Woolavington Road, Puriton, Bridgwater, TA7

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A charming detached period residence. Tucked away in a convenient location within the popular village of Puriton. Attractive gardens, garage and ample parking.

Willow Cottage is an attractive period property situated in the heart of this sought after village. We believe the property dates back to the mid 1800's and is full of charm and character. The current owners have significantly improved the property over the last 20 years to provide all the modern comforts, whilst retaining many period features. This family home also offers the potential to accommodate a dependent relative within an integrated annexe.

The beautifully presented and spacious accommodation is arranged over two floors and briefly comprises; a covered veranda to the front offers two points of access via the utility and the kitchen/breakfast room. Enter into the utility and to the left is a study; ideal for those working from home but could also be utilised as a sitting room within the annexe. Also from the utility, steps lead down to a bedroom and shower room. This whole area could be self-contained if desired. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a fantastic contemporary kitchen with an extensive range of wall, base and drawer units and granite work tops. Also incorporating a Belfast sink, double oven and hob, along with an integrated fridge and separate freezer. The kitchen opens into the cosy breakfast area with a multi-fuel burner and useful built-in cupboard. Steps lead down into a well-proportioned double aspect dining room with French doors opening out to an enclosed courtyard. The sitting room is a charming double aspect room with ceiling beams, exposed brickwork and attractive porthole window. Within the sitting room is a feature fireplace with gas fired stove and the open plan staircase rises to the first floor.

On the first floor there are three good size bedrooms; two with the benefit of built-in storage. A beautifully fitted Victorian style bathroom with freestanding roll top bath, separate shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin, WC and useful airing cupboard, completes the accommodation.

Outside, there is an enclosed courtyard area of garden to the side of the property, which offers privacy and seclusion and provides an ideal space for alfresco dining and summer entertaining with a good size patio directly leading from the dining room. There is a useful wood store to the rear and access into the timber garage which has power and light. To the front, the garden is laid to lawn with an abundance of mature shrubs, plants and herbaceous borders along with a productive vegetable plot and greenhouse.

An early viewing is essential to fully appreciate this pretty village home.

The thriving village of Puriton is located on the western edge of the Polden Hills. Puriton offers a good range of local amenities, which include: Court Farm Butchers, Puriton Primary School, a Post Office, public house, a Church, Puriton Sports Centre, nursery, allotments and hairdressers. The expanding town of Bridgwater is approximately 3.5-miles to the south and has a good range of educational, leisure and shopping facilities and amenities. Puriton is immediately to the north-east of J23 of the M5 and immediately to the north of the A39. Bristol is approximately 32-miles to the north and Exeter is approximately 50-miles to the south. Bridgwater railway station (approximately 3.8 miles to the south) provides mainline services to London Paddington, Cardiff Central, Bristol Temple Meads, Taunton and Exeter St David's. Bristol International Airport is 22 miles distance.

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