From the entrance hall you enter the kitchen, which is fully fitted with sink, integrated electric hob with electric oven and space for fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. In the sitting/dining room there is ample room for living and dining furniture and there is a multi-fuel burner. There are stairs leading to the first floor and doors leading through to the conservatory. From the conservatory you enter the rear garden. On the first floor there is a spacious double bedroom. The second bedroom is a single room and would work well as a home office. The bathroom is a good size and has recently been refurbished with corner bath, walk in shower, WC and wash basin. Outside there is a very spacious rear garden mostly laid to lawn, and a single garage with an allocated parking space to the front as well as visitor parking.
SERVICES: Mains electric, water and drainage are connected, and oil-fired central heating is installed.
AGENTS NOTE: Our vendor advises us that:
* There are approximately 78years remaining on the lease.
* There is a monthly service charge of £95, which includes building insurance and maintenance.
LOCATION: Cossington is a picturesque Polden Village approximately 10 miles west of Street and 4 miles from Bridgwater. The village benefits from a pub, primary school, village hall and is just a 5minute drive from a large convenience store/post office and health centre. Both Street and Bridgwater have all the usual shops and facilities one would expect, plus colleges for tertiary and vocational education. Street is the home of Millfield Senior School and Clarks Factory Outlet shopping. Cossington falls within Street's Crispin school catchment area. Junction 23 of the M5 is some 5 miles distant, making Taunton, Bristol, Exeter, airports and the Park & Ride for Hinkley Point C easily accessible, whilst there are rail stations at Bridgwater and Taunton.
VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS: Strictly via Cooper and Tanner on 01458 840416. If arriving early, please wait to be greeted by a member of our team.
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