- Spacious townhouse over three floors with stylish accommodation
- Lots of room and flexible accommodation
- South facing garden to the rear (c.60' in length)
- On street parking
- Definitely one to view to fully appreciate
- Lovely open plan living room kitchen to the rear with bi-fold doors to the rear garden
A lovely town house modernised in recent years and set in a conservation area in a popular medieval street within easy walking distance of the city centre. The surprisingly spacious accommodation is laid out over three floors with a south facing, enclosed garden to the rear extending to c.60' in length. Viewing is definitely essential to fully appreciate this interesting and stylish home.
On entering the property there is a generous hallway with access to the sitting room with a double glazed window to the front and a feature fireplace. To the rear of the hall is an inner lobby with built-in cupboards giving access to the open plan living room and kitchen diner. The focus of this area are the bi-fold doors opening onto the rear garden and the skylights provide plenty of light. Within this lovely space is a wood burner and wood store with a stylish range of wall and base units with wooden work surfaces over and a one and a half bowl sink. There is also space for a range-style cooker.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom with separate shower cubicle with two further bedrooms on the second floor (one of which is currently used as a home office). All of the upper windows to the rear have lovely views to Tor Woods in the distance.
Gas fired central heating throughout. Double glazed windows to the front.
To the rear of the property is a south-facing garden with stone walls to the south and west and panel fencing to the east. Lawned garden with well stocked flower beds for year round interest. Brick paver terrace to the immediate rear of the property currently with artificial grass over. Covered store. Extending to c.60' in length (18.3m).
Wells is the smallest city in England and offers a vibrant high street with a variety of independent shops and restaurants as well as a twice weekly market and a choice of supermarkets including Waitrose. At the very heart of the city is the medieval Cathedral, Bishop’s Palace and Vicars’ Close (reputed to be the oldest surviving residential street in Europe). Bristol and Bath lie c. 22 miles to the north and north-east respectively with mainline train stations to London at Castle Cary (c.11 miles) as well as Bristol and Bath. Bristol International Airport is c.15 miles to the north-west. Of particular note is the variety of well-regarded schools in both the state and private sectors in Wells and the surrounding area.
From Wells city centre follow signs for The Horringtons B3139 into St Thomas Street. The property can be found half way up on the right hand side.