2 Bedroom Terraced House

May Cottage, Moorland Street, AXBRIDGE, Somerset


£370,000

This lovely period terraced cottage is situated in the popular medieval town of Axbridge and benefits from having no onward chain. The cottage is in a quiet location and consists of lounge, kitchen, dining area, two double bedrooms and family bathroom. Outside there is a lovely long country cottage style garden with a single garage at the end accessed via a private lane and backs on to a large open common / playing field.

Period Cottage
Kitchen
Dining area
Lounge with log burner
Two double bedrooms
Family bathroom
Single garage / Workshop
Quiet village location
Close to local amenities


Entrance
Solid wooden front door with small decorative glass panel leads into the entrance hall which has the original flagstone floor tiles. There is an alcove for coats and shoes. Straight on leads to the dining room and kitchen, and there is a door leading to the lounge.

Kitchen
This galley style kitchen has a large double glazed window looking out to the rear cottage garden. There are also two skylights helping flood this room with natural daylight. Benefits from wall and base units with worktop over with inset stainless steel one and half sink with drainers and mixer tap. There is space for an oven, washing machine and fridge-freezer. A half double glazed door leads out to the garden. Measures 14'3" x 6'4" (4.33m x 1.94m).

Dining Room
Leading off the kitchen, this room has a feature open fireplace and stairs to first floor. A window opening in the back wall looks into the kitchen, with a view from the window beyond into the garden. Measures 12'1" x 10' (3.68m x 3.06m).

Lounge
Located off the entrance hall, it benefits from an open fireplace fitted with a gas effect log burner stove, the floor has been exposed to the original floor boards. A double glazed partially obscured window looks out to the front aspect. Measures 13'10" x 13'3" (4.21m x 4.05m).

Landing
Stairs lead to a large landing area that was previously used as an office area and has a double glazed window with views across the rear garden. Off the landing are doors to the family bathroom and two double bedrooms.

Bedroom One
This double bedroom benefits from built in wardrobes and a double glazed window to the front aspect. Measures 13'10" x 10'6" (4.21m x 3.20m).

Bedroom Two
Measures 12'8" x 7'6" (3.85m x 2.14m) and has a double glazed window to the front aspect.

Bathroom
White three piece bathroom suite consisting of, bath with shower over, low level W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin. There is also a heated towel rail and a small obscure double glazed window to the rear aspect. Measure 6'10" x 5'5" (2.10m x 1.66m).

Garden
Long cottage garden with plenty of mature shrubs, bushes and flowers, among them are fruit trees such as plum, fig, apple and pear, blackcurrant and redcurrant bushes and towards the end of the garden are raised vegetable beds and a herb garden. There is also a small ornamental pond.

Garage
At the rear of the garden, and via a private vehicle access lane, is a single garage / workshop, measures 18'8" x 12' (5.70m x 3.66m). Accessed from the garden, with and electric up and over garage door to the private lane at the rear. There is also a window from the garage looking into the garden. From the vehicle access lane, there is also access to the public playing fields.

Services & Location
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. The council tax band through Sedgemoor District Council is: 'TBC'. For the purpose of planning your journey, the postcode for this property is: 'BS26 2BA'.

About the Area
The medieval town of Axbridge is widely known as the smallest and prettiest town in the Mendips. Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty with views towards Cheddar Gorge and the Mendips. Axbridge has shops and a post office. There is a pharmacy, a doctor's surgery and a primary school. In addition there are pubs and restaurants. This property is in the catchment area of Hugh Sexey C of E Middle School and Kings of Wessex Academy in Cheddar. Independent schools nearby include Sidcot, Wells Cathedral and Millfield. The A38 offers easy access to Bristol and Bristol International Airport, and the M5 motorway is just under 10 miles away.

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