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Brook Lane Catcott, Bridgwater £279,950

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  • Beautifully presented period cottage
  • Situated in the heart of the highly sought after village of Catcott
  • Two spacious reception rooms with characterful features
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Good sized sunny garden including a productive vegetable plot
  • Garage and parking
  • Within walking distance of the Primary School and Gwilliams supermarket
  • Viewing is highly recommended

A beautifully presented period cottage situated in the heart of the desirable village of Catcott benefitting from spacious reception rooms and bedrooms, a good sized sunny garden, garage and ample parking.

The cottage is accessed from both the front and rear elevations via the front door and through a covered passage way at the side giving access to the garden and the utility room. From the entrance hall stairs ascend to the first floor and a door leads you into a light and spacious dining room, with solid oak flooring and feature cast iron Victorian fireplace. Two doors lead you into the kitchen and the sitting room, there is also a useful under stair storage cupboard. The principal reception room really is a fabulous size featuring an exposed beam, a focal point multi fuel stove, solid oak floors and large window to front with deep oak sill. The kitchen is fitted with an attractive range of base, wall and drawer units and work top surfaces. Included in the sale is a five burner LPG gas range cooker with double electric fan oven. There is space for a dishwasher and under-counter fridge. As with all traditional cottages the bathroom is located on the ground floor and comprises a white suite with panelled bath and shower over. A large utility room provides access to the garden. On the first floor you have three double bedrooms, the master bedroom featuring a lovely Victorian cast iron fireplace and walk in wardrobe.

This much-loved cottage garden has a south eastly aspect and enjoys the sun all day, the last light falling at the foot of the garden where a private raised deck area provides a perfect eating area. Extending from the rear elevation a formal lawned garden is well stocked with established shrub and flowering borders, beyond that is a large well-tended and productive vegetable plot with greenhouse. The garden itself is fully enclosed, and path leading from the passageway, accessed from the front elevation, has a pedestrian right of way for number 4. The garage and parking are positioned away from the property. A single garage (semi-detached with number 4) has an up and over door, power and light. There is ample parking in front and storage space at the side.


The property is situated within the popular Polden Hill village of Catcott, known and appreciated for its community feel and local amenities, including a highly regarded primary school, church and two public houses. The neighbouring village has a Doctors surgery and supermarket, which is just under a mile away. The thriving town of Street just 6.5 miles offering a good range of facilities including Strode College, Strode Theatre, both indoor and open-air swimming pools and complex of shopping outlets in Clarks Village. Street is also the home of the renowned Millfield Senior School. Catcott is 29 miles from Bristol International Airport, 37 miles from the City of Bristol and 22 miles from the County Town of Taunton.


From Street proceed west on the A39 towards the M5 motorway. After about 5 miles turn right into Scotts Lane signposted Catcott having previously passed a left turn for Moorlinch. At the crossroads, King William Pub ahead, proceed straight across into King William Road. At the 'T' junction turn left into Manor Road. Continue a short distance and pass the war memorial and village primary school onto Brooks Road, the property will be found on the right hand side identified by a for sale sign.


Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Night storage heating.

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Brook Lane Catcott
Bridgwater TA7 9HG
County: Somerset
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: AIS5821
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