A rare opportunity to purchase a unique Grade 2 listed Georgian house, dating from the 16th Century.
The house has been carefully restored using traditional Lime Render techniques, as recommended by the National Trust, the property sits in the historic part of the village, near the centre.
The house is also part of the Cheddar History Trail.
Entrance Hall (6.53m x 2.41m)
Decorative cove ceiling, chandelier style hanging light with a decorative ceiling rose, dado rails, reclaimed timber wooden flooring, two wall light points, stairs leading to first floor landing with under stairs storage space, two feature original style radiators and a rear aspect wooden glazed window. Doors leading to the dining room, sitting room and living room.
Living Room (5.03m x 4.62m)
A front aspect room with original wooden glazed windows and shutters, with decorative cove ceiling, chandelier style hanging light, with central ceiling rose, original style reclaimed wooden flooring, radiator, television point and a feature stone built fireplace with a decorative marble outer surround and mantle.
Sitting Room (5.00m x 4.52m)
A front aspect room with original wooden glazed sliding sash windows with original shutters, textured and cove ceiling, ceiling light feature with central ceiling rose, reclaimed wooden flooring, two feature original style radiators, gas meter cupboard.
Dining Room (5.23m x 4.39m)
Dual side aspect original glazed Sash windows, one to each side, of which one overlooks the rear garden; both with feature window seats. There is a beautiful feature stone built inglenook fireplace with a cast iron log burner sat on a flagstone hearth, also with a feature wooden seat under the fireplace, reclaimed wooden flooring, ample space for a large dining table and chairs. Door leading to the kitchen
Kitchen (4.52m x 4.42m)
A side aspect room with original wooden glazed sash windows to each side of which one overlooks the rear garden, original wooden door leading to the rear garden, ceiling spotlight features, tile flooring and a door to the craft room/ Bedroom 5. A lovely light and airy kitchen fitted with a range of base and eye level units with granite rolled edge work surfaces over, an integrated dishwasher, a ceramic Belfast sink with mixer tap over, an original fireplace with bread oven wooden beam over housing the AGA and a ceramic five ring hob, and space for a tall fridge freezer.
Craft Room/ Bedroom Six (4.67m x 3.30m)
A side aspect room with wooden glazed sash windows, ceiling spotlight feature with four rotating spotlights, laminate wooden flooring and a radiator.
Half Landing & Cloakroom
On the half landing of the stairs there is a wooden obscure glazed door leading to the cloakroom; a rear aspect room with a wooden glazed window, ceiling light, tile effect vinyl flooring, low level WC and a corner wash hand basin.
There are two main landing areas, one with an airing cupboard and access to Bedroom 1,2 and 3. The 2nd landing area gives access to Bedroom 4, 5 and the family bathroom, and has 2 radiators and a rear aspect original wooden glazed sliding sash window.
Master Bedroom (4.90m x 4.27m)
A front aspect room with original wooden glazed sliding sash windows with shutters, ceiling light, radiator, feature cast iron fireplace with a slate half and decorative outer surround and mantle.
Bedroom Two (4.90m x 4.11m)
Another front aspect room with original wooden glazed sash windows and window shutters, ceiling light, radiator and a decorative feature cast iron fireplace; currently blocked off.
Bedroom Three (3.76m x 3.53m)
A front aspect room with original wooden glazed sash windows and window shutters, ceiling light and a radiator.
Bedroom Four (4.47m x 3.30m)
A side aspect room with original wooden glazed sash windows, built in storage cupboards, ceiling light and radiator.
Bedroom Five (4.67m x 3.53m)
A side aspect room with original wooden glazed sliding sash windows, ceiling light and radiator.
Family Bathroom (5.16m x 3.43m)
Originally Bedroom 6, a large bathroom with ceiling spotlights, tile flooring, a rear aspect original wooden obscure glazed sash window, a large walk-in shower/ wet room area with a wall mounted mains power shower system, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, a large claw foot roll top bath with a hand held mixer/shower attachment over, and a feature original style vertical radiator.
At the front of the property there is a lovely stone walled garden with a pedestrian gated access and shingled stone walkway leading to the front door, to the immediate front of the property there is a shingled stone area and lawned areas to either side of the pathway.
The main, side and rear gardens are accessed through a the feature, bespoke wooden gates into the driveway which provides off street parking for 6 vehicles.
The garden is fully enclosed with fencing and original stone walling, there is a shingled stone walkway leading around the house to the outside dining area, there is a lovely stone built arched feature leading to the front garden.
The main rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn.
There is also a feature stone built outhouse which currently houses the wall mounted vaillant gas fire combination boiler system, it has flagstone style flooring, ceiling light; its currently used as the utility room with space and plumbing for washing machine and other appliance space. The current vendors have applied for planning permission to create an access into the craft room/ Bedroom 6 and to convert the outhouse into a utility room and wet room; creating an annex for the main house.
Location for Norville Lane, Cheddar
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