Meadwood House is a comfortable and generous detached property with a garden and woodland, situated in a quiet residential area on the outskirts of Binegar.
Built in 1996, the house has oil fired central heating and double glazed windows. The ground floor hall and principal rooms have decorative and ornate ceiling coving.
The accommodation is roomy and includes a hall, a double aspect sitting room with French doors to the south facing patio terrace and an ornamental fireplace with an inset electric fire. Dining room, study with space for a desk, triple aspect kitchen and breakfast room with a range of wall and base cupboards, an electric oven and hob and space for a dishwasher. Utility room with tiled floor, sink, cupboards, space for a washing machine and a door to the garden.
On the first floor is a large linen cupboard, master bedroom suite with a dressing room that has been fitted with wardrobes and dressing table, generous dual aspect bedroom and an en suite that has recently been re-fitted with a smart walk-in shower, vanity unity with a hand basin, wc and towel rail. There are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a corner bath, shower cubicle, hand basin, wc and towel rail.
Outside the drive leads into the property and to the detached garage. Tucked behind the garage is a storage area and the oil tank. To the rear of the house is a south facing large paved patio terrace with a good-sized lawned area to the east of the house. Behind the patio terrace a low wall with steps leads southwards into the woodland. This beautiful sloping area is planted with a variety of trees including holly, beech and sycamore and carpeted with wild garlic and English bluebells in the spring.
Meadwood House is located on the outskirts of Binegar with the Horse and Jockey pub within a 5 minute walk and The George Inn at Gurney Slade within a 3 minute walk.
Binegar and Gurney Slade have a church, pubs, village hall and a village store. The villages are close to both the Georgian city of Bath, well known for its Roman Baths and architecture and the historic Cathedral city of Wells. Twice weekly markets are held locally in Wells and Shepton Mallet.
Bath is 16 miles away, and Bristol has a mainline rail service to London Paddington and M4 access is 17 miles. Castle Cary station is also close by. Bristol International Airport is 19 miles away.
There is a wide range of well-regarded schools nearby and the property is within close proximity to the local primary school. Wells is home to The Blue School (State secondary) and The Cathedral School (independent), with Whitestone School (State secondary) in Shepton Mallet, also close by.
Leaving Wells on the B3139 Bath Road, pass Horrington Primary School and continue for around two miles until you reach the turning for Binegar, on the right hand side. Take this turning, into Whitnell Lane and follow this road along. At the crossroads, drive straight over into Station Road and continue, passing The Horse and Jockey pub on your right and looking for the village hall on your left. Meadwood can be found just after the village hall on your right.
Mendip District Council Telephone 0300 303 8588.
Services & Benefits
Mains water and drainage. Oil central heating
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens 01749 671172
Fixtures & Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale.