The Street, Draycott, Cheddar, Somerset, BS27


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  • Bedrooms: 4
An extremely impressive, versatile and welcoming 4 bedroom detached village residence, with off-road parking, front and rear walled gardens, spacious and well-proportioned living accommodation, scope for further additions/renovations, exceptional views and situated in the highly popular village of Draycott between Cheddar and Wells. EPC Rating D. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

An impressive and well-situated 4 bedroom detached country residence with outstanding views to the local country side, front and rear gardens and set in the heart of the popular village of Draycott. In brief this family home comprises an entrance hall, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, family room, utility room and bathroom to the ground floor whilst to the first floor are 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom. A further two loft rooms can be found to the second floor. This charming house is full of character throughout including an open fireplace, flagstone flooring and exposed wooden floorboards to name but a few. There is still scope for further development and improvements in the house within the loft space and utility area too. All the rooms are of excellent proportions and for a house this age, it is extremely light and airy throughout. The front and rear gardens add to the grandeur of this property whilst the internal accommodation is welcoming and enticing from the outset. We would strongly recommend viewings for families and those looking to be within a popular village location close to both Wells and Cheddar.

Draycott itself lies on the southern slopes of The Mendip Hills, an area designated as being of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a wider range of amenities than most, offering a church, village hall, primary school, playgroup, playing fields, public house and a shop/Post Office. Nearby Cheddar, famous for Cheddar Gorge, offers a good range of town amenities whilst the historic Cathedral City of Wells is also a short drive, boasting excellent facilities including various supermarkets that include both Morrisons and Waitrose. Also of note is the proximity of the Saxon village of Wedmore which is also well renowned for its bustling community and amenities. Apart from the local primary school there are secondary state schools in both Cheddar and Wells, namely Kings of Wessex and The Blue School. There are various independent schools also within close reach.

The property is approached via an area of gravelled off-road parking suitable for at least two cars and two gated entry points to the gardens. The front garden has been beautifully kept and provides an idyllic setting for formal entertaining with views to the local countryside. It is laid to level lawn and is walled on all sides. There is direct access to the house via the central conservatory entrance. The rear walled garden is equally as charming and again is mainly laid to level lawn, with the addition of a large orangery, which subject to permission could be converted into studio/office space. Whether for children's play or alfresco dining the stunning gardens , which are completely secure, will appeal to anyone looking for a large and secluded space to entertain friends and family alike.

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