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2 bedroom house for sale

Norton Mews, Cheapside, Langport, Somerset, TA10

Sold STC £175,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Entrance Lobby
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting Room
  • Bathroom

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

An interesting Grade II Listed two bedroom mews-style period cottage tucked away in the centre of the town.

Norton Mews was a former Coach House cleverly converted into two dwellings in 2004 with a flying freehold. Grade II Listed, the property has elevations of brick under a slate roof with some of the original character retained including exposed roof timbers and arched windows. Use has been made of conservation roof lights and timber panelled interior doors. There is a gas fired heating system, timber sash windows and double glazed doors. Outside there are allocated areas of garden to one side and also a well maintained communal garden to the front.

Norton Mews is hidden from view and is accessed from a pathway adjacent to Boots the Chemist in Cheapside. The property occupies a peaceful location away from noisy traffic and enjoys a most pleasant open aspect overlooking the communal gardens. Langport offers a good range of amenities including Bank, Post Office, Supermarket, Shops, Library, Doctors and Dentists Surgeries, Inns, Garages, Churches plus good educational facilities at nearby Huish Episcopi Academy with Sixth Form which also has an adjoining Sports Centre with facilities for all ages. The County town of Taunton is about 13 miles to the west and offers extensive shopping, recreational and scholastic facilities with excellent road and rail links.

2 Norton Mews is approached from Cheapside over a shared pathway which also gives access to the adjoining property, 1 Norton News, and also to the rear of Norton House (3 maisonettes) and the Langport Stores.

Immediately to one side of the property there is a paved and cobblestone terrace with flower border and brick walling. Adjoining is an allocated area of garden in need of some restoration. The communal garden area to the front comprises an expanse of lawn with various trees, shrubs and flower borders. A right of way over a further large garden to the side leads to a foot bridge and onto Langport Common Moor.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 September 2016


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