This stunning home has been refurbished and updated by the current owners and now provides beautifully appointed family sized accommodation, presented in excellent order throughout. It enjoys a particularly attractive location on this development, adjacent to open farmland/orchards and with views towards the Quantock Hills. Built by Prowting Homes, around the turn of the last millennium, the house is a Sandringham design, originally constructed as a five bedroom house, but the current owners have adapted the accommodation to provide four bedrooms with a particularly large master bedroom suite with en suite shower room. The kitchen has also been re-fitted and enjoys a wonderful outlook over the adjoining orchard and to the Quantock Hills. The property is double glazed and has gas fired central heating. The gardens have been equally well maintained and enjoy a good deal of privacy.
In summary the accommodation provides:
Reception hall with balustraded staircase to first floor, with under stairs storage cupboard
Cloakroom with modern white suite comprising close coupled w.c and vanity basin with cupboard below.
Sitting room, a particularly light and airy double aspect room with French doors opening to the rear garden and affording a lovely outlook over the adjacent orchard and towards the Quantock Hills. Log effect gas fire, egg and dart coved ceiling, double doors with bevel edge glass opening through to the
Dining room again with French doors opening to the rear garden
Study with built in glass front display cabinets with shelving, hatch to loft space
Kitchen/breakfast room beautifully appointed throughout with the kitchen having an extensive range of German units by ALNO, incorporating three built in Siemens ovens, one being a steam oven, one conventional and the third a combination oven/microwave and two with warming drawers. Built in Siemens dishwasher, built in frost free Siemens fridge freezer, and Siemens ceramic four ring hob and Miele wine cooler, sink with fitted boiling water Quooker tap. The kitchen is a lovely light and airy double aspect room with bay window on the side elevation again affording lovely views over the adjacent orchard
Utility room with space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, Worcester gas fired boiler serving the domestic hot water and central heating systems, glazed door to side garden, door to attached double garage
Hatch to loft space, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder
Master bedroom, a larger than average double room (originally two rooms) and with stunning views towards the Quantock Hills, two double built in wardrobes
En suite shower room, beautifully appointed with double shower enclosure, vanity basin with drawers below, close coupled w.c, heated and illuminated mirror
Bedroom 2/Guest Bedroom again with two built in double wardrobes
En suite shower room with shower enclosure, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled w.c (original suite).
Bedroom 3 another good sized double room with two built in double wardrobes
Bedroom 4 with outlook over the rear garden
Family bathroom beautifully appointed with a white suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and separate shower attachment, vanity basin with cupboards below, close coupled w.c, heated and illuminated mirror
The property is approached from the cul-de-sac over a tarmacadam driveway, giving access to the attached Double Garage with twin remotely operated up and over doors, fitted cupboards and second fridge/freezer, pedestrian door to the rear garden.
The gardens are an undoubted feature of the property and have been equally well maintained and provide a wonderful setting for the house. Two paved terraces, provide attractive sitting/dining out areas from which to enjoy the lovely views towards the Quantock Hills, and the West Somerset Railway and its steam trains. Further areas of lawn bounded by flower and shrub borders stocked with numerous specimen shrubs and trees, designed to provide colour and interest throughout the year. To the rear of the garage can be found a further paved area with garden shed. From the main lawn steps descend to a lower area of garden where the owners have planted a fernery. The garden backs on to farmland/orchard and accordingly enjoys a good deal of privacy. The rear garden includes a mature oak tree, outside lighting and taps.
14 Lethbridge Park enjoys a pleasant cul-de-sac situation on this superb parkland development, with its tree lined approach and close to the Quantock Hills, which have been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offering miles of footpaths and bridleways. The development is situated approximately 1.5 miles from the village of Bishops Lydeard and there is a path in the development that leads to towards the village. Within Bishops Lydeard there is a good range of amenities to include shops, fine parish church, doctor s surgery, library, inns, post office, primary school and garage. The property also enjoys good access to Cedar Falls Health Farm where there is a range of facilities, including a golf course. Taunton the county town provides a comprehensive range of recreational, scholastic and shopping facilities, as well as a main line railway station and an M5 motorway interchange.
From Taunton proceed in a north westerly direction towards
Williton on the A358. After bypassing Bishops Lydeard and Cedar Falls Health Farm, turn left on to the B3224 signed to Ralegh's Cross. The entrance to Lethbridge Park will be seen on the left hand side after approximately 0.25 mile. Continue up the tree lined parkland approach and follow the drive into the development. Continue through the development and turn left into the first cul-de-sac and number 14 is at the head of the cul-de-sac in the right hand corner.