A lovely three bedroom detached bungalow in a quiet cul-de-sac in the village of Norton St. Philip. Deceptively spacious and immaculately presented throughout. Just some of the redeeming features are large through lounge/dining room, modern open-plan kitchen dining area, cosy snug with log burner and stunning well stocked south facing gardens.
A dwarf stone wall borders the well manicured front lawn with an abundance of pot plants and established shrubs. The hardstanding driveway affords level access parking for at least three vehicles and access to the detached garage. You enter the property into a nice size entrance hallway which provides access to the lounge, kitchen and bedrooms. The lounge is of a very good size and with triple aspect windows making it an extremely light seating area with a feature gas fire place. The modern fitted kitchen has been usefully opened up to provide a family sized dining area too. The kitchen provides back door access to the garden and you will also find a cloakroom and snug room. The snug is a cosy new addition with views and patio doors to the garden, and a feature wood burner for those colder evenings. Back to the entrance hallway and you have access to three good size bedrooms and a modern fitted bathroom with large shower cubicle. The loft is of a very good size and could have potential for conversion (stpp) otherwise plenty of storage space and also includes Velux window to the rear aspect.The rear garden is an absolute delight with further manicured lawns, pot plants and established shrubs and beds. A stone paver patio provides a glorious south facing seating area for those al fresco moments with friends. The detached garage has also been extended to the rear to provide a useful workshop with power and lighting.
Norton St Philip is a quaint village in Somerset located equally 7 miles from City of Bath and the market town of Frome. This quintessential village is in the district of Mendip and provides glorious views of the surrounding Mendip hills.Locally the highly recommended George Inn, one of a number of establishments that claims to be Britain's oldest tavern, and is located in the centre of the village. It was built in the 14th or 15th century, as a wool store for the priory at neighbouring Hinton Charterhouse and to accommodate travellers and merchants coming to the annual wool fairs that were held in the village from the late 13th century until 1902. The local church of St Philip and St James dates from the 14th century with restoration in 1847 by Sir George Gilbert Scott. It has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed building. Recently the village also provided a small supermarket but as we understand it this is currently closed but could well return in the near future. You will however also find a small farm shop. There is an hourly bus service running though the village by First Group which will take you either to Bath or Frome. Travel time to both Bath or Frome is under 25 minutes.Local attractions include Longleat near Warminster, Babington House and Stourhead gardens
Double glazed opaque glass door to front aspect, access to hallway through further glazed door.
With door to three bedrooms, reception and kitchen diner and shower room, laminated floor throughout, feature dado rail, fire alarm, telephone point, wall mounted radiator with radiator cover, loft access.
Spacious extended lounge with double glazed windows to both front and side aspect, carpet throughout, dado rail, coving, gas coal effect fire with surround, telephone point, television point, three wall mounted radiators.
Open plan kitchen/ dining area with double glazed windows to rear and side aspects, wood laminated floor to dining area, with large floor to ceiling storage cupboard, wall mounted radiator, television point, coving, open access to kitchen with a range of wall and base units, integrated dish washer, space for fridge freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, stone quarry tile effect vinyl floor throughout, large built in airing cupboard with wall mounted radiator storage shelves and combi boiler, tiled splash back throughout.
Double glazed opaque window to side aspect, wall mounted radiator, neutrally tiled throughout, white suite comprising low level w.C, wash hand basin, laminate floor.
Second reception/ Winter room
Large double glazed patio doors opening into the rear garden, double glazed window overlooking rear garden, carpet throughout, free standing log burner, television point, spot lights, radiator.
With access to cloakroom, second reception, kitchen and rear garden.
Double glazed windows to front aspect, carpet throughout, wall mounted radiator, coving, television point.
Double glazed window to rear aspect overlooking back garden, carpet throughout, wall mounted radiator, coving.
Currently used as a study, double glazed window to front aspect, carpet throughout, telephone point, coving.
White bathroom suite comprising low level w.C, wash hand basin with built in storage, enclosed shower cubicle with mains shower, neutrally tiled throughout, vinyl floor, spot lights, coving, double glazed opaque window to rear aspect.
Beautifully presented with spacious patio seating area, laid to lawn with raised flower beds to the boarders containing a range of mature shrubs, greenhouse, garden shed, access to the front of the property using two side access points, access to garage with up and over door, access to work shop with power points and lighting.
Beautifully presented garden partially laid to lawn with raised flower beds, tarmac driveway with parking for at least five cars, access to rear garden and garage.
Garage - 16' 1'' x 9' 3'' (4.90m x 2.82m)
Workshop - 7' 4'' x 9' 3'' (2.23m x 2.82m)
Standard broadband: Up to 17Mb (estimated speed: 2Mb)
You will have to pay £9,750.00 in stamp duty.You pay no stamp duty on the first £125,000, then 2% on £125,000 to £250,000 and 5% above £250,000.Your effective stamp duty rate is 2.47%.
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