18th Century Cottage in a village Location
Two double bedrooms
Good Size Garden
A charming 18th century cottage set in an elevated position in the sort after village of Pilton. Lots of potential and arranged over three floors. Lounge/diner, kitchen with separate utility/cloakroom and conservatory. Two double bedrooms with views, a versatile storage room and a very generous bathroom. To the rear of the cottage is a beautiful enclosed garden bursting with wild flowers.
A charming 18th century cottage set in an elevated position in the sort after village of Pilton. Ground floor includes a good size lounge/diner, kitchen with separate utility/cloakroom and a conservatory. On the first floor you will find a double bedroom which benefits from rural views, a versatile storage room and a very generous bathroom with free standing roll top bath. The second floor is home to a large double bedroom with exposed beams and stunning rural views. To the rear of the cottage is a beautiful enclosed garden bursting with wild flowers.
The front door opens in to a small entrance hall which has a storage cupboard under the stairs that lead up to the first floor accommodation.
Measuring 19'9'' x 11'2'' (6.0m x 3.4m), the lounge/dining area is full of character with an exposed stone wall with a Lincar wood burner inset which runs the automated central heating system, wooden beamed ceilings and flagstone flooring. Two rear aspect windows over look the rear garden.
This versatile space enjoys views across the garden and beyond. It measures 13'1'' x 7'10'' (4.0m x 2.4m)
Measuring 10'4'' x 5'4'' (3.1m x 1.6m) Includes a range of wooden units with wooden work tops over and a Belfast sink inset. There is also extra built in storage, plumbing for a dish washer and a gas cooker point. Window to front aspect.
This dual purpose room screams potential. It measures 10'2'' x 6'5'' (3.1m x 2.0m) and is currently being used as utility room with a loo! There is also plumbing for the washing machine, space for a larder fridge and freezer and a stainless steel sink with drainer. Window to rear aspect, door to rear garden.
Bright and airy with white washed stone walls and exposed floor boards. Window to front aspect.
A nice size double room measuring 11'10'' x 10'8'' (3.6m x 3.3m). Window to the rear aspect with views over garden and beyond. Original fire place and hearth, exposed original wooden floorboards.
A traditional suite comprising a free standing roll top bath, pedestal wash basin and low level WC. The rear aspect window provides rural views across the garden. Measurments 12' x 9' (3.7m x 2.8m)
Window to front aspect. Currently used as a dressing room but could quite easily be used as a home office, a craft room or even a nursery.
Another versatile space measuring 20'7''(max) x 15'9''(max) (6.3m x 4.8m) currently being used as a guest bedroom. Exposed stone chimney breast and an exposed beamed ceiling. Dual aspect windows with rear providing rural views.
A beautiful enclosed garden with wild flower beds and fruit trees.
Services and Location
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Council Tax band through Mendip District Council is: 'C'. The postcode for the property is: BA4 4DF.
About the Area
The property is on Top Street, a very desirable address in an elevated position on the outskirts of the village. Pilton is a very sought after village. Notable for its pretty stone cottages and rolling hills and of course FREE Glastonbury Festival tickets!! A very active village, it has numerous clubs, a playgroup, a bus to a local primary school and a very smart village hall which includes a Co op & Post Office. There is a playground, playing fields with clubhouse and a public house. Nearby there are various supermarkets and shopping and amenities on a larger scale can be found in Glastonbury, Street, Shepton Mallet and Wells. Trains to London Paddington, is situated less than 5 miles away at Castle Cary, with further mainline stations at Yeovil, Bristol and Bath. Bristol International Airport, which offers long-haul flights, is 16 miles away. There is an excellent range of both state and independent schools in the area including Millfield, Wells Cathedral School and The Blue School.