Shepton Mallet Property of the Week: The best of both worlds
This lovely two-bedroom end-of-terrace home is on the edge of the countryside, but also just a short distance to Shepton Mallet town centre.
By Emma Dance
23rd Jun 2022 | Property of the Week
This lovely two-bedroom end-of-terrace home, on the market with our property sponsor, Charles Barnard, is on the edge of the countryside, but also just a short distance to Shepton Mallet town centre.
The kitchen has plenty of work and storage space and is fitted with a four-ring gas hob and electric oven, and there is space for a fridge.
The lounge/dining room leads straight through from the kitchen, this was opened up by the current owners, but still retains the door from the hall, so could easily be re-installed to separate the kitchen off again. There is a double glazed window to the rear and a half glazed uPVC door leading to a small fully double glazed porch area that leads to the back garden window.
Also on the ground floor is a useful utility room with space for a washing machine and freezer, and there is also shelving for extra storage.
Upstairs there are the two bedrooms. The first bedroom is lovely and big, with a built-in wardrobe and pretty views over the garden and the fields beyond.
The second bedroom is currently being used as a craft room/office but would be a lovely room for a child.
The house is set back in a cul-de-sac, and being an end terrace has the added addition of extra garden around the side. The garden is surrounded by a wooden picket fence at the front and side. which is laid mainly with herringbone pattern bricks to create more of a hard standing low maintenance garden. Although it does have a pond and a few smaller shrubs and flowers.
The rear garden is south facing and is enclosed by a brick wall and fencing. The garden itself is tiered, with the lower tier being laid to gravel, and the upper tiers are decked. There are plenty of small flowers, shrubs and bushes. At the rear of the garden is a gate which leads to the rear pedestrian access for the other properties in the row. Beyond this are fields, so the property is not enclosed or to overlook from the rear. The cul-de-sac has plenty of residential parking, along with easy street parking.
The home is on the market with Charles Barnard for £220,000.