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2 bedroom character property for sale

Moorland Street, Axbridge

Sold STC £230,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

Individual Barn Conversion
Edge of Town Square
Sought After Location
Large Open Plan Lounge/Kitchen
2 Double Bedrooms
Pretty Cottage Garden
Gas Central Heating
Period Features
Viewing Recommended

An excellent opportunity to aquire an individual barn conversion situated in the heart of Axbridge Town, just a short walk away from the medieval town square. The property has been sympathetically converted to provide generous accomodation whilst keeping many original features. The property breifly comprises:- A large open plan living room & kitchen which is fitted with a range of modern units. One wall has been left exposed and features a large inset corner inglenook fireplace with a living flame gas fire and wooden surrounds. The beamed ceilings are another feature of the property. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom with a white suite. Outside there is a pretty cottage garden which is surrounded by stone walls. Access to the property is via a large wooden gate which takes you into the garden and through to the entrance door. The property is offered with no onward chain and viewing is strictly by appointment through Farrons Estate Agents : 01934 842000

The property is located close to the heart of the charming 'Centuries Old' town of Axbridge nestled at the foot of the Mendip Hills, ideal for those with a keen interest in the outdoors. Being a market town allowed Axbridge to prosper via the wool trade during the medieval period and the heart of Axbridge has changed little retaining a number of early listed buildings in the Square and lining the main streets. The Square still has the feel of a marketplace today with a range of shops including: Post Office, Chemist and Mini Market as well as places to eat and drink including the popular 'Old Almshouse', 'Lamb Inn', 'Crown Inn' and 'Oak House Restaurant'. In addition, there is a Church, Doctors Surgery and local First School Academy within walking distance with Secondary Education available at the very popular Kings of Wessex Academy in Cheddar. There is a local bus service providing access to the surrounding district and a more comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities in the nearby village of Cheddar. For those travelling further afield, the A38 provides direct access to Bristol city centre and access to the M5 Motorway network is available at junction 21 St Georges and 22 Edithmead. Bristol International Airport is approximately a 20-minute drive away.

From Winscombe heading South on the Bridgwater Road (A38), proceed for approximately 1½ miles. Take the left hand fork in the road onto the A371 sign posted to Axbridge, Cheddar and Wells. After approximately ½ a mile turn left sign posted to Axbridge. At the junction proceed straight ahead onto High Street. At the town square turn right into Moorland Road. The property is located approximately 300yds on the left hand side.

Entrance Hall:
2.84m (9ft 4in) x 1.83m (6ft 0in)
Part glazed wooden entrance door, decorative stained glas window to the side elevation, stone stairs to the first floor accomodation, storage cupboards with worksurface over, stone flooring, double radiator, wall mounted electric consumer unit, wall lights.

Open Plan Lounge / Kitchen:
8.69m (28ft 6in) x 3.78m (12ft 5in)
Lounge Area:
Feature stone wall with corner inglenook style fireplace with inset living flame gas fire and beamed mantle over, window seat with storage cupboard under, dual aspect wooden double glazed windows tot he front elevation, beamed ceiling, double radiator.

Kitchen Area:
Fitted with a range of modern wall base and drawer units with complementing worksurface over, inset composite 2 bowl sink unit with mixer tap over, built in electric double oven and 5 ring gas hob with extractor fan over and fridge/freezer, double glazed wooden window to the side elevation overlooking the pretty cottage garden, double radiator.

First Floor Landing:
Dual aspect, stained glass window and leaded light window to the rear elevation and double glazed wooden window to the side elevation, wall light, cupboard with shelving housing "Vaillant" gas fired boiler supplying heating and hot water, radiator.

Bedroom 1:
3.96m (13ft 0in) x 2.82m (9ft 3in) excluding wardrobes
Double glazed wooden window to the front elevation, wooden cottage style door with stained glass insert, built in wardrobe with shelving and hanging space, double radiator.

Bedroom 2:
3.25m (10ft 8in) x 2.92m (9ft 7in) excluding wardrobes
Double glazed wooden window to the front elevation, wooden cottage style door with stained glass insert, built in wardrobe with shelving and hanging space, radiator, beamed ceiling.

White suite with chrome fittings comprising:- pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, panelled bath with mixer shower over and folding glass screen tiles walls and flooring, two double glazed wooden windows to the side elevation, double radiator.

The property benefits form a private cottage style courtyard garden which is enclosed by stone walls. The garden is well stocked with mature shrubs and bushes, a gravelled seating area, garden shed and wooden cupboard housing meters. There is a wrought iron gate which leads to the large wooden door which exits out onto Moorland Street.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
22 June 2017

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