Hot Property | Charming country cottage in Stone Allerton

Hot Property | Charming country cottage in Stone Allerton

Old meets new in this beautifully restored light-filled cottage

Address: Front Street, Stone Allerton | Price: £530,000  l  Bedrooms: 4 | Receptions: 2 | Agent: Cooper and Tanner 01934 713296

This beautifully restored four-bedroom property lies in the sought-after village of Stone Allerton. You will find original features throughout Tavener Cottage such as exposed stone walls and ceiling beams and an inglenook fireplace in the dining area, while enjoying the luxuries of modern living.

Hot Property | Charming country cottage in Stone Allerton

Oozing cottage charm, the beautifully fitted light and airy kitchen-dining room has a breakfast bar, a good range of units, space for a range cooker and integrated appliances. It is also fitted with beautiful solid wood worktops and wooden flooring, which runs throughout the ground floor. As well as forming the heart of the home, this area is a great space to entertain.

This stylish cottage features a lovely bright and spacious sitting room with oak beams, floor to ceiling windows, as well as bifold doors opening onto the enclosed south-facing garden.

On this floor, you will also find a utility room with oil-fired boiler, another reception room that could be used as an additional bedroom, study or playroom, plus a shower room.

Take the stairs from the entrance hall to the large master bedroom, complete with en-suite shower room. On this floor there are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom with roll-top bath. There is also access to the loft via a hatch on the first-floor landing.

You will find a lovely sun patio and lawned area to the rear of the house, as well as a garden to the rear of the kitchen with a lawn and raised vegetable beds.

The gated gravelled driveway offers ample parking for several cars and a pedestrian gate leads through to the rest of the garden.

Both Stone Allerton and Chapel Allerton lie between the historic village centre of Wedmore and the A38 with direct links to Bristol International Airport (approx 14 miles) and the M5 junction 22 (approx seven miles).

The Cathedral City of Wells is about 12 miles distant while Bristol and Bath are within commutable distance of about 23 and 30 miles, respectively, while train stations Highbridge & Burnham-on-Sea, Weston Milton and Worle are all less than eight miles away.

Serving the two Allerton communities, you will find the popular pub, The Wheatsheaf, which has its own smoke house and deli.

The property also falls within the popular Hugh Sexey/Kings of Wessex Academy school
catchment area.

With stunning interiors and a perfect outdoor space for relaxing, this beautifully renovated and extended detached country cottage is a real gem.

Contact Cooper and Tanner today to book your viewing.

Cathy Parnham


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