Set on the High Street this lovely home has a low hamstone wall to the front with 2 steps up to a concrete path entrance and features mature shrubbery. To the side is a gate providing pedestrian access to the garden. The entrance itself is through the front door with some nice touches including a nice glass diamond centre feature as well as a transom pane above the front door.
With a spacious entrance hallway set over a while tiled floor and white woodwork, this is a light space. Under the stairs there is a storage space. To the left is the sizeable kitchen which is well stocked with space and plumbing for a range of white goods and has the capacity to easily take a 6 seater. Tastefully decorated the kitchen gives you a glimpse into what the rest of the property has to offer in terms of taste and decor. The next room on your visit will be the sitting room which has a feature hamstone fireplace, storage cupboards and a large rear window which has a primarily Southerly aspect. To the rear is the rear door with space for storage and at the back is the downstairs cloakroom.
This floor offers 2 large double bedrooms, a smaller double to the rear (both rear bedrooms offer unspoilt views to Ham Hill) and the family bathroom.
With loft ladder this space has undergone partial conversion and appears to offer a sizeable space which would, having looked at other properties in the area, benefit a new home owner by providing another floor of residence. Boarded, insulated and with a rear aspect velux type window the pitch of the roof lends itself to this becoming either another bedroom (or two) or as I have seen with some interesting properties, creating a top floor sitting room as the views to Ham Hill are simply sublime.
The rear garden is set over several levels and backs onto Ham Hill Country Park. Initially from the rear door there is a patio garden with gate and pathway to a further tiered garden which is laid to lawn with a multitude of mature shrubs, primarily wilded plants and shed.
Many of the neighbours have made use of the upper space of the adjoining gardens to create cabins and summer house areas to make the most of the splendid views on offer over the Somerset Levels due to the elevations on offer.