Church Lane, Bicknoller, Taunton, Somerset, TA4

£375,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A three bedroom period coach house offering flexible & spacious accommodation with feature well, exposed roof timbers & feature wood burner. Many Period Features including Well, Picturesque Village Location, Views to the Quantock Hills, Excellent Decorative Order Throughout, Front and Rear Gardens, Garage, Car Port & Parking. EPC Band D.

Situation

Bicknoller is a pretty village with the benefit of a church, village inn and village hall. The village of Williton is just two miles away which is served with shops, schools and commercial facilities, and being at the junction of the A39 and A358, is handily situated to take advantage of the numerous attractions and amenities in West Somerset and beyond. Watchet, an ancient harbour town, boasts a colourful maritime history dating back over two thousand years. Nestled between Exmoor National Park and the Quantock Hills it is hard to believe that the M5 is only half an hour away, with Bristol and its international airport easily commutable. 21st Century Watchet still holds all the charm from long ago, while offering the amenities essential to modern living including, a junior school, bank, post office, hairdressers, convenience stores, a host of antique, gift and art shops as well as pubs, hotels, a museum and doctor's surgery. The town certainly has a great deal to offer anyone wishing to make their home here. The coastline and the recently constructed marina, opened in 2001, are notable attractions of the area. For steam enthusiasts, The West Somerset Railway runs regularly throughout the year connecting Bishops Lydeard and Minehead with Watchet and all local stations on route.

Description

Believed to be built in the 1800s The Coach House is a substantial and unique period family home situated in the heart of the desirable and picturesque village of Bicknoller, offering views to the renowned Quantock Hills. Internally the home is presented in excellent decorative order throughout, benefiting from all the comforts of modern day living but still retaining traditional, character features with gas fired central heating and double glazing.

Accommodation

From the entrance hallway is the spacious accommodation which comprises a dining room with a feature coal burner, period stable door, living room with feature bay window and newly installed woodburner, double doors leading into the garden room. The kitchen/breakfast room offers plenty of wall and base units, granite work surfaces, built in appliances and tiled flooring, which leads into the utility room. There is a large double bedroom and a spacious family bathroom also to the ground floor. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms both with exposed roof timbers and a family bathroom.

Outside

To the front of the property wooden double gates lead to a tarmac driveway which provides parking for two vehicles, which in turn leads to a detached single garage and a carport to the right hand side. The garden is mainly to the front of the property and enjoys a good degree of privacy and is predominantly laid to lawn. Three separate pathways lead to the front door and the door leading into the garden room. To the rear of the property a spacious rear courtyard garden has been fenced to three sides and also enjoys a good degree of privacy and has been laid with low maintenance in mind.

Services

Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas fired central heating.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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