Charming period detached cottage, situated in the centre of the village along Church Lane, along with the beautiful village church and its grounds. The cottage affords a wealth of period features, offering scope for updating and with planning permission to add a two storey extension to the rear elevation. Further plans are available to view from the office, or can be found online using the planning reference 2018/1902/HSE.
On the ground floor, there are two main reception rooms. The lounge features an imposing inglenook fireplace with an exposed oak cross beamed ceiling and a flagstone floor. In the dining room there are also exposed ceiling beams and a window to front. The kitchen comprises a range of wall and base units with space and plumbing for a washing machine and upright fridge/freezer. Finally on the ground floor there is a bathroom off the entrance hall and a cloakroom accessed from the rear hall.
The landing features more exposed period beams, as well as oak architraves around the three bedrooms doors. The bedrooms have exposed floor boards, with bedrooms one and two having dual aspect windows, bedroom three having a window overlooking the rear garden.
Church Cottage enjoys a generous gardens, situated to the front, side and rear. Off road parking can be accessed from Church Lane, where parking is available for a minimum of two cars. The gardens are laid to lawn, and mostly retained behind mature hedgerow, with timber lap fencing at the foot.
The property is situated in the popular village of Baltonsborough which has local amenities including, Public House, Primary School and Parish Church. Baltonsborough is some four and a half miles from both the historic town of Glastonbury and the thriving centre of Street which offer good shopping, sporting and recreational facilities. The nearest M5 motorway interchange at Dunball, Bridgwater (Junction 23) is within half an hour's drive, whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.
On entering the village from Street/Baltonsborough, proceed to the staggered crossroads in the village centre, (Greyhound Inn opposite). Turn right into Martin Street and continue a little further, where the property can be found on the right hand side, as you turn into Church Lane.