DESCRIPTION Upon entrance to the property you are welcomed into a spacious hallway with large storage cupboard. From here there are doors to all internal rooms. To the left is the rear aspect sizable living space. A mantelpiece takes centre stage and there is plenty of room for all types of furniture. Views of the communal gardens can be enjoyed from the comfort of your chair. From here there is access into the well equipped kitchen, benefitting from a range of wall and base units, a inset sink with drainer, space for integral white goods and a four ring burner above. The large rear aspect double bedroom is a superbly sized room, benefitting from an abundance of fitted storage and further garden views. Concluding the property is the bathroom, comprising a low level WC, vanity style hand wash basin and a walk in shower cubicle.
OUTSIDE In the centre of the complex there is access to the communal gardens stocked with flower and shrub beds, planters and seating surrounding the main water feature, a square raised fishpond with attractive central fountain and views of the Mendips. There are communal paths and managed gardens around the perimeter of the development. The gardens are to be enjoyed by all residents. There is also ample car parking available which is divided into two car parks for both residents and visitors.
LOCATION Situated at the foot of the Mendip Hills, Cheddar is an ideal base from which to enjoy wonderful country walks. Road links are excellent, with easy access to the A38. Bristol is only 30 minutes away and the M5 motorway approximately 20 minutes. Public transport is well represented with a bus service passing through the village every 30 minutes linking Cheddar with Axbridge, Weston Super Mare and Wells. Bristol International Airport is 25 minutes away. Please note, the village is not under the flight path therefore aircraft noise is not a consideration for residents. Local attractions include Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole Caves, Glastonbury Tor and the seaside at Weston Super Mare. The village itself has a wide range of shops to cater for everyday needs, banks, a Building Society and a Post Office as well as doctor's and dentist's surgeries. There is a three-tier school system where children up to the age of nine attend the First School, then move on to Fairlands Middle School and finally on to The Kings of Wessex Community School and all these schools are within the village. The Kings Fitness and Leisure Centre adjoining the Kings of Wessex Community School offers an extensive range of activities for all the family and has an indoor heated swimming pool. There are also a number of village sports clubs and societies to cater for everyone.
HEATING Electric Storage Heaters
SERVICES Mains Electricity, Mains Water, Mains Drainage, Water Meter
LOCAL AUTHORITY Sedgemoor District Council
COUNCIL TAX Band C
EPC RATING Band C
VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment only - Please Contact Cooper and Tanner on 01934 740055
DIRECTIONS From our offices in Union Street, Cheddar, turn right at the Market Cross into Bath Street which then becomes Station Road. At the War Memorial turn left and then first right into Cheddar Court.
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