The Owners have newly refurbished this property giving it the perfect blend of period character and modern living.
Through the front door is a porch which is the perfect size for storing coats and shoes. Continuing into the hallway with original flagstone floor are the doors into the lounge and kitchen diner.
The lounge is flooded with light from its dual aspect windows. The owners have installed a log burner giving the room a great focal point and giving the space a cosy feel. The lounge has been decorated to a high standard and have had brand new carpets laid. Off of the lounge is a further sitting room and study.
The Owners Love – The sellers bought this house because they wanted more space and were excited for a renovation project. They are most proud of the knock through of the old coal shed which then meant they could have a utility room. The wall was over a meter thick! They love the local community which is a real tight knit group and everyone is on hand to help if needed. Unfortunately, they are going to miss the amazing walks. As soon as they open their doors they are surrounded by beauty, local beaches, fields and wetlands. They would definitely recommend this house for anyone that has a love of the outdoors.
Upstairs the 4 bedrooms are all good-sized doubles each laid with new carpet and freshly decorated with a nod to the period features such as wood beams and Victorian fireplace. The master bedroom benefits from dual aspect which floods the room with natural light and offers incredible panoramic views.
The large family bathroom benefits from newly installed white suite which includes W/C, sink and L shape bath with shower over.
Matt Loves – This house is amazing! The owners have really done an amazing job of the refurbishment. They have made this house work for modern living but without taking away the properties period charm. The location is amazing. It is proper countryside living and comes with plenty of land, but if that’s not enough, you can still walk to the coastline which has pebble and sand beaches.
The kitchen diner is a remarkable space. Bright and airy with dual aspect the kitchen has brand new contemporary white units and grey quarts worktop. Alongside ample storage there is integrated dishwasher and belfast sink. The kitchen diner has been finished to an impeccable standard with new flooring, charming period beam and vertical wall radiator. There is space for a six-seat dining table in front of the French doors which benefits from panoramic views across the countryside.
Off of the kitchen diner is the utility room which includes a second sink and ample units for storage and stores the rest of the white goods. There is also a downstairs W/C and the back door.
Through the French doors, outside to the rear of the property is a good-sized enclosed garden with patio area for seating and entertaining and large grass area. Over the stile is a further three fields which make up the rest of the land. Overall, this beautiful property sits on an impressive 4 acres of land.
There is a large driveway with plenty of parking and a newly built double garage with power and lighting. The garage has roller garage door and also French doors at the rear which lead to the back garden.
Fact: The town got its name when William the Conqueror gifted the village and bridge to Walter of Douai (Walters Bridge).Bridgwater is a historic market town located in somerset. Famous for its annual winter carnival which dates back to the original gunpowder plot in 1605 making it the oldest event of its type. With the massive boost to the economy in recent years due to the investment in Hinkley Point, Bridgwater has seen exciting development making it one of the most up and coming places to live in Somerset. With an array of great shops, excellent night life and proximity to stunning countryside, Bridgwater is quickly becoming one of the most popular towns to live in.