A stunning Georgian five bedroom townhouse which has been lovingly restored and maintained.
Offering spacious and very flexible accommodation this elegant townhouse boasts many attractive period features including original flag stone floors, stripped and sealed floor boards, fireplaces, dado rails and picture rails.
The property is located in a quiet street a short walk from the town square. Axbridge is a charming medieval town offering easy access to neighbouring Cheddar and Wells. Axbridge centres around a Medieval square with a post office, butchers, chemist, local shop and a number of pubs and restaurants. The smallest town in Somerset, Axbridge is well located for commuting to the nearby business centres of Wells and Cheddar. Weston-super-Mare and Bristol are reached via the nearby M5 and A38 and Bristol International Airport is a 15 minute drive away.
There are two well proportioned, south facing reception rooms each with period, open working fireplaces and sliding sash windows. The entrance hall leads to the rear where there is a cloakroom and a charming kitchen/ breakfast room. It has been tastefully fitted with a range of bespoke units with granite work surfaces, Belfast sink, dishwasher and range style cooker in an alcove. Beyond the kitchen is a traditional pantry fitted to match the kitchen. Leading off the pantry is a laundry room and a rear door opening to the large tandem garage which will easily accommodate two vehicles. Also, from the pantry is a recently renovated snug/hobbies room which is flooded with natural light from the large Velux window. On the first floor there are five double bedrooms including a master bedroom with a vaulted ceiling and en-suite shower room and spacious family bathroom. Potentially there is a sixth bedroom, currently a dressing room and large attic space offering further potential.
At the rear of the house is a private enclosed courtyard with steps which lead up to the garden. The impressive rear south facing garden offers stunning views over the surrounding countryside, including Glastonbury Tor and the North Somerset Coast line. The mature garden is approximately 130 feet in length and is principally laid to lawn but also features several mature trees including a Fig tree. There is also a useful greenhouse and garden shed. The rear garden is flanked by beautiful stone walls and a large stone terrace ideal for al fresco dining.
LOCAL AUTHORITY Sedgemoor Council; VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the Agents: DJ&P Newland Rennie Tel: ; REFERENCE 25781/100320