Charming period cottage
Quiet village location
Kitchen / Breakfast room
Lounge with inglenook
Snug with log burner
Open porch, with original wooden front door, half glazed partially with local Bristol blue glass.
Character kitchen with beamed ceiling and two oven Aga. Double glazed window to rear aspect. Selection of wall and base units with worktop over. Built in dishwasher, inset one and a half stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap over and space for a fridge-freezer. Measures 13'5" x 8'11" (4.10m x 2.73m)
Conveniently situated off the kitchen, this separate dining area measures 11'9" x 9'7" (3.59m x2.92m) and has a double glazed window to the rear aspect.
This cosy room has an original beamed ceiling and a large inglenook fireplace (currently not in use). Measures 11'8" x 11'3" (3.56m x 3.42m) with a double glazed window to front aspect.
Fireplace with log burner and double glazed window to front aspect. Measures 11'9" x 10'4" (3.58m x 3.14m)
Utility and Cloakroom
Three piece white suite, low level WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle, this room also doubles up as a utility room with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Measures 7'1" x 5'8" (2.16m x 1.72m)
Double glazed window to front aspect and views over the garden. Measures 11'10" x 10'6" (3.60m x 3.19m)
This double bedroom has a window to the rear aspect. Measures 11'10" x 9'11" (3.60m x 3.01m)
Double bedroom with rear aspect double glazed window and built in storage cupboard. Measures 13'8" x 10'2" (4.16 x 3.09m)
Single bedroom with double glazed window to rear aspect. Measures 15'8" x 9'0" (4.78m x 2.74m)
Three piece white bathroom suite, low level WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower over. Heated towel rail and obscure double glazed window to side aspect. Measures 11'9" x 5'5" (3.58m x 1.66m)
To the side of the house, accessed from the kitchen, there is a lean to for storage. The garden is at the front of the property and laid mainly to lawn with a new side gate entrance and new double gates for vehicle access and parking which also leads to a double garage with electric roller doors. To the side of the garage there is a sheltered decked seating area.
Along the other side of the house is the Blackford Brook and the current vendors have put in a wooden bridge to the bank the other side which they are currently renting from the Sexey Estate.
Garage and Parking
The double garage is a new construction built of Oak and Cedar, has electric roller doors and a mezzanine storage area. As well as the garage there is parking for 3-4 further vehicles as well as plenty of on street parking. Measures 17'9" x 16'6" (5.40m x 5.03m)
Services and Location
Mains water, drainage and electricity, oil fired boiler. The Council Tax band through Sedgemoor District Council is "TBC". For the purposes of your journey, the postcode for this property is BS28 4NR.
About the Area
Blackford is a traditional village with a church, a popular pub, a village hall and a very active community. Nearby is the thriving village of Wedmore with a range of shops including essentials such as the village store and newsagent, a butcher and a chemist. There are a range of individual shops, boutiques and galleries as well as pub restaurants and tea rooms. There are a wide range of clubs and societies with most cultural and sporting activities catered for in the area. There are excellent state and independent schools locally including Wedmore First School Academy, Hugh Sexeys Middle School and the high performing Kings of Wessex Upper School. Local Independent schools include Wells Cathedral School, Sidcot, Millfield and the schools in Taunton. The property is within easy distance of the M5 and Highbridge & Burnham railway station with regular trains to Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway. Bristol international airport is approximately 17 miles north.