An entrance porch leads into the main reception room which is the oldest part of the house. This room has not just one fireplace but two (the main fireplace being an inglenook with a multi-fuel stove inset), a beamed ceiling and flagstone floor. Two windows look out onto the open countryside opposite. A really lovely room!
To the rear of the sitting room/diner is a well appointed kitchen with French doors opening onto the garden and re-fitted in recent years with an extensive range of wall and base units with under unit lighting and integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. There is a "Rangemaster" electric cooker (with double oven and grill) with an extractor hood above. Slate-effect ceramic tiles on the floor and downlighters in the ceiling.
Ground Floor continued
Off the sitting room/diner is a snug with slate-effect tiled floor, windows overlooking the garden and an oil fired boiler supplying central heating and hot water. A glazed door gives access into the utility room with a door to the front garden, sink and plumbing for washing machine and space for a tumble dryer.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms (all capable of taking double beds) with one bedroom having a built-in wardrobe and the main bedroom has a feature beam and gives access to the double aspect third bedroom which has been used in the past as a home office. The bathroom has also been re-fitted in recent years and there is a double ended bath, large shower cubicle, wash hand basin in a vanity unit and a W.C as well as two useful built-in cupboards for storage.
To the front of the property there is a low stone wall to the front boundary with cottage-style flower beds including an area of patio to enjoy the views. Also to the front is a stone-built workshop extending to 8.67m x 1.55m (28' x 5') with power and light.
To the east side of the property is an enclosed garden extending to 11.6m x 10.4m (38' x 34') with a lawn and well stocked flower beds. Power point and water tap. Oil tank. Summer house with lovely views over the garden, house and the countryside beyond. Gated access to the front garden.
Beyond the adjoining house is a single vehicle garage with up and over door and hardstanding for two cars in tandem to the front.
Wookey is a popular village just 2 miles from Wells that enjoys three public houses and a primary school. Wells is the smallest Cathedral city in England and offers a wide choice of shops and facilities including a particularly good range of schools (both state and private). 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. 19 miles to the north-west.
From Wells follow signs for A371 towards Cheddar and then the B3139 towards Burnham on Sea. Follow this road for approximately one mile passing the Burcott Inn and the property can be found on the right hand side with a For Sale board displayed.