DESCRIPTION The historic Oakhill Brewery was founded in 1767, and the site remained in use as a brewery until it finally closed in 1997. This sensitive redevelopment of the existing buildings breathes new life into the site, providing 25 beautiful new homes located in the very heart of Oakhill village. Excellent communal facilities include a private gym, swimming pool and landscaped communal gardens for the residents' enjoyment. Most of the properties have been appropriately named after brewing terms.
The Brew House - The collective equipment used to make beer.
The Brew House is a four storey end terrace. The property comprises, on the ground floor. an open plan, dual aspect, kitchen / dining / family room with attractive arched French doors leading to the private walled garden. The kitchen has a range of light wood effect and white gloss cupboards with ample white speckled work surfaces, a peninsula unit with breakfast bar and integrated Belling appliances including a dishwasher, oven, ceramic hob, fridge and freezer. A utility room leads off the kitchen and has matching cupboards to the kitchen and an integrated washing machine. A downstairs WC with basin can be accessed from the entrance hall. On the first floor is a large sitting room, an office or storeroom and a WC with basin. Stairs lead up to the second floor where there are two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room and a family bathroom with overhead ' waterfall' shower . Two further bedrooms, both double, can be found on the third floor both with grey steel feature beams. One of the bedrooms benefits from an en-suite shower room. A large store room which houses the Worcester boiler and large Stelflow hot water storage tank completes the third floor.
OUTSIDE The property has a private enclosed walled garden, use of the communal gardens
and two allocated parking spaces.
LOCATION The pretty village of Oakhill lies to the Eastern end of the Mendip Hills within easy commuting distance of Bristol and Bath, five miles from Wells and four miles from Shepton Mallet. The nearby main line rail links are situated at Castle Cary, Bath and Bristol. The village enjoys a varying range of different age and style of properties with many period and individual homes. Within the village there is a doctors surgery, village churches, village hall and recreation field and two public houses. Oakhill boasts an excellent primary school whilst secondary schools are within easy reach. In addition, The Cathedral School at Wells, Downside at Stratton-On-The-Fosse, All Hallows at Cranmore, Kings, Bruton School for Girls and Millfield at Street are also easily accessible.
Sporting facilities in the area include racing at Wincanton and Bath, golf at nearby Mendip Golf Club and Wells, sailing or fishing at Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes. In addition, there is a Leisure Centre in Wells offering a variety of recreational facilities.
TENURE One 25th of the Freehold.
SERVICE CHARGE £1000 per annum. For maintenance of communal areas, swimming pool, gym, car parking and communal gardens.
HEATING Gas central heating.
SERVICES Mains drainage, water, gas and electricity are all connected.
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with Cooper and Tanner. Tel: 01749 676524 (Wells) or 01749 372200 (Shepton Mallet)
LOCAL AUTHORITY Mendip District Council, Cannards Grave Road, Shepton Mallet. BA4 5BT. Tel: 01749 648999
COUNCIL TAX Band 'F'
EPC RATING Rating 'B'
DIRECTIONS From Wells proceed to Shepton Mallet and take the A37 signposted to Bristol. Then take the A367 signposted to Bath. Continue for approximately half a mile to the village of Oakhill. You will see 'The Oakhill Inn' on your right, turn left opposite the pub into the High Street. Continue for 200m and The Old Brewery Development can be found on the left.
HELP TO BUY SCHEME This property can be purchased with help from the government 'help to buy' scheme. Please visit www.helptobuy.gov.uk for more information.
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