A part glazed door opens to:
Stairs rise to first floor, there is a fuse board, one radiator and a door to:
13' 7'' x 11' 11'' (4.14m x 3.64m)
There is one window to the front, one radiator, there is a red brick fireplace that is currently fitted with shelves but could be fitted with a log burner and flue.
17' 2'' x 7' 10'' (5.22m x 2.40m)
There are two windows to the rear, one giving borrowed light from the garden room and two windows to the side. There is a single bowl stainless steel sink with drainer to one side and storage cupboards under, a further range of floor standing and drawer storage cupboards with a rolled edge work surface and tiles to splash prone areas. An electric cooker with hood over, a freestanding oil fired Worcester boiler provides central heating and domestic hot water. A wooden stable door opens to the:
10' 9'' x 8' 11'' (3.27m x 2.73m)
There are windows to three sides, one radiator, plumbing and drainage for a washing machine, a door to the side leads to the rear garden and parking area.
Stairs rise to the first floor:
There is one window to the side, a loft entrance hatch, doors lead off to:
14' 4'' x 9' 0'' (4.36m x 2.74m)
There is one window to the front, one radiator.
11' 0'' x 8' 10'' (3.35m x 2.68m)
There is one window to the rear, one radiator.
There is one window to the side, heated towel rail, a modern white suite comprising a low level W.C., wash basin, Quadrant shower enclosure with Mira electric shower, free standing bath with claw and ball feet and two storage cupboards.
Front: Laid to lawn with a path to the front door and a stone wall to the front boundary. A set of double gates to one side provide vehicular access to the drive, a wooden pedestrian gate giving access to:
Rear Garden: Mainly laid to lawn with an established flower bed border, a variety of mature trees including a beautiful magnolia and willow.
Split into two sections providing a useful storage area.
Section 1: 2.02m x 0.86m, fully enclosed with door.
Section 2: 4.11 x 1.87m, a lean to section open at one end and in need of some repair.
On entering the village from Langport direction continue through the village and take the second turning left and the property will be found on the right hand side indicated by the English Homes For Sale board.
The welcoming and popular hamlet of Muchelney is famous for it's Abbey, Parish Church and nearby John Leach's pottery. It sits in a beautiful part of the Somerset Levels and has easy access to the bustling town of Langport where you will find a range of facilities fulfilling most day to day needs, with a Tesco store, medical centre, various churches and schools for all ages including the well known Huish Episcopi Secondary School which now has a Sixth Form. The town of Langport lies only 8 miles north of the A303 which connects to the national motorway network and is well placed for the larger towns of Taunton with it's main-line railway station (London/Paddington), Bridgwater and Yeovil (Waterloo and Paddingon). The Dorset coast is approximately 25 miles away.
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The property is currently on a septic tank that is in the neighbours garden. The property is on water rates.