Charming character cottage situated in the popular village of Kilve and just a short walk from the coast offering 3 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms and attractive good sized front and rear gardens.
The accommodation comprises, on the ground floor - entrance hall, utility room/WC, kitchen with newly fitted electric water heater, double aspect dining room, double aspect sitting room and a single bedroom. On the first floor there are 2 further bedrooms and a modern, newly fitted, bathroom.
Externally a paved path leads through the front garden to the property. The front garden is laid to lawn with a variety of mature shrubs and trees. The rear garden is accessed both from the sitting room and via a gate from the rear lane. It is laid to lawn with several trees and a patio. Off road parking could potentially be made at the rear of the garden subject to the relevant consents.
The property is situated on Sea Lane, a quiet lane leading down to the beach but still only a stones throw from the pub and shop. The attractive village of Kilve lies within the Quantock Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the first A.O.N.B. To be established, in 1957. The main part of the village, with a 17th century coaching inn, 14th century church and a busy and well-stocked Post Office and stores lies along the A 39 almost exactly equidistant from Bridgwater to the east and Minehead to the west. This part of the village, formerly known as Putsham, also contains the village hall, which was extended to celebrate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth and, just to the south, Kilve Court Residential Youth Centre, which runs a wide range of courses for young people.
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