ACCOMMODATION The main accommodation is accessed principally from the front elevation where the entrance is sheltered by a canopy and a uPVC obscure double glazed front door opens in to an entrance hallway with loft access and doors opening to all rooms. These include the light and airy dual aspect living room, with an open fire as the focal point and a pleasant aspect through the front window across the gardens. The kitchen/diner provides plenty of room for a good size dining table and chairs with sliding double glazed patio doors from this area out to the rear garden. The kitchen comprises a range of fitted wall and base units with roll edge work surfaces and tiled splash backs, one and a half bowl drainer sink with mixer tap and space for half height fridge freezer and freestanding cooker. A separate full height fitted cupboard has shelving and houses the electric fuses. A door also leads out to the utility which has a fitted work surface with space and plumbing for a washing machine below, corner wash hand basin and access to the central heating boiler. A door opens out from here to the rear garden. The bathroom includes a modern white suite comprising flush WC, wash basin with mixer tap upon vanity unit and double width shower cubicle with electric shower over. The three bedrooms offer a good size single and two double bedrooms with the room at the rear enjoying a pleasant aspect over the back garden and the main bedroom including a comprehensive range of fitted wardrobes with hanging, shelving and mirrored sliding doors.
OUTSIDE At the front elevation double gates open in from the cul-de-sac to a generous brick paved driveway leading through the front elevation and providing off-road parking comfortably for three vehicles, as well as access to the double garage. The remainder of the front garden is laid to lawn, bordered by flower beds and shrubs to one side and a wonderfully picturesque, seasonal stream runs through the plot. Here there is also access to a detached external workshop. The double garage has large up and over door, pedestrian side access, power points and lighting. Gates open at either side elevation in to the rear garden. To one side there is patio area and space for a greenhouse as well as a secluded spot for a table and chairs. To the other side is access to the oil tank and storage shed. A patio wraps around the entire rear elevation providing several spots in which to enjoy sunshine throughout the day and a good degree of privacy. The rest of this surprisingly generous garden is mostly laid to lawn and bordered by well-maintained flower beds providing plenty of space for families with pets or keen gardeners. The gardens enjoy a southerly aspect and good degree of any daytime sunshine.
LOCATION Chilton Polden is a picturesque village nestled on the wonderful Polden Hills with easy access to the A39. The village has a popular pub, church and playing field. Primary schooling is provided just a few miles away at Catcott and comprehensive convenience store with sub post office in nearby Edington. Secondary education is available at Crispin school, Strode College and the renowned Millfield School, all in Street. The village is approximately seven and a half miles from both Street and Bridgwater and six miles from the M5 junction 23. Taunton, Bath and Bristol are commutable and rail links can be found in Bridgwater or Castle Cary.
SERVICES Mains electric, water and drainage are connected and Oil fired Central Heating is installed.
LIVING ROOM 14' 9 x 10' 3 (4.5m x 3.12m)
KITCHEN/DINER 18' 9 x 10' 5 max (5.72m x 3.18m)
BEDROOM ONE 11' 11 x 7' 11 + wardrobes (3.63m x 2.41m)
BEDROOM TWO 10' 8 x 8' 5 (3.25m x 2.57m)
BEDROOM THREE 8' 8 x 7' (2.64m x 2.13m)
BATHROOM 7' 7 x 4' 11 (2.31m x 1.5m)
DOUBLE GARAGE 16' 5 max x 16' 3 max (5m x 4.95m)
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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