Wells: 01749 670079     Wedmore: 01934 710220     Castle Cary: 01963 351993    

Compton Martin Offers in Excess of £400,000

Under Offer
  • Photo 2
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 1
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 4
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 7
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 8
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 9
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 10
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 11
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 12
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 17
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 13
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 15
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 14
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 5
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 3
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 16
    The Barton Compton Martin
  • Photo 6
    The Barton Compton Martin

Please enter your starting address in the form input below.
Please refresh the page if trying an alternate address.


  • Very popular village & friendly community
  • Period cottage of comfort and character
  • Good living space
  • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms plus attic room
  • Pretty garden with privacy
  • Glorious countryside at hand

A delightful cottage in this popular village on the northern edge of the Mendips near Chew Magna and in easy reach of Bristol.


1 THE BARTON, COMPTON MARTIN, CHEW VALLEY, BS40,6JN

A charming village cottage in the beautiful Chew Valley about 8 miles from Wells and 12 from Bristol.

*

No 1. is a semi detached cottage with great character and includes a large sitting room, kitchen with dining area, 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, en suite shower room and a large attic room. The cottage is light and airy with plenty of windows which flood it with sunshine.

**

Very pretty garden with south and west aspects and lots of privacy.

Location

Located in the heart of the desirable village of Compton Martin. The Chew Valley is renowned for its rural lifestyle with plenty of activities to enjoy with spectacular country walks, fishing on Blagdon Lake and sailing at Chew Valley Lake. Within the village there is a strong community spirit hosting a range of events throughout the year. The 'Ring O Bells' pub hosts a range of festivals, village events and family fun days, and very much adds to the community spirit. St Michael's church is a friendly village church which also hosts a number of social events. Just a short distance is the village hall, the venue for many events No. 1 has pedestrian access from The Barton on the east side and there is also access on the west side from Tinkers Lane.

Description

This is a period cottage which has been sympathetically improved over the years and is a well presented home with style and comfort ideal for easy and economic living with double glazing and mains gas central heating.

Accommodation

The large 19 ft. sitting room has a fireplace with a woodburning stove, the staircase, a store cupboard and a door through into the kitchen and dining area. Again, plenty of character, beams, floor tiles, fitted cupboards, shelving, timber worksurfaces, sink unit, and a Rangemaster range cooker with gas hobs and electric ovens. There’s space for other appliances, plenty of natural light and also room for a dining table and chairs. A side hall has a tiled floor, garden door and a door into the bathroom. This has a tiled floor, hand basin, wc and a bath.

First & second floors

The staircase leads from the sitting room to a landing and 3 bedrooms. The main bedroom is on the west side and has a walk-in wardrobe and an en suite with a hand basin, wc and shower cubicle. An added feature are the great views. There are 2 other bedrooms and form one of these a ladder stairs leads to the attic room which has flooring, a velux roof light and plenty of storage and scope for other uses.

Outside

French doors from the kitchen open to a decking terrace with lovely rural views and room for al fresco dining and relaxation. To the side of the house is a well landscaped walled garden screened by a high hedge. The garden has a lawn, pathways flower and shrub beds together with a greenhouse and shed. A side gate leads to the front of the house and steps from the terrace lead down to the lane and a storage area beneath the terrace.

Other points

Freehold. EPC 45 (E). Council Tax Band D. Mains services, Gas central heating. Double glazing. The property is not listed. Compton Martin is a conservation area.

Directions

The A368 runs along the north side of the Mendip Hills. Approaching from the east (Chewton Mendip and the Harptrees) enter the village, pass the village hall and No. 1 is a short distance along on the right.

Important Notice

Roderick Thomas, their clients and any joint agents state that these details are for general guidance only and accuracy cannot be guaranteed. They do not constitute any part of any contract. All measurements are approximate and floor plans are to give a general indication only and are not measured accurate drawings. No guarantees are given with regard to planning permission or fitness for purpose. No apparatus, equipment, fixture or fitting has been tested. Items shown in photographs are not necessarily included. Buyers must rely on information passed between the solicitors with regard to items included in the sale. Purchasers must satisfy themselves on all matters by inspection or otherwise. VIEWINGS Interested parties are advised to check availability and current situation prior to travelling to see any property.


Click to enlarge

Name Location Type Distance
The Barton Compton Martin
Bristol BS40 6JN
County: Bath And North East Somerset
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: 00004336