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Property Description

The farmhouse dates back to 1778 and offers a true character cottage but with unusually good proportions! Step inside, and you’re instantly greeted by a great sense of spaciousness with a large boot room/entrance hall to the centre and to the right is the first of three reception rooms. This room is a perfect snug with a log burning stove taking centre stage and views across the garden to the front. Across the entrance hall is the main sitting room supported by sturdy oak beams and a vast whitewashed stone inglenook fireplace 

The wealth of period features and surprisingly spacious accommodation continues into the kitchen/breakfast room which leads directly onto a utility area with cloakroom and a further dining room where we can access the rear garden and its own feature well (original to the farm), a charming nook to relax in. The kitchen also has an oak beamed inglenook, but this has been incorporated to provide more storage space and sits alongside the gas hob range cooker and a freestanding dishwasher. The remainder of the white goods are situated in the utility space. 

We access the first floor from the entrance hall which provides a large understairs cupboard. Upstairs are four double bedrooms each, served by two separate bathrooms, one with a large modern bathtub and the other a walk in shower. The primary bedroom is full of charm with oak beams and views to the front garden plus storage on two sides.

Outside, the lawned garden and cottage planting is neatly enclosed by fencing which makes it perfect for young families and provides a very private outdoor space to the front which faces due south. Beyond this is the driveway with parking for two cars and shared access to the neighbouring properties.

Situation

Cheddar (www.cheddarsomerset.co.uk) is a picturesque and well known village situated within the heart of Somerset and located on the edge of the Mendip Hills. The village has a lot to offer including banks, a building society, post office, a wide selection of shops, a medical centre, dental surgery and good access to Weston Hospital. Within Cheddar there is a three-tier school system where children up to the age of nine will attend the first school (www.cheddarfirst.ik.org), before moving on to Fairlands Middle School (www.fairlands.somerset.sch.uk) and on to Kings of Wessex Community School (www.kowessex.co.uk). Independent schools nearby are Sidcot, Wells Cathedral School and Millfield. The village also has a wide selection of outdoor pursuits including sailing, abseiling and rock climbing and benefits from a selection of fitness and swimming classes held at the local Kings of Wessex Leisure Centre. The closest motorway access is Junction 22 at Edithmead and the town has good access to the City of Bristol and the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare. There is further access to the motorway network at Weston-super-Mare (junction 21) and there is an international airport at Lulsgate. Famous local attractions include Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole Caves and Glastonbury Tor.

We have noticed

Chestnut Farm is the ideal home for those who love period charm but with modern dimensions. There are many nods to its history including some stunning coloured glass internal windows and heritage beams. Simply beautiful!

Directions 

Turn left along Union Street and around the left hand bend where the road becomes Cliff Street. Chestnut Farm will be found approximately 200 yards along on the left hand side, just after the Methodist Church.

Cliff Street, Cheddar
Guide Price £650,000
4 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms




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