- Imaginative and very liveable conversion in this popular area
- No onward chain
- Wonderful ground floor living space with large, lofty rooms
- Dining kitchen with french doors onto a decked terrace
- Large sitting room with log burning stove
- Dining room
- Three bedrooms (2 with en suites)
- Utility room & cloakroom
- Allocated parking for 2 cars and visitors' parking
A wonderful conversion on the corner of an interesting Victorian building set on the edge of the South Horrington development. Offering three floors of accommodation with a particularly spacious loft style ground floor and the benefit of a south-facing decked terrace and garden. Definitely one to view.
A covered porch shelters the front door into a study/hallway with stairs to the first floor and an understairs cupboard. Part exposed stone walls give a sense of the history of the building. The first door leads into a kitchen with ample space for a table and french doors onto the decked terrace beyond. There are an extensive range of wall and base units with gas hob, electric oven and an integrated dishwasher.
Next door is an elegant sitting room with a feature log burner with television and satellite points and high ceilings. Off the sitting room is a dining room with doors onto the decked terrace in addition to windows and skylights which flood this room with light. Off the sitting room is a utility room with plumbing for washing machine and giving access to a ground floor cloakroom.
On the first floor there is a walk-in cupboard with gas fired combination boiler supplying central heating and hot water with a doors into two double bedrooms with one bedrrom having an en suite shower room and built-in storage.
On the top floor there is a superb principal bedroom with a further en suite bathroom and enjoying a double aspect.
wo allocated parking spaces and further visitors' parking.
Access to the property is via attractively landscaped grounds with a side gate into the private garden of the property. There is a delightful L-shaped decked terrace enjoying a southerly aspect and wrapping around the kitchen and the dining room. This looks down into the former hospital. Steps lead to the lower area of garden which has been laid to lawn with a feature pond and well stocked flower beds. Two stores. Outside lighting and water tap. There is a gated path leading into the village.
Situated within the grounds of a Grade II listed former hospital now forming a new village on the outskirts of Wells. To the south of the site there is a tennis court and cricket pitch with Wells Golf Course beyond. Wells 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.
From Wells proceed out of the town along the Bath Road (B3139) and proceed up the hill towards West Horrington. Turn right into Upper Breach at the traffic island. Follow this road passing all the way along the back of the main building and bear right where the road forks. Follow this road into North Lodge Court. Park in the residents parking area and on foot proceed to the back of the building bearing right and follow it to the door of 5 Gilbert Scott Mews.