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Wells Road, Draycott, Cheddar - BS27 3ST


Guide Price £600,000


Type: Detached House

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 3

Receptions: 3


Detached period property with stunning views. Beautifully presented with 5 double bedrooms, 3 receptions plus a separate utility room & 3 bathrooms all arranged over 3 floors. Established private gardens & off road parking for up to 4 cars.

  • Detached period property dating back to 1832
  • Breathtakingly uninterrupted countryside views
  • 5 double bedrooms & 3 reception rooms
  • Modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room plus separate utility room & larder
  • Family bathroom, 2 en-suite bathrooms & downstairs cloackroom
  • Original features throughout the property
  • Private & secluded gardens with mature borders & areas to enjoy the spectacular views
  • Potential to extend
  • Desirable village location with public transport links
  • Catchment area for Kings of Wessex

Overview

GUIDE PRICE £600,000

Property Description: This wonderful property brings to the market it's exceptional uninterrupted views together with it's period character. Believed to date back to 1832, this property has exciting potential for some original features to be restored to their former glory together with the new owners to take advantage of the versatile accommodation within the house as well as the potential to extend to the side creating a large kitchen/breakfast room with direct access to the outside. The welcoming entrance hall gives access to all of the downstairs reception rooms. Upon entry, the kitchen/breakfast room is located towards the front of the property and showcases the stunning views perfectly through a large window to the front. The kitchen /breakfast is divided by split levels. The upper levels houses the modern fitted kitchen. There are plenty of wall and base units for storage and a breakfast bar for convenient dining. There is a gas range cooker, space for an American fridge freezer and plumbing and space for a dishwasher. There is strategically placed tiling throughout the kitchen area and an original beam across the ceiling. To the lower level of this room there is enough space for dining furniture. Just off of this room is access to the larder cupboard and the separate utility room which has plumbing and space for both a washing machine and a tumble dryer. Next to the utility room is a downstairs cloakroom. The 23ft living room is beautifully lit by it's dual aspect with a window to the side and a large window to the front allowing in the wonderful uninterrupted countryside views. The dining room runs along the back of the property and has a door that leads to the outside area. To the first floor, there are four double bedrooms. The main bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and two large windows to the front of the property so that you can wake up to the breath taking views from the elevated position. This room also has an ornate cast iron fireplace which is currently not in use. Completing this floor is the fully tiled family bathroom with it's fresh white suite that includes a P-shaped bath with a shower over together with the luxury of underfloor heating. To the top floor there is a great space for a principle suite. The room stretching over 29ft in width includes two Velux windows and an en-suite bathroom.


Outside: This property is fully enclosed with established gardens wrapping around the whole property. The driveway gives enough space to park up to four cars and has steps that lead you up to path, accessed through an iron gate. This path takes you round to the front door. The private decked area located at the front of the property is a fantastic area to enjoy alfresco entertaining while you all take in the beautiful countryside views. At the side of the property, there are steps that lead you to the lawned garden. This area gives even more privacy to enjoy those views. Another path leads through to the main garden that is positioned towards the side of the property. The garden is split level and mainly laid to lawn with the utmost privacy provided by the established trees, shrubs and hedging.


Location: Draycott is a small rural village listed in the Domesday Book, close to the village of Cheddar (2 miles) on the southern edge of the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Draycott Sleight nature reserve has now been designated as a Site of Special Scientific interest. Draycott is well known as a major strawberry producer. The now disused railway line that ran through the village, the Strawberry Line, is now a popular cycle route linking this southern side of the Mendips from Wells to Yatton. There is even a pub located opposite the old railway station called The Strawberry Special. There is a distinctive pinkish tinge to the stone that makes up this area and it is known locally as Draycott Marbleā€, a dolomitic conglomerate that was quarried quite close by at Draycott quarry. There is a useful village store and post office in nearby Rodney Stoke as well as all the various fruit and vegetable market stalls found along this popular route offering you the opportunity to buy your produce from a local producer. The Rodney Stoke Inn can be found here too so you are spoilt for choice, not to mention the popular Cider Barn where you can sample some local cider or pick up a sour dough Pizza. Draycott and Rodney Stoke have an excellent First School which in turn feeds to Fairlands and Kings of Wessex Academy, part of the popular Wessex Learning Trust. There is an active thriving community space at Draycott Memorial Hall with a playing field and play area. There are fabulous walks right on the doorstep up through the Mendips behind the impressive Cheddar Gorge. Or if you are feeling more adventurous why not try the Mendip Gliding Club for spectacular views as you soar over the Somerset Levels from just above Draycott Steep. An easy route to Wells (approx. 6 miles) with regular bus services and only a short drive to Bristol Airport (approx. 12 miles)


Directions: www.google.co.uk/maps - BS27 3ST


Council Tax: To check council tax for this property, please refer to www.gov.uk/council-tax-bands


Local Authority: Mendip District Council 0300 303 8588


Services: Gas central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity.


Tenure: This property is freehold and is sold with vacant possession upon completion



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Wells Road, Draycott, Cheddar - BS27 3ST

 Detached House
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FOR SALE
Guide Price £600,000


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