The versatile accommodation on the ground floor provides four reception rooms and an appealing kitchen/breakfast room which has a vaulted ceiling and a centre piece of a royal blue Alpha oil fired cooker.
To the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a well appointed family bathroom. The property has attractive far reaching views towards the Mendip Hills and adjoins open countryside. To the rear and far enough away to afford some privacy yet close enough for convenience is a detached annexe bungalow ideal for housing dependent relatives or sub letting to derive a secondary income. The annexe is well appointed and offers a sitting room, kitchen, good size double bedroom with en suite shower room and a uPVC double glazed conservatory.
The whole property is set in good size grounds in total 0.46 of an acre and comprising the main plot which has a long frontage to Clutton Hill, arranged with lawned garden to the front and extensive paved terraces for ease of maintenance with a five bar gate providing the approach to the extensive driveway and stone built detached garage. At the far end of the plot there is a small area of Orchard. On the opposite side of Clutton Hill there is an attractive Copse which forms part of the property.
Clutton Hill is a delightful rural location although by no means isolated. It is characterised by a group of period cottages and barn conversions on the edge of the village of Clutton with equally good access to High Littleton. The village of Clutton offers a primary school, post office/general store, butchers and public houses while the village of High Littleton has a wider range of village amenities including a general stores, post office, hairdressers etc. The property is very well situated for easy commuter access to Bristol, Bath and Wells.
To the front of the cottage is a gated access from Clutton Hill with a garden laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders and trees. To one side there is a paved terrace ideal for outdoor entertaining and enjoying lovely views across farmland towards the Mendips. Adjacent to the terrace a timber building with wc, wash hand basin and power connected.
To the rear of the cottage the gardens have been landscaped to paved terraces and a small lawn with a number of mature trees. This allows easy maintenance of what is a good size area while to one side there is a large timber storage shed with power connected. Beyond is a stone built detached garage 4.67m x 3.76m (15' 4" x 12' 4") with remote electrically operated up and over door, power and light, personal door to rear and uPVC double glazed window.
A five bar gate leads from Clutton Hill and an extensive block paved parking and turning area which provides the approach to the garage and adjacent to which is a lean-to carport Beyond lies an area of lawned garden and a small Orchard.
Close to the cottage and on the opposite side of Clutton Hill is a small Copse which forms part of the property.
Situation Clutton Hill Cottage is situated on the edge of the village of Clutton, renowned for its outstanding natural beauty. The village itself offers a host of social amenities including a public house and a social club. Clutton is home to the beautiful parish church of St Augustine which was originally built in the thirteenth century. You will find most of your sports clubs in the neighbouring villages of Temple Cloud and High Littleton including Football and Cricket. Along the A37 you will have easy access to convenience stores and fuel stations. Clutton is a fantastic situation for commuters with Bristol just 10 miles north and the heritage city of Bath 11 miles east. Situated just 13 miles south east of Clutton is the picturesque city of Wells which is known as the smallest city in England. Spoilt for choice for primary schools, you have Clutton Primary, Bishop Sutton and Cameley, for secondary level schools you have Chew Valley and Norton Hill which are highly recommended.
The Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes are close by, notable for their fishing, birdlife, sailing and nature study amenities. A visit to Salt and Malt at Chew Valley Lake is highly recommended. The nearby Mendip hills, well known for their limestone features, provide a wide range of informal leisure opportunities.
Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage.
Local Authority and Council Tax
Bath and North East Somerset Council Tel: 01225 477000. Council Tax - Band E.
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors Agents, Killens 01275 333993
Fixtures and Fitings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the Vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale although may be available by separate negotiation.