Beautifully presented two bedroom home situated in the popular South Horrington Village. The property benefits from two generous bedrooms, sitting room, stylish kitchen and bathroom, communal gardens and parking for two cars. Ideal for first time buyers.
This characterful home sits in small, quiet courtyard of just four properties. Access to the home is through the front porch which is ideal for coats and shoes. You then enter the dual aspect, open plan living space which provides ample room for sitting and dining the large windows flood the room with natural daylight and offer a pleasant view over the garden.
The stylish bespoke kitchen sits at the rear of the property and was replaced in 2016, the current owner has taken time to consider the best use of space to create a kitchen any budding chef would be proud of. There are an array of 400mm extra deep, light coloured wall, base and draw units finished with solid oak worktop. There is a built in electric oven with gas hob, Belfast sink and space for a freestanding fridge-freezer and washing machine.
Stairs rise to the first floor where you will find an impressive landing with high ceilings. The principle bedroom is a bright room that is situated at the front of the property, with feature long drop-high windows. The second bedroom features a raised sleeping deck that increases the floor. There is also a most useful built in wardrobe. The family bathroom has been beautifully finished and benefits from a white modern suite comprising a bath, overhead shower, low level WC and wash hand basin.
Communal gardens surround the property with lawns and array of mature plants and shrubs. There are two allocated parking spaces which are numbered off Moffats Drive.
Dating back to the mid-19th century, this light, spacious and characterful Grade II listed building formed part of the former Mendip hospital complex, originally designed by Sir Gilbert Scott. The complex and as is stands was converted into beautiful mews houses and apartments in the 1990's.
South Horrington is situated on the edge of Wells and is well placed for those looking to commute to Bath or Bristol.
Wells is England's smallest City lying at the foot of the Mendip Hills. The City centre is well known for its bustling High Street and Market Place within which there is a twice weekly produce market. Wells' most famous landmark, the Cathedral, stands in a commanding position on the Eastern side of the town and is within a stone's throw of all major facilities. Wells offers excellent schooling at all levels, both state and private with the City also represented by four major supermarkets including Waitrose.
Mendip District Council
Council Tax Band - C
Building Regulation consent was granted in 2015/2016 for the conversion of the loft into a physiotherapy room with shower room.
John Lewis bespoke fitted blinds to the sitting room only
100% wool carpet from John Lewis fitted throughout.
All mains connected
Gas combi boiler installed in 2013
Leasehold, 999 years commencing 1st January 1995
Twice yearly management charge (period July- December 2022)
£704.72 plus £299.64 reserve contribution = £1004.36
Ground rent £75 per year to be reviewed 1st January 2028