90 FOXGLOVE HEIGHTS, (A Holborn Design) WELLS, SOMERSET, BA5
Glastonbury 6 miles, Wedmore 8 miles, Frome 16 miles, Bristol 20 miles, Bath 20 miles
A splendid brand new detached 5 bedroom house in an exclusive area within easy walking distance of schools and the centre of Wells.
The house includes a reception hall with cloakroom (wc and basin), sitting room, snug (or study) and a huge, well fitted 32 ft. kitchen/dining/living room with 2 sets of French doors to a sunny garden.
On the first floor are 5 bedrooms, a bathroom and 2 en suite shower rooms.
Outside there’s parking for 2 cars, a double garage and an enclosed garden ideal for children and pets.
The property is within a high-quality residential area with access to footpaths through the beautiful countryside and to Wookey Hold Road which leads into Wells and its amenities including schools.
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Foxglove Heights is a brand-new residential area on the northern side of the City with easy driving and walking access into the centre. No. 90 is in one of the prime areas of Foxglove Heights with access to a huge network of footpaths through the countryside and the renowned Mendip Hills which are an AONB.
This is a handsome, architect designed, house with generous, well planned and well-appointed accommodation with lots of living space and plenty of bedrooms.
Also, there are the big benefits of gas central heating and double glazing. These factors all combine to give the highly economic EPC grading of 86 Band B.
The front door opens to a hall with an understairs store cupboard and a cloakroom with a basin and wc. Immediately ahead is the heart of the house being the superb kitchen/dining/living room.
Firstly, it’s a very big room with two sets of double French doors (to the well fenced garden), a well-appointed kitchen area and plenty of space for a dining table, sofas and chairs.
The kitchen area is fitted with an extensive range of cupboards and drawers, worksurfaces, sink and appliances including a dishwasher, cooker, extractor, fridge and freezer.
Also on the ground floor are a large sitting room and a snug (or study) providing further living space.
The staircase rises from the hall to the first floor and to a central landing with a linen cupboard.
The principal bedroom is a good size and has an en suite shower room. There are 4 other bedrooms, another en suite shower room and the family bathroom.
The property has a neat front garden, a good size and sunny rear garden plus a double garage and 2 parking spaces.
Mains water, gas, drainage and electricity. Gas central heating. Double glazing.
EPC Rating 86 Band (B). Council tax band not yet assessed.
Locks. Three-point locks and window locks. Smoke detectors wired to mains.
According to research by NHBC newbuild homes constructed to today’s standards save more than £1400 a year on energy bills compared to neighbours in older homes
High-performance insulation together with Space4 construction, an efficient boiler and attention to airtightness and ventilation during the construction process can mean 59% less gas than the average home in the UK. Further details from the agents.
From our office continue along Priory Road. At the junction carry straight on to the roundabout and take the third exit. Continue to and through the next traffic lights and at the traffic lights beyond turn left onto Portway. Continue, ignore the fork which is the road to Wedmore. Stay on the main road and take the right turn into Foxglove Heights.
Continue down the hill and take the first right turn. Continue down the hill and take the 4th left turn.
Continue and enter the second left small cul de sac. No.90 is at the end.
About the area
Wells is the smallest city in England (population about 11,000), situated in beautiful countryside between the Somerset levels and the Mendip Hills – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The medieval city centre has superb local markets twice a week, good restaurants, a thriving high street and many important ancient buildings, including its outstanding gothic Cathedral and moated Bishops Palace and gardens.
The city has a full calendar of live performance events and hosts annual festivals for Music, Literature, Art and Food. It has a strong and active community with many societies and clubs, as well as a great selection of sporting facilities including Wells Leisure Centre, Wells Rugby Club, Tennis club, Bowling club and Golf course. There are four major supermarkets on the edge of the city as well as a wholefood deli with a refill store.
There is a selection of excellent state & independent schools in the area, which includes several good primary schools within the city and in the surrounding villages, Wells Blue School, Strode College, Wells Cathedral School, Sidcot, Downside, All Hallows and Millfield.
The major towns of the area, Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within commuting distance. Wells is a transport hub for bus services, including daily services to London. Main line trains run from Castle Cary and Bristol International Airport is 35 minutes’ drive away.
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