Corner Cottage, Hozzard Lane, HEATH HOUSE, Wedmore, Somerset
Corner Cottage is a superbly well presented stone built period property set in a plot approaching two acres and situated in a quiet rural position yet within easy reach of the centre of Wedmore. This attractive detached home has been carefully extended to create a spacious family home, well suited to modern day living. The current owners have also upgraded and improved this charming property throughout. An impressive entrance hall leads to a wonderful kitchen breakfast room. Off the kitchen is the living and dining room which leads to the family room. Also off the hallway is the sitting room which leads to the conservatory. Upstairs there is a dual aspect master bedroom with a newly fitted en suite and three further bedrooms as well as the family bathroom. Outside the house is surrounded by formal gardens a patio and a private rear courtyard garden. The gardens extend into the paddock and in total the plot extends to just under 2 acres. Entrance to the property is through a five bar gate on to a large gravel drive with off road parking for several vehicles.


The entrance to Corner Cottage is through the open stone built porch with windows either side and under a tiled roof. A heavy wooden stable door then leads into the impressive reception hallway. Refurbished along with the like the rest of the property, this light and airy area was extended as part of the refurbishment works. The painted wooden turning staircase leads to the first floor with ample space under for storage or a desk, for example. There is a recess book shelf, an exposed ceiling beam and natural slate flooring which leads through to the wonderful new kitchen breakfast room. Again, improved and updated as part of the refurbishment works this lovely family room has a range of bespoke hand painted wall and base units with a mix of wood and granite work tops over and a double ceramic Belfast sink with mixer tap over. Range cooker with an integrated extractor hood over. Integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Ample space for a table and chairs. Exposed ceiling beams and recessed down lighting. Large window overlooking the rear as well as French doors leading out to the courtyard garden. Off of the kitchen is the living and dining room. Like the kitchen, another room with lots of natural light and measuring just over 22' in length. Exposed Oak wooden flooring and a wood burner on a flagstone hearth. A door then leads into the family room at the rear. This room is also used as a study with French doors leading out to the rear courtyard. Painted ceiling beams and Oak parquet flooring. Back to the entrance hall and a door leading into the lovely light and spacious sitting room. This dual aspect reception room has a vaulted ceiling with exposed ceiling beams and oak wooden flooring. Doors then take you out into the conservatory, of standard construction and taking in views of the garden. Also off the hallway is the utility room which has a WC and a boiler room with a relatively new oil fired floor mounted combination boiler. <br/><br/>From the reception hall a painted wooden turning staircase leads up to the first floor accommodation which again benefited from the extension and refurbishment works carried out by the owners around four to five years ago. With two windows at the turning points and another on the landing this area is again, light and airy. The split level landing has an airing cupboard and pine floorboards with access to all four bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom is another impressive feature of this charming home. It is dual aspect with windows to both sides of the property and both taking in lovely far reaching countryside views. Exposed painted ceiling beams and a door into the new en suite shower room which has only recently been updated and is presented superbly well. There are a further three bedrooms, all three will take a double bed. In keeping with the rest of the property the family bathroom is presented to a very high standard. With a freestanding roll top bath with claw feet and fitted shower over, exposed wooden floorboards and a window taking in unspoilt countryside views.


In total the plot is thought to approach two acres. Large five bar gates opens on to the gravel drive which extends to the entrance porch and around the side of the property. The formal gardens at the side and the rear are mainly laid to lawn. This extends in to the paddock, all privately enclosed by a selection of established trees forming the boundary. A patio runs around the conservatory and the side of the property to the rear gardens with a selection of flower borders and mature plants and shrubs. There is also a private courtyard garden at the rear of the property, screened from the lane by mature hedging. This attractive patio and gravel area is enclosed by a picket fence and gate with ample space for a table and chairs. At the entrance on the drive there is an old stone build gate house, possibly offering potential use as a home office (STPP). At the rear there is also a vegetable garden and the new oil tank.


From the lane a five bar gate opens on to a long gravelled drive with parking for up to 10 cars. Wells suited to larger vehicles there is also ample space to erect a garage.


Mains water and electricity. Private drainage and an oil fired boiler. At the time of preparing these details the council tax band through Sedgemoor District Council is: E.


For the purpose of planning your journey the postcode for this property is: BS28 4UT. From our Wedmore office, proceed out of the village towards Blackford. Turn left off the Blackford Road just before Hugh Sexey's School into Wellsway. Take the next turning right into Hozzard Lane where the road bears right, and then left, and at the next bend the property will be found on the right hand side with our 'for sale' board outside.

About the Area

Heath House is a hamlet around a mile from the Georgian village of Wedmore and all its popular amenities. Wedmore is a thriving Village with a range of shops including essentials such as the village store and newsagent, butcher and a chemist. There are a range of individual shops, boutiques and galleries as well as pub restaurants and tea rooms. Within easy reach there are a wide range of clubs and societies. Most cultural and sporting activities are catered for in the area. There are excellent state and independent schools locally including Wedmore First School Academy, Hugh Sexeys Middle School and the high performing Kings of Wessex Upper School. Local Independent schools include Wells Cathedral School, Sidcot, Millfield and the Taunton Schools. The property is within easy distance of the M5 and Highbridge &#38; Burnham railway station with regular trains to Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway. Bristol international airport is approximately 17 miles north.