DESCRIPTION Upon entering from the road you enter into a porch space with a door opening into the living room. This spacious room benefits from a front aspect window, dual aspect fire with integral safe and stone hearth. This property leads on through to the dining space which is a good sized long room with tiled flooring, front and side aspect windows and an open feature fireplace. The main living room at the back of the property is a light and cosy room with a wood burning fireplace, a door leading to the utility room and side aspect windows at both sides. The utility room can be accessed from the back of the property and can be used as a sun room/ conservatory. It benefits from a selection of wall and base units, rear aspect windows and door and space for appliances including washing machine and tumble dryer. The kitchen has stairs leading to the first floor and benefits from two rear aspect windows, a door leading back into the utility room and dining room, space for a fridge and freezer and a large oven. There are two bowl sinks, under stair storage, a selection of wall and base units and space for a breakfast table or bar.
The first floor benefits from five bedrooms. The landing has access into the loft and there is a good sized storage cupboard which has two entries. The Master bedroom is a light and airy room with three side aspect windows, a loft hatch and access into the en suite bathroom. This has its own rear aspect window, chrome ladder radiator, low level WC, pedestal sink and a double ended bath with a shower overhead. There are three front aspect bedrooms with one having its own access into the loft. The fifth bedroom used to be used as an en suite bathroom and could easily be converted back and benefits from a side aspect window. The family bathroom has a double ended bath with mixer tap, a corner shower, low level WC, wall mounted sink and a chrome ladder radiator.
There is also a good sized garage which manages the controls for the septic tank. There is overhead storage, power and lighting.
OUTSIDE As you approach the property from the road, you enter through a five bar iron gate with a parking area for multiple vehicles. There are two entrances to the property you can enter from the A38 or alternatively round the back where you enter into the Utility/sunroom. There is a separate vegetable patch and a well-kept turfed area, which is enclosed by fencing and hedges. The garden consists of two stables, a barn area a selection of trees and mature borders, extensive views to the side and rear, an outside water supply, lighting, patio area and a very handy field at the back which currently houses grazing sheep but could potentially bring in a further income or be used for a horse enthusiast.
LOCATION 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 walk 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.
HEATING Gas Central Heating
SERVICES Mains Gas, Mains Electricity, Mains Water, Water Meter, Septic Tank
LOCAL AUTHORITY Sedgemoor District Council
COUNCIL TAX Band E
EPC RATING E
VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment only- Call Cooper and Tanner on 01934 740055.
DIRECTIONS From our office in Cheddar proceed to the Market Cross and turn right, following the main A371 out of the village in westerly direction. Follow this road for approximately two miles along the Axbridge bypass, following the signs for the A38/M5 motorway. At the junction of the A38 proceed into lower after you pass the Lamb on the right hand side, Heather House can be found on the right hand side advertised by our Cooper and Tanner. Parking can be found just after the property through a gate at the side.
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