A double glazed front door leads into:
One double-glazed window to front, radiator, stairs to first floor, doors lead off to the following;
17' 9'' x 11' 0'' (5.42m x 3.36m)
A window to the front, a pair of French doors to rear patio area. A feature red brick inglenook fireplace houses a Villager multi-fuel stove .
A window to the rear, one radiator, a cloakroom suite comprising of a low level w/c with concealed cistern and a hand wash basin.
6' 6'' x 5' 5'' (1.97m x 1.66m)
A window to the rear and one radiator.
Approx. area is 17' 9'' x 15' 5'' (5.40m x 4.70m)
A great open plan room with three radiators, two windows to the front, one window and a single door to the rear and a pair of french doors to the rear.
Bespoke country style range of kitchen units provide wall hung, draw and floor standing storage space. A single bowl butler sink has oak worktop with inset drainers either side. The island has a storage cupboard with electric points suitable for a under counter fridge and a granite worktop over which provides a useful work surface and a breakfast bar area. The floor standing oil fired boiler is found in the cupboard by the backdoor and a wall hung cupboard contains the meters for the solar panels. Natural stone Travertine tiles cover the floor. There are two large free standing dressers that provide extra storage space and a Rangemaster Classic Deluxe 110 Induction Range cooker included in the sale at the asking price, should the price drop these would be negotiable.
Stairs from hall leads to
A window to the front, a loft entrance hatch, one radiator, doors lead off to:
8' 9'' x 8' 5'' (2.67m x 2.57m)
A window to rear, one radiator, door to:
A window to the rear, one radiator, a cloakroom suite comprising of low level w/c, a wash basin, a quadrant shower cubicle with Mira Sport electric shower, tiles to splash prone areas.
13' 9'' x 8' 10'' (4.2m x 2.69m)
Two windows to front, one radiator, and a built-in storage cupboard.
10' 11'' x 8' 10'' (3.34m x 2.69m)
A window to the front and one radiator.
8' 6'' x 7' 5'' (2.59m x 2.25m)
Currently used as a dressing room with a large wardrobe to one wall, window to the rear and one radiator.
A window to the rear, one radiator, white bathroom suite comprising of a low level w/c, a wash basin, a paneled bath with a telephone style mixer tap with shower attachment to one end and tiles to splash prone areas.
A pedestrian gate gives access to the front garden, a path leads to the front door. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of established shrubs, trees and flower beds. The front faces approx. south to south-west and has a private country feel a good place to sit and enjoy the location.
A five bar gate gives vehicular access to the rear garden, which has a more practical feel compared to the front with a large graveled parking area and a paved patio area. There is planning to erect a garage in the corner should the new owner wish to.
On entering the village from the Othery direction continue through the village until you get to the traffic lights, continue over the bridge and take the immediate left onto Stathe road. The property will be found on the left hand side.
The property is on a private sewage treatment plant shared with two other properties, of which the running cost is divided between the three. The solar panels on the roof are owned out right and receive the feed in tariff, guarantee and further details held on office file.
The small rural village of Burrowbridge is well placed for local amenities and is within a 15 minute drive of Taunton, Bridgwater and Langport, all providing a comprehensive range of facilities including mainline railway stations (Paddington & Bristol) and access to the national motorway network. The popular town of Yeovil lies less than 18 miles distance with a mainline railway station to Waterloo and the south coast is within an hour's drive. It is on bus routes, has a good local pub with great food and live music on offer. There is a village hall and importantly it is in the catchment area of Huish Academy which has free bus travel from here. There is also the National Trust monument of Burrow Mump which offers excellent 360 degrees views over the surrounding countryside.