ENTRANCE HALL Entered via a wooden door with glazed lite over, stairs rising to the first floor, wall mounted fuse box, doors to:
SITTING ROOM 13' 0" x 13' 1" (3.96m x 3.99m) Dual aspect room with uPVC double glazed windows to front and side elevations, Marble effect feature fire place surround and hearth with tiled insert and wood burning stove, radiator, picture rail, exposed stone work to one wall.
FAMILY ROOM 16' 0" x 11' 9" (4.88m x 3.58m) Deep set window to side elevation with window seat, below, brick built fire place with open grate and tiled hearth, dado rail, built in Welsh dresser unit, under stairs storage cupboard, high level recessed cupboard, radiator.
KITCHEN 12' 9" x 9' (3.89m x 2.74m) Range of wall and base units, roll edged work surface with tiled splash backs, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap over and separate water purification unit providing domestic water, space for cooker with cooker hood over, Rayburn Nouvelle range providing cooking facilities and gas central heating, uPVC double glazed window to side elevation, tiled floors, doors to:-
PANTRY UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, roll edged work surface with base unit below, shelving.
UTILITY ROOM Window to side elevation and former coal hatch, roll edged work surface with space and plumbing for a washing machine below, wall units.
LANDING Split level landing with steps, radiator, loft access with loft ladder leading to a partially boarded loft space, doors to:-
BEDROOM ONE 12' 10" x 10' 0" (3.91m x 3.05m) UPVC Double glazed window to side elevation, radiator, cast iron feature fire place.
BEDROOM TWO 13' 1" x 13' 0" (3.99m x 3.96m) Dual aspect room with uPVC Double glazed windows to side and front elevation, radiator, cast iron feature fire place.
BEDROOM THREE 8' 4" x 8' 10" (2.54m x 2.69m) Deep set UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, radiator.
BEDROOM FOUR 10' 2" x 9' 10" (3.1m x 3m) UPVC double glazed window to side elevation, radiator.
SHOWER ROOM Shower Room Refitted in 2016 and comprising of a shower cubicle with mains shower, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back, low level w.c., cast iron feature fireplace, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to front elevation, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and slatted wooden shelves, Karndean wooden flooring.
OUTSIDE Entered via a five bar wooden gate leading to brick paved driveway providing off street parking and leading to a covered porch to the kitchen door. With a picket fence and mature hedging providing privacy to the front boundary, there is a second gated pedestrian entrance to the opposite side of the property with a pathway leading to the front door. To the rear of the property is a lovely enclosed rear garden which is well stocked with a variety of shrubs and plants and has well defined areas including a lawn with a walnut tree which provides and lovely place to sit in the shade. To the side of this, is a vegetable garden including various fruits and vines. Between the vegetable garden and the drive way is a useful graveled area with two sheds and a seating area to enjoy the garden pond.
SITUATION Lower Weare is a hamlet within easy reach of the A38 and lies on the south side of the Mendip Hills on the ancient moorland beyond. Local facilities include a highly regarded first school, plus church and pubs in the vicinity. The ancient medieval town of Axbridge and Cheddar, are a short drive to the North where there are more comprehensive shopping, social and recreational facilities. These include shops, banks, doctors, schools and church. The beauty spot of Cheddar Gorge, a well-known landmark, is a short drive away. Country activities in the area include riding, walking, caving, sailing and fishing.
Bristol, Weston-super-Mare, Bath and Wells are within easy reach and there is access to the national motorway network at junctions 20 and 21. To the north is Bristol International Airport with National rail links also readily available. Schooling in the area both private and state including Kings of Wessex Academy at Cheddar and the Blue School at Wells are highly regarded, whilst Sidcot School, Wells Cathedral School and Millfield School in Street are excellent private schools
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