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A beautiful character cottage situated in the heart of Wincanton. As is to be expected with a property around 300 years old, various bespoke character features and snippets of history are present. Combined with the individuality of the cottage there is also spacious accommodation that would suit a variety of needs. The cottage is ideal for anybody looking for additional residence within a dwelling due to the rear extension having the potential to be turned into an annexe. The cottage defines a "tardis property" and its unassuming front masks a quite exceptional property.
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A large, characterful wooden door provides access to the entrance hall from the front, with a tiled floor and a radiator.
A good sized room with wooden flooring, a window to the front, radiator, a television point and an inglenook fireplace which is a focal point for the room, housing a wood burner within. The room also has exposed beams on the ceiling.
A large kitchen/diner with flagstone flooring, two windows to the side of the house and two radiators. There is plenty of space for a dining table and chairs with still room for the divide between the two areas of the room. The kitchen area provides a range of wall mounted cupboards and base units with worktops. There is a stainless steel sink with drainer. The stairs from the kitchen/diner lead to the landing with a cupboard underneath for added storage.
The utility is accessed from the kitchen and a door from the entrance hall also. This space provides space for a washing machine and fridge freezer, along with added storage and worktops. Patio doors lead out onto the rear garden.
An open space with a window to the side giving plenty of natural light, with a loft hatch, storage cupboard and a radiator.
A good sized bedroom providing room for a large double bed, double aspect with windows to the front and rear, with a radiator and added storage cupboards.
Another spacious room for a double bed, exposed beams and a radiator with a window to the front.
Another sizeable room with space for a double bed, two windows to the side, with a radiator and a fireplace.
A very large bathroom with a window to the side, a radiator and an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank. The units provide a panelled bath with a mixer tap for a shower head, low level WC and a pedestal hand wash basin.
Accessed from the second level patio area in the rear garden, this room is ideal for crafting, a workshop or as a separate living area to the main property. Attached to the first floor of the main accommodation, it offers a generous space inside with two windows to the side, a radiator, a cabinet in the corner with sink and drainer, loft storage and power sockets around the room.
Accessed from the patio directly outside the utility, this room provides a fantastic space to be used as an office or a guest bedroom as there is plenty of space within the room, and also an en suite area, with a shower cubicle, low level WC and wall mounted hand wash basin. The main room also has windows to the side and a radiator, as well as plenty of power points.
To the rear of the property, the garden is terraced to utilise the space, offering a patio directly outside the utility, steps leading to another patio area and a further lawn area to the top of the garden. At the top, there is a Pink Lady apple tree and a timber constructed shed. There are flower beds surrounding the lawn area and enclosed by partial timber fencing and stone walls. Given its height on a good day the garden catches the sun from early morning to early evening.
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