This well-presented bungalow is situated in North Road in the popular village of Wookey just outside the City of Wells. Honeymead offers a lovely detached bungalow set within a well-maintained mature garden and comprises: a welcoming entrance hall providing access to the spacious lounge with dual aspect windows overlooking the front and side. A well-proportioned dining room offering access into the cosy conservatory which enjoys delightful views over the beautiful rear garden. The fitted kitchen has an adjoining utility and cloakroom and shower. There is a sizeable shower room and two double bedrooms.
In addition, the bungalow historically was granted planning permission in the attic for two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The permission has now lapsed, however, could be re submitted to make a lovely family home.
Grounds & Gardens
Outside the property is approached by gates leading to a driveway which provides parking for several vehicles. The driveway leads you to a detached garage with electric door. There is power and a mezzanine level which provides storage. Adjacent to the garage is a further storage area where the oil tank is currently in situ, alongside a outside WC.
Accessed from the outside is two further storage cupboards which house the boiler.
The award-winning gardens surround the property and are mainly laid to lawn. The gardens feature mature shrubs, plants, trees and flowers and is a great place to entertain family and friends.
The bungalow is a must view and would make a great home for any buyer.
Wookey is a small village situated 2 miles to the west of Wells and has a strong community and offers a good range of local facilities including pubs, a post office and a primary school making Honeymead a perfect option for a family.
Wells is only a short drive from the property and is the smallest city in England lying in a beautiful part of Somerset. The City is charming and historic and has a vibrant High Street with a local market twice a week and provides a range of other facilities and societies and activities.
Within the locality, there are excellent primary and secondary schools in both the state and private sectors. Honeymead is in the catchment area of the Blue School and Wells Cathedral School, Millfield and Sidcot are near-by.
Bristol, Bath and the local market towns are within easy commuting distance as is Castle Cary railway station, which provides fast links to London, and Bristol Airport.
Mains water and drainage. Oil central heating.
Mendip District Council Telephone 0300 303 8588.
Energy Performance Certificate
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens 01749 671172
Fixtures and fittings
Fixtures and fittings - All those items usually regarded as retained to the vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale.