Beautifully designed, sustainable three-bedroom home set-in sought-after village location with far reaching countryside views. Set on a generous corner plot with ample parking and flexible accommodation.
Enter through the front door into spacious entrance hall with principal rooms off. The kitchen/dining/living room is a bright and spacious room fitted with an array of high specification wall, draw and base cabinets finished with a quartz worktop and built in AEG appliances. A central island divides the room and serves as a breakfast bar for sociable dining. This room is definitely the heart of the home and makes a great space to cook up a feast for family and friends, Savour the cooking process whilst soaking up views over the landscaped garden and open countryside beyond.
To the opposite end of the kitchen is a spacious area which could easily be divided into formal dining and living space. Bi folding doors create a picture-perfect setting and make easy access to the patio ideal for alfresco dining.
From the kitchen, peep through to the laundry room, also fitted with several cabinets and sink, it's perfect for muddy boots and paws and benefits from a separate access.
There are three bright and spacious double bedrooms, two en-suite shower rooms and family bathroom. The family bathroom is fitted with a low-level WC, wash hand basin, bath and spacious walk-in shower.
The property benefits from a large corner plot with wrap around garden, there is ample parking for at least 4-6 cars. A porcelain tile paved footpath leads to the front door with boarders of roses and lawn to each side. Access to the private and generously sized rear garden can be found through gates on either side of the property. The rear garden has been mainly laid to lawn with a large patio ideal for entertaining family or friends. All enclosed by panelled fencing and indigenous hedgerows, the back boundary has purposely been kept low so as to enjoy the uninterrupted far-reaching view of open countryside.
To minimise the ecological footprint and enhance nature a bee block will be incorporated into each property as well as bat boxes both of which are recommendations from a specialist consultant
Not only have the properties been sympathetically designed with their surroundings in mind, they have been carefully crafted for modern living. The properties feature cedar cladding and aluminium coated triple glazed windows all designed for low maintenance and long life.
There are many features throughout the Apple Meadow development which minimise the running costs and reduce the impact on the environment. The developer has thoughtful designed and incorporated many features which include: solar panels with battery storage, a rainwater harvesting system, upgraded insulation and building specifications, underfloor heating throughout, air sourced heat pump and well insulated loft space.
Apple Meadow View lies in the heart of the pretty village of Leigh on Mendip, one of a cluster of villages in the heart of the Mendip hills. Nearby, Frome is one of the South West's leading market towns and has become a "foodie hipster haven" due to the influx of young families, with St Catherine's Hill at the centre of the artisan quarter. The town has a comprehensive choice of retail outlets and all the usual amenities. Other local amenities include Babington House, (Soho House’s country mansion), the Hauser and Wirth Art Gallery and Roth Bar in Bruton, the upmarket pubs, the Talbot Inn and the Holcombe Inn, and a village shop and post office both 5 minutes away in Mells. Local supermarkets include Sainsbury in Frome and Tesco and Aldi in Shepton Mallet as well as Waitrose in the nearby City of Wells. Local primary schools include Mells C of E first school, Leigh on Mendip first school and Stoke St Michael Primary. Independent schools include All Hallows, Downside, the Bath schools including Prior Park, Monkton Combe and King Edwards and the Bruton schools that include Bruton School for Girls, Sexeys and King's.Transport links are good with a railway station in Frome that connects to Westbury and from there direct to London Paddington or the South West. Also direct train to London Paddington from Castle Cary in 1.5 hours (20 minutes/ 11 miles to station) Motorway links - A303, A36, M3, M5. Bristol airport 20 miles.