Mulberry Lane Bleadon, Weston-super-Mare

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  • Two bedroom, end of terrace, freehold Somerset cottage
  • Quintessential English country cottage garden
  • Located within the sought after village of Bleadon
  • Located within the sought after village of Bleadon
  • Flagstone flooring, exposed beams and natural stone walls
  • Within reach of the local pub, shop and bus routes
  • A wonderful opportunity to purchase a truly charming piece of Somerset
  • EPC Rating E49, Council Tax Band C

A simply stunning two bedroom, end of terrace country cottage set in the heart of the village. Wonderful in so many ways, this freehold property certainly contributes towards the distinctive signature of Bleadon village. The charming home is nestled amongst the traditional village cottages and is filled with an abundance of character and delightful features; when stepping through the door you really sense that lovely rural feeling. If you desire that perfect balance of sleepy Somerset village life whilst being within easy reach of local amenities and transport links to further afield, then viewing is highly recommended. The light and bright property boasts exposed beams, flagstone flooring, natural stone walls and ledge and brace type wooden doors. The real highlight is the stunning inglenook type fireplace complete with wood burner and old fashioned bread oven which champions the living space; the perfect addition for a cold winter’s evening. Internally, the accommodation briefly comprises; living room/dining area, hallway, kitchen, two bedrooms and a shower room. A quaint English country garden is located to the front of the property which is approximately South-West facing and enclosed by stone walls and fencing; a wonderful spot to sit out and relax during the warmer months. Being surrounded by the beautiful open countryside is certainly an attractive feature of the area. Walking enthusiasts will truly be in their element with an abundance of stunning country walks right on the doorstep. EPC Rating E49, Council Tax Band C.

Bleadon endeavours to greet its newcomers and welcomes them to the village through the Contactus group. Local facilities include Bleadon Village country store & Post Office, a Café, two garages, a hair and therapy centre, three pubs providing food and drink and fortnightly visits from the mobile library. Doctors’ and dentists’ surgeries are found at nearby Weston-super-Mare. The hourly daytime bus service will take you directly to nearby Weston General Hospital in ten minutes and on to Weston town centre ten minutes later. The 700-year-old church of St Peter & St Paul stands proudly at the heart of the village and welcomes all to its regular services. The thriving Coronation Hall has a very full events calendar. Rarely a day goes by without some social activity in the two halls. Alongside you’ll find a delightful and safe little children’s play area, plenty of free parking and a popular purpose-built youth club. Within minutes of leaving the Coronation car park you can be walking one of many delightful footpaths that will lead you around the Parish. From demanding climbs to the top of the Mendips, an area of outstanding natural beauty, to easy-going riverside trails.

On approach the pathway through the country garden is a delight, stable type timber front entrance door to hallway.

Doors to principal ground floor rooms, exposed timber beams, natural stone walls, under stairs storage area, radiator, amazing flagstone flooring running into the kitchen and living room, ledge and brace type doors, stair flight rising to first floor landing.

Living/Dining Room
15' 7'' x 10' 8'' (4.76m x 3.24m) Plus inglenook recess
This charming room is light and bright due to its dual aspect windows (one UPVC double glazed and one timber single glazed), stunning inglenook type fireplace complete with free standing 'Villager' wood burner and integral bread oven, exposed timbers, lintels and mantels add to the theme and the flagstone flooring completes, radiator, storage cupboard, natural stone walls.

7' 11'' x 7' 9'' (2.41m x 2.37m) Into recess
A compact area with a range of wall and floor units, roll edge work surfaces and tiled splash backs, stainless steel sink and drainer, inset four ring gas hob with double oven under and extraction hood over, space and plumbing for appliances, inset ceiling spot lights, flagstone flooring, UPVC double glazed window to the rear of the property.

Stair flight rising to first floor landing from hallway.

First Floor Landing
An interesting landing with roof light window, exposed timber beams, radiator, doors to principal first floor rooms.

Bedroom One
15' 8'' x 9' 10'' (4.78m x 2.99m)
Wow... A beautiful room with a vaulted arch exposing a fantastic arrangement of roof timbers, access to the remaining roof space, dual aspect UPVC double glazed windows providing ample light, natural stone gable end wall with open fireplace recess, two radiators, stripped wooden flooring, charming room with ledge and brace door.

Shower Room
8' 9'' x 5' 5'' (2.67m x 1.64m)
Corner shower enclosure with mains fed shower and glass door, shaped pedestal wash hand basin, low level W/C, radiator, part timber clad walls, part tiled, inset ceiling spot light, stripped wooden flooring, deep window sill/seat under UPVC double glazed window, exposed timber beam, cupboard housing gas fired boiler and controls, ledge and brace door.

Bedroom Two
6' 9'' x 5' 7'' (2.07m x 1.71m) Plus 3' 9'' x 3' 2'' (1.14m x 0.96m) 'L Shaped'
Exposed timber beam, stripped wooden flooring, deep window sill to UPVC double glazed window, radiator, ledge and brace door.

Charming, quaint front garden, mainly laid to lawn, slab and set stones with mature planting providing character, structure and colour, enclosed by stone walls and fence, approximately South-West facing.


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Mains drainage, gas and electric.

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County: North Somerset
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: DP003176

T: 01934 815 053
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