Peasedown St. John is an attractive hill-top village, which dates back to the Iron Age. Ideally situated between Radstock and Bath, and serviced by regular bus links across Somerset, it has a welcoming community feel.
This particular property is nestled on the slopes of the much sought-after north-western side of the village. As such, it commands exceptional views across the valley, and is still only a short walk from local amenities, including a bakery, post office, public houses, and local stores.
The current owners have been in residence for over ten years, and have tastefully updated the property during their time. It now boasts a light and spacious living room/diner, with an attractive flue-less gas fire, and laminate wood flooring. The French doors at the back open onto a level patio area, and a raised, manicured lawn, which is bordered by seasonal flowers.
The kitchen is fitted with wooden units, which offer a cosy country feel, and yet still provides plenty of storage. There is a spacious, well-appointed family bathroom, and the added bonus of a downstairs study. The whole of the ground floor is linked by a traditional hallway, and accessed via a secure front porch.
Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms, which are all neutrally decorated, and well-proportioned. The master is at the front of the house, and has built-in wardrobes, and a small W/C. The second bedroom is also at the front, and as such is perfectly positioned to make the most of the views. The third bedroom has access to a sizable void space, which is currently being used for storage, but which could be converted to create a larger bedroom, and/or en-suite.
In addition to the front and rear outside spaces, the property has its own driveway, and a sizable single garage.
Council Tax Band: C
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First Time Buyer: £0 Next Home Buyer: £3,500 Additional/Investment Buyer: £11,600
3 Bedroom House - Semi-Detached
Are you looking for the perfect balance between country retreat and modern living? Then this three-bedroom, semi-detached home in Peasedown St. John could be the answer.