A part glazed entrance door affords access from under a covered storm porch at the front elevation into the entrance hallway. From here, doors lead off to the kitchen and bathroom, with two built in cupboards having shelving for linen and space for a washing machine with the gas fired central heating boiler wall mounted above. The ground floor bathroom has been appointed with a stylish white suite comprising bath with mixer shower attachment over, close coupled WC and fitted sink unit with cabinet built under. A bespoke handmade cottage style kitchen sets the property aside from others, with solid wood block surfaces contrasting nicely against cream shaker style units and exposed ceiling timbers. There is ample space for a breakfast table and staircase rises to the first floor at one end. As you ascend the stairs, pretty exposed brickwork at your side gives a feel of things to come. The entire first floor sits below a wonderful vaulted ceiling, with Velux windows to the front and rear allowing natural light to flood the room. To the rear, views can be taken in beyond the neighbouring rooftops towards open countryside in the distance.
The property has limited outside space but does enjoy the benefit of a low maintenance area of garden to the front, laid mostly to gravel with a paved pathway extending to the front entrance door. Whilst not currently accessible from the house, there is a small area of garden to the rear. With some alterations made and doors added to the rear elevation leading from the kitchen, this space could be turned into a delightful south-facing courtyard garden. A single garage is located opposite the house, together with off road parking space.
The property is situated in the popular Polden Hill village of Ashcott which has amenities including Post Office/General store, well regarded butchers, Parish Church, Primary School and local Inns. Street with its more comprehensive range of shopping, sporting and recreational facilities, including both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, Crispin Secondary School, Strode College, Strode Theatre, tennis and bowls is within 3 miles, whilst the nearest M5 motorway interchange at Junction 23, Dunball, is within 10 miles. The centres of Exeter, Bristol and Bath are 53, 36 and 37 miles respectively. Bristol International Airport is 31 miles and Castle Cary railway station (London Paddington) 20 miles.
From Street take the A39 towards Bridgwater passing through the village of Walton and into Ashcott. Pass The Ashcott Inn on the left and the village stores on the right and take the next turning on the right into the High Street. Turn left into School Hill and immediately left into Old School Close where the property will be identified towards the end of the cul-de-sac on the left hand side.