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Guide Price £800,000
Council Tax Band: Ask Agent
â€¢ Attractive Equestrian Home
â€¢ 1.73 Acres
â€¢ MÃ©nage & Newly Built Stables
â€¢ Well Fenced Paddocks
â€¢ M5 Junction 23, 4 Miles, A39 1 Mile
â€¢ Large Drive & Hardstanding
â€¢ Planning permission for two holiday cottages and further potential to covert the existing stables (subject the necessary planning consents).
This attractive equestrian home combines a highly convenient strategic location with excellent access to the nearby A39, one mile and the M5 at Junction 23, 4 miles. The excellent facilities are well organized and thought out with a good quality mÃ©nage, a new stable building finished to a high standard including tack rooms and fodder storage and enclosed paddocks. The semi-detached bungalow has been subject to improvement and extension in recent years and now provides comfortable four-bedroom accommodation, centrally heated and double glazed, with tremendous views from most of the property across the surrounding land to the Mendip Hills in the far distance.
Front door toâ€¦
Fitted with modern oak top working surfaces with inset Belfast sink and Monobloc mixer tap, base cupboards, undercounter space and plumbing for appliances, radiator, tiled flooring and cloaks cupboard, double glazed window.
With low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, double glazed window and cupboard.
With double glazed window.
With modern suite comprising low level WC, wash hand basin over vanity cupboard and separate tiled and enclosed shower, towel rail, double glazed window, half tiled walls and tiled floor all in a contemporary style.
A modern fitted kitchen area with single drainer one and a half bowl sink unit set into working surfaces with peninsular unit, integral appliances including four ring ceramic hob with double oven under and extractor hood, fridge and a range of base and wall mounted cupboards, central heating radiator, two double glazed roof windows and tiled floor, double doors open through to the lounge.
With large double-glazed patio doors with windows either side offering excellent views overlooking the garden, countryside and to the Mendip Hills in the distance, wood burning stove, central heating radiator and recessed ceiling spotlights. Central Hall with radiator.
With double glazed window with front aspect, central heating radiator, fireplace with surround with mantle over, built in wardrobes, door to front porch.
With double glazed window with front aspect, central heating radiator and built in wardrobes.
Bedroom 3 With double glazed window with side aspect and central heating radiator.
With double glazed roof window, central heating radiator and built in cupboards.
Enter the property via a concrete driveway with five bar gates, giving further driveway access down the side of the property and around to the rear providing vehicle and implement access to the whole property and providing ample parking and hard standing for numerous vehicles.
To the rear is an enclosed garden with a wide paved patio with steps down from the lounge, a well-maintained lawn and surrounding fencing with quite tremendous open views across the fields to the Mendip Hills in the distance.
The stables have seen a complete re-build and now presents as a four-bay stable block with separate tack room with hard standing to the front opening directly into the mÃ©nage.
Planning permission has been granted for two luxury holiday cottages (further details available upon request) and the old outbuildings have been demolished to make way for these builds. Further potential lies in the possible conversion of the stable block into a separate dwelling, subject to the necessary planning consents.
The property is superbly located just outside the village of Cossington, approximately half a mile away. The A39 lies within one mile for ease of access, as well as Junction 23 of the M5, just under 4 miles. The surrounding villages provide a wider range of local amenities, as well as the thriving town of Street with its Clarks Village factory outlet, Bridgwater and the county town of Taunton. Much undeveloped countryside surrounds the Polden Hills with many quiet country lanes, footpaths and bridleways, including drove ways providing riding possibilities, as well as dog walking and cycling.
We would urge an early viewing of this excellent and affordable equestrian home.
electric, water, oil and private drainage.
Council Tax Band: C
Directions: From Junction 23 of the M5 take the A39 in an easterly direction towards Street. At the traffic lights bear left continuing on the A39 towards Street. After just under 2 miles turn left signposted Cossington, follow this into the village bearing right following the road in the village centre and continue out of the village and soon after the property will be found on the left-hand side.
From Junction 23 of the M5 take the A39 in an easterly direction towards Street. At the traffic lights bear left continuing on the A39 towards Street. After just under 2 miles turn left signposted Cossington, follow this into the village bearing right following the road in the village centre and continue out of the village and soon after the property will be found on the left-hand side.
Last Modified 10/03/2023