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3 bedroom house for sale

Ashleigh Close, Draycott, Cheddar, Somerset, BS27

Sold STC £289,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Semi-Detatched
  • 3 Bedroom Property
  • Modern Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Large Living Room
  • Family Bathroom
  • Corner Plot
  • Village Location

Full description

A nearly new and beautifully presented 3 bedroom semi-detached property with walled garden, excellent living accommodation, parking for 2 cars and all set in the popular village of Draycott and benefitting from exceptional views across the local countryside. EPC rating C.

An immaculately presented and nearly new 3 bedroom semi-detached property in the exclusive Ashleigh Close development at the heart of the popular village of Draycott. In brief the accommodation comprises an entrance hall, WC, kitchen/breakfast room and large living room to the ground floor, whilst to the first floor are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The current owners have kept the property to the highest standards throughout. The kitchen is modern and fitted with top spec appliances whilst the large living room is the perfect space to unwind and relax but spacious enough to entertain friends and family. Upstairs the bedrooms are all of a good size with a single and two doubles as well as a family bathroom. Unlike many others on this development the views from this corner plot property are quite simply magnificent , stretching far and wide over the beautiful Somerset countryside. Double glazing and gas central heating can be found throughout whilst the sunny aspect provides plenty on light to all the rooms. Other benefits include an architect’s certificate providing reassurance for prospective buyers and versatile accommodation, perfect for families, investors and those looking to take their next step on the property ladder. A fantastic home in a popular village just a short drive from both the scenic and popular Cheddar and the historic and picturesque Cathedral City of Wells.

Draycott itself lies on the southern slopes of The Mendip Hills, an area designated as being of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a wider range of amenities than most, offering a church, village hall, primary school, playgroup, playing fields, public house and a shop/Post Office. Nearby Cheddar, famous for Cheddar Gorge, offers a good range of town amenities whilst the historic Cathedral City of Wells is also a short drive, boasting excellent facilities including various supermarkets that include both Morrisons and Waitrose. Also of note is the proximity of the Saxon village of Wedmore which is also well renowned for its bustling community and amenities. Apart from the local primary school there are secondary state schools in both Cheddar and Wells, namely Kings of Wessex and The Blue School. There are various independent schools also within close reach.

The property is approached by a small front garden and pathway. To the rear is a split level garden laid to level lawn and patio and walled to the back. Access to the garden can be found via a side path and also by double doors direct from the living room. Easy to maintain and fairly secluded, it is a wonderful space to enjoy the quiet of village life. This property also has the added luxury of 2 parking spaces.

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Added on Rightmove:
25 August 2017

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