Surrounded by open countryside sits this four bedroom detached family home, in a popular village situated just ten miles from Bristol, Bath or Wells. In need of modernisation, originally built in the 1930's as a bungalow, extended into a house in the 1970s and has remained in the same family since new. The property offers a vast amount of scope to improve, re-configure and extend if required (subject to planning permission). The accommodation comprises an entrance porch, entrance hall, two reception rooms, both having a dual aspect and bay windows and a feature fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of units and door leading to a covered rear porch and coal store. Also on the ground floor is a formal dining room and downstairs shower room with an original tiled floor.
The first floor comprises of three large double bedrooms, a single bedroom and bathroom, all featuring beautiful views over open countryside.
OUTSIDE The property is approached by a tarmac drive which gives parking for 4 cars leading to an old garage to the side. Gardens wrap around the whole property which are mainly laid to lawn with a Varity of shrubs, flowers and a vegetable plot. The garden has several secluded seating areas that look over the stunning views and are enclosed by hedging and walling.
LOCATION Temple Cloud is located in the parish of Cameley, on the edge of the Chew Valley and the northern fringe of the Mendip Hills. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, it has a charming 12th Century church, three lakes fed by springs that run down from the hills and wonderful countryside walks.
Situated just 10 miles from Bristol, Bath and Wells, this popular village has a general store, petrol station, doctor's surgery and a highly regarded primary school. Chew Valley Secondary school is highly regarded and there is a variety of independent schools in the Bristol, Bath and Wells areas.
The nearby town of Midsomer Norton provides a wider range of amenities and locally there is a renowned farm shop. The wide range of recreational facilities include golf at Farington Gurney, sailing at Chew Valley Lake and tennis at bishop Sutton.
SERVICES Mains water, electricity and drainage. Electric heaters throughout. Purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries into the adequacy and availability of any services.
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with Cooper and Tanner. Tel: 01749 676524
LOCAL AUTHORITY Bath and North East Somerset Council Tel: 01225 394041
COUNCIL TAX Band 'F'
EPC RATING Rating 'E'
COMPLETION Completion has been set for Thursday 24th May 2018 or earlier by arrangement.
BUYERS LOT CHARGE £450 inclusive of VAT per lot.
PROOF OF IDENTITY The successful bidder will be required to produce on the evening of the auction two forms of identification; one photographic and one confirming their address. They will also be required to produce proof of funding.
DIRECTION After passing through Farrington Gurney and the traffic lights from the Wells direction the house is the 5th house on the left hand side.
SOLICITORS FDC Law Solicitors, Midsomer Norton
Telephone: 01761 417 575
Michael Coward acting.
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