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Occupying a lovely end of terrace position in wonderfully named Tweentown in Cheddar, this former Victorian blacksmith house has a generous and flexible footprint with exceptional scope to remodel and enhance the current accommodation if desired.
Set back from the road via a shared private driveway with ample off street parking and access to a large covered carriage store, currently used as a workshop/store but with lots of future potential.
On the ground floor are two separate reception rooms, a front facing living room which features an open working fireplace, double glazed windows and a feature ceiling fan, whilst the dining room sits between the stairs to the first floor and the kitchen/breakfast room and features a side window overlooking the garden, lovely feature wood burner and lots of natural light. The kitchen is fitted with a substantial range of floor and wall mounted traditional farmhouse style units, with breakfast bar and access to a handy utility area with a door to the garden. There is plumbing for white goods and a side window overlooking the garden.
On the first floor are three of the five bedrooms including a spacious master bedroom fitted with a range of over bed wardrobes, all three bedrooms have uPVC double glazed windows and enjoy varying outlooks over the town. The beautiful family bathroom is also on the first floor and features a gorgeous roll top clawfoot bath, a raised separate shower cubicle and a classic white suite, along with a tiled floor and airing cupboard. On the second floor are a further two bedrooms which both enjoy exceptional views over Cheddar and the Gorge from their respective Velux windows, both rooms also benefit from under eaves storage.
Outside, the private garden is enclosed by a smart recently completed fence. There is a lovely decked area with plenty of space to dine al-fresco, there is also a useful pedestrian gate to the front of the garden with a lovely wrought iron gate. To the front of the house is plenty of parking for two cars and also a fantastic garage under the property with two large wooden doors which offers fantastic future potential but currently offers exceptional storage and workshop space for those who love to tinker with classic vehicles or indeed enjoy hobbies involving there hands!
Cheddar (www.cheddarsomerset.co.uk) is a picturesque and well known village situated within the heart of Somerset and located on the edge of the Mendip Hills. The village has a lot to offer including banks, a building society, post office, a wide selection of shops, a medical centre, dental surgery and good access to Weston Hospital. Within Cheddar there is a three-tier school system where children up to the age of nine will attend the first school (www.cheddarfirst.ik.org), before moving on to Fairlands Middle School (www.fairlands.somerset.sch.uk) and on to Kings of Wessex Community School (www.kowessex.co.uk). Independent schools nearby are Sidcot, Wells Cathedral School and Millfield. The village also has a wide selection of outdoor pursuits including sailing, abseiling and rock climbing and benefits from a selection of fitness and swimming classes held at the local Kings of Wessex Leisure Centre. The closest motorway access is Junction 22 at Edithmead and the town has good access to the City of Bristol and the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare. There is further access to the motorway network at Clevedon (junction 20) and St. Georges (junction 21) and there is an international airport at Lulsgate. Famous local attractions include Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole Caves and Glastonbury Tor and walkers will enjoy the trek up to Crook Peak.
Approaching Cheddar on the B3135 Axbridge Road continue into Cheddar onto The Barrows and follow the twist and turn off the road, you will shortly see a sign for Tweentown and pass our Lady Queen of Apostles Church on your left hand side. Laburham House can be found shortly after on your left hand side just before the turning for Orchard Way. If you pass the Murco petrol station you have gone a little too far.
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