DESCRIPTION A spacious five bedroom detached family home set within the heart of Binegar with a double garage, ample parking and beautiful gardens. The house has been upgraded in recent years with huge scope for someone to transform the current annex room into a potential holiday let or build above to make two story, subject to the necessary consents. The accommodation comprises an large open entrance hall with under the stairs cupboard for storage and a w/c with wash hand basin. The kitchen has been beautifully finished with a range of wall and base units with soft close and two 'magic corner' storage cupboards. It features a double pull out fridge, built in dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine along with an electric hob and oven. A island is central to the kitchen with a breakfast bar on one side and storage on the other. The utility room leads from the kitchen and features a further range of units with a full size fridge and full size freezer which are built in, a door from the utility room opens to the side of the house. The dining room has double doors opening into the sitting room and benefits from a lovely view over the rear gardens. Running the width of the main house is the sitting room which
features a dual aspect view to both the front and back gardens with sliding doors opening to the rear along with having a wood burner as the focal point. From the entrance hall is a family room which is currently used as an office but could be a play room or extra bedroom if split off from the annex area. A separate lobby links the house to the annex with a door opening to the side of the house giving separate access without going though the main house. The annex benefits from a dual aspect looking out over the front gardens and parking area with a full ensuite bathroom with roll top bath, separate shower, toilet, wash hand basin and heated towel rail.
To the first floor is a light and airy open landing with an airing cupboard for storage and family bathroom with corner bath, toilet and wash hand basin. The master bedroom has a lovely view over the gardens and open countryside in the distance, it has triple built in wardrobes along with an ensuite shower room. Two further bedrooms are generous doubles, one overlooking the back gardens and the other looking over the front gardens and has triple built in wardrobes. Two single bedrooms complete the first floor, these make for brilliant children's bedrooms or could be changed to create one larger bedroom if needed.
OUTSIDE Approaching the property a five bar gate opens to a gravel driveway which can accommodate 4/5 cars leading to the double garage with power and light. The front garden has an area of lawn with shrubs, bushes, boarders and a monkey puzzle tree. The rear garden features a large patio, perfect for outside entertaining with a couple of steps rising to the lawn and flower boarders topped with bark with shrubs, trees and several further seating areas. The garden backs onto open countryside and is fully enclosed with wooden fencing and stone walling.
LOCATION Gurney Slade/Binegar is a small Mendip village approximately four miles north east of the Cathedral City of Wells and five miles north of Shepton Mallet. The village benefits from a village hall, public house, village church, café/bistro and play park. There are also good bus links (the 173 passes every hour).
HEATING Oil fired central heating
SERVICES Mains drainage, water 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 'D'
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with Cooper and Tanner. Tel: 01749 676524
DIRECTIONS On entering the village of Gurney Slade from the direction of Chilcompton turn right when indicated by a sign saying Binegar 1mile. Follow the road for approximately ½ a mile, before the lane bears round to the right the house can be found on the right hand side with a green five bar gate at the entrance.
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