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4 bedroom character property for sale

Stone Allerton, Axbridge

Removed £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four Bedrooms
  • Newly Renovated
  • Village Location
  • Open Plan Kitchen
  • Parking
  • Flexible Accommodation

Full description

Newly renovated and extended, Tavener Cottage provides comfortable and stylish living space in the heart of the popular village of Stone Allerton

From our office continue and pass the church on your right and a few hundred yards on take the turning right signposted Stoughton and Weare. Continue and pass the golf club on your right. Continue straight across the Stoughton crossroads. Pass the Windmill on your left. Pass the Wheatsheaf and immediately take the fork to your left. At the T-junction turn left. Continue for a few hundred yards and the property can be seen on the lane on the left hand side with the name on the wall.

Stone Allerton is a small village in beautiful countryside about 3 miles from Wedmore and is undoubtedly one of the most popular residential areas in this part of Somerset. Just a short walk to the Weatsheaf Public House. Wedmore, Cheddar Burham-On-Sea and Wells provide a wide range of amenities and facilities and the larger towns of the area are within easy commuting distance. There are 6 primary schools within a few miles and nearby is the Hugh Sexey Church of England Middle School (9 to 13 years) and the Kings of Wessex School (13 to 18). Independent schools within easy reach include Sidcot with Wells Cathedral, Millfield and Clifton College further afield.

Tavener cottage is located within the desirable hamlet of Stone Allerton. Built Circa. 17th Century the property has been lovingly restored and extended to provide modern day living with excellent energy credentials and many original character features including wood beams, inglenook fireplaces and exposed stone walls.

Entered via the entrance hall you are greeted with an abundance of character features including solid wood flooring, exposed ceiling beams and a beautiful feature exposed stone wall. The whole of the original cottage has been sympathetically restored and re-configured to create an open plan modern family kitchen / breakfast room, complete with Belfast sink, range cooker, built in dishwasher and wine cooler. The original inglenook fireplace has been restored and in place a wood burning log burner, door off with access to the garden and utility room to the East elevation. To the other end of the property is a good-sized bedroom or potential snug that is serviced via the downstairs shower room that has been excellently fitted with beautiful fixtures and fittings complete with heated towel rail. A superb asset to the excellent living area is the addition of an Oak frame extension that now provides an additional living space overlooking the rear garden.

First Floor 
As depicted via the floorplan to the first floor there is a large spot lit master bedroom with beautiful beams, ensuite shower room off with quality fixtures that exude style and sophistication. Two further bedrooms serviced via the main bathroom perfect for families with a beautiful claw foot bath.

The property has parking to the side for approximately 3 cars. There are landscaped gardens that wrap around the whole rear of the garden, perfect for al-afresco dining and safe for children to play.

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Added on Rightmove:
10 November 2017


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