This individual detached bungalow has brick elevations beneath a tiled roof and has been designed to take full advantage of the wonderful setting with the main reception room enjoying a wonderful triple aspect and views over the village and to the Quantock Hills in the distance. It offers light and airy accommodation with oil fired central heating and double glazing. The accommodation provides great flexibility as to use and the potential readily exists to incorporate a self contained annexe (subject to any necessary consents). The property is offered with no onward chain.
In summary the accommodation comprises:
Reception hall with tiled floor
Inner hall giving access to all the main rooms with cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, built in cloaks cupboard
Living room a particularly light and spacious split level reception room with windows on three aspects and affording wonderful views over the village and to the Quantock Hills in the distance. Stone faced fireplace with timber over mantle and raised hearth, bay window on the side elevation with fitted seating, double glazed sliding patio doors to the
Conservatory again affording wonderful views towards the Quantock Hills, folding doors open through to the
Dining room with serving hatch to the kitchen/breakfast room
Kitchen/breakfast room with the breakfast area being fitted with a range of dark fronted base and wall mounted units with work surfaces, tiled floor, archway opening through to the Kitchen area with pine fronted units and with inset four ring gas hob, built in Hotpoint electric double oven, plumbing for dishwasher, stable door to the rear garden
Utility room with fitted sink with cupboards below, further fitted work surfaces and wall cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, Camray 3 oil fired boiler serving the domestic hot water and central heating systems
Bedroom 1 again enjoying a pleasant double aspect with lovely views, built in wardrobes and dressing table
En suite bathroom
Bedroom 2 another good sized double bedroom with built in wardrobes with cupboards over
Bedroom 3/study with fitted shelving and double glazed patio doors opening on to the terrace and affording commanding views towards the Quantock Hills
Bathroom with suite comprising panelled bath with mix tap and shower attachment, vanity basin, close coupled w.c
Bedroom 4/study with window on the rear elevation
Situated to the side of the property are a suite of rooms with could be utilised to provide a self contained annexe if so required.
This comprises a large, open plan double aspect room with wood burning stove and again a window provides wonderful views towards the Quantock Hills. Double glazed sliding patio doors open to the front driveway.
The property is approached from the road through a gated access with tarmacadam drive way providing parking and turning space and giving access to the substantial double garage with up and over door, power and light connected and with recess housing the oil tank, fitted shelving. Paths to either side of the property give access to the garden. Situated adjacent to the property can be found a number of very useful sheds/wood stores. The majority of the garden lies on the north side of the property and here can be found a large paved terrace with adjacent borders providing attractive sitting/dining out area and affording lovely roof top views over the village and towards the Quantock Hills.
Fountains End occupies a particularly attractive setting in the centre of this sought after conservation village. The property occupies an elevated position and accordingly has beautiful views over the village and towards the Quantock Hills in the distance. Halse is a particularly active and sought after village with amenities to include popular pub, village hall and parish church. This village lies close to the larger village of Milverton with good local amenities, including doctors' surgery, convenience store and primary school. Taunton the county town is readily accessible and provides comprehensive facilities, with in addition to a good range of shops, excellent schools within both the state and independent sectors, racecourse, county cricket ground and a main line rail link to London (Paddington). The M5 (junction 25) is accessed on the eastern side of the town and close to this junction there is a large out of town shopping and leisure complex.
Leave Taunton on the A358 heading towards Minehead and Williton. On the outskirts of Bishops Lydeard turn left towards Ash Priors and Halse. Proceed over Ash Priors Common and proceed into the village of Halse and around the sharp left hand bend adjacent to the pub. Continue into the centre of the village and take the right hand turning to Milverton. The entrance to the property will be found as the first gate way on the left hand side.