Attractive period property
Located in the heart of the village
Recently refurbished throughout
Two receptions rooms with charming features
Large kitchen and dining room
Utility and a downstairs WC
Three bedrooms and a family bathroom
Master with an en suite shower room
Larger than average rear garden
Offered chain free
An attractive period family home which was refurbished throughout to a high standard around 12 months ago, whilst retaining many period features. Two very spacious reception rooms, a large kitchen/diner and a utility. Three bedrooms, the master with an en suite. Larger than average rear garden. Chain free.
The entrance hall has a window to the front elevation and a tiled floor. Dado rail which continues up the staircase to the first floor landing.
An attractive, well proportioned reception room with a double glazed sash window to the front aspect. Measures 16' 4" x 12' 8" (4.98m x 3.86m) and features a cast iron fireplace, picture rail and a dado rail.
Also off the entrance hall is the:
Kitchen and Dining Room
This large 'L' shaped area measures 26' 3" x 19' 2" (8.00m x 5.84m at its widest points) and is very much in keeping with modern family living. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of painted wooden units with wooden work tops over which extends into a breakfast bar at one end. Stainless steel one and a half bowl sink ad drainer unit with mixer tap. Integrated dishwasher as well as an integrated electric oven, hob and extractor hood. Tiling to the water sensitive areas. The dining area has ample space for a table and chairs and a door into a larder cupboard. Tiled flooring throughout. Pair of windows to the rear as well as French doors which open out on to the patio. Velux roof window and recessed down lighting in the kitchen area. Door to:
Utility and WC
Wall units and a work top with space and plumbing under for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Tiled floor and a window to the rear. Door into the downstairs WC which has a pedestal wash hand basin, a low level WC and an obscured window to the side.
Also off the kitchen is the:
Measures 16' 2" x 13' 1" (4.93m x 3.99m) with a large open fireplace. Dual aspect with a double glazed sash window to the front and a window to the rear looking out to the garden.
Back to the entrance hall and stairs leading to the:
Window to the rear overlooking the garden. Access to the loft space and a dado rail.
Measures 16' 6" x 13' 7" (5.03m x 4.14m) with a cast iron fireplace (not used). Dual aspect with a double glazed sash window to the front and a window to the rear.
En Suite Shower Room
This modern suite includes a fully tiled walk in shower cubicle. Pedestal wash hand basin with a tiled splash back and mirror with light over. Low level WC and a chrome ladder style radiator. Tiled floor, recessed down lighting and an extractor fan.
Measures 12' 9" x 7' 7" (3.89m x 2.31m) with a double glazed sash window to the front aspect.
Measures 12' x 10' 6" (3.66m x 3.20m) with a cast iron fireplace (not used). Double glazed sash window to the front elevation.
This modern fitted bathroom features a panelled bath with a mixer tap and hand held shower attachment over. There is also an electric shower and shower screen over the bath. Pedestal wash hand basin with mirrored cabinet with a light over. Low level WC and a window to the rear. Recessed down lighting and a tiled floor.
This attractive period property is enclosed at the front by a low level stone wall with a wrought iron gate and path leading to the front door. Either side of the path there is lawn and planted borders. At the rear the larger than average garden is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed on both sides by fencing. The large patio outside the kitchen has steps up to a gravelled path which winds its way down the garden to a larger gravelled area at the far end. On one side of the patio and attached to the house is a small outbuilding which houses the oil tank in one half and the boiler in the other.
Services and Location
Mains electricity, water and drainage. The oil fired boiler was installed along with new plumbing and electrics as part of the complete refurbishment around 12 months ago. The oil tank and boiler are located in an outbuilding at the side of the rear patio. The council tax band through Sedgemoor District Council is: 'TBC'. The postcode for the property is: TA9 4NF. You will find our for-sale board outside.
About the Area
Mark is a very popular village about three miles due west of Wedmore. There are two pubs, a village store and post office, two garages, a Church and a village hall. It is a very active community. There is also a park, football field, bowls club and a cricket ground. The property is situated in the acclaimed Cheddar Valley catchment area including the state schools: Mark First School, Hugh Sexey Middle School in Blackford and the Kings of Wessex School in Cheddar. There are also excellent independent schools nearby including Millfield, Wells Cathedral and Sidcot. Access to the motorway M5, Junction 22 is only 10 minutes away.