property
- No Onward Chain
- Close to Quantock Hills
Part of an historic Inn, this freehold property is an interesting residence. Tucked away, yet in the centre of Nether Stowey, this two bedroom property is in a convenient and quiet position, benefitting from a large garden outside and character features are plentiful within.
Approached via an archway is a cobbled courtyard from which the property is accessed. On the ground floor is a wooden door leading to a spacious semi-converted room which would make an excellent reception room. There is a wooden staircase from here into the property, currently disguised by a hatch. Externally is a concrete staircase, under which is a storage cupboard, leading to the front door on the first floor.
The front door leads into a long landing from which all rooms lead. The kitchen consists of a range of base and wall wooden unites with pleasant granite effect worktops, integrated electric oven with four ring hob and cooker hood over, inset stainless steel sink and draining board and space and plumbing for white goods. This kitchen offers plenty of space for preparing and cooking.
The living/dining room is a light room with three large sash windows across two aspects, with electric fireplace. The master bedroom is particularly large and benefits from skylight and two windows overlooking the courtyard, while the second bedroom is also a double, looking over the gardens. The family bathroom completes the accommodation and comprises of a three piece suit including bath with chrome mains shower off it.
From the landing is a large storage cupboard with window, under which is a hatch opening to the wooden staircase leading from the ground floor room. This option for the extra ground floor space is a real addition to the property.
The house has been well-maintained throughout, benefitting from modern gas central heating, while character features remain throughout, including attractive sash windows. The listed building status of The Clock House ensures the nature of the building will be retained. Just steps from the front door is a large private garden. Largely laid to lawn, interspersed with trees including fruits, shrubs and hedging is this pleasant space, benefitting also from shed, wood store and compost area. For a property in the centre of this desirable village, this is a real added benefit.
Nether Stowey is one of the most desirable villages in the area, itself benefitting from a range of amenities including pub, shop, primary school, doctor’s surgery, vets and more. The village sits on the slopes of the Quantock Hills, offering extensive walking, cycling and riding opportunities. To the North the West Somerset Coastline is just minutes away. Bridgwater can be reach in around fifteen minutes by car, Taunton in twenty-five, both offering a large range of shopping, leisure, health and sporting facilities. Taunton offers a main line rail link to London Paddington in less than two hours while the M5 can be accessed from both Taunton and Bridgwater.
To reach the property turn off the A39 upon reaching Nether Stowey into St. Marys Street. The Clock House is found around two hundred yards later on the left hand side, just before the clock tower in the village square.