The house was built in 2017 by Bloor Homes and has been loved and cared for by the current owners from new. You enter through the front door into the entrance hall with space for coats and shoes. Stairs rise to the first floor and doors opening to the principal room. The living area is slightly open plan to the kitchen and is situated at the front of the house with windows to the front aspect. Adjacent to the living room is a downstairs WC.


The kitchen is located at the rear of the house and benefits from a variety of modern fitted wall and base units with work surfaces over and inset sink with drainer. There is a range of built in appliances including a built in oven, induction hob with cooker hood over, and space for a fridge/freezer, dishwasher and a washing machine. There is ample cupboard space and good-sized French doors to the rear aspect which floods the room with natural light on bright sunny days and offers easy access out to the rear patio area.


Upstairs, on the first floor landing, there are doors to the bedrooms and family bathroom. The master is fitted with wardrobes and enjoys en-suite facilities including a large walk in shower, WC, and washbasin. The second bedroom is a good size single room and overlooks the front. The family bathroom is partially tiled and is fitted with a three-piece suite including WC, wash basin and bath as well as a heated towel rail. The current vendors converted the loft which adds a good size double with a large Velux window looking out to the rear.


Libby Loves - “I visited the house on a bright day, and I was really taken by how nicely the dual aspect living area fills with natural light! With the French doors opening directly onto the patio, this is an ideal set up for indoor/outdoor living with friends and family. The loft conversion is also very impressive with lots of space with a large Velux window, making it a lovely bright room.”


Outside, to the rear of the property there is a lovely, low maintenance garden, which enjoys a good degree of privacy considering the estate setting. Initially, there is a patio area, which leads onto an artificial lawn and is enclosed by timber fenced boarders. There is a rear gate with access to the front of the property with spaces for two vehicles.


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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