Large family home in sought-after village

white house with brick add-on and attached double garage with front garden

The family home is in a small cul-de-sac in Lympsham - Credit: House Fox

Spacious rooms and a huge back garden are features of this fantastic four-double bedroomed detached property in the pretty Somerset village of Lympsham, just outside Weston.  

One of only eight in the cul-de-sac, the house comprises an entrance porch, hallway, 24ft dual-aspect lounge with central wood-burner, dining room, 21ft kitchen-breakfast room with double doors to the garden, shower room and study downstairs. There are four double bedrooms, and a family bathroom upstairs. 

beige large living room with window at far end, wood-burner and furniture

The living room is a good size - Credit: House Fox

A double sink, granite worktops, induction hob and integrated appliances make up the kitchen, while the main bedroom has an en-suite shower room and walk-in wardrobe. 

There is also a large garage, lawned front garden, and a beautiful 60ft x 25ft back garden made up of lawn, raised deck, shrubs and borders. 

back of house with extension and lawned garden with raised deck and luxurious garden furniture

The beautiful garden is perfect for relaxing in - Credit: House Fox

Double glazed windows were fitted throughout in 2017. 

The property also benefits from being within the Hugh Sexey and Kings of Wessex secondary school catchment area, and is within walking distance of the village shop and cricket pavilion. 

dining room with beige carpet and walls, window at far end

Even the dining room is a good size - Credit: House Fox


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Price: £550,000 

Location: Church Lane, Lympsham 

Agent: House Fox, 01934 314242 

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