Middle Cottage is a particularly attractive cottage in true "country cottage" style, with the front elevation enhanced by wisteria. The property exhibits many features, including a wealth of exposed timbers, together with an inglenook fireplace in the living room, with inset woodburning stove and a delightful, generous sized kitchen/dining room with Aga and French doors opening into the gardens. On the first floor can be found a master bedroom with en suite facilities, whilst there are two further double bedrooms and a well appointed family bathroom. The property has the benefit of oil fired heating and double glazing.
Middle Cottage is situated in generous terraced gardens, which have been skilfully and sympathetically enhanced by the current owners. There are lovely views to be enjoyed over the surrounding countryside and the property has the benefit of a garden store/workshop of timber construction and parking.
The accommodation comprises:
Entrance door to
Entrance Porch with tiled floor, window and oak door
Reception Hall with tiled floor with stairs rising to first floor providing understairs storage cupboard
Cloakroom with low level w.c, wash basin and tiled floor
Sitting Room which enjoys a lovely aspect and outlook with feature inglenook fireplace incorporating woodburning stove, engineered oak floor, three windows to the front elevation, exposed ceiling timbers
Kitchen/Dining Room which is a lovely room well suited to a modern lifestyle with French doors opening into the gardens, range of fitted units providing work surfaces with cupboards and drawers under, wall mounted cupboards, blue two oven oil fired Aga, integrated fridge and freezer, built in oven, hob and hood, tiled floor, central island, oil fired boiler, window to the front elevation, built in dishwasher, integrated washer/dryer
Landing with Velux skylight
Bedroom 1 with fitted wardrobes, window to the front elevation, two Velux skylights, fireplace (not in use)
En Suite with shower cubicle, wash basin with cupboards under, tiled walls and floor
Bedroom 2 with window with delightful outlook to the front elevation, Velux skylight, exposed ceiling timbers
Bedroom 3 with window to the front elevation, airing cupboard with tank, exposed timbers
Bathroom with suite comprising panelled bath with electric shower over, two wash basins with cupboards under, low level w.c., window to front, tiled floor
The property enjoys a delightful approach giving access to a parking area suitable for several vehicles and giving access to garden store/workshop of timber construction with light and power. To the front of the property is an enchanting "country cottage" style garden with lawn and bounded by flower and shrub borders and overlooking delightful countryside. There is a dining/seating area, which can be accessed from the kitchen/dining room and a timber shed. Pedestrian gate gives access to steps at the side of the property leading up to a gravelled sitting area with further steps up to a paved sitting/outside dining area, enjoying a lovely outlook. Further steps lead up to a well stocked garden with shrubs and trees, where delightful views can be enjoyed.
Middle Cottage enjoys a delightful situation in the small hamlet of Coombe, which is found to the north east of Taunton, at the southern end of the Quantock Hills. These hills have been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and provide excellent walking and riding opportunities and close by is the highly favoured village of West Monkton, with a village inn and nearby farm shop. 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.
From Taunton proceed through Monkton Heathfield and just after the Monkton Elm Nursery turn left into Dosters Lane. Proceed along this lane for approximately one mile and continue past the entrance to the church on the right and straight on up Church Hill and take the first turning on the right to Coombe. Proceed along this road passing Overton House on the left and continue down passing Coombe Farm on the right and Coombe Mill on the left hand side. Continue up the hill where the road bears sharp right and a gravelled drive will be seen on the right hand side and a concrete drive will be found on the left hand side marked "public footpath". Bear left here and follow this lane passing Combe Water on the left hand side and the property will be found on the right hand side immediately after Dingle Brook.