- Refurbished Grade II Listed cottage believed to dated back to the 17th century
- Rewired throughout. Damp proofing works undertaken. Modern gas fired boiler.
- Newly installed kitchen and bathroom (newly installed pressurised hot water tank)
- Masses of character throughout and very well presented
- 3 reception rooms (including a networked office)
- 3 bedrooms and a stylish bathroom
- Enclosed gardens with summerhouse and backing onto a large recreation area
- Garage and carport with additional parking
Grade II Listed property comprehensively refurbished by the present owners in recent years. With interesting and attractive features throughout the cottage it offers very liveable accommodation and an enclosed garden in addition to garage, carport and additional parking. NO CHAIN
A half glazed door opens into the entrance lobby with a flagstone floor and stairs to the first floor. To the right a door leads into the sitting room with a feature fireplace with wood burning stove inset and enjoying a curved recess which the original stone staircase would have occupied as well as a double aspect. A wooden floor gives a cosy feeling to this room. Off the sitting room is a study with french door and window to the front garden with downlighters and hardwired internet point. The wooden floor from the sitting room continues into this room.
To the left of the entrance lobby is a dining room with flagstone floor, mullioned window with window seat and an understairs store cupboard and opening into a re-fitted kitchen with stylish units and including induction hob with re-circulating hood over, electric oven and microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer. There are wooden work surfaces over the units and a Belfast sink with granite drainers either side. One cupboard contains a gas fired boiler supplying central heating and hot water. Of particular note are the feature former fireplace, shelved recess and built-in store cupboards.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms all with exposed rafters, exposed wooden floorboards, feature recesses or cupboards and television points and a super bathroom from the area that the original stone staircase would have risen with a freestanding, double ended claw foot bath with shower over, W.C. and wash hand basin in reclaimed vanity unit with a tiled floor.
To the front of the property is a pretty area of garden bounded by stone walls and enjoying a southerly aspect.
To the west of the property is a carport and garage with power and light in addition to further hardstanding spaces for two cars. Beyond is a good sized, lawned garden running to the side and rear of the property with a summer house, raised vegetable bed, decked area and views over a large, open recreation area to the rear. Bounded by dry stone walling.
Shepton Mallet provides a good choice of shopping facilities (including a designer outlet centre), a garden centre, numerous pubs, restaurants, an outdoor swimming pool and a leisure centre. The town also provides both primary and secondary schools and has a bus link to Wells Blue School. With good road links to Bristol and Bath c.21 miles and the A303 Podimore Junction 14 miles. Bristol International Airport is 22 miles and Castle Cary railway station 7 miles.
From Wells take the A371 towards Shepton Mallet. On entering Shepton Mallet turn right at the first roundabout and then right at the second roundabout. Take the fourth right (just after the King William pub and signposted Wells). The property can be found on the right hand side with a for sale board displayed.