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The Lodge, High Street, PAULTON, Somerset
495,000
ATTENTION INVESTORS ..... THIS PROJECT INCLUDES A SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME, A ROW OF GARAGES AND AN OPTION TO PURCHASE A PROPERTY NEXT DOOR ...... The Main home being sold is an attractive stone built Victorian property which was completely REFURBISHED THROUGHOUT in the summer of 2017 and until recently was rented to professional tenants for 1500.00pcm. Conveniently located in the centre of this popular village and within easy reach of Bristol and Bath. The accommodation includes a spacious sitting room, dining room, kitchen off the breakfast room and a cellar/utility area. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate WC. Outside there is a courtyard in addition to the garden at the rear. The property is also being sold with a single garage and off road parking at the rear of the property as well as a row of garages offering a regular income of 400.00 pcm. The option relating to the purchase of the bungalow and plot next door is a promissory note giving the owner of 'The Lodge' first refusal to purchase the bungalow at the market value upon the death of the current owner. There is no chain.

Ground Floor

10' 7" x 8' 6" (3.23m x 2.59m) Steps up from the pavement lead to the glazed front door and on into the entrance hall which has an original tiled floor, a large storage cupboard, stairs to the first floor accommodation and doors leading to all of the downstairs reception rooms including the SITTING ROOM. Measuring an impressive 16' x 13' (4.88m x 3.96m) with high ceilings and a bay window to the front with original sash windows. Also off of the entrance hall is the DINING ROOM which is another well proportioned room with high ceilings. Measuring 15' x 14' 8" (4.57m x 4.47m) with attractive exposed wooden floorboards and bay sash windows to the side elevation. A door from the dining room leads out to the LEAN TO at the rear of the property. With a door out to the garden which leads to the parking this is essentially used for day to day access. Also off the hall is the BREAKFAST ROOM measuring 13' x 11' 11" (3.96m x 3.63m) which then leads to the newly fitted KITCHEN 10' 7" x 8' 6" (3.23m x 2.59m). The breakfast room has an attractive fitted wooden dresser and cupboards to match. A window to the side elevation and ample space for a dining table and chairs. The newly fitted kitchen has a range of modern units with Corian work tops over. Corian sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over, steam tap and a water purifier. Integrated gas oven and an induction hob. Dishwasher and ample space for a freestanding fridge freezer. Window to the side elevation, recessed down lighting and a door out to a rear lobby with access to the courtyard garden as well as the downstairs WC. Back to the entrance hall and a door and steps that lead down to the CELLAR. This spacious area has been refurbished and divided up into two areas, one is the equivalent of a 'man cave' and the other a useful utility area. <br/><br/>Back to the entrance hall and stairs leading up to the:

First Floor

The turning staircase leads up to a light and spacious LANDING AREA with recessed down lighting and a window looking out to the rear garden. BEDROOM ONE measures 12' 11" x 11' 11" (3.94m x 3.63m) and has a wooden sash window to the front aspect and a continuation of a sense of space with well proportioned rooms and high ceilings. BEDROOM TWO measures 12' 7" x 11' 9" (3.84m x 3.58m) with a window to the side and an airing cupboard housing the relatively new wall mounted Worcester gas fired boiler, a hot water tank and a 'Hive' control. BEDROOM THREE is another well presented double bedroom with high ceilings. Measuring 13' 1" x 12' 4" (3.99m x 3.76m at its widest points) this dual aspect room has wooden sash windows to the side and front elevations. The FAMILY BATHROOM is a fine example of the refurbishment works carried out recently. This lovely room has been refitted with an antique style suite including the bath with claw feet and a fitted shower and screen. There is a mix of tiled walls and wooden panels to dado height. Pedestal wash hand basin and a low level WC. White ladder style radiator, recessed down lighting, an obscure glass window to the front and an extractor fan. In addition to the family bathroom there is a SEPARATE WC with a low level WC, a small wall hung wash hand basin with a mixer tap.

Outside

The private rear garden is easy to manage and mainly laid to lawn. Surrounded by borders with mature shrubs and established plants. In addition there is also a courtyard garden at the side of the property. Outside tap in both the courtyard and the main garden.

Services and Location

Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected. At the time of preparing these details the council tax band for this property through Baines District Council is: E. For the purpose of planning your journey the postcode for this property is: BS39 7QJ. You will find our 'for sale board' outside.

About the Area

Located in the heart of the popular village of Paulton which was originally a coal mining village and is now perfect for commuters. This property offers village life combined with the convenience of local amenities including a Co-op, a newsagent/post office and public houses. It is also just a short drive to the local supermarket and various other superstores. Local schools include Paulton Primary and Norton Hill Grammar, Somervale and Chew Valley secondary schools. Approximately 30 minutes from Bristol, 20 minutes from Bath, 35 minutes from Bristol Airport and just 15/20 minutes to the centre of Wells. A bus service runs from Paulton to Bristol, Bath and the surrounding villages.

Garaging at the Rear and Parking

The drive from the road leads to the rear of the property where there is a single garage with off road parking for two cars, these are currently being sold with THE LODGE. In addition there is a row of large garages currently let out on a short term basis and producing a reliable income of 400pcm. These may at some stage also offer building potential, subject to planning and an overage clause. It may also be worth noting that the property itself has recently earned an income of 1500pcm which would in total provide investors with an income of 1900.00 per calendar month.

Promissory Note

The option relating to the purchase of ASHLEIGH HOUSE and ASHLEIGH BUNGALOW next door is a promissory note giving the owner of The Lodge (or her successor) a right and first refusal to purchase the both ASHLEIGH HOUSE and ASHLEIGH BUNGALOW at the market value upon the death of the current owner.