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image  Lynch Lane, Westbury Sub Mendip, Somerset, BA5

image ££1,200 pcm

+ Fees

image 4 Bedrooms
image 2 Receptions
image 2 Bathrooms
image To Let


 Stunning views
 Gardener included in rent
 Edge of sought after village
 Oil Central Heating
 Parking for several cars
 Spacious accommodation
 Two reception rooms
 Kitchen with integrated appliances
 Pets by Negotiation
 Short Term Let

Property Description

A splendid four bedroom detached family home set within three quarters of an acre of grounds with far reaching views and rent includes the gardener.. The bungalow is situated on the edge of the sought after village of Westbury-Sub-Mendip, within an area of outstanding natural beauty. Short term let (6 months). Pets by negotiation.

Upon entering the property is a light open and spacious entrance hall which leads to a shower room with toilet and wash hand basin, access to a large storage room along with a door opening out to the patio and beautiful gardens beyond.

The kitchen comprises a range of wall and base units, electric double oven and hob, built in dishwasher, ample space for a dining table and stunning views over open countryside and the Mendip Hills. Adjacent to the kitchen is a utility room with plumbing for washing machine and an airing cupboard.

The dining room benefits from dual aspect French doors opening out onto the patio and gardens. The grand sitting room has a large feature window looking out over the garden along with a jetmaster open fire with wooden mantle and a door out onto the patio.

On the ground floor are three double bedrooms, all with built-in storage, two overlooking gardens and the other having dual aspect views over the stunning Mendip Hills. The family bathroom comprises a bath, separate shower, toilet and wash hand basin.

To the first floor is a double bedroom with built-in storage and leads to the attic room. This is a very generous space and offers versatile use either as an occasional bedroom, sitting room, games room or office.

Approaching the property is a sweeping tarmac driveway providing parking for four to five vehicles. There is a large storage shed to the side with power and light. The front garden is predominately lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs and a selection of fruit trees. The lawn covers the majority of the south facing rear garden which is enclosed by hedging with a pedestrian gate giving access to the lane behind. The rent includes a garden.

Westbury-Sub-Mendip is a vibrant village situated 3 miles west of Wells, it benefits from a village store, public house and popular primary school. Wells and Cheddar both enjoy a wide range of shops and facilities. 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, two churches and both primary and secondary schools.

For those travelling by train, Castle Cary station (which has direct services to London Paddington) is situated only fifteen miles away and Bristol and Bath are located approximately 20 miles away.

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