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What the homeowner loves
This is the fabulous former Athelney Inn, a spacious country house in a rural part of Somerset but still close to all amenities in Taunton and Bridgwater. Great for nature lovers and bird watchers with fabulous walks along the river Tone. The King Alfred monument is a stones throw from the house, which is situated in a friendly rural community with local shops about a mile away.
3-bedroom semi-detached house in Athelney near Bridgwater
Attic / loft
Alpha Range Cooker
Large Garden opposite
Apple, Cherry, Plum and Pear trees in garden
A large, spacious house with a spacious master bedroom and triple aspect lounge with working log burner. Large kitchen, downstairs shower room with walk in shower, hand basin, toilet and utility area with plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Along the end of the house is the dining room/fourth bedroom. Upstairs are 2 spacious double bedrooms, one with loft access, a large bathroom with a cast iron slipper bath. At the end of the house is the third master bedroom with 4 meter ceilings and exposed beams with chandelier, it has a walk in wardrobe/dressing room with storage area above. The house is fully double glazed with UPVC sash windows and has full central heating which is run by an Alpha oil fired range cooker with double ovens and hot plates with the CH and hot water on separate electric timer switches. The property has a new roof and has recently been decorated externally. The property also has a large garden area opposite with fruit trees and summer house. The house has ownership of the lovely bank to the rear of the property - perfect for sitting out on quiet summer evenings looking across stunning views of the moors. The house is rural but in a great village setting with nature all around it. Great for bird watching with herons, swans, geese, ducks and king fishers all regular visitors. Fishing from the bank is a great pastime and the property does own the fishing rights. Evidence of otter paw prints can be seen under the bridges - but they are very elusive!
The kitchen will need up-dating which is negotiable in the price.
This three-bedroom semi-detached property rests in the village of Athelney, Somerset.
This property abounds in character and unique features, from wooden beams to an unusual layout. Sitting beside the river Tone and an old rail line, this property is unlike any other. Upon entering this property you will find a tidy little entrance hall, with the sitting room to the left and the kitchen, utility and dining room to the right. The sitting room contains unique features such as a bay window that doubles as doors leading into the outdoor garden space, as well as a standing fireplace which adds to the character of the room. The sitting room is also full of natural light from the windows and warmth from the wooden floors, making for a well-balanced and comfortable space. Moving through the house into the kitchen you will find fully-fitted units and a stylish, characterful oven. Also on the ground floor you can find a convenient utility room, bathroom and spacious dining room with elegant wooden beams.
Moving upstairs leads to the three bedrooms, including one master with its own dressing room. The master bedroom boasts period features such as wooden beams and doors leading outside, giving the room a flush of light to keep it feeling vibrant. The second and third bedrooms are two good-sized rooms with enough space for double beds, while the warmth from the wooden floors and the light from the large windows make for a well-balanced and comfortable space. The first floor bathroom is equipped with toilet, washbasin and bath facilities, complete with a timeless and elegant style.
The property’s garden space sits parallel to the river Tone and is comprised of a lawn space and a small pebbled area, idea as an entertaining spot for guests. The garden stretches for a long way and carries a lot of potential to become whatever your mind may desire.
The area of Athelney is a quiet and tranquil area, with the nearest town being Burrow bridge which rests just a few miles down the road from the property. From Burrow Bridge you can get a lot of your amenities, including a good local bar called the King Alfred Inn, named after King Alfred who stayed in Burrow Bridge before the Battle of Edington in May 878 C.E.