DESCRIPTION Narramore House is an exquisite four bedroom family residence with land and stables set in a popular village on the outskirts of Wells. The house has been improved and upgraded by the current owner in recent years to create versatile living accommodation with planning permission granted for a two storey two bedroom annex. Set in a private development of two houses with the land and stables backing onto the house and benefiting from countryside views in the distance. Double doors open to the large open entrance hall with downstairs w/c and bespoke wardrobe for shoes and coats. The main living accommodation has been knocked through to create an open plan feel whilst still retaining a natural divide for each room. The kitchen features a range of wall and base units, double oven, built in dishwasher and central island with electric hob, vegetable baskets and power points. Underfloor heating runs beneath the kitchen to the dining room which can comfortably accommodate a table for 8-10 people and benefits from french doors onto the patio and gardens. The triple aspect sitting room has an open fireplace with stone hearth and surround along with french doors to the gardens. A utility room can be accessed from the kitchen which allow for extra storage with wall and base units, sink unit and door leading outside. A separate snug can be found to the front of the house which has a freestanding electric fire and access into the integral garage with electric up and over door. A downstairs office with window overlooking the gardens would be perfect for someone working from home.
To the first floor is a spacious landing area leading to all four double bedrooms and family bathroom. The master suite is a large dual aspect room with a storage cupboard and ensuite with shower, toilet, wash hand basin and heated towel rail. The three further double bedrooms all have beautiful views over the land and gardens with one having an ensuite shower room and another having the benefit of being dual aspect. Two storage cupboard can accessed from the landing area along with the family bathroom which comprises a bath with shower above, toilet heated towel rail and wash hand basin.
Planning permission was granted for a two storey front extension to the house which would allow the current garage and snug to be amalgamated to large living room. This would give access to an inner hallway with its own separate access outside, a further living room and garage would then be built with the garage accessed from the outside. A new staircase would lead to two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
OUTSIDE The house sits in a set back and private position within the village, a tarmac driveway leads to a graveled parking area with ample space for 5/6 cars. The garage is to the front of the property with a pathway to the front door and side gate to the gardens. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a large patio area accessed by the french doors from the sitting room and dining room. The property is set within a plot size of approximately 4 acres with a track to the side of the house allowing for vehicular access to the paddocks at the rear. The paddocks are separated with post and rail fencing with a stable block and hard standing. The block benefits from light, power, water, drainage and comprises of two stables, a foaling box, feed store and hard standing area.
LOCATION Coxley is a small village situated a short distance to the south of Wells (approx. 5 minutes drive) and offers facilities including a village hall, primary school, church and restaurant.
Wells is the smallest cathedral city in England. It caters for most everyday needs, offering good shopping facilities as well as restaurants and pubs, a cinema, churches of most denominations, together with open-air markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Schools are plentiful with the Cathedral School, the Blue School and a choice of primary schools in Wells, Millfield School in Street and Downside school in Stratton-on-the-Fosse are easily accessible.
There are good road connections to Bristol, Bath, the motorway system and Bristol Airport, with rail links from Castle Cary (about 20 minutes drive away) to London Paddington.
Sporting facilities in the area include racing at Wincanton and Bath, golf at Wells and near Oakhill, sailing or fishing at Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes. In addition, there is a Leisure Centre in Wells offering a variety of recreational facilities.
SERVICES Mains drainage, water, gas and electricity are all connected.
HEATING Gas central heating.
LOCAL AUTHORITY Mendip District Council, Cannards Grave Road, Shepton Mallet. BA4 5BT. Tel: 0300 303 8588
COUNCIL TAX Band 'G'
EPC RATING Rating 'C'
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with Cooper and Tanner. Tel: 01749 676524
DIRECTIONS From Wells take the A39 to Coxley. Continue through the village passing the Coxley Memorial Hall on the left, continue for approx. 100m and turn left into Wellow Close. The property is the first house on the left.
PLANNING REFERENCE Mendip District Council planning reference: 2015/1008/HSE
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