Built to ‘The Bray' design house, by Strongvox Homes in 2017. Steps lead up to the front door and you enter the hallway. The kitchen can be found on the left side of the property and is laid with laminate flooring and fitted with a comprehensive range of modern wall and base units with contrasting work surfaces with inset sink and drainer and an integral gas hob and electric oven with hood. Plumbing is provided for a washing machine and there is space for a fridge freezer. The kitchen window looks forward to the front elevation.


A downstairs cloakroom and extra storage can be found to the right of the property before the entrance to the living room, which is situated to the rear of the property, enjoying double doors opening out to the rear garden. This room benefits from being light and airy with natural light flooding through with ample space for everyday furniture. Stairs rise to the first floor with doors leading to principal rooms.


Bedrooms one and two are both good size double rooms and with en-suites facilities. Bedroom one is fitted with a window looking out to the rear garden and a useful built-in airing cupboard. The en-suite is fitted with a three-piece suite including WC, washbasin, bath with shower head over. Bedroom two is to the front elevation and the en-suite is fitted with a WC, washbasin, and walk-in shower with rain shower over.


What the owner loves- “Being bathed in sunlight all through the day’ ‘the double en suite has provided a great level of privacy for guests, or possible tenant’ ‘the walking, beautiful countryside in all directions, exceedingly accessible, ‘safe and quiet with lovely friendly neighbours”


What Libby loves- “This area of town also benefits from many dog walks and cycle paths. It is a two minute walk down green paths into the heart of the Somerset countryside including stunning walks along the river Tone. Close by is the famous Tone Mill a stunning feat of Victorian engineering, which is now being slowly bought back to life and has some interesting small businesses including a café ,a quirky antiques shop and wonderful Italian restaurant. An ideal purchase for a first time buyer or as an investment.


Outside, the front door is approached via a short path. There is a well-established small area of front garden creating a good level of privacy. The main garden lies to the rear which is accessed via the living room with French doors leading out making this a great entertainment space. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn and has a patio area with a back gate leading to a single garage. The garden also benefits from a few boarders and is fully enclosed by timber fencing. There is an outside tap and light.


Agents Note- There is an annual service charge of approximately £150.


Wellington, Somerset

Fact: Wellington gave its name to the first Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, who is commemorated by the nearby Wellington Monument.

Wellington is a friendly, community-based town situated one mile from junction 26 of the M5 motorway and is just 7 miles from the County town of Taunton with its main-line railway station.  The town offers varied amenities, which include two large sports complexes (Wellington Sports Centre with a 25 m. pool and the Princess Royal Centre located at the local public school); an historic art-deco cinema; a beautifully maintained park with adjoining football pitch, rugby club and children’s recreation ground.

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