DESCRIPTION On entering the property though a gated gravel driveway, the entrance hall leads to a spacious kitchen /dining room. The country-style kitchen offers ample storage, with an Italian quarried tiled floor and wall mounted cupboards and fitted appliances including a dishwasher, washing machine, hob and oven. The Rayburn adds a real focal point to the kitchen and is used for central heating, cooking and to heat water for the property. There is space for a large dining table and chairs and the kitchen enjoys a south facing garden aspect. In addition there is a conservatory leading from the kitchen giving a peaceful seating area, enjoying plenty of sunshine and views of the garden.
The sitting room has a garden aspect with a full length window allowing plenty of natural light. There is an inglenook antique brick fireplace with an inset wood burning stove. The hallway leads to a family bathroom fitted just two years ago comprising a hand wash basin unit, white panelled bath, low level W C, and wall mounted heated towel rail. There are two double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes and windows onto the front garden aspect.
The master bedroom benefits from an en suite shower room with a velux window. Furthermore, patio doors from the bedroom lead onto a private decking area, with views of the garden.
OUTSIDE The barn sits within a generous plot and has been extended buy it's current owners and has the capacity to extend further subject to planning consent. The mature garden, mainly to the front of the property is laid to lawn with a stone boundary wall, and features well stocked borders with a range of shrubs and fruit trees. There is a well, with a pump attached to supply water for the garden where required. There is also a useful wooden shed and greenhouse. In addition there is a paved seating area and water feature enjoying sunshine throughout the day.
To the rear of the property, there is further parking for several cars and a concrete pad where the current owners park a motorhome. There is a courtyard area and a large wooden shed for storage.
LOCATION Crickham is a small hamlet situated just one mile from the village of Wedmore, and holds a real sense of community with many local events with the neighbouring hamlets of Cocklake and Clewer. The historic village of Wedmore has a wealth of local amenities, including a village shop, butchers, fish mongers and 3 pubs. Transport links to the A38 with direct links to Bristol International Airport (c 14 miles) and the M5 junction 22 (c 7 miles). The Cathedral City of Wells is c 12 miles distant whilst the larger centres of Bristol and Bath are c 23 and 30 miles respectively. The property also falls within the popular Hugh Sexey/Kings of Wessex Academy catchment area.
DIRECTIONS From the Wedmore office proceed east along the Cheddar road, after a mile, take the road on the left called Rug Hill, continue up the hill where the road bends round to the left. Continue along taking the next road on the right, Crib House Lane (unmarked) and the property can be found shortly after on the left hand side.