A detached individual house of character built in the 1920's and set within one of Wells' most sought after residential areas. The property enjoys a south-east facing garden with open views to the rear. Definitely a property to view.
The accommodation comprises entrance hall, cloakroom, double aspect sitting room with feature gas fire, dining room overlooking the rear garden, fitted kitchen with space for a table, three bedrooms (all with fitted storage) and a shower room (originally a bathroom). Double glazing. Gas fired central heating.
To the front of the property there are both pedestrian and vehicular gates lead to a low maintenance front garden. Tarmac driveway to the rear providing turning space and access to a detached single garage with remote control shutter door, power and light.
The rear garden is south-east facing and mainly laid to lawn with well stocked flowerbeds. Patio terrace. A variety of fruit trees including apple and pear. Rose covered arbor. Central Magnolia tree and a variety of shrubs. Wooden summer house.
Wells is the smallest Cathedral city in England and offers a wide range of shops and facilities including a particularly good range of Schools (both state and private). Four Gables is within walking distance of all of Wells' facilities. Bristol and Bath lie c.22 miles to the North and North East respectively
From Wells High Street proceed into Broad Street. Turn right into Queen Street and bear left. Turn right into Priest Row and turn left onto Chamberlain Street. At the mini roundabout turn right into Whiting Way. At the traffic lights turn right into Mountery Road and left into Milton Lane and continue to the end of the road. Turn left onto Ash Lane and the property can be found on the left hand side.