3 bed Terraced For Sale
Asking Price £299,950
Presented to an especially high-standard throughout and benefitting idyllic country views to the front and back is this three bedroom home on the edge of the Mendips and Chew Valley. This fantastic house is situated on a generous plot, with an extensive rear garden with a south-easterly aspect and a beautiful backdrop of fields on a rolling hill to the rear. This is a fantastic opportunity to buy a property in fantastic condition in a highly-sought after area. Parking is available to residents of this rank of four houses just over the road. As a rental property this also boasts potential, with an estimated rental value of £925pcm with further potential available through Air BnB or similar short-term lets due to the area popularity with visitors. The house is situated close to the village centre of Litton which is home to 'The Litton', an award-winning country pub and boutique hotel. The historic village offers a quaint but accessible spot, a short drive to Bath, Bristol and Wells. Marketed with no onward chain, the property is available to view via Boardwalk Property Co. on 01179898222.
Living Room 5.5 x 3.5m
Kitchen/Diner 5.6 x 3.6m
Master Bedroom 3.5 x 3.3m
Bedroom Two 3.5 x 2.9m (to maximum points)
Bedroom Three 2.5 x 2.5m (excluding storage cupboard)
Bathroom 2.4 x 1.8m
The house has front and back gardens, with the sizeable back garden overlooking fields to the back and benefitting from a south-easterly aspect.
Ford Lane is a quiet road which links Litton with nearby Chewton Mendip and East Harptree. This house is within walking distance of Litton Village Centre, which is home to an award-winning pub and a historic church. The pub, the outstanding countryside and the proximity to Bath and Wells, make this area hugely popular with tourist, which sees many hotels and guesthouses in the area thrive. For residents, the area is idyllic and offers an array of countryside walks, runs and cycles as well as several fantastic vantage points of surrounding green countryside from many areas. This is an area which is quiet and quaint yet one which has a lot going on and a scene of its own, typified not only by the success of the local pub but with several of Somerset's best eateries and venues nearby, such as the Ring O' Bells in Compton Martin, which has hosted surprise gigs from Kylie Minogue, Coldplay and Duran Duran. Whilst it is the tranquil nature of this area bordering the Mendips and Chew Valley that sparks much of the demand in the area, it is the proximity to Bristol, Bath and Wells, allowing day-to-day travel for work, that makes it a practical place to live, whilst still satisfying the desire of many to retreat from the city. This house offers its residents a short journey by car into all three cities, making it a commutable spot and also within reach for an evening or day out. Midsomer Norton and Radstock are also just a short journey for more shops and amenities. This is an area well worth exploring when you come to view this house.
What is Included?
The Property has benefitted from a full renovation which includes
Electrical rewire with 10 year electrical installation certificate
Combi boiler and central heating system with 5 year guarantee expires 22/01/2025
Gas safe certificate expires 23/01/2021
In the impressive fitted kitchen there is a built-in fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, oven, hob and microwave/grill, included within the sale. Two of the three bedrooms have built-in cupboards for use as wardrobes. The garden has a brick built shed and a timber shed included within the sale.
Estimated Rental Value
There are opportunities to rent out on a short and long term basis, with similar sized properties in the area renting from between £70 - £120 per night. On a more standard AST let, the estimated rental value is £925pcm
Awaiting updated EPC