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4 Bedroom Cottage

Alandale, Burtle, Bridgwater


£465,000

  • Cloakroom
  • Conservatory
  • Fireplace
  • Fitted Bathroom
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Garden
  • Off-street parking
  • Original Fireplace
  • Period Features

Charming extended semi-detached cottage, benefitting from being in a quiet, edge of village location. With four bedrooms, family bathroom, lounge with open fireplace, dining room with log burner, kitchen/breakfast room, utility/entrance with log burner. Two gardens and off street parking.

Council Tax Band: C (North Somerset Council)
Tenure: Freehold

GROUND FLOOR:


Entrance Hall
A half double glazed door opens into a large porch/utility area with dual aspect windows to side and rear. A log burner makes this a welcoming entrance in the winter months.

Kitchen / Breakfast Room w: 2.23m x l: 6.28m (w: 7' 4" x l: 20' 7")
Selection of wall and base units with laminate wood effect work surface over. Space for a range style cooker and dishwasher. Inset stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Space for fridge-freezer. Built in breakfast bar. Double glazed windows to side and front aspect. Retains it's period feature beamed ceiling. Door to under stairs storage.

Utility w: 2.26m x l: 6.28m (w: 7' 5" x l: 20' 7")
Base units with wooden worksurface over and inset Belfast sink with mixer tap over. Space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Plenty of space for coats and shoes etc. Doors leading off to W.C. and bedroom four.

WC w: 1.37m x l: 1.43m (w: 4' 6" x l: 4' 8")
Located off the utility area, consisting of a high level W.C.

Dining Room w: 3.58m x l: 4.6m (w: 11' 9" x l: 15' 1")
Fireplace with inset log burner and tiled hearth. Double glazed window to front aspect and french doors to conservatory and door to stairs and lounge. Also retains some period features with a beamed ceiling.

Lounge w: 6.34m x l: 3.84m (w: 20' 10" x l: 12' 7")
Open working fireplace with stone surround, double glazed window to side aspect and French doors leading to East garden.

Bedroom Four w: 5.71m x l: 2.83m (w: 18' 9" x l: 9' 3")
Dual aspect double glazed window looking out to the East garden.

Conservatory w: 2.8m x l: 5.19m (w: 9' 2" x l: 17' )
Located off the dining room, this light bright modern conservatory has sliding patio doors leading out to a Mediterranean style garden and seating area.

FIRST FLOOR:


Bedroom One w: 4.63m x l: 3.54m (w: 15' 2" x l: 11' 7")
Large room with two double glazed windows to side aspect.

Bedroom Two w: 3.86m x l: 3.59m (w: 12' 8" x l: 11' 9")
Two double glazed windows to side aspect with built in open wardrobe space.

Bedroom Three w: 4.15m x l: 2.31m (w: 13' 7" x l: 7' 7")
One double glazed windows to side aspect with built in open wardrobe space.

Bathroom w: 3.79m x l: 2.42m (w: 12' 5" x l: 7' 11")
Four piece white suite. Low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, bath and shower cubicle. Heated towel rail. Door to airing cupboard.

OTHER INFORMATION:


Garden and Parking
A gravel parking area provides off street parking for two vehicles, but more could be created if needed. The garden to the east side of the house is laid mainly to lawn with a paved path to the door and enclosed by a panel fence to the front and side, whilst the rear is enclosed by mature evergreen trees. There is a border planted with a selection of roses and a large storage shed.
To the west side of the house, the garden is more formal with a mediterranean feel. Accessed from the conservatory, the main garden is hard standing, edged with borders of of various mature flowers, plants and shrubs. The current owners have a large hot tub and seating area. There is plenty of space for extra storage and a BBQ, and there is gated pedestrian access to the road.

Services & Location
Air sourced heat pump provides the hot water and heating. Solar panels provide electricity, with mains water and private drainage. At the time of preparing these details, the council tax band through Sedgemoor District Council is: C. The postcode for the property is: TA7 8NF.

About the Area
Burtle is in a convenient position for access to the M5, Bridgwater, Street, Glastonbury and Burnham-on Sea. It is a quiet village with a popular local pub called, 'The Duck'.
There are a number of secondary schools within a 20 minute drive. Catcott Primary School is in the next village and Burtle is in the catchment for Crispin School Academy in Street. The co-educational and independent Millfield School is also just a 20 minute drive away.

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