HALL A Spacious hall leads into the principle reception rooms and Kitchen diner
SITTING ROOM The principal reception room features a wonderful inglenook fire place with a multi-fuel burning stove and original ceiling cornicing.
SNUG Second sitting room/snug currently being used as a play room
KITCHEN/DINER To the rear of the property, the current owners extended in 2013 to give a well-proportioned kitchen / dining area, with a central island. The bespoke kitchen, finished to a very high standard, is fitted with a range of 'shaker-style' cream floor and wall units with a granite work-top. The kitchen also has space for a range-style cooker and large fridge-freezer. There is also a built-in microwave, warming oven and dishwasher. The dining area can accommodate a large dining table and offers great entertainment space enjoying views onto the garden with bi-folding doors opening onto the patio seating area. The kitchen/dining area benefits from underfloor heating and limestone tiled flooring.
UTILITY ROOM There is a useful utility area with a W C and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
FIRST FLOOR On the first floor there are three bedrooms of which two are doubles and a good-sized single bedroom to the rear. The family bathroom comprises a white suite with a shower-over the bath. The front aspect enjoys views onto the Mendip Hills and open-countryside.
GARDEN To the front aspect there is a gravelled area with a raised flower bed and pathway to the front door. To the rear, the garden is south-facing and mainly laid to lawn with secure wood-panelled fencing. The patio-seating area enjoys plenty of sunshine throughout the day. Rear access can be obtained through the rear of the neighbouring property.
LOCAL AREA Wedmore village offers a good selection of shops including a chemist and a newsagent. The village has three public houses and several clubs including Wedmore Golf Club, Wedmore Opera, a thriving W.I., football, tennis, bowls, and cricket clubs. There is a doctor's surgery and a dental surgery in the village and there are also active children's groups such as Scouts, Cubs, Brownies and Guides.
Local state schooling includes Wedmore First School, Hugh Sexey's Middle School (Blackford 1 mile) and Kings of Wessex Academy (Cheddar 5 miles) providing comprehensive education and a sports centre (including swimming pool and fitness gym). Private education
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