Originally converted back in the 1970's, this charming period property has benefitted from considerable improvements in more recent years
Situated in the heart of the village, but tucked away from the road, the property is accessed from a shared private drive
On the ground floor, there is a sitting room, open plan kitchen/dining room, conservatory, utility and cloakroom
The kitchen, enjoys a modern range of units with oak work surfaces over and recess for a LPG/electric range cooker
On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms with bedrooms one and two both having dual aspect windows
At the front, there is parking for several vehicles with a carport off to the left and a range of useful secure stores
The rear garden is enclosed, enjoying a southerly aspect and affording a patio terrace, a variety of mature plants and a great degree seclusion
Doran Lodge is a charming period attached house, situated in the heart of the village, yet tucked away, being accessed from the private driveway forming Great House Court. Formerly a live stock barn, the property was converted back in the 1970's, and in subsequent years has further benefitted from being regularly updated and modernised. Today, the house is beautifully presented, featuring oak floors, modern kitchens and bathroom, a frontage with carport, extended parking and out buildings, with a lovely enclosed garden at the rear.
Charming period house, 3 good beds and secluded garden
Meare is a rural village set on the picturesque Somerset Levels, 4 miles to the west of Glastonbury. The village provides a primary school, parish church and farm shop. The historic town of Glastonbury offers a range of shopping facilities, St Dunstan's Community School and Millfield Preparatory School in Edgarley. Street is within 6 miles and provides a further choice of shopping facilities, Strode College and Strode Theatre. The M5 (junction 22) is within 12 miles, Bristol International Airport 22 miles and the nearest main line rail link to London Paddington is at Castle Cary, 19 miles.
Upon entering the village, proceed passed the school on your left, and the turning for Ashcott Road, also on your left. Soon you will see a driveway signposted on your right for Great House Court. Turn in here and follow the driveway down and around to the left, where you will find the entrance into Doran Lodge on your left hand side.
At the front, there is a wide hallway, almost running the width house, having a cloakroom to the right and access to the utility on the left. A front door leads to an inner hall, where stairs rise to the first floor and a further door opens to the open plan kitchen/dining/breakfast room. The kitchen comprises an extensive range of units having oak work surfaces over and a 'Stoves' LPG/electric range cooker set into the inglenook. Double doors and a window open to the conservatory, which is glazed on three sides, with further doors to the garden. The kitchen provides ample space for a breakfast table, as well as the dining area, where there is a snug recess and a door to the sitting room. Here there is a feature fireplace with inset wood burning stove, exposed wooden beams and two sets of doors out onto the patio and garden. Finally on the ground floor, accessed from the kitchen, is the utility room, complete with space for a washing machine, tumble drier and fridge/freezer. There is also a 'belfast' sink and fitted storage cupboards, also with a door at one end to the garden.
On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom, leading from the landing. The master bedroom enjoys a dual aspect, as does bedroom three, with windows to the front and rear, with the master bed having built in wardrobes and shutters to both sets of windows. Bedroom two, enjoys a rear facing aspect looking out over the garden. Finally, the family bathroom, having an oak floor, is fitted with separate shower enclosure, bath, WC and wash hand basin.