Mr Levy, West Sussex
In my experience, it is rare these days to have staff performing at the level that the team at Palmer Snell do.
Wells letting agents Palmer Snell are pleased to offer
A lovingly restored and updated Somerset long house with stunning features carefully retained from its period with four double bedrooms, driveway parking for several vehicles, large gardens to front and rear in the popular village of West Pennard. Pet by negotiation only
Accommodation comprise:- The light entrance hall as a stable door and flows into the dining hall that boasts dual aspect windows allowing for excellent light whether morning or evening ideal for family and friends entertaining. The large kitchen breakfast room has a range of cream units, Belfast sink, Aga, exposed beams, access to the utility room and downstairs shower room. The living room has lots of stunning period features including the cute inglenook fireplace, striking flagstone floor, beams, pillars, panelling, window seat and french doors providing plenty of light and access to the large garden.
On the first floor a bright, well finished landing gives access to all four double bedrooms with the master benefiting from an ensuite shower room, triple aspect windows and a large range of built in wardrobes. The main bathroom has a three piece suite with a free standing roll top bath sure to please many.
Outside there are large, level lawned gardens to the front and rear that allow you to easily soak up the sunshine from dawn to dusk. A double width tarmac driveway is found at the end of the rear garden, that provides parking for several vehicles.
West Pennard is a very popular village with a church, a well regarded primary school, pub, village hall and a very active community. It is conveniently located in beautiful countryside about 4 miles east of Glastonbury, 9 miles south of Wells and in easy reach of Castle Cary and its fast rail link to Paddington. The larger towns of Bath, Bristol and Yeovil are all within easy commuting distance. Glastonbury a small but thriving town and a major tourist venue as is Wells which is the smallest city in England (population 10,000). Both are important historic centres each with its own individual character. whilst Street is again an ancient settlement now well know for its shopping centres.
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Grade II Listed Cottage
Lots Of Character Features
Four Double Bedrooms
Large Kitchen Breakfast Room
Parking For Several Cars
Gardens Front and Rear
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