Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
July 26, 2020


Attractive traditional STONE-BUILT SECLUDED COTTAGE set in PRETTY, MATURE GARDENS. Two receptions, kitchen, cloakroom/wc, conservatory, inner hallway, three bedrooms, bathroom, QUIET CENTRAL VILLAGE LOCATION. Beautiful period features. A rare opportunity…

This is a rare find; an authentic period detached stone built cottage, well located, secluded but at the heart of the village, set in its own attractive space. The dating stone at the top of the stairs reads 1831 but the actual original build date could be earlier still.

Detached and situated set back from Frys Well within attractive cottage gardens comprising lawn, borders, stone walls, trees, paved and gravelled paths, hard-standing ready for car-port/garage; this homely, desirable village residence has much to offer and is available with no onward chain.


A canopied solid oak porch leads immediately into

Reception One, 5.51m x 3.57m (18’1″ x 11’9″); a solid oak door leads immediately through to a cosy lounge space with two period fireplaces with shelved recesses to the side, double-fronted timber-framed double-glazed windows with stone mullions and window seats. Newly carpeted. Deep storage cupboard with aged reclaimed pine door. There are aged reclaimed pine doorways to the Dining Room/Reception Two and the internal Hallway.

Reception Two, 4.54m x 4.03m (14’11” x 13’3″); another room full of charm. Open fireplace, timber-framed double-glazed windows to the front, with window seat, and rear aspects, aged pine plank floor, two large solid oak structural ceiling beams, aged reclaimed pine doorway to Conservatory. TV and satellite connection points.

Kitchen 5.23m x 2.44m (17’2″ x 8′); variety of simple wall & base units with laminate worktop, double width 8-ring gas range style cooker with extractor hood over, Belfast sink, timber-framed double-glazed windows to rear garden and side. There is an integrated dishwasher and space/plumbing for both washing machine and tumble dryer. Part-glazed bi-fold reclaimed Burmese Teak doors to Conservatory.

Conservatory, 4.65m x 2.74m (15’3″‘ x 9’0″); reclaimed Burmese Teak framed, part glazed/dwarf walled, exposed sone elevations, beech plank floor, blinds to conservatory roof.

Internal Hallway with ‘study’ space; oak plank floor, side aspect window, wall-mounted gas combi boiler, doorway to Cloakroom, stairs to first floor.

Cloakroom; white suite comprising w/c and wash hand basin, oak plank floor.

Stairs and Landing; Newly carpeted. Solid hemlock banister, stone shelving recess, pitched ceiling with two velux roof windows.

Bedroom One, 4.56m x 4.12m (15′ x 13’6″); Newly carpeted. Two front aspect timber-framed double-glazed windows. Vaulted ceiling with Velux roof window, large structural solid oak ceiling beam, oak door.

Bedroom Two, 3.52m x 2.74m (11’7″ x 9’0″)Newly carpeted. Front aspect timber-framed double-glazed window with stone mullion and oak cil. Period feature fireplace, oak door.

Bedroom Three, 3.52m x 2.74m (11’7″ x 9’0′); Newly carpeted. Front aspect timber-framed double-glazed window with central stone mullion and oak cill. Loft hatch, oak door.

Bathroom; Newly carpeted. white suite comprising bath, w/c, pedestal basin, shower enclosure. Small side aspect window, Velux roof window, oak door.

Externally, the rear garden is private, enclosed by perimeter stone walls, features a stone out-building, BBQ/social area with vine draped pergola, mainly lawned with paving and footpath. The front cottage garden is a blend of mature borders, trees, hard and soft landscaping, has ample gravel parking and an area of hardstanding suitable for either a car-port or garage.

All mains services are connected, gas central heating, standard broadband is connected but fibre is available in the village. Council tax band is ‘D’ Mendip.


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