11 Silver Street, Cheddar, BS27 3LE
11 Silver Street is a very attractive semi-detached double fronted stone cottage believed to date back to the late 17th early 18th century, not listed. The central doorway has a covered stone and glazed porch with decorative floor tiling. The cottage is south facing and is light and airy and has many period details including beamed ceilings and an inglenook fireplace. There is double glazing fitted 10 years ago, gas central heating and fast BT broadband.
The cottage includes a hall, sitting room, dining room or study or 3rd bedroom , kitchen, breakfast area, two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside is a private courtyard garden and an adjoining parking space for one car.
Silver Street is within one of the prime residential areas in the older part of the popular village of Cheddar in easy walking distance of the schools and village amenities.
The front door opens to the tiled hallway with a central staircase to the first floor.
On the right of the hall is a dining room/study, this is a light filled room with wooden floors, recessed shelving and a lovely window seat. On the opposite side of the hall is the comfortable sitting room, full of character with beams, an inglenook stone fireplace with multi fuel wood burner, wooden floors, recessed shelving, a useful understairs storage cupboard and shutters which open to the kitchen area. Two original stone steps rise from the sitting room in to the Westwood Interiors kitchen which has a good range of units, wooden worktops, kitchen sink, integrated Kenwood dishwasher, AEG combination microwave, electric oven, and gas hob with ventilation hood. Leading from the kitchen is a pleasant breakfast area, which also provides a utility space with plumbing for a washing machine tucked away in the understairs cupboard, there is an electric fan heater and access to the courtyard garden through a half glazed stable door.
The staircase rises from the hall to a very attractive light filled beamed landing which has a good sized airing cupboard. There are two spacious double bedrooms, both are filled with light, the main bedroom has an attractive period fireplace, built in wardrobes, and drawer and shelf units. TV point and loft access. The second bedroom has a large shelved storage cupboard. The family bathroom has a corner shower cubicle, bath, wc, sink and large mirrored storage cupboard.
The private courtyard garden is surrounded by a Jacksons weaved wooden fence. This is a sunny spot with space for a table and chairs to enjoy outside dining, it has a range of planting including an apple tree, there is a shed with power and lighting providing great storage and a log store. There is also a useful external Belfast sink. A shared drive way to the side of the cottage provides access to a parking space for one car and further log storage.
Freehold, not listed
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage
Gas central heating, new Valiant gas boiler installed August 2022
Council tax C
About the Area
Cheddar is a renowned holiday destination and a very popular residential area.
The village itself has a wide range of shops to cater for everyday needs, a bank and Post Office as well as doctor and dentist surgeries. There is a three-tier school system where children up to the age of nine attend the First School, then move on to Fairlands Middle School and finally on to The Kings of Wessex Academy and all these schools are within the village. The Kings Fitness and Leisure Centre adjoining the Kings of Wessex Academy offers an extensive range of activities for all the family and has an indoor heated swimming pool. There are also a number of village sports clubs and societies to cater for everyone.
Situated at the foot of the Mendip Hills, Cheddar is an ideal base from which to enjoy wonderful country walks. Road links are excellent, with easy access to the A38. Bristol is only 30 minutes away and the M5 motorway approximately 20 minutes. Public transport is well represented with a bus service passing through the village every hour linking Cheddar with Axbridge, Weston Super Mare and Wells. Bristol International Airport is 25 minutes away. Please note, the village is not under the flight path therefore aircraft noise is not a consideration for residents. Local attractions include Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole Caves, Glastonbury Tor, the Cathedral City of Wells and the seaside at Weston Super Mare.
Proceeding into Cheddar on the Axbridge Road continue into the village turning left at the crossroads into Hannay Road. Proceed straight on and take the first right into Kent Street onto Silver Street and 11 Silver Street can be found on your left hand side shortly after the Kings head Public House.
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Leading from the kitchen is a pleasant breakfast area, which also provides a utility space with plumbing for a washing machine tucked away in the understairs cupboard, there is an electric fan heater and access to the courtyard garden through a half glazed stable door.