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Upper North Street, Cheddar Offers in the Region Of £625,000

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  • 4 Bedroom Character Property
  • Master bedroom with ensuite
  • Large family bathroom
  • Kitchen/diner
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Games room
  • Annexe
  • Walled garden
  • Double garage
  • Parking for several cars

An impressive Victorian house in a quiet setting in the heart of Cheddar. Great accommodation & a self-contained adjoining annexe. THE VALUE OF YOUR HOUSE - READ FURTHER



A really impressive and pleasing Victorian house in a quiet setting in the heart of Cheddar. Lancaster house offers great accommodation and in addition there's a self-contained adjoining annexe. The house includes an entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, play room (or study), kitchen with adjoining breakfast room, utility, 2 basement games rooms and on the first floor three bedrooms and two bathrooms. In addition there is a large attic room currently used as a bedroom with a huge amount of space.


Adjacent is a large double garage and the annexe which includes a kitchen/living room, first floor sitting room, bedroom and bathroom. Outside in addition to the double garage there is parking space, neat front and rear gardens and a large walled rear garden with outbuildings. Upper North Street is in the heart of Cheddar and is a quiet, well regarded residential area. Lancaster House sits comfortably within its mainly walled garden and is a handsome stone house, with garaging, parking, garden and annexe.




The front door opens into a porch with panelling, beams, a tiled floor and leads through into the hallway. This has the staircase, an under stairs cupboard. There are several reception rooms including a play room (or study) with fireplace, shelved alcove and french windows to the garden. The sitting room has a fireplace with french doors to the garden. The dining room has flagstones, beams, a fireplace, alcove cupboards and leads through into the breakfast room. This has alcove shelving and opens directly into the kitchen. The kitchen is well fitted with a good range of units including floor and wall cupboards, work surfaces and central island unit with granite worktop. (island is negotiable. There's also a two bowl sink unit, a Rangemaster cooker, extractor, dishwasher and a large american style fridge (which is negotiable).


A door leads into the utility room where there is a sink unit, a washing machine and fitted units again with a granite worktop. The rear hall is tiled, has an attractive lancet style window and a cloakroom with hand basin and wc. Steps from the hall lead down to two large playrooms both with radiators, one containing a pool table and the other a table tennis (negotiable). The panelled staircase leads to the landing and three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with hand basin, wc and bath. Bedrooms two and three both have fireplaces and the bathroom is a great room with a freestanding bath, hand basin, wc and shower. It also has french doors to a large terrace with a great view of cheddar gorge. A steep staircase leads to an attic bedroom with exposed beams and a huge amount of space for a variety of uses.


THE ANNEXE faces into the rear walled garden. On the ground floor is a large kitchen/living/dining room which has kitchen fittings and appliances and french doors into the garden. On the first floor are a sitting room, bedroom and bathroom.


At the front of the house is a parking space and a lawned garden with established shrubs and a front stone wall. At the back of the house is a large garden with paved pathways, lawn, walled courtyard and outbuildings.

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.


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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

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Name Location Type Distance
Upper North Street
Cheddar BS27 3HX
County: Somerset
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 00005349