A spacious and extended modern detached home sitting in a peaceful rural location. The well-presented accommodation begins with an entrance hall featuring a turning staircase to the first floor and doors leading off to the further accommodation including the kitchen/family/dining room, this provides a great space for entertaining. The kitchen overlooks the rear garden and is appointed with a range of cupboards, including an inset Belfast sink, space and plumbing for a gas/electric cooker, dishwasher and American style fridge/freezer. There is also an opening into a useful utility room, with a window to the rear, the central heating boiler and access to the outside. The family/dining area features a fireplace with inset wood burning stove and two windows to the front. The lounge has a double aspect with a feature fireplace and inset wood burning stove with double French doors opening onto the veranda. On the first floor there are four bedrooms. The master bedroom with its
rear aspect has been extended and now offers a good-sized room with an en-suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three have a front aspect, with bedroom four overlooking the rear. Lastly there is the family bathroom that comprises of a fully fitted white suite and a window to the rear.
A driveway provides ample parking. A stone building with an up and over garage door is set to one side with gated access into the rear garden. Across the rear southerly elevation is a large covered veranda. Steps lead down to a lovely mature garden, generous in size with a further patio and shaped shrub and rockery beds. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn, enjoying views across the adjoining paddock. Finally, there is a useful workshop/store.
Charlton Mackrell is a charming village situated in countryside 8 miles to the south east of Street (Millfield School) and 4 miles from the A303. The village provides a primary school and parish church. The neighbouring village of Charlton Adam offers a village stores, church and a pub. The surrounding centres of Street, Glastonbury (Millfield Junior School) (9 miles), Somerton (4 miles), Yeovil (11 miles) and Taunton (32 miles) provide a choice of shopping and recreational facilities. The cities of Bristol and Bath are 32 and 33 miles, Castle Cary railway station 8 miles with a main line to London Paddington, and Bristol International Airport is 39 miles. M5 Junction 23 is 18 miles.
Travelling along the B3153 from Somerton towards Keinton Mandeville and the A37 turn right signposted Charlton Mackrell. Continue for approximately one mile, as you approach a sharp right hand bend turn left in Peddles Lane. Alderely is found along on the lane on the right hand side.