The Oaks, The Causeway, MARK, Somerset
This three bedroom semi detached home was built just five years ago. Presented as if it was still new, the light and spacious property is located on the outskirts of the village of Mark. Equally well suited to investors looking for an income, the accommodation includes a sitting room which is open plan to a dining area which is then open to the modern kitchen. This entire ground floor area is perfect for those looking for modern open plan living. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two doubles and a single, and a family bathroom. The easy to manage rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area directly outside the dining area, ideal for entertaining. The gravelled front drive has off road parking for three cars. Offered with the benefit of no onward chain.


The spacious entrance hall has a wooden staircase leading to the first floor accommodation with storage under. Door to the downstairs WC which has a low level WC, a wall hung wash hand basin and an obscured double glazed window to the side. There is double glazing throughout the property. The hall has under floor heating which continues through to the:

Sitting Room

A spacious reception room with a bay window to the front aspect. Measures 14' 10" x 11' 8" (4.52m x 3.56m) with a centrally positioned multi fuel stove set with a feature brick built fireplace. The under floor heating the extends through to the:

Dining Area

Open plan to the sitting room area and measuring 11' 8" x 6' 8" (3.56m x 2.03m) with French doors leading out to the patio and rear garden. The dining area opens in to the:


Fitted with a modern range of wall and base units with work tops over. Ceramic sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over. Space for a Range style cooker with an extractor hood over. Integrated dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer. A larder style cupboard houses the wall hung LPG fired combination boiler. Measures 14' 1" x 9' 2" (4.29m x 2.79m) with a window overlooking the rear garden.<br/><br/>Back to the entrance hall and stairs leading up to the:

Bedroom One

Measures 11' 8" x 11' 6" (3.56m x 3.51m) with a double glazed window to the rear overlooking the garden.

Bedroom Two

Another double bedroom which measures 11' 8" x 9' 10" (3.56m x 3.00m) and has a double glazed window to the front aspect.

Bedroom Three

A single bedroom which measures 8' 1" x 6' 2" (2.46m x 1.88m) with a window to the side.

Family Bathroom

Panelled bath with a fitted shower and shower screen over. Low level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin with a mixer tap. Chrome ladder style radiator and an extractor fan. Measures 6' 6" x 6' 6" (1.98m x 1.98m) with an obscure double glazed window to the front. Extensive tiling to the water sensitive areas and recessed down lighting.


The easy to manage rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed on two sides with fence panels. French doors form the dining area step out to a patio area. On the other side of the house there is a shed and access back to the front of he property.


There is a gravelled drive with off road parking for three cars. Immediately off the road there is a gravelled area shared with the house next door which is also used as a turning area.

Services and Location

Mains electricity, water and drainage. Under floor hating throughout the ground floor and controlled in three different zones. The LPG fired combination boiler is housed in a cupboard in the kitchen. The council tax band through Sedgemoor District Council is: 'C'. For the purpose of planning your journey the postcode for this property is: TA9 4QT. You will find our 'for sale' board outside.

About the Area

'The Oaks' is located on the outskirts of Mark which is a very popular village about three miles due west of Wedmore. There are two pub restaurants, a village store and post office, a garage selling fuel, a church and a village hall. It is a very active community. There is also a playing field, bowls club and a cricket ground. The property is situated in the well regarded Cheddar Valley catchment area including Mark First School, Hugh Sexeys Middle School and the high performing Kings of Wessex Upper School. Local Independent schools nearby include Wells Cathedral School, Sidcot, Millfield and The Taunton Schools. Access to junction 22 of the M5 is only 10 minutes away, as is Highbridge &#38; Burnham railway station with regular trains to Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway. Bristol international airport is approximately 25 minutes north via the A38 with the centre of Bristol another 15 minutes further on.