The uPvc front door opens to
14' 5'' x 10' 9'' (4.39m x 3.27m)
Inglenook fireplace, exposed stone walls, period timber framed window to the front, fitted carpet, radiator, modern consumer unit, door to
14' 5'' x 9' 9'' (4.39m x 2.97m)
Fitted carpets, radiator, wall lights, spiral staircase to the first floor, some exposed stone walls, open plan to
20' 7'' x 7' 7'' (6.27m x 2.31m)
Tiled floor, shaker style units, oil fired Rayburn, radiator, separate LPG fired gas cooker (wiring point for electric cooker if preferred), space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, double glazed uPVC window to the rear, double glazed skylights, uPVC door to
6' 6'' x 6' 5'' (1.98m x 1.95m)
Wall mounted oil fired combi boiler, piping/plumbing for washing machine and sink, double glazed uPVC window and door to the rear garden.
The spiral staircase leads to the first floor and landing with radiator, loft access and picture light.
14' 5'' x 10' 10'' (4.39m x 3.30m)
Exposed elm floorboards, wardrobes, period timber framed window to the front, up lights.
9' 7'' x 6' 6'' (2.92m x 1.98m) + 5'0'' x 4'2'' approx.
L shaped, timber floor, timber framed window to the rear, ample electric points suitable for a study with views of the rear garden and orchard.
8' 2'' x 7' 6'' (2.49m x 2.28m)
The white suite comprises a bath, electric shower cubicle, pedestal washbasin, close coupled WC, towel radiator. There is a double glazed uPVC window to the rear with views of the rear garden and orchard
A good sized cottage garden, largely laid to lawn with flower beds, fences to the side and an open aspect to the paddock. Directly outside the kitchen is a sunken south facing patio with a BBQ area and a fishpond.
Outbuilding and Parking
15' 6'' x 15' 6'' (4.72m x 4.72m)
Built of stout tongue and groove dungwalling with power and light. The modern plastic oil tank is located to one side of the outbuilding. There is on street parking to the front of the cottage and agricultural vehicular access to the land at the rear.
A prime feature of this home and measuring approximately 1.5 acres the ground is fenced and stocked with fruit trees – including eating, cooking and cider apples, cherry, pear and plum trees. It could suit a variety of purposes and is an excellent excuse for buying a tractor, horse or almost anything you need an excuse to purchase. There is agricultural vehicular access and a gate to the lane.
The sought after village of Drayton lies less than 2 miles to the west of Langport and consists mostly of individual properties along with church, and the recently refurbished Drayton Crown. The town of Langport has a range of facilities fulfilling most day to day needs, with a variety of shops including a Tesco store, medical centre, various churches and schools for all age ranges including the well known Huish Academy. Langport lies only about 8 miles north of the A303 which connects to the national motorway network, and 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 and Paddington). The Dorset coast is about 25 miles away.
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From English Homes Langport office turn left heading towards Curry Rivel, entering the village you will see a sign on the left towards Drayton. Follow road to T junction, turn right and shortly after the pub take the first turning left which is School Street. At the end of School Street the road bears right and Midelney Road is a lane straight in front of you. The property will be found on the right hand side indicated by an English Homes For Sale board.