An imaginative and spacious conversion of a former village school offering masses of character with light and airy accommodation. Refurbished and extended by the present architect owner this is a text book example of how to merge the old and the new to create a fantastic family home.
Entering through the porch at the front you are straight into one of the wow moments of this property a double storey dining hall with a feature fireplace, a gallery landing over and flooded with light by a feature window. Off this room is a double aspect snug area with access to the garden and beyond is the kitchen with a stylish range of units with granite work surfaces over and a limestone tiled floor. "Miele" electric oven, steamer and dishwasher, induction hob with extractor hood over and space and plumbing for an American-style fridge freezer. At the rear of the property is a utility room with space for laundry appliances and a walk-in airing cupboard with LPG gas boiler and pressurised hot water tank. Also on the ground floor is a room currently used as a study which could also be a fifth bedroom (especially as it has a full shower room next door) and beyond this is the next wow factor - a south-facing sitting room overlooking the garden and enjoying the views to the rear with patio doors running out onto a lovely large patio designed to bring the outdoors in. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms including a master bedroom with en suite bathroom in addition to a family bathroom. The majority of the windows are double glazed.
Outside there is a newly block paved driveway to the west side of the property with lighting and water tap. Steps lead up from this area to the rear garden which extends to c. 92' (28m) in length and faces due south. A paved area gives a useful drying area as well as housing the LPG tank and gives access to the detached double garage/ workshop 21' x 17'8" (6.4m x 5.2m) with power, light and water. Beyond the garage is hardstanding for a further 3 vehicles which is accessed from the lane running to the rear. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a stone built store for firewood. There is a wonderful landscaped patio with built-in lighting to the immediate rear of the property. Designed for maximum privacy and to make the most of the southerly aspect and country setting.
Situated in a popular village between Wells and Wedmore with a village hall and church. Wells lies 3.5 miles from Henton and is the smallest Cathedral city in England and offers a wide choice of shops and facilities including a particularly good range of Schools (both state and private). Bristol and Bath lie c.22 miles to the North and North East respectively. Wedmore is a large village with a good range of shops and facilities approximately 3 miles west of Henton.
From Wells follow signs for Cheddar A371 and turn left B3139 to Wedmore. Follow this road into the village of Henton just passing the church and the property can be found on the left hand side.