Set in a superb elevated position, this single building plot offers the opportunity to create a wonderful family home. The accommodation has been designed with the living space on the first floor so that the property makes the most of the stunning views over the village and beyond to open countryside. The proposed accommodation comprises and entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to the three bedrooms and bathroom. Being on the ground floor has allowed for two of the bedrooms to have doors opening onto a secluded patio to the rear of the house. On the first floor there is a kitchen/dining area and living room to the front with a home office and cloakroom to the rear. The living space has been designed with the view in mind and the plans allow for full height glazed windows to the front to ensure it is enjoyed to its fullest.
Consent was granted on the 23rd January 2017 (planning reference 2016/3016/FUL Copies of the plans and consent are available on request from Cooper and Tanner or to download from the local authority website www.mendip.gov.uk
The property is approached over a driveway that is shared with Bray's Cottage leading directly from Bowden Hill. There are gardens to the front and rear with two parking spaces to the side of the house.
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