- Charming thatched cottage situated on the edge of this picturesque Somerset village
- Large plot affording a wonderful south-facing garden that backs onto open countryside beyond
- Perfect opportunity to improve and modernise to your own specification
- Available from our client with the advantage of no onward chain
This charming cottage is said to be one of the oldest properties in the village and affords plenty of character features and offers an exciting opportunity for a sympathetic renovation. Whether you are looking for that dream retirement cottage or a family home that can grow with you this will fit the bill providing scope to extend subject to planning permission and consents.
The ground floor provides spacious accommodation leading off from a central hall. The sitting room features a dual aspect to front and rear and multi-fuel stove with recesses either side. Next the kitchen/dining room is the hub of the home featuring an original flagstone floor, Rayburn set in a large inglenook and exposed beams. Fitted with a modern range of base and drawer units, granite effect work surfaces, sink unit and built in oven and hob with space for a dishwasher and American fridge/freezer. There is also a traditional pantry. A boot/utility room is fitted with a sink and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer and leads out to the rear garden and driveway.
To the first floor there are three bedrooms, two large doubles and a large single bedroom all serviced by a family bathroom appointed with a modern white suite.
The cottage is approached from either the front or the side. Accessed principally from the side, wrought iron gates open onto a driveway providing ample parking and alongside a large store. The store is a fantastic size and offers plenty of further potential such as home office, studio, workshop or knocking through to connect to the main house. The rear garden is an excellent size, ideal for families and keen gardeners alike, laid mostly to lawn with large decked area at the foot of the garden.
The property is situated in the unspoilt rural hamlet of Dundon near the Parish Church. Compton Dundon lies within one mile and has a village inn, the Castlebrook. The thriving centre of Street is some three miles and is home to Millfield Senior School and the Clarks Village complex of factory shopping outlets. Street also offers sporting and recreational facilities including both indoor and open air swimming pools, tennis, football, cricket, bowls etc, Strode Theatre and a range of pubs and restaurants. The ancient town of Somerton is approximately three and a half miles, and access to the M5 motorway at Junction 23 Bridgwater is within 15 miles.
From Street take the B3151 towards Somerton and upon entering the village of Compton Dundon continue until reaching the thatched cottage opposite the memorial and turn right into Ham Lane. Proceed for half a mile and negotiate a sharp left hand bend, continue up the hill and along Peak Lane. The property will be found on the right-hand side.