A part glazed door opens into an entrance hall with flagstone floor and stairs with a half turn leading to the first floor. To the right is a sitting room with windows to both ends with shutters and a feature fireplace with a wood burning stove inset. A lovely space with plenty of light.
To the right of the hall is a dining room with double aspect and an oak floor. French doors open on to the garden at the front and there is a cast iron victorian-style open fireplace with tiled details. An arch leads into a rustic-style kitchen with flagstone floor and a range of painted wall and base units.
Upstairs on the landing there is a fitted book case and a window to the rear again with views. All three bedrooms are capable of taking double beds and enjoy pleasant views. Two of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes whilst the master bedroom has a double aspect and an cast iron fireplace. The bathroom has a white suite with an electric shower over the bath.
Gas fired central heating via a combination boiler in the roof space. Double glazed windows.
A pedestrian gate leads from the lane into the level garden which lies to the front of the property and is mainly laid to lawn with cottage-style flowerbeds and a patio area. Outside tap. Summer house. The garden is an irregular shape and extends to 70' x 50' (21.34m x 15.24m) maximum.
Dinder is a picturesque village set between Wells and Shepton Mallet where very little property ever comes onto the open market. 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 take the A371 towards Shepton Mallet. After 2 miles turn left into Dinder. Go straight ahead as the road bears to the right then take the next turning right as the road bears to the left. The entrance to the cottage is via a gate on the right hand side with a name plate displayed on the wall.