A three double bedroom mid-terraced period cottage arranged over three floors in a sought after village. Further accommodation comprises lounge, dining room, kitchen with utility, cloakroom and shower room. Good size garden to the rear with country views.
A part glazed door into the porch.
There is a slate floor with one window to either side, a door opens into;
There is a fuse board, a slate floor and doors lead off to;
Lounge (11' 0'' x 10' 0'' (3.36m x 3.04m))
There is one window to the front, a slate floor and a multi-fuel stove set into a red brick fireplace.
Dining Room (14' 10'' x 11' 0'' (4.52m x 3.35m))
There is one window which gives borrowed light from the utility, a slate floor, there is a multi-fuel Rayburn which heats the radiators and hot water and could be converted to oil if required. Stairs rise to the first floor and there is an opening to the;
Kitchen (13' 6'' x 6' 6'' (4.11m x 1.97m))
There is one window to the rear, a range of Magnet fitted floor standing, drawer and wall hung kitchen units in a country style with quartz work surfaces, double sink with mixer tap over, a Neff electric oven, a Neff electric combi oven with grill and microwave, a Neff five ring bottled gas hob with extractor over, an integral aeg dishwasher, integral fridge/freezer, a tiled floor and a door to;
Utility Room (11' 9'' x 7' 1'' (3.58m x 2.17m))
There is a porcelain tiled floor, part glazed door to patio, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for an upright fridge/freezer and chest freezer, a range of wall hung, floor standing and drawer storage cupboards with work surface. Doors to;
There is one window to the rear, a low level W.C., a hand wash basin, fully tiled walls and floor.
First Floor Landing
Stairs rise to the second floor, doors lead off to;
Bedroom 1 (15' 5'' x 11' 1'' (4.69m x 3.38m))
There are two windows to the front and one radiator.
Bedroom 2 (11' 1'' x 10' 0'' (3.37m x 3.04m))
There is one window to the rear and one radiator.
There is one window to the side, a low level W.C. And a wash basin.
Shower Room (10' 10'' x 6' 5'' (3.30m x 1.95m))
There is one window to the rear, a 1200mm x 800mm quadrant shower enclosure with electric shower, his and hers twin sinks with vanity units, an airing cupboard with hot water cylinder, a heated towel rail, tiles to splash prone areas.
Second Floor Landing
There is one window to the side and a door leads off to;
Bedroom 3 (11' 1'' x 9' 8'' (3.39m x 2.95m))
There is one window to the side, one Velux roof light with far reaching country views, under eaves storage cupboards and one storage cupboard with shelving and hanging space.
Path to the front door, low maintenance garden to one side with established flower beds, iron railings to the front boundary.
There is a good size garden to the rear, split into two sections with a variety of mature plants, shrubs and trees including a Bramley and a Gala apple tree, a vegetable patch and a patio area to the immediate rear of the cottage. There are two garden sheds and a summer house included in the sale, panel fencing comprise the boundaries. There are far reaching country views towards Burrow Hill.
There is on street parking to the front of the cottage and off street is available on the farm opposite through an agreement with the farmer for a small fee. The current owners inform us they have spoken to the farmer and a similar arrangement would be agreed with the new owners should they so wish.
There is a pedestrian path to the rear over which a right of way is granted to the two adjoining cottages to the right numbers 7 and 8. The vendors have stated that it has not been used in years. This cottage (number 6) has a right of way over the other cottages to the left 5,4,3,2,1.
On entering the village of Hambridge from the Langport direction continue up the hill and past the public house and the village green. The cottage will be found on the left hand side indicated by an English Homes For Sale board.
Hambridge is a popular and much sought after village, which lies about 4 miles south west of Langport and 6 miles north east of South Petherton. The village has a sought after Primary School, Public House, Post Office and general stores with cafe, modern village hall and Church with a more comprehensive range of shopping facilities to be found at Langport, South Petherton and Ilminster. The A303 lies less than 5 miles which connects to the national motorway network and the village is well placed for the larger towns of Taunton with its main-line railway station (London/Paddington), Bridgwater and Yeovil with their main-line railway stations (Waterloo + Paddington) and Street. The Dorset coast is about 25 miles.
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