Two bed end terraced house situated on the edge of the countryside, yet only a short distance from the town centre and local amenities. Property benefits from one large double and one single bedroom, kitchen, lounge/diner, family bathroom, separate utility, front and back garden. In an elevated position this property benefits from being in a quiet location, it also has countryside views front and back and parking.
Council Tax Band: B
Half obscure glazed uPVC front door. Space for shoes and hanging coats. Doors leading to kitchen, lounge/dining area and utility. Stairs to first floor.
Kitchen w: 1.52m x l: 3.66m (w: 5' x l: 12' )
Selection of wall and base units with worktop over. Inset white melamine sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Inset four ring gas hob and inset electric oven, space for fridge. Double glazed window to front aspect with countryside views.
Lounge / Dining Room w: 4.57m x l: 6.4m (w: 15' x l: 21' )
Leading straight through from the kitchen, this was opened up by the current owners, but still retains the door from the hall, so could easily be re-installed to separate the kitchen off again. There is a double glazed window to the rear and a half glazed uPVC door leading to a small fully double glazed porch area that leads to the back garden window.
Utility w: 0.91m x l: 1.52m (w: 3' x l: 5' )
Located off he entrance hall, there is a space for a washing machine and a freezer as well as shelf storage.
Bedroom One w: 2.94m x l: 4.85m (w: 9' 8" x l: 15' 11")
large than average double bedroom with built in wardrobe and two double glazed windows to the rear overlooking the garden and field beyond.
Bedroom Two w: 1.75m x l: 3.2m (w: 5' 9" x l: 10' 6")
currently being used as a craft room/ office area. Double glazed window to front aspect and countryside views beyond.
Bathroom w: 1.75m x l: 2.61m (w: 5' 9" x l: 8' 7")
White three piece suite, bath with wall mounted shower over, low level W.C and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated chrome towel rail. Obscure double glazed window to front aspect.
Garage and Parking
garden and parking:
the house is set back in a cul-de-sac, and being an end terrace has the added addition of extra garden around the side. The garden is surrounded by a wooden picket fence at the front and side. which is laid mainly with herringbone pattern bricks to create more of a hard standing low maintenance garden. Although it does have a pond and a few smaller shrubs and flowers.
The rear garden is south facing and is enclosed by a brick wall and fencing. The garden itself is tiered, with the lower tier being laid to gravel, and the upper tiers are decked. There are plenty of small flowers, shrubs and bushes. At the rear of the garden is a gate which leads to the rear pedestrian access for the other properties in the row. Beyond this are fields, so the property is not enclosed or to overlook from the rear. The cul-de-sac has plenty of residential parking, along with easy street parking.
Services & Location
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. The council tax band through Mendip District Council is ''TBC''. For the purposes of plainning your journey, the postcode is: BA4 5RS
About the Area
Within a short distance to the centre of the town. Shepton Mallet offers all the amenities that you would need including Tesco, Aldi, Greggs, Subway and Haskins Department store. Shepton Mallet has a selection of good primary schools as well as the excellent secondary school, Whitstone, and within driving distance of the acclaimed Millfield School, and Collett Park is only a short walk away.
Shepton Mallet is an up and coming area with constant improvements being made to the local community, making it an excellent place to reside.