LOCATED within close proximity of Wellington town centre in Somerset, this charming characterful property is offering suburban living at its finest.

Sitting on a substantial plot this large detached house is located on the corner of Owen Street and Seymour Street in Wellington, and is equipped with its own private driveway and large rear garden which offers ample seating and a decked area surrounded by trees and lawn.

Being of brick construction and with a part rendered exterior under a slate roof, this home benefits from a gas fired central heating system and double glazed windows throughout.

The property at 8 Seymour Street does a great job of showcasing a blend of characterful features, such as original tiles and being able to offer modern everyday living to its occupants.

Front of 8 Seymour Street
Front of 8 Seymour Street (Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington)

Sitting on a substantial plot, there is also opportunity with planning permission to further extent the property.

From the street and as you approach the house, you are presented with a well maintained and large front garden, which includes a lawn and pathway to the front entrance.

As you enter into the house through the front door you are in the reasonably sized porch, which gives you enough space to store everyday items such as shoes, coats and umbrellas.

Once you’ve left the porch and entered into the hallway, you are greeted with a spacious room that is filled with light and has characterful fixtures and fittings such as square black and red tiles, a high skirting board and dado rail.

Hallway (Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington)

The hallway provides access to the sitting and dining room, an under the stairs cupboard which is useful for more everyday items, and a staircase which leads to the upper family bedrooms.

Heading down the hallway and into the living room, you are presented with a large and bright room which is suitable for the whole family to occupy and socialise in at once.

The sitting room offers a fireplace, desirable hard flooring, and wall mounted lights.

Family living room
Large sitting room (Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington)

The room offers a bay window looking out towards the front of the property and is equipped with double French doors leading into the family room/bedroom.

Using the family room space as a potential bedroom, would includes access to a private bathroom which could be used an ensuite, this bathroom is only accessible to via this room and includes a shower, toilet and sink.

Family room/bedroom
Family room/bedroom (Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington)

The family room/bedroom also allows access to the large rear garden, via external double French doors. These large doors are also responsible for filling the room with plenty of light.

Family room/bedroom
Family room/bedroom (Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington)

Moving back through the sitting room, hallway and into the dining room, this room is large enough to allow for a large dining table set to seat at least 8 people and includes character features such as picture rail, fireplace and chandelier.

The bay window offers ample light and a view to the pleasant front garden.

An archway leads you from the dining room into the well equipped kitchen..

The kitchen has dual aspect windows, allowing views to the side of the house that faces Owens St, and to the rear of the house looking into the substantial garden.

Featured in the kitchen is an integrated cocker and hob, ample cupboard space and a work station area perfect for a kettle and toaster. A utility room offers its own sink and a place to keep your washing machine.

Kitchen (Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington)

Moving towards the rear of the kitchen you will find a boiler room and downstairs water closet.

Taking the hallway and heading upstairs, you will find the stairs allows for lots of room and its own window helping with natural light.

Upstairs you will find four very reasonable sized bedroom and a large family bathroom.

Family bathroom
Family bathroom (Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington)

Bedroom one includes a large window providing views to the front of the property, and the other three family bedrooms are spacious and would perfectly suit a larger family.

Master bedroom
Master bedroom (Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington)

For the summer months, the rear garden offers privacy from the neighbourhood and road with a low brick wall and hedging.

The rear garden comprises mostly of a large lawned area which allows for plenty of room for family activities, keen gardeners to get stuck in and grow their own, and ample room for thoughtfully placed benches to help you relax and appreciate your surroundings.

Rear garden
Rear garden (Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington)

Located to the rear is a large garage for vehicle storage which is fitted with a single window, and an outdoor home office, which could be perfect for someone who works from home or that could be used as a studio/workshop.

The driveway has ample off road parking available and a car port, and is finished in a pleasant stone pathed area.

Private drive
Private drive (Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington)

The property is currently for sale with a guide price of £550,000 and is council tax band E.

The energy performance certificates current rating has the property sitting at 62 D but has the potential to become 77 C.

Ideally situated within a short stroll of Wellington town centre, Seymour Street is a popular road on the north side of Wellington and offers quick access to the local swimming pool, gymnasium and various other facilities.

The town centre of Wellington is within a short easy walking distance of the property and has a fantastic range of both independently run shops and larger national stores such as the well-renowned Waitrose.

Wellington itself is situated between the River Tone and the Blackdown Hills.

A short car ride away is the County Town of Taunton, at approximately seven miles distance from Wellington, it offers access to a mainline railway station.

The property is being marketed by Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington.

Directions to get to the property from the Wilkie May & Tuckwood Wellington office are to proceed in the Exeter direction turning right at the town centre traffic lights into North Street.

Once one has reached North Street, continue along the road as it becomes Waterloo Road passing Wellington Police Station, and take the fourth turning on the right into Seymour Street; it is here where the property can be found on the left hand side as indicated by the for sale board.