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5 Bedroom Detached House

Hanam Manor, Station Road, CHEDDAR, Somerset


£975,000

A TRULY STUNNING PERIOD PROPERTY IN THE CENTRE OF CHEDDAR WITH INCOME OPTIONS ..... Hanam Manor is a historic 13th century detached property, and thought to be the oldest house in the village. This superbly presented Grade II listed detached property has been sympathetically modernised throughout, whilst carefully retaining the original features you would expect in a home of this age. These include exposed flagstone flooring and three inglenook fire places, all with log burners and two with original bread ovens. There are five reception rooms, including the 'Oak' room on the first floor with a priest hole leading off. The ground floor also includes a kitchen, utility and store room. The first floor has four double bedrooms, all with en suite facilities. There is a fifth bedroom, located on the ground floor which is currently used as a home office. The property has been in the same family for nearly fifty years and the current owners operate a successful B & B business. With planning consent in place to convert the pool room into accommodation, there are further income options, if required. The wall enclosed front garden has a mixture of lawn and gravelled areas. In addition to the garage there is off road parking for up to ten cars. The attractive south facing rear garden is very private with a selection of seating areas. This is a property which should be seen to be appreciated.

A stunning, historic 13th century detached property
Thought to be the oldest house in cheddar
Located in the centre of the village with income options
Grade II listed and sympathetically modernised
Attractive original features throughout
Five reception rooms, kitchen, utility and store room
Four double bedrooms all with en suite facilities
Fifth bedroom currently used as a home office
Planning to convert the pool room into further accommodation
Private south facing rear garden
Garage and off road parking for up to ten cars

STUNNING PROPERTY IN THE CENTRE OF CHEDDAR WITH INCOME OPTIONS. This historic 13th century Grade II listed property has been modernised throughout, whilst carefully retaining original features. Five receptions, four double bedrooms, all with ensuites. Fifth bedroom or office. Planning for further accommodation. Attractive wall enclosed front and rear gardens. Garage and off road parking.
A stunning, historic 13th century detached property
Thought to be the oldest house in cheddar
Located in the centre of the village with B&B (or other) income options
Close proximity to the famous Cheddar Gorge
Grade II listed and sympathetically modernised throughout
Has been in the same family for nearly fifty years
Five reception rooms, kitchen, utility and store room
Four double bedrooms all with en suite facilities
Fifth bedroom currently used as a home office
Three inglenook fire places all with log burners and two with original bread ovens
Exposed original flagstone flooring
Planning approved for conversion of the pool room into further accommodation or other
South facing rear garden
Garage and off road parking for up to ten cars
A TRULY STUNNING PERIOD PROPERTY IN THE CENTRE OF CHEDDAR WITH INCOME OPTIONS ..... This historic 13th century Grade II listed detached property is thought to be the oldest house in the village. Sympathetically modernised throughout, whilst carefully retaining the original features including flagstone floors and inglenook fire places. Five reception rooms, kitchen, utility and store room. The first floor has four double bedrooms, all with en suite facilities. Fifth bedroom or home office. Planning consent to convert the pool room into accommodation. Wall enclosed front garden with garage and off road parking for up to ten cars. Attractive south facing private rear garden with a selection of seating areas.

Entrance
The wooden front door leads in to an inner porch with an under stairs cloaks cupboard. Original flagstone flooring which continues through to the split level hallway. The exposed beams and exposed stone walls offer an immediate example of the wonderful features throughout this charming home. Wooden staircase to the first floor, a fitted cupboard and a door to:

Lounge
This hugely impressive reception room measures 21' 4" x 15' 9" (6.50m x 4.80m) with exposed ceiling beams and an exposed stone wall. An Inglenook fireplace with an original bread oven and a wood burning stove. Original flagstone flooring. Door out to the kitchen and a window overlooking the wall enclosed front garden.

Dining Room
Measures 19' x 14' 9" (5.79m x 4.50m) with a an Inglenook fireplace and a wood burning stove. Original flagstone flooring. Door out to the home office (or bedroom five) and a window to the front elevation.

Breakfast Room
This charming family space measures 13' 9" x 12' 3" (4.2m x 3.7m) and with doors to the sitting room, kitchen and conservatory it is very much the central hub of the home. Original flagstone flooring.

Sitting Room
Measures 21' 11" x 14' 7" (6.7m x 4.5m) with an Ingelnook fireplace with original bread oven and a wood burning stove. Original ceiling beams. Doors to the conservatory and pool room.

Conservatory
This lovely addition measures 22' 3" x 10' 6" (6.8m x 3.2m). David Salisbury design with sandstone flooring and French doors on both sides.

Kitchen
Fitted with a range of shaker style wall and base units. Ceramic sink and drainer unit. Integrated dishwasher. Space for a Range style cooker with a fitted extractor hood over. Ample space for a freestanding fridge freezer. Measures 14' 5" x 13' 9" (4.4m x 4.2m) with recessed down lighting and slate flooring. Window out to the rear garden and extensive tiling to the water sensitive areas.

Door out to rear hall with a downstairs WC leading off. Door to a front porch area as well as a door to the:

Utility
Measures 14' 5" x 9' 6" (4.40m x 2.90m) and fitted with a range of wall and base units to match the kitchen. Larder cupboard with shelving. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Slate flooring and recessed down lighting.

Door out to the store room and then the garage as well as out to lean to which has space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.

Ground Floor Bedroom or Home Office
Measuring 16' 5" x 9' 10" (5.00m x 3.00m), this versatile space is currently used as a home office and treatment room. Fitted cupboards, exposed ceiling beams and door to front and window to side.

Master Bedroom
This wonderful dual aspect space measures an impressive 16' 5" x 16' 5" (5.00m x 5.00m) and has windows to the front and side.

A passage with a fitted cupboard and further access to the landing then leads to the:

Master En Suite Bathroom
Heritage freestanding cast iron bath with imperial cast iron feet. It also has a stand alone walk in shower. Pedestal wash hand basin and a WC with a high level cistern. Fitted cupboard and a window to the rear. Wood panelling along two walls and a towel radiator.

Bedroom Two
Light and spacious room measuring 13' 2" x 12' 3" (4.01m x 3.73m) with a window to the rear. Steps up to the:

En Suite Bathroom
Wood panelled bath with a shower and shower screen over. Pedestal wash hand basin and a low level WC. Recessed down lighting, extractor fan and a towel radiator.

The 'Oak' Room
Measures 16' 1" x 14' 7" (4.9m x 4.5m) and currently used as a central relaxation lounge with access to bedrooms three and four. Noted for its two tier base cruck timber roof ring dated back to 1341. It encompasses a Priest Hole which coincides with the view that it was used as a chapel in the early years. Fireplace and a window to the front aspect.

Bedroom Three
A wonderfully light room which measures 14' 7" x 10' 4" (4.44m x 3.15m) with a window to the rear elevation. Door to:

En Suite Shower Room
Fully tiled walk in shower cubicle. Pedestal wash hand basin and a low level WC. Wood panelling along one wall to dado height. Chrome ladder style radiator and recessed down lighting.

Bedroom Four
Measures 11' 7" x 10' 6" (3.53m x 3.20m) with a window to the front and door to:

Ensuite Shower Room
Fully tiled walk in shower cubicle. Counter top wash hand basin with storage under. Low level WC and a chrome ladder style radiator. Recessed down lighting and tiled flooring.

Pool Room
Previously housing an indoor pool, this fabulous area measures 29' 10" x 16' 1" (9.10m x 4.90m). Planning permission was granted to convert this area into a two bedroom annexe. Certain works have already been completed to protect the consent and the new owner may prefer to create a family/games room or a substantial office.

Outside
Wrought iron gates open on to the Dorset gravel drive and through to this very private wall enclosed front garden. There is also a gravelled seating area and an open arch leading out to the pavement with easy access into the shops. Lawned areas, raised flower beds and a selection of mature trees and plants. The south facing rear garden has steps up at both ends to dedicated seating areas with a lawned area in between and a selection of planted borders. Access on one side out to the front. Lockable storage, ideal for bikes etc. Wood store, courtesy lighting and an outside tap.

Garage and Parking
Measures 15' 1" x 15' 1" (4.60m x 4.60m) with up and over double door at the front. Fitted with power and light. In addition to the garage there is a Dorset gravel drive with off road parking for up to ten cars. At the rear is a store room with the wall mounted gas fired boiler, access to a fully floored loft space over the garage.

Services and Location
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. Council tax band is: 'G'. The postcode is: BS27 3AG.

About the Area
Cheddar is a large Village at the foot of the Mendip Hills and just 9 miles north-west of Wells. Within easy reach of the A38, Bristol is only 30 minutes away (18 miles) and the M5 motorway approximately 15/20 minutes. Bristol International Airport is 25 minutes away. Cheddar offers a good range of amenities with a wide range of shops including a bank, building society and a Post Office. There are also doctor and dentist surgeries. Local tourist attractions include Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole Caves. The property is located within the school catchment areas for the local First school, Fairlands Middle School and the Kings of Wessex Academy. The Kings Fitness and Leisure Centre adjoining the Kings of Wessex Academy offers an extensive range of activities for all the family.

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