A detached period house with later additions that offers tremendous character and style throughout. Set in a riverside location on the edge of this well served village the property has a good sized plot, ample parking and lovely views to the rear. Viewing essential!
The accommodation comprises entrance hall, sitting room with beamed ceiling and feature fireplace (with multi-fuel stove inset), conservatory, dining room with further open fireplace, kitchen/diner with extensive storage and access to the garden, cloakroom, laundry room and on the first floor three bedrooms and a recently re-fitted bathroom. Mainly triple/double glazed windows. Gas fired central heating.
To the east side of the property there is a tarmac driveway providing parking for a number of vehicles and leading to a base that has been laid to provide a garage (stpp). Lawned garden bounded by natural stone wall with steps leading down to the river. useful store shed with power and light. Extending to c. 100' (30m) in length.
To the west side there is a lovely decked terrace that sits over the edge of the river with further steps down to the river. Lawned garden with estate railings to the river side and a high stone wall with pedestrian gate gate to the north side. Feature lighting. Water tap. Power point. Extending to 57' x 19'6 (17.5m x 6m). The gardens to both sides look onto open farmland on the other side of the river and enjoy a southerly aspect.
Croscombe is a well served village with General Stores, public house, church and a primary school. The village is c.3 miles from Wells and c.2 miles from Shepton Mallet. Bristol and Bath lie 20 and 18 miles respectively to the north.
From Wells take the A371 towards Shepton Mallet into the village of Croscombe. Go past the school and the property can be found on the right hand side as you leave the village. The entrance to the driveway is on the far side of the property.