ACCOMMODATION Accessed principally from the front elevation where the main entrance is sheltered by a storm porch. Further access is available at the side elevation through to the rear or through the garage and pedestrian door also to the rear garden. The main entrance opens in to a particularly spacious and welcoming entrance hallway with plenty of space for storage furniture, coats and shoes, loft access and large airing cupboard with fitted shelving, housing the hot water cylinder. Doors open to all accommodation including a well-proportioned living room with a large front facing window enjoying a westerly aspect, plenty of space for a wide range of seating and display furniture and a chimney breast with a tiled hearth and surround and inset open fireplace. The spacious, light and airy dual aspect kitchen/diner enjoys some views across the garden towards the Mendip hills and has ample space for a dining table and chairs. The superb log burning stove makes a great focal point and the kitchen itself comprises a range of fitted wall, base and display units with roll edge work surfaces and tiled splash backs over, one and a half bowl stainless steel drainer sink with mixer tap and fitted cooker hood. Space and plumbing is available for a large fridge/freezer, freestanding electric cooker with hob and a dishwasher. An obscure glazed door opens through the rear in to the conservatory which also provides a great utility space with plumbing for a washing machine whilst providing an additional entertaining area enjoying lovely views as well as access to the rear garden. The family bathroom has been updated over recent years and now has fully tiled walls and a modern white suite including flush WC, pedestal wash basin, bath and separate walk-in shower cubicle. The three bedrooms are all well-proportioned, two of which are located at the rear elevation and the largest to the front. All bedrooms have space for double beds and a range of accompanying furniture as required.
OUTSIDE A gated driveway sweeps in through attractive landscaped gardens towards the front elevation where there is off-road parking for four vehicles comfortably, although more if required. The gardens feature raised flower beds and a large lawned area with the bungalow being nestled back away from the road. The driveway continues down the side elevation towards the attached, larger than average, single garage and a pathway also continues down the opposite side elevation in to the garden. The generous single garage has an up and over door from the driveway, concrete floor, power points and lighting and a log store with access to the electric fuses and a separate cloakroom with flush WC at the rear. The pedestrian door at the side of the garage opens in to the rear garden which is also mainly laid to lawn with a large hard standing to one side. The substantial PVC shed provides a great storage area or outside shelter for pets. The plot is entirely privacy fenced to all sides at the rear creating a child and pet friendly environment with relatively low maintenance.
LOCATION Catcott is a sought after village situated in the Polden Hills, off the A39 between Street and Bridgwater. The area benefits from a primary school, two pubs serving food, a church and a playing field and is located approximately 7 miles distant from both Street and Bridgwater, where you will find a full range of facilities. Secondary schooling is found in Street at the renowned Millfield School, Crispin School and Strode College. M5 access is at junction 23 at Dunball some 6 miles distant and Taunton, Bath, Bristol and Exeter are all within commuting distance. Rail Links can be found at Bridgwater and direct to London Paddington from Castle Cary.
SERVICES Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected and oil central heating is installed as well as a multi-fuel burner.
LOUNGE 14' 1" max x 13' 10" (4.29m x 4.22m)
KITCHEN/DINER 13' 11" x 12' 11" max (4.24m x 3.94m)
CONSERVATORY 13' 10" x 8' (4.22m x 2.44m)
BATHROOM 8' 5" max into shower x 6' 11" (2.57m x 2.11m)
BEDROOM ONE 12' 6" x 10' 9" (3.81m x 3.28m)
BEDROOM TWO 9' 11" x 9' 3" (3.02m x 2.82m)
BEDROOM THREE 9' 10" x 8' 5" (3m x 2.57m)
GARAGE 19' 11" max x 9' 2" max (6.07m x 2.79m)
VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Strictly via Cooper and Tanner on 01458 840416. If arriving early please wait to be greeted by a member of our team.
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