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A select development of eight beautifully appointed new build homes, situated in a wonderful semi-rural position ideal for enjoying the great outdoors with miles of footpaths, bridleways, and incredible views right on your doorstep. Help to buy is available on all plots.
The Beeches is a superb bespoke development built by well-regarded local builders. Each individual home has been tailored to be unique from the others with high specification fixtures and fittings throughout. Unusually for new build homes 'The Beeches' are completed to such a standard that you can literally move your furniture in, unpack, and start living, with integrated appliances included such as a Fridge/Freezer, washing machine and dishwasher, along with neutral-coloured carpets and quality flooring on every floor. Whether you are looking for a readymade home with no onward chain complications or indeed a low maintenance investment, 'The Beeches' would make an excellent choice.
These attractive three storey townhouses are finished with smart part rendered and part stone façade with contemporary grey windows striking a wonderful contrast. Internally, on the ground floor there is a spacious living room to the rear of the house with a light and airy southerly aspect and French doors out to a turfed rear garden enclosed by Shiplap fencing, with a small patio area and side gate. To the front of the houses there is a fantastic kitchen/breakfast room all fitted with a different chic design. No.3 is fitted with a high gloss cream slab style kitchen, No.4 houses a French white grained Sherwood kitchen, No.5 benefits from an Oxford grey eggshell shaker style kitchen and No.6 is presented with a gloss cashmere handle less Holborn kitchen, all kitchens come with a smart tiled splashback and the aforementioned integrated appliances and there is also plenty of room for a breakfast table. There are lovely views from all aspects of the houses that look out onto the Mendip Hills. Also on the ground floor is a useful well-appointed cloakroom.
On the first floor are two bedrooms that share use of a smart modern bathroom, whilst to the top floor is a spectacular master bedroom suite with a glorious dual aspect and en-suite shower room. The master bedroom also benefits from glorious views over the countryside.
Each property is uniquely finished with individual tiling and kitchen specifications to make it different from the neighbours and comes complete with two allocated off street parking spaces, plus an integrated security system, gas central heating and no onward chain. There is also ample guest parking available. EPC rating B
The village of Weare is situated an area of outstanding natural beauty beyond the south side of the Mendip Hills in a popular part of Somerset. The general area is well known for its leisure opportunities which include;
Walking and riding on the Mendips
Walks along Crooks Peak
Sailing on Axbridge reservoir
Local golf course outside Wedmore
Sports centre in Cheddar
Excellent and sought after schools
Coupled with these facilities there is also a church and a selection of country pubs in and around the village. The senior school in this area is Kings of Wessex (www.kowessex.co.uk), in Cheddar, with the middle school at Hugh Sexeys, Blackford (www.hughsexey.somerset.sch.uk) and the first school at Weare School (www.weareschool.com), in Upper Weare. Independent schools are at nearby Sidcot, Wells Cathedral School and Millfield. Wedmore, Cheddar, Winscombe and Axbridge are all within convenient driving distance, only being seven miles south of Bristol and four miles from the motorway junction, where there are more shopping, social and recreational facilities. The cities of Bristol, Bath and Wells are all within daily driving distance, Bath and Bristol providing excellent cultural activities. The coastal towns of Burnham-on-Sea and Weston-super-Mare are also conveniently accessible and there is access to the M5 at Edithmead (Junction 22, outside Burnham-on-Sea) and St. Georges (Junction 21, outside Weston-super-Mare). Bristol International Airport is along the A38, towards Bristol and this road is a popular route for commuting to Bristol.
Travelling on the A38 from Bristol, go straight ahead at Churchill traffic lights, taking you through Star and Sidcot. Go straight ahead at the next set of traffic lights and continue for a couple of miles passing the petrol station on your left and eventually entering Lower Weare where The Beeches can be found set back from the road on the left-hand side.
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