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A fabulous opportunity to acquire two adjacent character cottages, with the benefit of front and rear garden areas, being situated in the picturesque village of Combwich. The cottages comprise of a three bedroom end of terrace and two bedroom mid terrace, requiring varying degrees of modernisation whilst offering tremendous potential, subject to any requisite consents, for reconfiguration into either one large cottage, or a main residence with self contained ancillary accommodation, dual holiday lettings venture, or as a post works break up and resale opportunity.
The picturesque village of Combwich is a pretty riverside village situated approximately 6 miles north west of the town centre of Bridgwater and readily accessible to Taunton and the M5. Local amenities include a shop/post office, primary school, church, public house, community/village hall, childrens play park and the beautiful River Parret estuary with a bridle path and riverside walks.
5 Ship Lane
Ground Floor: Entrance hall, sitting room, dining hall, kitchen with door to the rear garden, bathroom.
First Floor: Landing and three bedrooms.
7 Ship Lane
Ground Floor: Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/diner with sun porch off and access to the rear garden, bathroom.
First Floor: Landing, two bedrooms and wc.
Both properties enjoy an elevated walled frontage, with garden/seating areas, with the main garden area lying to the rear of the property with productive fruit trees and a useful outbuilding requiring repair.
5 Ship Lane - Energy Efficiency Rating - TBC
7 Ship Lane - Energy Efficiency Rating - TBC
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