The property boast beautiful Victoria features, such as sash and stain glass windows, ceiling roses and beautiful fire places.


Through the front door you are greeted by an impressive entrance hall, from there you have access to the main lounge with feature fireplace and bay window, the kitchen and second reception room which are linked together by a stunning orangery which allows floods of natural light into the perfect entertaining space.


The kitchen features a walk in pantry, and a free standing cooker, and provides access to the utility room and the annexe.


The annexe is fully functioning with one bedroom, its own shower room, kitchenette and lounge.


Up the grand staircase you will find a separate WC, a family bathroom with a bath and rainfall shower, and four bedrooms, with built in wardrobes and an en suite to the master.


Externally the property benefits from a block paved driveway, and a west facing garden, with brick built storage and a garage at the bottom.



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.

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