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Key facts

  • Detached 1930s family home with detached annexe
  • Five bedrooms to the main house
  • Located on sought after quiet private road
  • Delightful views to all sides from certain vantage points
  • Generous gardens to front & rear (much is enclosed and south facing)
  • Plus one double bedroom detached annexe
  • Convenietly located for local amenities
  • Ample off street parking

Summary

A charming 1930s detached family home set in generous gardens to all sides, WITH ADDITIONAL generous one double bedroom DETACHED ANNEXE. The property is conveniently located on a sought after quiet private road, yet convenient for all the amenities of the large village of Cheddar, with countryside views and walks to all sides, views best enjoyed from the bedrooms/balcony. Amenities include a leisure centre with swimming pool, various shops and a crazy golf course to name a few. Good local schools and easy access to Wells, Bath and Bristol make this an appealing place to bring up a family,

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In detail

Entrance Lobby 9'10 x 11'2
Double glazed windows to rear, part double glazed frosted door, door to wc, further door to utility.

WC 4'7 x 2'8
Frosted window to side, tiled floor, wc, basin.

Utility 9'9 x 4'10
Double glazed window to side, plumbing for washing machine, fitted unit with basin and work top, tiled floor.

Kitchen/Dining Room 11'7 x 22'10
Double glazed windows to rear, doors to lounge and opening to entrance lobby, extensive range of wall and base fitted units and cabinets, Rayburn, fireplace, laminated work tops, 5 ring gas hob, radiator. Pantry 10'7 x 2'9. Double doors to lounge.

Lounge 18' into bay x 15'
Round bay double glazed windows to front, exposed floorboards, woodburner, picture rail, radiator, door to rear hall.

Rear Hall 14'1 x 7'
Staircase to first floor landing, radiator, understairs study area. Opening to sun lounge.

Sun Lounge 7'8 x 13'4
Tiled floor, bifolding doors opening to south facing section of garden. French doors leading into family room.

Family Room 18' x 14'
Wood burning stove, exposed floorboards, double glazed windows to rear, picture rail.

First Floor Landing
Double glazed windows to front, double glazed door leading out to balcony, doors to 5 bedrooms and bathroom.

Master Bedroom 13'5 x 14'
Patio doors to balcony, with views to the hills, exposed floorboards, picture rail, period fireplace, radiator, opening to en suite shower room.

Balcony 7'8 x 14'3
Doors from master bedroom and further door from first floor landing.

En suite shower room 4'3 x 8'7
Shower cubicle, basin, wc, radiator, double glazed windows to rear.

Bedroom 2 11'7 x 9'9 minumum (plus fitted wardrobes)
Radiator, double glazed window to rear, picture rail, fitted wardrobes, door to en suite.

En suite shower room 4'3 x 6'5 max
Shower cubicle, basin, wc, double glazed window to rear.

Bedroom 3 15'8 max x 7'7
Double glazed window to rear, radiator, picture rail.

Small lobby leading to bedrooms 4 and 5 (was one room).

Bedroom 4 10'7 min x 7'3
Double glazed windows to front, radiator, picture rail.

Bedroom 5 11'6 max x 7'4
Double glazed half bay windows, views to front.

Bathroom 11'7 x 6'8 max
Double glazed window to rear, claw foot bath, basin, wc, radiator, heated towel rail, electric shaver point, part tiled walls.

Detached Annexe

Hall 5'10 x 7'2

Kitchen 9'10 x 7'2

Lounge/Conservatory 12'7 x 11'7

Bedroom 17' max x 14'10 max
Double glazed windows to front, radiator, door to en suite.

En suite 5'2 x 5'7
Shower cubicle, basin, wc.

Gardens
There are gardens which stretch right around all 4 sides of the house, with the annexe to the rear of the rear garden, also enjoying some views across the rear garden.
The plot is pretty much level, and there are some lawns to all sides, with a generous tarmac driveway providing off street parking for upto 6 cars at the front. The gardens have areas of privacy throughout, even to the front, as well as views in every direction from certain vantage points, in particular from all the bedrooms. The mature gardens have a variety of trees, vegetable patches, shrubs, a pond, and a patio from which to enjoy the summer sun in addition to the first floor balcony.

Detailed Summary
A charming 1930s detached family home set in generous gardens to all sides, including a generous enclosed south facing section of lawn, with a good sized one double bedroom detached annexe. Inside the property has an understated yet authentic charm, with much of its original features intact, yet has many improvements to enhance its appeal. The accommodation is light and airy and highlights include two wood burners in the principle reception rooms, a sizeable kitchen/dining room, sun room, front and rear halls, downstairs wc, utility. Upstairs are 5 bedrooms (3 doubles and the other 2 singles - originally an additional double bedroom), bathroom and 2 en suites. The detached annexe is to the rear of the garden and includes hall, kitchen area, conservatory (used as the living room), double bedroom with en suite. This is ideal for an elderly couple or relative, perhaps a teenager, air bandb, or indeed an office away from the house. The property is conveniently located on a sought after quiet private road, yet convenient for all the amenities of the large village of Cheddar. Amenities include a leisure centre with swimming pool, various shops and a crazy golf course to name a few. Good local schools and easy access to Wells, Bath and Bristol make this an appealing place to bring up a family,

Local area summary
West Lynne is a private road within a mile of the famous Gorge and Village centre and is arguably one of the most sought after roads in the entire area.

Cheddar itself is a parish in Somerset known throughout the world as the origin of Cheddar Cheese, which has been produced here since the 12th Century and to this day is still stored in the Cheddar Caves to mature.

Cheddar has a number of distinct aspects; the main village with everyday shops, banks, and historic buildings including the Market Cross; there is a local deli within 100 yards of the property; there are tea rooms and gift shops in the Lower Gorge including the Cheddar Cheese factory; the famous Caves and Gorge tourist attraction. There is of course wonderful open countryside above and around the Gorge, in part owned by the National Trust and within the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is also a wide expanse of flat moorland to the south of the village which is ideal cycling country. The Strawberry line cycle path runs to mainline railway station Yatton.

For families the village has some of the highest OFSTED rated schooling and there is a traditional three-tier school system where children up to the age of nine will attend the first school (www.cheddarfirst.ik.org), before moving on to Fairlands Middle School, and on to Kings of Wessex Community School (Independent schools nearby are Sidcot, Wells Cathedral School and Millfield).

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