12 Cheddar Road, Axbridge, Somerset BS26 2DL
The detached house stands well back from the road within its own very generous garden and includes an entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, a second reception room (ideal as a dining room or study), kitchen /breakfast room, utility room and on the first floor 4 bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside there's plenty of parking space, a rear garage and a large but very manageable garden.
Axbridge benefits from its bypass and has little through traffic on Cheddar road which runs eastwards from the town centre. No 12 stands well back from the road in a gently elevated and south facing position.
The sitting room is very bright and sunny having a double aspect and there's plenty of space to use jointly as a dining room if required (scope for a hatch from the kitchen). Likewise the second reception room can be a study (as at present) or a separate dining room. There's also plenty of space in the kitchen for the breakfast table.
The front door opens into the entrance hall with the staircase and further back the cloakroom with a basin and wc.
A part glazed door opens from the hall into the 25ft. dual aspect sitting room which has a large picture window and a stone chimneybreast with an inset gas fire.
The study leads off the hall as does the kitchen and breakfast room. This is fitted with a range of floor and wall cupboards, peninsular breakfast bar, work surfaces, sink unit and appliances including a microwave, double oven, four ring electric hob and an extractor.
A door opens through into a utility room with the boiler, a sink unit, wall cupboard, garden door and space and plumbing for a washing machine.
The staircase rises to the first floor where there are 4 bedrooms and a bathroom.
Both front bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and one has a balcony with great views. One of the back bedrooms has a built in wardrobe and the family bathroom is partly tiled with a basin, wc, bath and tiled shower.
In front of the house is a large attractive and practical paved driveway providing plenty of parking space. It's flanked by a lawn, flower beds and conifers.To the side the garden continues and there's a neat greenhouse. Further back is the vegetable garden which is now clear and cultivated for a new owner to plant or lawn. A path leads to the rear Garage (light and power) and there's a walled courtyard at the back of the house approached from the utility room.
About the area
About the area
Axbridge is a charming medieval town on the sheltered south side of the Mendip Hills. It centres around a medieval square which is surrounded with historic buildings all overlooked by the 13th century church. The square is the focal point of many events including the monthly farmer’s market. There is a post office, florist, chemist, local shop and a number of pubs and restaurants. The Oak House is ‘Michelin’ star rated. The local first school is highly recommended and commended by Ofsted. Close by is the reservoir with its own sailing club. The smallest town in Somerset, Axbridge is at the foot of the Mendip Hills and is situated 10 miles from the coast, 10 miles from Wells and just 18 miles from Bristol City Centre.
From the centre go eastwards out of the town and the house is on the left hand side at the the junction with Hippisley Drive.
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