Barley Cottage is a deceptively spacious cottage situated in the heart of this popular North Somerset village. EPC rating E. Read more
Barley Cottage is a deceptively spacious cottage situated in the heart of this popular North Somerset village. EPC rating E.
DESCRIPTION Barley Cottage is a deceptively spacious cottage situated in the heart of this popular North Somerset village. The cottage has been enjoyed by the current vendors for the past 30 years and although falls within the Banwell conservation area is not listed, so is now ready for a new lease of life and would benefit from some sympathetic modernisation.
The property is accessed directly from East Street and the inset front door opens onto the inner hall which includes a useful desk space underneath the stairs. Doors from here lead to the sunny and light front sitting room and with dual aspect windows and potential for an open fire. The hall also allows access to the dining room, kitchen and bright conservatory with WC overlooking the garden.
Upstairs the cottage has three good size bedrooms, and larger than average family bathroom with separate shower and bath.
Outside Barley Cottage enjoys a truly delightful and secluded rear garden complete with mature trees, shrubs, views to the Church Tower and well established vegetable plot with garden shed.
Although the property does not own parking spaces, there is plenty of 'on road' parking in the area. EPC rating E.
SITUATION The North Somerset village of Banwell is within easy driving distance of the cities of Bristol, Weston-super-Mare, Bath, Wells and the national motorway network, making it an ideal choice for the commuter. The village itself local facilities including shops (post office, newsagent and a recently opened Co-op), two pubs and an Indian restaurant. Banwell has its own primary school with secondary schooling at nearby Churchill with its associated sports complex and nearby dry-ski slope. Banwell also benefits from Banwell Castle and Banwell Garden Centre. The Mendip hills are close by with an excellent range of country pursuits readily available, including riding, walking and caving, whilst the Chew and Yeo Valley with the Chew and Blagdon lakes offering excellent sailing and fishing. The long distance traveller has plenty of choice - there are excellent motorway and rail links, whilst Bristol International Airport is just a short drive away. For further information see the Banwell website http://banwelldiary.org.uk
DIRECTIONS Travelling into Banwell from the Sandford direction, (this is East Street) proceed towards the T junction and park on the left. Barley Cottage is on the right hand side just before The Old Vicarage, pub and The Old Chapel (also on the right).
End terrace character cottage
Kitchen, dining room, sitting room, conservatory
Three bedrooms, bathroom
Gas central heating
Enclosed back garden with views over the church tower