ENTRANCE HALL Entered via wooden panelled door with glazed lite over, tiled floor, dado rail, glazed decorative feature panel to the side elevation with red and blue glazed inserts, Two UPVC double glazed windows to side elevation, cloak cupboard, radiator, coving, telephone point, stairs rising to the first floor, wood panelled doors to:
SITTING ROOM 17' 6 " x 11' 10" (5.33m x 3.61m) UPVC double glazed bay window to front elevation, brick built fireplace with wooden beam mantle, stone hearth and open grate, radiator.
DINING ROOM 15' x 13' 10" (4.57m x 4.22m) Brick built feature fireplace with open grate, exposed brick work to wall, radiator, coving, recess with wooden shelving, door to rear lobby, opening to:
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 18' 8" x 11' 1" (5.69m x 3.38m) Refitted kitchen with a range of wall, drawer and base units, square edged work surfaces, tiled splash backs, space for a range cooker, centre kitchen island, ceramic one and half bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer taps over, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, tiled floor, UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation with wooden seat below, UPVC double glazed French doors to rear garden, door to boiler room, opening to
REAR LOBBY Tiled floor, understairs storage cupboard, UPVC door with obscured double glazed insert to driveway, door to:
UTILITY ROOM/ CLOAK ROOM Suite comprising low level WC, rolled edged work surfaces with inset sink unit with mixer taps over and base units below, space and plumbing for a washing machine, tiled floor, UPVC double glazed window to side elevation.
BOILER ROOM Worcester Greenstar Camray 18/25 Oil fired floor boiler providing central heating and hot water, shelving, casement window to rear elevation.
LANDING Airing Cupboard with hot water cylinder and wooden slatted shelving, telephone point, loft access, doors to:
BEDROOM ONE 15' 8" x 15' 5" (4.78m x 4.7m) Two casement windows to front elevation with decorative muntins, cast iron feature fireplace with hearth, radiator, loft access.
BEDROOM TWO 14' 10" x 10' 9" (4.52m x 3.28m) UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, cast iron feature fireplace with hearth, radiator.
BEDROOM THREE 11' 0" x 8' 0" (3.35m x 2.44m) UPVC double glazed window to rear. Radiator.
BEDROOM FOUR 9' 11" x 6' 7" (3.02m x 2.01m) Deep set UPVC double glazed window to side elevation, radiator, television point, Internal light pane to landing.
BATHROOM Split level room with a white suite comprising a "P" shaped shower bath with glazed shower screen and main shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, Two UPVC obscured double glazed windows to side elevation, part tiled walls, radiator.
FRONT GARDEN Entered via a gate through the wrought iron rail fencing and with pathway to the front door and slate chippings laid to the side.
DRIVEWAY Providing off street parking for two to three vehicles and five bar metal gate, outside tap, wooden pedestrian gate to rear garden.
REAR GARDEN Enclosed rear garden initially laid to chippings leading to an area of lawn and a chipping pathway to the rear garden with mature borders to either side containing shrubs and trees. Stone outbuilding with tiled roof and lean-to log store to side. Oil tank.
SITUATION Mark is a well sited and popular Somerset village served by an active local community. There is a popular pub in the centre of the village, The White Horse, as well as The Pack Horse on Church Street. The village is lucky enough to have a thriving village hall which hosts a flea market on the first Saturday of every month. There is also a Post office/Stores, Garage and Church. There are many active clubs and groups available within the community including Mark Friendship Group. With excellent road connections in all directions, Mark is perfect for both the country lover and rural commuter alike.
Schooling is much revered with an excellent local primary school, Hugh Sexey Middle School in Blackford (2 miles) and the Kings of Wessex Senior Academy in Cheddar (8 miles). In the private sector, Millfield School, Street is just c 13 miles distant.
The historic village of Wedmore is c 3.5 miles distant, offering a range of day to day facilities with the coastal towns of Weston-super-Mare and Burnham-on-Sea offer comprehensive support to the West as well as access to the national motorway network via Junction 22 of the M5 (8 miles). Rail links at Highbridge, Burnham on Sea and Weston-super-Mare offer a direct service to Bristol and London Paddington. The general area offers a range of country pursuits together with an excellent local golf course in Wedmore and sailing on Axbridge Reservoir. The cities of Bristol and Bath are conveniently c. 24 miles and c. 30 miles respectively with Bristol International Airport approximately 16 miles distant.
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