Old Coach Road, Cross, Axbridge, Somerset. BS26 2EF
- Georgian Townhouse
- Five Bedrooms
- Four Floors Of Accommodation
- Living Room
- Dining Room
- Three Bathrooms
- Kitchen / Breakfast Room
- Outstanding Condition
- Parking For Several Vehicles
- Large South Facing Rear Garden
The village of Cross is a small picturesque Somerset village which nestles at the foot of Wavering Down and Crook Peak, being a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. The village itself has two superb Public Houses and is close by to the charming Market Town of Axbridge. Whilst there is much evidence of rebuilding and re-facing of buildings in Axbridge in the 18th and 19th centuries, the heart of Axbridge has changed little and it retains a number of early listed buildings in the Square and lining the main streets. The Square still has the feel of a marketplace today. There are shops and places to eat and drink including: Post Office, The Lamb Inn, The Oak House Hotel, General Stores, Primary School, Doctors Surgery and Church. There are a range of leisure activities in the area including: Unrivalled horse riding and walking on the Mendip Hills, sailing and fishing on the Cheddar Reservoir and Chew Valley Lakes and Dry Slope Skiing in Churchill.
From Winscombe village centre and with Farrons office on the right, proceed to the junction with Woodborough Road and continue straight ahead up through the village. Follow the road through a sharp left hand bend onto Sidcot Lane and proceed to the traffic lights. Turn right onto the Bridgwater Road (A38) and continue for approximately 2 miles. At the bottom of Shute Shelve Hill turn right onto Old Coach Road, and the property will then shortly be found on your left-hand side.
Large period wooden door with window over. Oak flooring. Stairs to first floor and lower Ground floor. Doors to:
Living Room (4.85m x 4.83m or 15' 11' x 15' 10')
Dual aspect sash windows to the front and rear offering far reaching views. Feature fireplace.
Dining Room (4.85m x 4.42m or 15' 11' x 14' 06')
Oak flooring. Dual aspect sash windows to the front and rear offering lovely views.
Lower Ground Floor
Spacious rear hall and study area with exposed beams, tiled flooring, several built in cupboards, window and stable door to garden. Access to:
Kitchen / Breakfast Room (4.90m x 4.83m or 16' 01' x 15' 10')
Perfectly situated for ease of use from the garden and large enough to dine in, this kitchen has an extensive range of built in cupboards, an Aga, a separate Rangemaster oven, space for further appliances and two windows overlooking the garden.
Contemporary white suite comprising bath with shower over, WC and pedestal wash basin. Window to rear. Heated towel rail.
First Floor Landing
Naturally lit through two large sash windows to the front and rear. Stairs to second floor. Doors to:
Bedroom (4.57m x 4.55m or 15' 00' x 14' 11' )
A fine room with impressive views from the dual aspect windows to the front and rear. Large range of built in wardrobes and blanket cupboards.
Bedroom (4.60m x 2.44m or 15' 01' x 8' 00' )
Sash window to front. Pedestal wash basin with light and shaver point over.
Bathroom (4.57m x 2.51m or 15' 00' x 8' 03' )
An exceptional family bathroom that boasts a free standing roll top bath, separate double shower, pedestal wash basin and WC. Sash window to rear. Heated towel radiator.
Second Floor Landing
Window to front, loft access, doors to:
Bedroom (5.08m x 4.57m or 16' 08' x 15' 00' )
Triple aspect windows with fabulous views, exposed beams to the part vaulted ceiling.
Bedroom (4.67m x 2.44m or 15' 04' x 8' 00' )
Dual aspect windows offering countryside views. Exposed beams to part vaulted ceiling.
Bedroom (3.23m x 2.39m or 10' 07' x 7' 10' )
Window to front. Exposed beams to part vaulted ceiling.
Contemporary shower room with a white suite comprising: double shower, WC and wash basin housed in white high gloss units. Heated towel rail.
Through the blue gates bordering the road, you are immediately met with a graveled parking area that allows parking for 6 or 7 vehicles comfortably.
The South facing rear garden is a complete joy. Perfect for the family to explore and enjoy. The extensive lawn gently slopes down to an area to the rear that currently houses a greenhouse, shed, fruit trees and a vegetable garden. Adjoins the property at the rear is a raised and level stone terrace - perfect for entertaining! This area is finished with colourful planted borders either side of the access down to the Summerhouse that will be included in the sale.
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Old Coach Road, Cross, Axbridge, Somerset. BS26 2EF
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Worle Station5.7 miles
- Weston Milton Station6.2 miles
About the agent
Farrons Estate Agents opened in 2005 and was founded by well known local agent Andrew Farron. We pride ourselves on having friendly, experienced staff, who between them have nearly 100 years local agency experience. Since opening Farrons have successfully sold a wide range of properties in Winscombe, Worle, Weston and surrounding villages.
Farrons have developed an excellent reputation for customer service and a large part of their business comes from recommendation.
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