Stoke Street, Rodney Stoke, Somerset, BS27


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A well-proportioned and appealing three double bedroom, detached bungalow, with versatile living accommodation, off road parking good size gardens and all situated in the popular village of Rodney Stoke between Wells and Cheddar. EPC Rating D.

We are pleased to offer this three bedroom detached bungalow set in its own plot with ample off-road parking and situated in the pretty village of Rodney Stoke. In brief the property comprises an entrance hall, WC, Bathroom, kitchen/diner and three double bedrooms (one master ensuite). All the rooms are of excellent proportions and benefit from a light and airy aspect throughout. The layout provides a blank and flexible canvass and will appeal to anyone looking for village life, single storey living and families.

Rodney Stoke neighbours the villages of Westbury-sub-Mendip and Draycott. Located approximately three miles from the busy tourist town of Cheddar, on the southern edge of the Mendip Hills. It is home to the Church of St. Leonard and The Rodney Stoke Inn public house, which is held in very high regard locally. Cheddar Gorge is the largest gorge in the United Kingdom and includes several show caves. The City of Wells is five miles from Rodney Stoke, with its wide range of amenities and supermarkets, including Waitrose. There are several highly regarded secondary schools in the area and various tourist attractions such as Wells Cathedral, Vicars Close and Bishops Palace.

The property is approached via a large area of off-road parking and front garden. There is side access to the rear garden either side of the property. The gardens are laid to a plethora of mature and colourful flora, gravelled area and level lawn. It provides a fantastic spot for alfresco dining and entertaining in the warmer months and will be of particular not to any keen gardeners.

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