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Situated within the idyllic rural Somerset village of Stawell is this exceptional grade II listed country residence which offers the perfect blend of modern family living with its stunning South-facing extended open-plan lounge/diner, combined with much charm and character; including an abundance of period features - many of which date back to the 16th/17th centuries.
A viewing of this substantial and highly individual semi-detached cottage is highly recommended.
AT A GLANCE:
• Grade II Listing Character Property
• Extended Ground Floor Accommodation
• Three Double Bedrooms
• Stunning South-Facing Open-Plan Lounge/Diner with Wood Burner
• Separate Sitting Room with Exposed Beams, Feature Wood Burner & Bread Oven
• Spacious Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Aga
• Study / Hobbies Room, Cloakroom & Utility Room
• Generously Sized Enclosed Rear Garden
• Parking On Own Driveway
• Many Period Features
This substantial country residence briefly comprises: entrance hallway, triple aspect open-plan lounge/dining room with wood burner and access to rear garden, study/hobbies room, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, inner hallway, dual aspect sitting room with wood burner, exposed beams and bread oven, hallway leading to the original front entrance and utility room. Arranged to the first floor and accessed by a turning staircase from the inner hallway, is a spacious landing, three double bedrooms and a bathroom.
Externally, there is a lawned front garden, parking on own driveway to the side and a very attractive and mature rear garden of generous proportions which is enclosed and benefits from being South-facing.
The property is situated in the heart of this pretty Somerset village, away from busy roads and surrounded by countryside. Stawell is a delightful rural village situated just beyond the slopes of the Polden Hills, approximately four miles from junction 23 of the M5, eight miles from Street and five from the centre of Bridgwater.
INFORMATION REGARDING THE HISTORY & GRADE II LISTING
This information has been provided by Historic England via www.historicengland.org.uk
"House, now divided into 2 dwellings. C16/C17, early C20 alterations. Roughcast, pantile roof, 3 brick stacks. Cross-passage plan. Single storey and attic, 3 bays, 3 and 4-light casements with horizontal glazing bars, 2 on first floor in half-dormers with single-pitch roofs and brick jambs. Two door openings; to left a 6-panelled door, top 2 panels glazed, brick jambs; to right plank door. Lower wing at right-angles to rear. Interior with chamfered and stopped ceiling beams; stud and panel partitions."
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