- Wonderful family home
- Quiet location close to local amenities
- Pretty secluded garden
- Situated in a conservation area
- Ample parking
Ideally positioned in a secluded and peaceful conservation area, this pretty semi detached house is of traditional stone construction and has been owned by the same family since being built in 2005. The cream accents of the well established variegated Holly tree in the front garden blend beautifully with the mellow honey coloured stone work of the house.
The quality of the build is evident throughout the house with the flooring downstairs of solid oak boards and the double glazed windows timber framed as befits a property in a conservation area. Leading off the entrance hall is a cosy living room with a gas fire for cooler months and a window looking out onto the Holly tree and front garden area. A downstairs cloakroom with contemporary fittings and useful storage cupboard for hoovers and coats are found on your left as you make your way to the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with everything that you might expect and need including an AEG induction hob, fridge freezer and traditional oven. All these integral appliances are set within quality oak units topped with granite and the floor is tiled. A window over looks the tranquil back garden area and with a door that leads out, this room is light and pleasant to spend time in.
Conveniently placed off the kitchen is the dining room with French doors leading out onto the back garden where a patio area offers the perfect place to enjoy an evening glass of wine and al fresco dining.
On the first floor overlooking the front of the house, there is a light and attractive double bedroom with a smaller room perfect for a nursery but currently used as an office/study. Additionally on this floor there is a single bedroom featuring fitted wardrobes and neatly tucked away the airing cupboard and hot water immersion tank. Together with this room a family bathroom with bath and separate fully tiled shower cubicle feature windows to the back garden. A second floor leads up to a beautiful double bedroom with en-suite shower room, the conservation roof lights overlooking the rear. As you reach this lovely room there are two very useful and roomy storage cupboards neatly integrated into the wall.
At the front of the property a gravelled parking area leads to double wooden gates that provide easy access to the side and rear garden of the house. The easy to maintain garden is attractive, peaceful and secluded featuring a bespoke water feature adding to the peaceful ambience. A bank of trees and foliage border the rear of the property providing a rural feel. The outdoor photographs show the surrounding countryside.
This lovely home is tucked down a lane on the outskirts of the understated but constantly evolving and up and coming town of Shepton Mallet. Kilver Court is the prestigious designer outlet owned by the founder of Mulberry and only a ten minute walk away. Shepton Mallet town centre is within very easy reach and with new retail stores constantly emerging there is everything from Laura Ashley and Boots at the top of the town to the comprehensive retail park housing a large Tesco.
The ancient Cathedral city of Wells is only 6 miles away and offers all the usual amenities of a thriving market town; twice-weekly markets, plenty of coffee shops and restaurants, local supermarkets include Waitrose, Morrisons and Tesco. Wells has a thriving cultural scene with the concerts from the Cathedral School to regular art gallery events and the very well attended Wells Literature Festival and Food Festival.
The fashionable town of Bruton is a 15 minute drive and is home to the popular restaurant "At the Chapel" and the world famous Hauser & Wirth Art Gallery.
Bristol and Bath and Frome are all within approximately 45 mins drive and a mainline station with trains to London Paddington, is situated 8 miles miles away at Castle Cary, with further mainline stations at Yeovil, Bristol and Bath. Bristol International Airport, which offers long-haul flights, is 16 miles away.
Shepton Mallet is perfectly situated for both private and state schools: Whitstone, Wells Blue, Wells Cathedral, Downside, All Hallows Prep School and Bruton Schools are all within easy distance.
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Brewery Lane is off the A361 on the eastern side of town. Follow this lane all the way to the end and 2, The Woodlands can be found on the left hand side.
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