Properties of the Week : Tucked away in their own private corner

By Susie Watkins

15th Jun 2021 | Property of the Week

This week there are two properties of the week, tucked away and next door to each other in a quiet and sunny corner but close to a popular local school.

These freshly renovated terraced cottages enjoy a quiet position with far-reaching views and windows across the valley.

Offered for sale with no onward chain, Springfield Buildings in Radstock comprise a small clutch of miners cottages constructed during the late 1800's on an an elevated spot, just two minutes walk from Trinity Primary School and a ten minute walk from Radstock town centre.

Number 39 Springfield Buildings, bright as a new penny with plenty of charm is the end of terrace cottage and enjoys far reaching views. It has a carefully planned internal layout, with an attractive open-plan lounge, dining and kitchen room. On the first floor the main bedroom reaches the full width of the property and enjoys panoramic views.

Sister property number 40 Springfield Buildings has an attractive kitchen dining room with a range of fitted units connecting to a separate utility room and cloakroom, alongside a utility porch to the rear. On the first floor there is a really good size master bedroom, which is the full width of the property with lovely views, along with a decent sized single bedroom and bathroom with a shower over the bath.

Both are priced at £210,000.

To find out more about these two gems, or to find a full list of all the properties for sale, or for rent, across the Somer Valley area, call Sam Chivers on 01761 411020 or click HERE : the Sam Chivers site


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