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3 bedroom link detached house for sale

Lascot Hill, Wedmore, Somerset, BS28

Sold STC £324,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Reception Lounge
  • Sitting Room
  • Spacious Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Cloakroom
  • Annexe Area consisting Bedroom/Dining Room
  • Master Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom
  • Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
  • Enclosed Courtyard Garden
  • Parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An 18th Century former smithy offering deceptive and versatile accommodation with an annexe in the heart of Wedmore and within a stones throw of local shops, restaurants and amenities.

This former Smithy believed to date back to the 18th Century has been sympathetically extended and improved over recent years.
The versatile accommodation is approached via an Entrance Porch which leads to an impressive Lounge with feature fire place and chimney, this leads through to the heart of the property and the spacious Kitchen/Diner. Fitted with a superb range of wooden fronted base and wall units with polished granite work surfaces and built in dishwasher, fridge and freezer and includes dual fuel five burner range cooker. Steps lead down to the recently decorated Sitting Room with inglenook fireplace and French doors opening to the courtyard garden. From the Reception Lounge an inner hall gives access to a cloakroom and utility cupboard. The opposite side leads through to the Annexe area where there is a Bedroom/Dining room with staircase leading to a further bedroom with en-suite shower room. A separate staircase leads from the Reception Lounge to a galleried Landing/Study area and Master Bedroom and En-Suite Bathroom. The bedroom has a vaulted beamed ceiling, concealed wardrobe/cupboards and a freestanding roll top slipper bath adding a touch of luxury.
Outside there is a flagged parking area and an enclosed courtyard garden which is accessible from both the Kitchen and Sitting Room.

Wedmore is a thriving village set on a high ridge above the Somerset Levels with a rich history and architectural heritage. Established in Saxon times, the modern day Wedmore is an exciting social and commercial rural centre with a wide range of retail and leisure facilities including a selection of boutique shops. Day to day amenities include a newsagents/general stores, chemist, 2 butchers, delicatessen, post office, fishmongers, grocers, a range of eateries, 3 public houses and local banking. A lively and friendly community, Wedmore hosts over 70 organisations with a diversity of cultural and sporting activities including opera, theatre, parkland golf course, floodlit all weather tennis courts, indoor and outdoor bowling greens and both cricket and football pitches.
There is a community run bus service to the larger nearby towns and highly prized local state schooling including Wedmore First School, Hugh Sexeys Middle School in Blackford and Kings of Wessex Upper School at Cheddar. Access to the national motorway network is just c 9 miles distant via junction 22 of the M5 with Bristol International Airport c 15 miles via the A38. The Cathedral City of Wells is c 10 miles distant whilst the larger centres of Bristol and Bath are c 21 and 27 miles respectively.

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Added on Rightmove:
05 May 2016

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