Well loved by the previous owner, though now in need of some updating, this detached bungalow offers plenty of potential and has room to extend, subject to planning permission. Well situated between Wells and Wedmore, the property has wonderful views towards the Mendip Hills. The garden is a real feature of the property, very attractive; would suit a keen gardener and a wonderful space to spend time entertaining friends and family.
Within the bungalow, the property has a double aspect, 23ft x 16 ft Living Room / Dining Room. The Kitchen, has a range of fitted units with built in oven and hob, with extractor over and there is space and plumbing for a washing machine. From here, a door opens to the Conservatory which has a door opening to a Utility Room. There are two double bedrooms; with one bedroom having an adjacent sun room with doors opening to the rear garden. There is also an entrance lobby and of course, the bathroom.
This is a lovely property, in a lovely spot and offers a great opportunity for the new owners to make their own mark.
A wooden five bar gate opens to the gravelled driveway, allowing off road parking for a number of cars and with access to the Single Garage. The front garden is well planted with a variety of shrubs, hedges and flora. To one side of the bungalow, the front door opens into the Entrance Hall and a door opens into the Conservatory, with an internal door to the Kitchen. To the rear, the gardens are private and enclosed; mainly laid to lawn and with views to open countryside. Steps lead down from a terrace at the back of the bungalow, to the lawns; in all the garden measures around 100ft. This is a fabulous garden, well planted, with plenty of colour. There is also a timber shed and a greenhouse.
Bleadney is a hamlet, conveniently located between Wedmore and The City of Wells. There is a very active village nearby in Theale with a village hall, church and a play area. It is a friendly, lively community with an annual flower show, a monthly film club and a Saturday morning café.
The Saxon village of Wedmore is a thriving village approximately five miles away with a wide range of shops including a newsagent, a butcher and chemist. Various independent shops and boutiques, three pubs/restaurants and tea rooms.
Four miles in the other direction is the Cathedral city of Wells offering a wide selection of shopping facilities including an artisan market every Wednesday and Saturday in the Market Square, a cinema and choice of restaurants including the award winning "Goodfellows" and pubs. The Wells Literature Festival takes place each year along with the Wells Food Festival. At the heart of the City is the medieval cathedral, Bishops Palace and Vicar's Close (reputed to be the oldest surviving residential street in Europe).
Mains water, private drainage. oil central heating.
From Wells, follow signs for the A371 towards Cheddar and bear left onto the B3139 towards Wedmore and Burnham-on-Sea. Travel through the villages of Yarley, Henton and into Bleadney and Pax will be found on the right hand side, identified by our For Sale board.
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens
Fixtures and Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale.