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CHARACTER STONE BUILT semi-detached VICTORIAN COTTAGE situated in the heart of the pretty village of Tickenham, North Somerset. BEAUTIFUL VIEWS across orchard and open farmland to the Mendip Hills. The cottage was built in 1884 with original stone boundary walls to the front and side of the property, lovely gardens front and back, off road parking and a double length garage.
Inside the front door to the cottage is an entrance porch with quarry tiled flooring leading to the downstairs cloakroom, with low level w/c and wash hand basin, separating nicely from the multi purpose dining/study room. This light and airy room, with new windows overlooking the front garden, has had a touch of modernisation, incorporating a wonderful colour palette, exposed original floor board and a character open fire place with feature lighting. The spacious lounge has a beamed ceiling, dual fuel stove and useful storage cupboard. From the lounge there is a beautifully presented light and airy conservatory which has recently had a new roof, keeping the condition of the room up to date and modern. The size of this room is fantastic for an additional reception room which opens straight out onto a south facing patio. The conservatory is illuminated by the surrounding dual aspect windows that have an ideal view of the garden and additional views beyond. Adjacent to the conservatory is the galley kitchen, full of character with plenty of counter space and storage. The kitchen is further complimented by a useful utility room which also looks out onto the garden, with access to the garden, driveway and garage.
Upstairs is a side aspect window on the landing. The bathroom is the first to see. No expense has been spared on providing excellent quality fittings compromising a four piece suite, good size separate shower cubicle with Triton power shower and up to date splash boards, separate bath tub with hot and cold chrome taps, low level w/c with touch close toilet seat, oblong wash hand basin with hot and cold taps. The bathroom also benefits from a useful built-in storage unit, a chrome heated towel rail and front aspect frosted window. Also upstairs are the two double bedrooms. The first of which overlooks the garden and has far reaching views. Complimented with a plethora of built-in wardrobes and cupboards. The second bedroom, positioned at the front of the property, also has built-in wardrobes and cupboards, one of which hosts the combination boiler for the property.
The gardens, back and front, have been beautifully kept by the current owner who is a keen gardener. There is a variety of ornamental shrubs, colourful perennial plants, fruit trees and bushes, herbs and a small lily pond. The tarmac driveway with convenient turning bay, leads to the large detached tandem garage, housing two car which also provides ample storage.
From this property, the seaside town of Clevedon is roughly 2 miles away, as well as transport links to nearby schools, shops, the Clevedon Hospital, and the bustling Clevedon coastline. Not forgetting miles of stunning countryside walks, perfect for casual strolls and dog walkers.
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