Bro Dawel (quiet corner in Welsh) is a substantial town house built about 6 years ago for the present owners utilizing local materials and local craftsmen where possible and the house has the benefit of the balance of the NHBC guarantee. Bro Dawel has excellent accommodation laid out principally on two floors but with a large attic/second floor which could be utilized to suit requirements/needs of the new owner. The house has sealed unit double glazing and gas fired central heating and was built with energy efficiency in mind. Fittings throughout are of excellent quality with oak paneled doors, oak staircases, hardwood windows, fully tiled bath and shower rooms and a kitchen with bespoken oak kitchen cupboards with splashbacks of hand made ceramic tiles. The accommodation is spacious, light and bright with all principal rooms overlooking the attractive walled garden with glimpses of the Mendip Hills. A cosy snug/sitting room has a charming cast iron fireplace (decorative only) as a focal point whilst the 37' sitting/dining room has a handsome Doulting stone carved fireplace and French casements to the large terrace and garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is a particularly fine feature of the house, with tiled floor, an excellent range of cupboards and units, integrated appliances and a cream gas fired Aga cooker with additional gas hob at one end. A useful utility room adjoins with matching cupboards and spaces for laundry appliances. On the first floor is a spacious galleried landing with stairs rising to the attic second floor. The four bedrooms are all of generous size and three of these have en suite fully tiled bath/shower rooms and there is also a family bathroom. All sanitary ware is of good quality with modern fittings. On the attic second floor are two rooms, all with sloping ceilings together with a large loft for storage. These rooms would be ideal for hobbies, as a playroom for children or for sleepovers, or with the addition of Velux roof lights, could be fully integrated into the accommodation. Bro Dawel is an extremely well laid out and maintained house in a quiet location yet within easy reach of the bustling High Street of Castle Cary.
Bro Dawel is approached over a private road shared with two other properties. Wrought iron gates set on stone pillars open to a large parking and turning area with space for several cars adjoining the detached outbuilding comprising double garage with twin electrically operated doors, and a useful office ideal for anyone working from home and a gardeners WC. The garage block is of such quality that it could easily be converted to a separate annexe for a dependent relative subject to planning. The garden is walled on all sides, and laid principally to lawn bordered by well stocked and colourful shrub borders. A large paved terrace adjoins the kitchen/breakfast room and the living room.
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"A handsome and spacious town house quietly tucked away on the outskirts of Castle Cary with excellent and well laid out accommodation together with attractive walled garden."