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Radstock Road, Midsomer Norton, Somerset, BA3

££700,000 Guide

5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale

DESCRIPTION A beautifully renovated five/six bedroom detached period property with a wealth of original features, landscaped gardens, substantial workshop, ample parking all set in 0.25 of an acre and within easy reach of both Bristol and Bath.The property has been lovingly restored by the current owners over the last 8 years to create a practical family home whilst still retaining the original character with no expense spared and with a fine attention to detail.

The heart of the home is naturally the open plan kitchen/breakfast room, a delightful dual aspect room with an abundance of natural light with access directly out to the garden. The kitchen comprises a range of fitted oak units topped with granite work-surfaces, a Belfast sink, space for a range cooker, dishwasher and coffee machine along with a secret door which leads to the wine cellar. The breakfast area looks out to the front of the house and is currently used as a play room but is designed to comfortably accommodate a table for four to six people. The formal dining room is a lovely, well-proportioned room with a brick fireplace as the focal point, wooden floors and double doors opening into the charming sitting room. Benefitting from a large bay window overlooking the gardens the sitting room is a great space for entertaining with a wood burner as the focal point. From the kitchen is a side porch linking the house to a utility room, shower room and a large study/studio. The utility room has a lovely view over the gardens along with plumbing for white goods and a door leading directly out to the decking and gardens. The separate access provides the opportunity to create a separate annex if desired for friends and family whilst also giving options to be utilised as a cinema room/ play room or a large area to work from home with direct access to the garden.

Stairs rise to the first floor which features three generously sized double bedrooms and a good sized single/small double bedroom. The main bedroom features an ensuite shower room along with a beautiful view looking over the gardens with rolling hills and countryside in the distance. A second double bedroom also benefits from the views whilst having built-in wardrobes with the third double bedroom which has a brick fireplace and bay window to the front. The good sized single bedroom also looks to the front of the house and makes a great bedroom or further home office if desired. The main family bathroom comprises a bath with shower above, wash hand basin, toilet, ample storage and heated towel rail.

Currently the second floor has been designed as a study/studio space for the current owners along with a double bedroom and room with plumbing for a w/c and wash hand basin. The study could equally be used as a dressing room if desired or a stud wall could be installed to create a 6th bedroom depending on the individual needs. On the second floor are exposed beams, far reaching countryside views and an abundance of eaves storage.

The windows at the front of the house have had bespoke hardwood shutters fitted in recent weeks.

OUTSIDE The gardens have been transformed by the current owners to create a practical space for children whilst also creating bespoke entertaining areas and having ample space for growing vegetables. Due to the size of the garden it benefits from sun all day long with various seating areas to follow the sun throughout the day. Accessed directly from the kitchen is a decked seating area for outside furniture and dining. Steps lead to a small footpath passing through shrubs and flowers to a large lawn with a variety of fruit trees and a sunken trampoline. To one side is a very productive vegetable garden featuring; raised beds, a potting shed, poly tunnel and a chicken coop which is all enclosed with picket fencing. A gravelled area provides a further place for seating and currently has a bespoke table around a fire pit and next to a hand built pizza oven.

The traditionally timber framed workshop has been built more recently to a high specification, fully insulated with an array of power sockets and lighting it makes for a marvellous studio, workshop, craft room or home office if desired with a fabulous view overlooking the garden. The property has a carriage driveway with parking for four cars to the front and side of the house.

LOCATION Midsomer Norton is a thriving town in the Mendip District, located only 9 miles south-west of Bath, 16 miles south-east of Bristol and 10 miles north-east of Wells. The town enjoys a wide range of local shops and amenities including supermarkets, doctor's surgery, leisure centre, numerous pubs and restaurants and a selection of excellent state schools; four primary and two large secondary.

Nearby, the picturesque City of Wells offers a range of local amenities and shopping facilities with four supermarkets (including Waitrose), as well as twice weekly markets, cinema, leisure centre, a choice of pubs and restaurants, dentists and doctors, several churches and both primary and secondary state schools.

For those travelling by train, Bath Spa station (which has 1 1/2 hr direct trains to London Paddington ) is situated only nine miles away. Both the City of Bristol and the Georgian City of Bath, a World Heritage Site, are located just 9 to 12 miles away and are easily accessible

TENURE Freehold

HEATING Gas central heating

SERVICES Mains drainage, water, gas and electricity are all connected.

LOCAL AUTHORITY Bath and North East Somerset Council. Tel: 01225 394041



VIEWING Strictly by appointment with Cooper and Tanner. Tel: 01749 676524

DIRECTIONS From Wells take the A37, signposted to Bristol, to the village of Farrington Gurney. At the traffic lights turn right onto the A362 to Paulton, continue for approx. 1 1/2 miles to a mini roundabout (with Tesco on your right). Continue straight across the roundabout onto Thicket Mead. At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the B3355 Northmead Road. After 600m take the first exit at the mini roundabout onto North Road and then straight across the next mini roundabout onto Radstock Road. The property can be found on the left after approx. 100m.





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Wells Lettings
Heritage Courtyard
Sadler Street

01749 676 524

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