Rendezvous, Round Oak Road, CHEDDAR, Somerset
WALKING DISTANCE TO SCHOOLS AND SHOPS ...... Rendezvous is an attractive stone built detached family home which was constructed in 2008 for the current owners. This four (or five) double bedroomed property provides truly versatile and generous sized accommodation. Considerable attention to detail has created what is an impressive, well presented and large family home which is only a short walk into the centre of Cheddar whilst backing on to fields and benefitting from wonderful open countryside views, including the Mendip Hills. On the ground floor a large sitting and dining room opens into the bespoke kitchen breakfast room. Central to take in the views of the Mendips the kitchen is a real feature of the house and very much in keeping with modern day family living. The utility room is off the kitchen with a ground floor bedroom or office next to a ground floor shower room. Upstairs there are four very spacious double bedrooms serviced by two 'Jack and Jill' bathrooms which offer ease of use and functionality. A large patio runs across the back of the property with steps down to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn whilst backing on to fields and taking in views of the Mendip Hills. The front drive offers off road parking for at least five cars.

Ground Floor

The entrance hall has stairs leading to the first floor with storage under, a row of cloaks cupboards with storage above and Oak flooring which continues throughout the ground floor accommodation, apart from the office. Immediately off the hall is the dual aspect SITTING and DINING ROOM measuring an impressive 29' 11" x 13' 11" (9.12m x 4.24m) with a feature stone built fireplace with a wood burning stove on a slate hearth in the centre of the room. There is a large bay window to the front aspect and sliding patio doors out to the rear garden. Internal double doors then open into the wonderful KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM measuring 20' 5" x 13' 11" (6.22m x 4.24m) and positioned centrally in the house to ensure the rear window takes in the stunning views of the Mendip Hills. The kitchen includes a range of bespoke wooden wall and base units with wooden work tops over and an inset Belfast sink with mixer tap over. Integrated dishwasher and space for a Rangemaster cooker with matching hood over. Ample space for a freestanding fridge freezer and a dining table and chairs. Tiling to the water sensitive areas. Off the kitchen is the UTILITY ROOM measuring 8' 4" x 6' 8" (2.54m x 2.03m) with a door out to the rear garden, units to match the kitchen and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Off the utility room is a GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM which is ideally situated for the GROUND FLOOR BEDROOM. Measuring 12' 1" x 9' 8" (3.68m x 2.95m) this room is currently used as an office but offers versatile accommodation. With its own door out to the side of the property this optional fifth double bedroom is well suited to a teenager or elderly relative. <br/><br/>Back to the entrance halls and the Oak staircase leading to the:

First Floor

The spacious and light LANDING offers access to the loft space, the airing cupboard and all four bedrooms. This includes the MASTER BEDROOM which measures 14' 5" x 13' 7" (4.39m x 4.14m) with a range of fitted wardrobes along an entire wall. There is also a large double glazed window to the rear aspect offering lovely elevated views across the garden and towards the Mendip Hills. Leading off the master bedroom is the EN SUITE (12' 1" x 8' 7") which also has a door back on to the landing allowing ease of use and functionality. This large bathroom could very easily be split into two to offer both the master bedroom and BEDROOM TWO en suite facilities. Bedroom two is another impressive double bedroom measuring 16' 3" x 14' (4.95m x 4.27m). BEDROOM THREE measures 14' x 12' 5" (4.27m x 3.78m) and like bedroom two has a double glazed window to the front aspect. BEDROOM FOUR measures 10' 8" x 10' 5" (3.25m x 3.18m) and has elevated views across the rear garden and the countryside beyond. Both bedrooms three and four have a door to the 'Jack and Jill' SHOWER ROOM measuring 10' 7" x 4' 6" (3.23m x 1.37m).


The impressive front of the property which offers parking for at least five cars is enclosed by a mixture of established hedging and fencing. On one side a gate provides access through to the rear of the property and the large patio which stretches across the entire width of the house. Backing onto fields and taking in wonderful views of the Mendip Hills in the background, the rear garden has a lovely sized allotment. The current owners planted over 200 hedging plants for a new hedge, consisting of Hazel, Wild Dog Rose, Wild Cherry and Hawthorn. The gardens have many mature shrubs including hydrangeas, camellias and roses, with plenty of spring bulbs from snowdrops to daffodils and primroses. There are two plum trees and two grafted gorgeous organic eating apple trees.

Garage and Parking

The large and impressive front drive has parking for at least five cars. The existing garage is effectively used for storage with twin doors, power and light. What would have been the original garage was rearranged and divided up to allow the ground floor bedroom at the rear.

Services and Location

Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected. At the time of preparing these details the council tax band through Sedgemoor District Council is: TBC. For the purpose of planning your journey the postcode for this property is: BS27 3BN.

About the Property

Rendezvous (meaning 'Meeting Place') was designed to the current owners specification by a local architect and was then constructed in 2008 by a well regarded firm of builders. The remaining term of an NHBC certificate will be passed on to the new owners. Rendezvous has a vented hot water storage system - Baxi Duo-Tec combination gas boiler located in the garage, all CORGI compliant with Certificate. The front of the house built using local Cheddar Quarry stone. All the flooring is solid oak throughout the house, apart from the study room and all doors and frames, staircases are also from solid oak.

About the Area

Cheddar is a village at the foot of the Mendip Hills and just 9 miles north-west of Wells. Within easy reach of the A38, Bristol is only 30 minutes away (18 miles) and the M5 motorway approximately 15/20 minutes. Bristol International Airport is 25 minutes away. Cheddar offers a good range of amenities with a wide range of shops including a bank, building society and a Post Office. There are also doctor and dentist surgeries. Local tourist attractions include Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole Caves. The property is located within the school catchment areas for the local First school, Fairlands Middle School and the Kings of Wessex Academy. The Kings Fitness and Leisure Centre adjoining the Kings of Wessex Academy offers an extensive range of activities for all the family.