4 OPENSHAW GARDENS, CHEDDAR, BS27 3FL
A splendid 4 bedroom home in a quiet residential cul de sac, well away from busy roads whilst in easy reach of all the amenities of Cheddar.
The house has plenty of living space, a great kitchen/dining/family room and plenty of bedrooms and bathrooms. It includes a hall, cloakroom, sitting room, study, the exceptional kitchen /dining room, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Openshaw Gardens has a great location in the heart of Cheddar, in easy walking distance of the shops, schools and other amenities but well away from busy roads. It’s a very pleasant and friendly area.
There are a small number of properties in the cul de sac and No. 4 is a handsome 2 storey building with rendered elevations under a slated roof. It has a particularly attractive frontage with traditional railings.
Built in 2012 under an NHBC warranty the house is well designed and generously sized and appointed. It has high performance double glazing, gas central heating and solar panels. These factors and the insulation all contribute to the very high and thereby very economic EPC rating of 82 Band B.
The front door opens into a hall with the staircase, understairs cupboard and the cloakroom with a basin and wc. To the left is a large light and airy 17’9’’ sitting room with a double aspect and French doors to the rear garden. To the right of the hall is a study, ideal as a home office or dining room and also useful if an additional bedroom is required.
At the end of the hall a door opens into the large kitchen/dining/family room which has a great deal of space and French doors to the garden. There’s ample room for a table and chairs and a great range of fitted units and appliances. These include a gas hob, extractor, double oven and dishwasher.
Upstairs the landing has a linen cupboard and serves all the bedrooms. The main bedroom has fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room. The second bedroom also has an en suite shower room.
In addition there are 2 other bedrooms – 4 in all- and a family bathroom.
There is also access to the loft space which is fully insulated and is accessed via a ladder which is included in the sale.
To the side of the house is the garage with a parking area in front of it. The front garden is neat, well landscaped and maintained. At the back of the house is pleasant garden bounded by a thick hedge and with a lawn and terrace approached by French doors from the house. There is also a strip of land on the east side of the house currently being used as a vegetable garden.
The property has a service charge for ground maintenance of communal spaces and this amounts to around £300 per year payable in two instalments.
Council tax band F.
EPC Rating 82 Band (B)
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, banks, a 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.
From the Market Cross in Cheddar Village at the junction of Church Street, Union Street and Bath Street, proceed in a North Easterly direction along the A371 in the direction of Axbridge. Continue along this road passing the turning to Wedmore on the left and then take the sixth turning on the right into Barrows Road. Take the second turning on the left into Barrow Park and follow the road down and around to the right into Openshaw Gardens where No. 4 will be found on the left hand side
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