- Part of a Grade II Listed House split into 4 smaller freehold properties
- Garage (with parking and light) and parking to the rear
- Enclosed, south-facing garden to the rear of the building with access into the garage
- Feature fireplace in the sitting room
- Mainly double glazed windows
- Kitchen with space for table
- Two double bedrooms (both with fitted wardrobes)
- L-shaped bathroom
- Gas fired central heating (recently replaced boiler)
Part of a Grade II Listed house this period property has both a garden, garage and parking and is set within a short walk of the High Street. Offered for sale with no onward chain the property has been let until recently and could also be holiday let. An ideal lock up and leave property.
A well maintained communal hallway shared with three other properties has a door to the front and also to the rear gardens. A door opens into a private entrance lobby with stairs to the first floor with a skylight providing plenty of natural light. To the left is a door into the sitting room with a double glazed window to the front and a feature fireplace with a built-in TV stand, television and telephone points and a feature beam. Off the sitting room is a dining kitchen with a range of wall and base units with gas hob (extractor fan over) and electric oven as well as plumbing for washing machine and a space for an under counter fridge. There is space for a table and chairs in front of the window.
On the first floor landing there is a large airing cupboard with a gas fired combination boiler supplying central heating and hot water. Off the landing are two double bedrooms (both with fitted wardrobes with cupboards over) and a L-shaped bathroom fitted with a white suite with an electric shower over the bath.
The garden is accessed via a door from the communal hallway. The original garden for the house has been divided into 4 more or less equal areas which are all enclosed and well defined. The garden for Number 3 is on the left hand side at the far end and is enclosed by a stone wall on one side, trellis panels and the garage at the rear. Extending to 5.6m x 4.5m (18'3 x 14'7). Enjoying a southerly aspect the garden is paved with a flower border. A pedestrian door leads into the rear of the garage with an up and over door, power and light. Extending to 5.18m x 2.45m ((16'11 x 8'1). There is a further parking space in front of the garage. An annual payment of £180 is payable to Mendip District Council for access across the Union Street Car Park to the garage and parking space.
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. Amenities include a leisure centre, independent cinema and a theatre. 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.
On foot from the offices of Holland & Odam in the High Street. Cross to the opposite side of the High Street and turn left into Union Street. At the top of the road turn left into Chamberlain Street and the property will be found on the left hand side.