5 Lime Street is a beautifully presented terraced cottage, which has been skilfully and sympathetically refurbished and enjoys tall ceilings and large windows providing light and airy accommodation. The well appointed accommodation is skilfully combined with character features of the period, including cast iron ornamental fireplaces, tiled floors and exposed painted floorboards and the property has the benefit of double glazing and gas fired heating. On the ground floor there is a lovely sitting room with fireplace incorporating woodburning stove, kitchen/dining room with a comprehensive range of fitted units and garden room with doors opening into the courtyard. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a well appointed family bathroom.
There is a delightful courtyard adjoining the rear of the property, which enjoys a good orientation whilst there is a further detached area of garden.
Entrance door to
Reception Hall with tiled floor, understairs storage cupboard
Sitting Room with bay window to front, fireplace incorporating woodburning stove
Kitchen/Dining Room with a range of modern units providing work surfaces with cupboards and drawers under, wall mounted cupboards, single drainer sink unit, range cooker with extractor hood over, built in dishwasher, tiled floor, stairs to the first floor and window
Garden Room with door to the courtyard, exposed floorboards and door to
Cloakroom/Utility with low level w.c., wash basin, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, wall mounted cupboards, window and tiled floor
Bedroom 1 with ornamental Victorian fireplace, exposed floorboards and window
Bedroom 2 with ornamental Victorian fireplace, window and exposed floorboards
Bedroom 3 with window and exposed floorboards
Bathroom with suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., window, tiled floor
Adjoining the rear of the property is a small courtyard which is well enclosed and provides a delightful outside sitting/dining area. Accessed from a passageway to the rear of the property is a further garden area, which is at present uncultivated and has a timber shed
5 Lime Street enjoys a delightful situation close to the centre of this popular village. The village of Nether Stowey offers excellent amenities for day to day needs, including convenience store, butcher, doctor's surgery, primary school and pubs. The village stands at the foot of the Quantock Hills which have been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty and provide miles of footpaths and bridleways, ideal for those with walking, riding and mountain biking interests. Nether Stowey is also well placed for ease of access to Bridgwater, where there is an M5 Motorway interchange. Taunton, the County Town, provides a comprehensive range of recreational, scholastic and shopping facilities as well as a main line railway station and M5 Motorway interchange.