DESCRIPTION An outstanding detached residence set in a generous south facing plot within close proximity to central Wells, offered with no onward chain. The property has been extended to create larger living and bedroom accommodation but still offers the potential to improve and extend further, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents. The house comprises an entrance vestibule which leads into the entrance hall with a large under stair cupboard and downstairs cloak room with toilet and wash hand basin. The kitchen/breakfast room features a dual aspect, a range of wall and base units, gas range cooker, central island and ample space for a dining table to sit 4/6 people. From the kitchen is a utility room with a Belfast sink and space for white goods along with a separate walk in pantry. The well proportioned dining room has an open fireplace with double doors opening into the garden room and can either be used as one room or closed to make two. The garden room features French doors opening onto the patio and south facing gardens beyond. The generous sitting room has a feature gas fire with a dual aspect and French doors looking over the gardens.
To the first floor is a large master suite with views towards the Cathedral, it comprises a bedroom area with two sets of built in wardrobes, dressing area and ensuite bathroom with separate shower cubicle, toilet and wash hand basin. A further double bedroom has a dual aspect, view looking out over the gardens towards the Cathedral and a separate dressing area. From the landing which has a set of double wardrobes is a single bedroom, a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and family bathroom with bath, shower above, toielt and wash hand basin.
OUTSIDE Wooden gates open from North Road to the generous parking area to the front which can accommodate 5/6 cars on the paved driveway. A detached double garage with light and power can also provide extra storage. A footpath leads full around the house giving access to the rear garden. The gardens benefits from a marvelous south facing aspect with a patio area, partially covered by a veranda with steps down to a further seating area. The garden features a wide variety of plants, shrubs, box hedging, fruit trees and lawns with several footpaths leading the length of the plot. Full enclosed the garden has several secluded seating areas along with two summer houses and a large shed/workshop which runs the width of the plot.
LOCATION The picturesque City of Wells is located in the Mendip district of Somerset. Wells itself offers a range of local amenities and shopping facilities with four supermarkets (including Waitrose), as well as twice weekly markets, cinema, leisure centre, a choice of pubs and restaurants, dentists and doctors, several churches and both primary and secondary state schools.
There are also many highly-regarded independent schools (Prep & Senior) within easy reach, such as All Hallows Prep School, Downside School, Wells Cathedral School and Millfield School. For those travelling by train, Castle Cary station (which has direct services to London Paddington) is situated only twelve miles away. Both the City of Bristol and the Georgian City of Bath, a World Heritage Site, are located just 20 miles away and easily accessible
HEATING Gas central heating
SERVICES Mains drainage, water, gas and electricity are all connected.
LOCAL AUTHORITY Mendip District Council, Cannards Grave Road, Shepton Mallet. BA4 5BT. Tel: 0300 303 8588
COUNCIL TAX Band 'F'
EPC RATING Rating 'E'
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with Cooper and Tanner. Tel: 01749 676524
DIRECTIONS From the office turn right onto Queen St, Turn left onto High St, High St turns right and becomes Priest Row turn left onto Chamberlain St. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Whiting Way, turn right onto Mountery Rd/A39 turn right onto New St/B3139 At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto The Liberty/B3139 turn left onto College Rd, turn right onto North Rd and the property can be found on the right hand side.
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