An attractive early 1900's substantial terraced house delightfully situated within walking distance of the village centre. (contd...) Read more
An attractive early 1900's substantial terraced house delightfully situated within walking distance of the village centre. (contd...)
Substantial period terraced house Popular Exmoor village Close to superb walks and the sea 4 bedrooms over two floors Oil fired central heating Double glazing Deposit £1,140 Pets considered Sorry no smokers
An attractive early 1900's four bedroom terraced house delightfully situated within a few minutes walk of the centre and within a mile of the sea.The property has been sympathetically improved whilst retaining many original features and offers a comfortable and well-proportioned family home with light and airy accommodation, oil fired central heating and double glazing to almost all windows.
Arranged over three floors the accommodation in brief comprises; entrance porch, reception hall with original period tiled floor, sitting room with cast iron and tiled fireplace with bay window with seat and archway to dining room with cupboards and shelves to alcoves, quarry tiled flooring and under stairs cupboard.The kitchen overlooks the rear garden and has been fitted with a modern range of cream coloured base and wall units with roll edged working surfaces, double oven with induction hob, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, extractor hood, integrated tall fridge/freezer, part tiled surrounds and door to rear porch and outside.
A staircase from the hall leads to a split level first floor landing with master bedroom to the front with Victorian fireplace and range of built in fitted wardrobes and cupboards.Bedroom two again has Victorian fireplace, pleasant woodland views and third bedroom again has s similar views. The bathroom is fitted with a white and chrome three piece suite comprising wash hand basin, low level WC, bath set in part tiled surround with shower screen, spotlights and vinyl floor covering. A staircase from the first floor landing leads to the second floor where there is an access to a useful roof space. The fourth bedroom has polished floorboards.
To the front is a lawned level garden with small leat/stream.At the rear a courtyard is situated immediately outside of the kitchen with timber pergola with climbing plants beyond which is a lawned garden with flower, shrub borders and two garden sheds.
Agents note: There is a residents pedestrian right of way between the courtyard and main garden.
Porlock offers an excellent range of everyday shopping facilities including; butcher, chemist, supermarkets restaurants and local inns and a number of individual shops.There is an excellent community with recreational facilities including; bowling, tennis and cricket and there is also a village primary school, health centre and church.There is a regular bus service travelling to West Somerset's premier coastal resort of Minehead where there is a comprehensive range of facilities.The County town of Taunton with mainline rail connections and access to the motorway network is approximately twenty eight miles to the east and for those who enjoy exploring the countryside, there are many renowned beauty spots of the area all close at hand.
ADMINSTRATION FEES: The following non optional fees are payable:
Admin fee - to cover the cost of referencing, credit check, inventory, tenancy agreement and notifying utility companies: £120 including VAT per adult applicant.
Guarantor fee (if required): £78 including VAT
Check out fee: £54 to including VAT to cover the cost of checking out the property and closing utility accounts.Payable at the end of the tenancy.
From Minehead take the A39 towards Porlock (5 miles) on entering the village take the first turning on the left by Doverhay car park into Doverhay.Proceed up the lane for approximately 250 yards where the property will be found on the right hand side.