A superbly presented 4 bedroom chalet bungalow in a desirable location on the Somerset/Devon border with views towards the coast over open countryside. EPC: Band E
Traditionally built with block and rendered elevations set beneath a tiled roof this spacious chalet bungalow has been extensively refurbished over the last 5 years. The current owners have made significant improvements including a new kitchen with quartz worktops, 3 new bathrooms, landscaped gardens and decoration throughout. The impeccable taste is mirrored throughout the property with particular emphasis on the bathroom fittings and tiling, intelligent lighting and beautiful bespoke kitchen and utility, both solid surface worktops. The accommodation briefly comprises of a kitchen/breakfast room, sitting/dining room, study, utility room and 3 bedrooms to the ground floor with a further guest bedroom suite with bathroom on the first floor.
Note: There is planning permission for a single storey extension creating a larger kitchen/dining space (planning ref: 17/2444/FUL
The total plot extends to just over 0.4 acres and the dwelling sits centrally within its grounds. At the entrance to the property a long tarmac drive leads up to the front of the house and parking area with an adjacent lawn stocked with a wealth of flowers, shrubs and bushes. A dwarf stone wall retains the lawn where it meets the road. A large patio with ornate railings leads directly off from the living room patio doors and provides extensive views towards the coast. The rear garden has been completely remodelled with hard and soft landscaping. The parking area is laid to tarmac and leads up to the garage. There is a beautiful winter garden with buff paviours, gazebo, ornate trellis work and raised sleeper flowerbeds which all provide a clean area to sit in the wetter months and a sun trap in the summer. There is a generous garage with workshop at the rear and separate block built store. The rear garden has also undergone significant change with a neat lawn, flowerbeds containing a mixture of flowers, shrubs and bushes, ornamental trees and a vegetable patch all enclosed by wooden close boarded fencing.
Located midway between Chard and Axminster, both about 5 miles distant, Chardstock is a thriving community with a shop/post office, popular primary school, village hall, pub and Church. The small market towns of Chard and Axminster both offer a wide range of services including a choice of major supermarkets, smaller retailers, educational and leisure facilities and Axminster benefits from an intercity rail link (London Waterloo). The World Heritage Jurassic Coast is about 7 miles away at Lyme Regis with its renowned Cobb Harbour and a range of delightful independent shops, and the Cathedral City of Exeter is about 25 miles to the West with international airport.