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The accommodation is arranged over two floors and briefly consists of: Hallway, lounge/diner, conservatory, utility room, kitchen, two double bedrooms with storage, single bedroom with storage, and family bathroom.
The property is accessed through the front door into a spacious entrance hall. To the left is a handy storage cupboard, perfect for coats and boots or potentially conversion into a downstairs toilet. To the rear elevation is an open plan diner/lounge and conservatory, with a gas fire fixed onto the rear wall. Double doors lead out onto the decking and into the rear garden. To the right elevation is a walk through utility room, with counter tops and space to store your washing machine and dryer. The kitchen is a finished in a modern and sleek style, with soft close cupboards and convenient pan drawers. The kitchen not only comes equipped with an integrated cooker and hob but fashions a rectangle island in the centre- making this the perfect entertaining space.
Upstairs are two double bedrooms and one single bedroom all with built-in wardrobes. All three bedrooms share the family bathroom, fitted with walk-in shower, full bath, basin, and toilet. The rear garden is full of potential, offering a sunny aspect and plenty of space for kids, dogs, and sunny summer activities.
Only a short walk away from the historical Axbridge square with shops such as: Hairdressers, boutique's, antique shops, coffee shops and of course more than one pub! Not only is the square an attractive selling point, but you also have many rural walks on your doorstep as well as the reservoir.
Tenure - Freehold
Council tax band - B
Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the east side of the A38 and overlooked by Wavering Down and Crooks Peak is the ever-popular medieval town of Axbridge (www.axbridge-tc.gov.uk). This Somerset town is packed with 'old world' charm and its Medieval beginnings are still evident in some of its oldest buildings. An important wool-producer in the Middle Ages, the town has always been at the centre of things, indeed it was a river port in earlier times. This was reflected in its early royal charters allowing it to hold markets, fairs and become a royal borough. It even had its own mint, with coins showing the town's symbol: the Lamb and Flag. There is far less through traffic nowadays, but the layout of the town has changed little over the centuries, a medieval town expanding on a fortified Saxon burgh. Axbridge is well served for local facilities include post office, general stores, primary (www.axbridgefirstschool.co.uk) and middle (www.fairlands.somerset.sch.uk) schools (Fairlands being in Cheddar) and a number of restaurants. Further facilities are available in the nearby villages of Winscombe and Cheddar and as mentioned, primary and nursery schools are available at Weare and Axbridge with older children attending Kings of Wessex School (www.kowessex.co.uk) or private/public schools at Sidcot, Wells Cathedral School and Millfield. The town has good access to the City of Bristol and the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare and there is access to the motorway network at Clevedon (junction 20), St. Georges (junction 21) and Edithmead (junction 22). There is an international airport at Lulsgate and access to a mainline railway station at Yatton.
Travelling south on the A38 after Shute Shelf take the left fork towards Axbridge/Cheddar (A371). Take the next left to Axbridge onto West Street, which becomes High Street. Go through the Square on St Mary's Street (past The Lamb and The Crown Inn). This road changes to Jubilee Road and turn right into Orchard Road and the property can be found on the right-hand side.
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