Keller Williams UK
4 bed Detached House Sold STC

Russet Close, Wellington, Somerset

£325,000 Offers Over

Property Description

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  • Four Bedroom Detached House
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Lounge With Double Doors Onto The Garden
  • Utility Room And Downstairs W/C
  • Bathroom
  • Master Bedroom With En-Suite
  • Generous Garden And Summer House
  • Double Garage And Driveway
  • 3D Virtual Tour Available

Walk through

This four bed-property was built in 2011 and makes for a great family home. It is approached by walking up a paved path through a lawned front garden with some mature shrubs. The front door opens onto an entrance hall that links the kitchen-diner to the left, the sitting room to the right and the stairs to the first floor. There is also a downstairs WC by the front door and an under-stairs cupboard.

The kitchen-diner runs the length of the house, with windows at both ends providing ample light. The kitchen area has a built-in grill, oven and hob and benefits from views over the garden whilst cooking or washing up. There is plenty of dining space with room for a six-seater table and there is ample storage and worksurface space. The kitchen links directly to a utility room providing additional storage and worksurfaces, an additional sink and direct access to the rear garden. To the right of the entrance hall is a sitting room which, like the kitchen-diner, spans the length of the property providing space for a three-seater sofa and some large comfy chairs.

Double doors lead from the living room straight out into a good-sized lawned garden that extends across the width of both the house and double garage. The garden is south facing and private, not being overlooked from neighbouring properties. It includes a decked area with a summerhouse and a paved path linking the rear doors from the living room, kitchen and double garage with the summerhouse and the rear access to the house.

Upstairs are four bedrooms including an ensuite principal bedroom and a family bathroom.
The property has a double garage with power operated door and off-street parking for several vehicles. The attic and garage eaves are boarded providing additional storage options.
The property is on mains water, electricity and sewerage, has gas central heating and is not subject to any ongoing maintenance charges.

The property is well situated on a quiet cul-de-sac on the eastern fringe of Wellington, a short distance from the town centre (approx. 1 mile by car, 0.5 miles using on foot). 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 15th 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.

Wellington is well situated for access to the M5 (about 2 miles from this property) providing links to Taunton and Exeter (c.7 and 30 miles) and the A38 provides an alternative route in both directions. From Wellington the Blackdown Hills and Quantocks Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Exmoor national park are all within easy reach (approximately 2, 12 and 20 miles, respectively) as is the SW coast path on both the Westcountry’s north and south coasts (20 and 30 miles, respectively). There is a regular bus service to Taunton and Taunton train station provides main line access to London Paddington, the Midlands and North of England as well as to Exeter and the West. Bristol, and Bristol International Airport are easily accessed via the M5 (c. 50 and 43 miles).
Council tax band: NotSet