Golden Hill, Wiveliscombe

£475,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A deceptively spacious town house set within delightful gardens along with a garage. Hallway and cloakroom,2 reception rooms Superb kitchen/dining room

Conservatory/family room, 4 bedrooms1 en suite and family bathroom Private gardens and grounds, EPC Band D

Situation

This superb town house is situated in the heart of Wiveliscombe known for its friendly active community. It has a weekly farmers market and is the centre of the annual 10 parish's festival. The town offers a good range of facilities including supermarket, public houses, vets, library, medical centre, post office and primary and secondary schools together with a community centre. There is also excellent sporting facilities including a recreational ground with its heated open air swimming pool, football, rugby and tennis clubs. For a wider selection the County Town of Taunton is within 11 miles with its main line rail link to London Paddington and access to the M5 motorway. The smaller town of Wellington is within 7 miles where excellent shopping, recreational and scholastic facilities can be found together with additional access to the motorway.

Description

23 Golden Hill is an attached period town house of considerable age. It offers deceptively spacious accommodation with a wealth of character features including window shutters, exposed beams, large fireplaces yet with the benefit of modern conveniences including gas fired central heating, hardwood double glazed windows, superb bespoke oak kitchen together with maple and oak flooring along with solar panels. Outside are wonderful gardens and grounds providing sun terrace, lawns, kitchen garden, orchard and pond together with a garage located nearby.

Accommodation

Obscure glazed door leads into the entrance lobby with coathooks, maple flooring, door to study, glazed French doors to sitting room and adjoining cloakroom with low level WC and corner wash hand basin. The study has oak flooring and window with shutters to the front elevation. Within the heart of the house can be found the sitting room which is a spacious room with large fireplace with recessed woodburner with cupboard to side. Maple flooring, wall lights and exposed beams. Beyond is an inner hallway with boiler cupboard housing the Vaillant gas fired boiler again with maple flooring, stairs rising to first floor with cupboard under and glazed door to conservatory/family room which benefits from a glazed roof and is a light and spacious room for family living. It has a flagstone floor, glass top well, built in oak units providing space and plumbing for washing machine. At the far end are oak trifolding doors leading directly out onto the sun terrace. Leading off the inner hall can be found the kitchen/dining room with bespoke oak kitchen units with slate worktops together with a double Belfast sink with slate drainer. Integrated appliances including five gas burner hob and Neff double oven and grill together with plumbing for dishwasher and views from two aspects together with a delightful arched window and oak French doors to garden.

On the first floor is a spacious landing with stained glass window and trap access to roof void along with a built in cupboard and secondary staircase returning to the sitting room. The master bedroom enjoys wonderful views from two aspects with walk in wardrobes together with an en suite shower room with shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and maple flooring. Cloakroom with low level WC and tiled floor. Family bathroom comprising roll top freestanding ball and claw bath, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and maple flooring. Built in airing cupboard housing the factory lagged copper cylinder with immersion heater and slatted shelving. There are three further double bedrooms.

Outside

The gardens lie to the rear of the property and can be accessed over a shared pathway with gate opening onto a large paved sun terrace together with a further brick patio and a useful brick built wood store. The adjoining garden is hedged and walled and is laid mainly to lawn with outside courtesy light and cold water tap. Attractive flower and shrub borders and steps leading to a lower garden which is laid mainly to lawn with various shrubs, bushes and trees and pond. Useful garden shed and wrought iron gate leading to the kitchen garden with potting shed connected with power and light, raised vegetable beds, selection of soft fruits and a lower lawn with apple trees. Beyond this is a further enclosed garden currently used to house chickens together with a further selection of trees.

Garage

Situated close by within the grounds of the Old Brewery can be found a single garage.

Services

All mains services are connected. Gas fired central heating.

Viewing

Strictly by appointment with the vendor's selling agents, Wellington Office.

Directions

From Wellington head north to Milverton and take the B3227 to Wiveliscombe. At the traffic lights in the centre of the town turn right into High Street and continue up the hll and as the road starts to bear left turn right into Silver Street. Proceed along here into Golden Hill whereupon number 23 will be found after a short distance on the left hand side.

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