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The Quantock is a beautifully appointed four bedroom family home of pleasing proportions and with a handsome symmetrical front elevation echoing the Georgian era. The accommodation centres upon an impressive reception hall which gives access to all the reception rooms and the large kitchen/breakfast room. On the first floor there are four bedrooms (2 en-suite) and a large family bathroom. The property is beautifully appointed with quality fixtures and fittings and has gas fired central heating and double glazing. Built by Coln Residential the property has the benefit of a 10 year Premier warranty.
In summary the accommodation provides:
A light and airy double aspect sitting room with French doors to rear garden, a double aspect dining room, study and well fitted kitchen/breakfast room with bi fold doors opening to the rear garden affording the opportunity for al fresco dining. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with built in wardrobes and en-suite bathroom. There is also a guest bedroom with en-suite shower room, 2 further bedrooms and a well-appointed bathroom. Full details and specifications are available from Humberts.
Plot 14 enjoys an attractive open outlook with a fully enclosed rear garden which enjoys a good level of privacy. To the side of the property there is a pleasant outlook over the nearby brook. The property has a good sized double garage with additional parking for two cars in front.
Otters Brook is perfectly located in a secluded yet central location in the thriving village of Cannington at the foot of the Quantock Hills. The Quantocks are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) renowned across the country for its spectacular and varied landscape ranging from sheltered wooded valleys to open heathland, a Jurassic coastline, undulating farmland and attractive villages. In addition the West Somerset coastline is within 4 miles and Exmoor National Park is nearby.
The independent village of Cannington is home to various shops such as butchers, bakers, public houses, primary school, village hall, church, golf course, equestrian centre and Bridgwater Agricultural College, including Cannington walled gardens.
Road access to the village is excellent, with the A39 providing easy access between West Somerset and Bridgwater/the M5 Motorway. By road Bristol is less than 40 miles away and Exeter just under 50 miles.
Cannington is situated approximately 2 miles from the busy town of Bridgwater which offers a full range of amenities and facilities including supermarkets, shops, a library, secondary schools, sports centres, a cinema and a theatre. It also has a mainline railway station. Bristol by rail from Bridgwater is about 51 minutes. Taunton mainline railway station is 12 miles from Otters Brook and has regular fast intercity services direct to Bristol Temple Meads and London Paddington with journey times of 32 minutes/1 hour 45 minutes respectively.
Nearby popular attractions include the medieval village and National Trust castle at Dunster, the Victorian seaside town of Minehead, Hestercombe House and Gardens on the outskirts of Taunton, the West Somerset heritage steam railway and traditional former fishing villages found along the coastline.
Living Room - 5757 x 3973 (18'11" x 13")
Study - 2488 x 2993 (8' x 9'10")
Dining Room - 3498 x 3226 (11'6" x 10'7")
Kitchen - 3506 x 5869 (11'6 x 19'3")
Bedroom 1 - 3503 x 3949 (11'6" x 12'11")
Bedroom 2 - 3528 x 3833 (11'7" x 12'7")
Bedroom 3 - 2937 x 3978 (9'8" x 13'1")
Bedroom 4 - 2700 x 2858 (8'10" x 9'5")
Total - 168m² (1808 sq ft)