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- Semi Detached House
- Three Bedrooms
- Sitting Room/Dining Room
- Seperate Driveway
- Side Access To The Garden
The front door leads through a lobby (with cloakroom storage to the right) directly into the main room of the property: a good-sized sitting/dining room.
This room has triple windows facing out onto the front lawn and the staircase to the first floor. There is plenty of space for a six-seater L-shaped sofa. A door to the rear leads through to the kitchen where the glass-paned back door and double windows bring in lots of light and look out over the back garden.
The kitchen has plenty of cupboards with both high and low units and there is ample work-surface space. There is under-worktop space and plumbing for washing machine and fridge as well as room for a four seater kitchen table.
The back door to an outdoor space consisting of a paved patio area close to the house and a south-facing grassy lawn with raised beds to the right. There is side access to both the drive and the rear of the garage. Upstairs are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The largest bedroom has a
The property has a garage with a back room providing additional storage. Additional off-road parking is available to the side of the house.
The property is on mains water, electricity and sewerage, has gas central heating and is not subject
to any ongoing maintenance charges.
The property located on the southern fringe of Wellington, a short distance from the town centre
(about 0.8 miles to the High Street). Wellington is a small market town situated at the foot of the
Blackdown hills and c. 7 miles from Taunton, the county town of Somerset. Wellington is well served with amenities including Waitrose and a range of independent shops, cafes, tea rooms, restaurants, pubs, a sports centre and swimming pool – it even has its own vintage, single-screen art-deco cinema: "the Wellesley".
Wellington has a friendly and enthusiastic sense of community spirit: this includes community
gardening projects and even its own food festival! With a strong market heritage, Wellington is
culturally distinct and interesting: it has its own 1.8 ha Grade II listed landscaped park, a 15 th century church and is overlooked by the 175ft (c. 53m) tall Wellington monument. This obelisk, completed in the 1820s to commemorate the Duke of Wellington’s victory at Waterloo, stands high on the neighbouring hills and is visible from much of the town.
This property is well situated in Wellington for access to the M5 (about 2 miles East along the )
Council tax band: NotSet