Full of character and with a self-contained annexe this detached period property sits in a south-facing plot which has been lovingly planted and tended by the present owners. Within striking distance of Wells the property could be ideal for a multi-generational family or as an income producer with the annexe used for holiday letting.
The main house is approached via a porch leading into a large sitting room with stairs to the first floor and a feature fireplace with gas fired stove inset and a partly beamed ceiling. To the east side of the room is a snug with a further feature fireplace with a multi-fuel stove inset and beamed ceiling. Coming back through the sitting room there is a kitchen with high gloss wall and base units with electric oven, 5 ring gas hob and integrated dishwasher. There is also a gas fired boiler supplying central heating and hot water to the main house. A dining room runs off the kitchen with a useful storage cupboard and a door out to a further porch. Beyond is a utility room with extensive storage and a sink and a cloakroom.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms all with south facing windows enjoying far reaching views over the village and countryside beyond.The bathroom has a claw foot bath and a separate shower.
Across the terrace is the annexe with a sitting room, kitchen, double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a bathroom with electric shower over the bath. The annexe has been used by the present owners for holiday letting and also for both older and younger family members.
The property sits in a plot of c.0.2 acres and was one of the reasons our clients chose the property originally. In the 14 years that they have been there they have created an interesting and well stocked garden in a cottage garden-style. A spacious terrace leads off the property and overlooks the garden providing a lovely place for al fresco dining or to just sit and enjoy the garden. In the lower section of the garden there are two greenhouses and a fig tree. There are also apple, pear and cherry trees with soft fruits including gooseberries, blackcurrants, raspberries and loganberries. Also worth noting is that the plot is fully contained making it ideal for children and pets.
Parking is in a lay-by off Daniels Lane with access to a garage (6m x 4.36m) with a workshop to the rear (4.36m x 3.25m) (both have power and light) and a 5 bar gate leading into a tarmac driveway with double tandem parking.
Easton is a popular village set c.2 miles from Wells and c.4 miles from Cheddar on the southern slopes of the Mendip Hills. The village has a Church and village hall whilst in the next village to the west (Westbury-Sub-Mendip) there is a village store, public house and popular primary school. Wells and Cheddar both enjoy a wide range of shops and facilities.
From Wells take the A371 Cheddar Road. Pass through the village of Haybridge and into Easton. On the left hand side you will see a sign for Daniels Lane. Take this turning and park in front of the garage on the right.