The generously proportioned accommodation boasts character features throughout including wonderful exposed ceiling beams, attractive internal stonework and quirky shaped rooms. The sitting room in particular features an impressive inglenook fireplace with inset log burning stove, original bread oven and evidence of a former stone staircase which now makes a lovely shelved recess to one corner. From here the ground floor accommodation flows in order of dining room, inner hallway, utility room, recently fitted ground floor shower room, bespoke fitted 'L' shaped kitchen/breakfast room with outlook over the garden and wide opening to a conservatory extension. On the first floor there are five bedrooms and family bathroom. The internal accommodation is complemented by double glazing and oil fired central heating.
The cottage features a well manicured walled garden taking in a southerly aspect in its entirety, bordered by pretty flower and shrub beds at its edges. A full width area of paved patio extends from the rear elevation, affording an ideal spot for enjoying a barbecue of a summers evening. The spacious brick paved driveway adjacent to the garden provides ample off road parking for several vehicles and access to the detached tandem garage, complete with power, lighting and ample overhead storage. A Block built outbuilding is separated into two rooms, making for an ideal potting shed or outside garden store. Finally a possible hidden luxury at the foot of the garden in the form of a covered pool room! The swimming pool and room itself requires essential maintenance and much servicing before it can be used however when returned to a fully operational state, prospective purchasers can enjoy a fully heated and covered swimming pool with complete seclusion. The pool sits within a block built structure with vaulted roof and bi-folding doors opening onto the garden.
Woolavington is situated on the Polden Hills to the west of Street and conveniently placed for the M5 motorway. The property is located in the oldest part of the village next to the church and around the corner from the village store. Woolavington also provides a co-operative supermarket and a primary school. The nearest towns are Bridgwater and Street and provide a wide choice of facilities including Bridgwater College and Millfield school (public) in Street. Woolavington is well placed to take advantage of the many benefits life in Somerset offers including a large number of nature reserves found on the Somerset levels, walking on the Quantock and Mendip Hills, shopping centres and theatres in Bristol and Bath, the latter famous as a glorious Georgian City, and the north Somerset coastline.
From Street follow the A39 towards Bridgwater and M5. At Bawdrip (garage and car sales), turn right and proceed into the village of Woolavington. At the church turn right into Church Street. Number 3 will be identified a short distance on your left hand side.