The property is accessed via a wrap-around composite deck with door into the kitchen area and two sets of french doors into the living room. The kitchen is well equipped with high gloss wall and base units incorporating a breakfast bar and incorporating electric fan-assisted oven, gas hob (with extractor hood over), integrated dishwasher, washer/dryer and a fridge/freezer. Beyond the kitchen is a spacious living area with a feature electric fire and television and satellite points and a wonderful outlook onto the Mendip Hills. The living area is approximately 7m x 4m (23' x 13') and enjoys a vaulted ceiling with down lighters.
Beyond the living room is an inner lobby with a cupboard containing a gas fired combination boiler and a shower room with large shower cubicle, W.C. and wash hand basin. At the far end of the lobby is a double aspect bedroom with stylish Plantation shutters and fitted storage. Off the bedroom is walk-in wardrobe with fitted storage and light.
Double glazed windows. Gas fired central heating (via LPG).
Outside the site is approached via an electric gate leading into the site. Within the site there is a site office which is manned throughout the week and a useful further building for use of residents and visitors as a function room. Number 10 is set a section of the site that is made up of other similar lodges with a separate area dedicated to tourers. Set in well maintained grounds with lovely views.
CCTV cameras provide an extra level of security.
Number 10 enjoys a wrap around deck with maintained gardens around it. Allocated parking space and plenty of space for visitors.
A list of Park Rules can be obtained from the offices of holland & odam.
Set in a small hamlet on the outskirts of Wells. Wells is the smallest city in England and offers a vibrant high street with a variety of independent shops and restaurants as well as a twice weekly market and a choice of supermarkets including Waitrose. At the very heart of the city is the medieval Cathedral, Bishop’s Palace and Vicars’ Close (reputed to be the oldest surviving residential street in Europe).Bristol and Bath lie c. 22 miles to the north and north-east respectively with mainline train stations to London at Castle Cary (c.11 miles) as well as Bristol and Bath. Bristol International Airport is c.15 miles to the north-west. Of particular note is the variety of well-regarded schools in both the state and private sectors in Wells and the surrounding area.
From Wells take the A371 Cheddar Road. On entering the village of Haybridge the site entrance can be found on the left hand side. On entering the site follow the road around to the left and the lodge can be found on the right hand side.