Bridge view is a charming stone fronted three bedroom semi-detached cottage, which has been recently and carefully restored and now enjoying imacculate spacious living accommodation and found nestled in a tranquil countryside position. Offered for sale with the benefit of no onward chain.
About the inside.
The cottage internally provides a light and airy front dual aspect sitting /dining room which features a brick exposed fireplace and log burner.
There is a fitted shaker style kitchen with a lovely outlook into the garden and a door leading to the rear utility room providing space for white goods. There is a generous rear hall/boot room with a door leading onto the courtyard garden and lots of modern built-in storage with a very useful modern fitted cloakroom with tiled walls. This area of the house is prefect if you have pets or children as a real working hub of the home.
The first floor has three generous size bedrooms. The principal bedroom has dual aspect views towards the open countryside and ample space for freestanding furniture. The landing has a large storage cupboard making it a useful area.
The remaining two bedrooms are equally of good sizes, and both have space for double beds and freestanding furniture. The first floor has a modern family shower room with the fitted wash hand basin and toilet inset into the vanity unit and a large walk-in shower unit.
About the outside.
Externally approached from the front of the property there is parking for 2 cars on the blocked paved driveway, access is to the side of the property via a pretty gravel and flagstone pathed area to a modern attractive timber porch now added to the front door which opens into the kitchen.
The external courtyard is ideal for sitting and enjoying the uninterrupted sunshine and is immediately to the side and to the rear of the home driveway gates allow access to additional private blocked paved parking and the garage.
The main garden which is fence enclosed and found to the rear of the home has an attractive Flagstone patio seating area and then is mainly laid to lawn with a range of planted trees and mature plants.
A real feature of the outside are several useful outbuildings, which could serve well as a workshop, work from home space or as storage.
About the area.
Nettlebridge sits between Stratton on the fosse and the pretty village of Oakhill which lies to the eastern end of the Mendip Hills within easy commuting distance of Bristol and Bath, five miles from Wells and four miles from Shepton Mallet. Nettlebridge is surrounded by nature walks, footpaths and Harridge woods.
The nearby main line rail links are situated at Castle Cary, Bath and Bristol. The village enjoys a varying range of different age and style of properties with many period and individual homes. Within the village there is a doctors’ surgery, village churches, village hall and recreation field and two public houses. Oakhill boasts an excellent primary school whilst secondary schools are within easy reach. In addition, The Wells Cathedral School, Downside, All Hallows, Bruton School for Girls and Millfield are easily accessible.
Postcode - BA3 5AA
Local Authority - Mendip district council
Council Tax - D
Energy Performance Certificate Rating - D
Tenure - Freehold
Viewings - Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens