Middle Road, Cossington, Bridgwater, TA7

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Bedrooms: 4
A beautifully presented semi-detached bungalow situated on the edge of this desirable village. Ideal small holding with newly built stable block and ménage. Total plot extends to approximately 1.73 acres. In addition, planning permission currently exists for two holiday cottages 22/21/00004.

The Pollards offers a fantastic opportunity to acquire a well-established small holding with the added advantage of equestrian facilities. The property itself is beautifully presented, having been upgraded and extended by the current owners over the last 5 years. The Pollards also offers a possible income stream as planning permission currently exists for two holiday cottages 22/21/00004. Situated in a picturesque and convenient location with outstanding views over fields, farmland and Mendip Hills beyond. In total, approximately 1.73 acres.

The spacious and flexible accommodation is arranged over a single storey and briefly comprises; a side entrance door opens into a well-fitted and useful utility with Belfast sink and space for appliances. Here you will also find a WC/cloakroom and storage cupboard. The utility leads nicely into a beautifully fitted kitchen/dining room with a comprehensive range of modern wall, base and drawer units, along with a breakfast bar/peninsular and incorporating integral appliances to include; ceramic hob, double oven and fridge. To the side of the kitchen area you will find a modern shower room. Double doors from the kitchen open into the sitting room with wood burner and French doors leading out to the garden. The property benefits from four double bedrooms, three of which have built-in wardrobes. Because of the flexibility of this property, two of the bedrooms are currently utilised as a study and snug. A newly refurbished front porch completes the accommodation.

Outside, the facilities are excellent and extremely well-maintained. The property is accessed via a five bar gate opening onto a concrete driveway which continues along the side and rear to a newly laid sweeping driveway, providing parking for numerous vehicles. The enclosed garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a nice sized patio area, which provides an ideal space for alfresco dining and summer entertaining, whilst taking in the outstanding views of the surrounding countryside. The stables have been re-built recently to a high standard with power, water and lighting and offering a four-bay block and tack room with hardstanding area opening directly into the ménage. A range of outbuildings are available and include; 2 x field shelters, bike garage and shed. The paddocks are enclosed with fencing which was erected in the last 2 years.

An early viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate this lovely village property, small holding and potential business opportunity with the planning permission for 2 holiday cottages.

Cossington lies on the north side of a range of hills, named as The Poldens, which are found 5 miles north east of the market town of Bridgwater. Amenities include the church and village pub, whilst the M5 motorway is accessed at junction 23, approximately 4 miles to the west. This facilitates easy communications north to Bristol and south to the county town of Taunton and the remainder of the West Country. There is a Co-op supermarket at the neighbouring Woolavington, along with a medical centre and primary school. The town of Street is approximately 9 miles to the east, where there is a popular shopping centre known as Clarks Village and the renowned Millfield public school. For the commuter a main line rail link can be accessed at Taunton with a direct line to London Paddington being approximately 1hr 50 minutes. Bristol airport is approximately 25 miles distance.

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