This Grade II Listed Georgian House has stone, brick and rendered elevations beneath a mainly slate roof. The main fascade is typically Georgian with pretty sash windows, together with a panelled front entrance door with glazed fan light over. In more recent years the property has been substantially and sympathetically improved, so the property is now offered in good order throughout with modern fixtures and fittings including gas fired central heating. Of particular note is the large extension to the rear of the property which now provides a wonderful kitchen/family room which has recently been re-fitted with a range of cream units with beech work tops. Built in Dishwasher, Bosch hob with hood over and Double Oven. Built in Fridge/Freezer. This room enjoys a lovely southerly aspect with French doors opening directly onto the rear terrace. Also on the ground floor can be found a living/sitting room, further sitting room/study and cloakroom, whilst on the first floor there are two double bedrooms with the master bedroom having an en-suite bathroom/shower room, whilst the second bedroom also has an en-suite shower room.
The gardens are very much a feature of the property, enjoy a wonderful southerly aspect and are fully enclosed by panelled fencing. Immediately to the rear of the property can be found a paved terrace with useful garden shed. The remainder of the garden is lawned and bounded with flower and shrub borders. The end of the garden opens onto a parking area and here can be found a Single Garage. Subject to the necessary consents the potential exists to construct a larger garage if required. Access to the garage can be found over the adjoining private road (Meadow Close). The front garden is set behind iron railings and an archway to the side of the property affords access to a side pedestrian gate and the rear garden.
4 The Conies occupies an extremely convenient location in the centre of this sought after village within walking distance of all its amenities. Kingston St Mary is one of the most sought after village close to Taunton, offering as it does a thriving community with many clubs and organisations with amenities to include a highly regarded primary school, fine parish church, pub, garage, village hall and playing field. The village stands at the foot of the Quantock Hills, which have been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and they provide miles of footpaths and bridleways ideal for those with walking and riding interests.
Taunton the county town is about three miles away with the railway station being found on the Kingston side of the town. Taunton offers a comprehensive range of recreational, scholastic and shopping facilities, as well as a main line rail link to London (Paddington) and an M5 motorway interchange.