The small village of Burrowbridge is well placed for local amenities and within a 15 minute of Taunton, Bridgwater and Langport, which provide a range of amenities including a main line railway station. London Paddington can be reached in less than two hours and there is easy access to the national motorway network. Yeovil is 18 miles away and has a mainline railway station to London Waterloo. The south coast is a one-hour drive and there is a bus route close by. The village has a good local pub, which offers live music and a village hall. Burrowbridge is in the catchment area and has free bus travel to Heathfield Community Collage and Huish Espicopi Academy.DESCRIPTION
Tapping Wall Cottage is a stunning bespoke contemporary house, which has recently been completed to a high standard and was designed specifically to achieve a SAP/EPC band A energy rating. It offers great efficiency, which includes a heat recovery system, solar heating and an air source heat pump as well as super fast internet speeds.ACCOMMODATION
The accommodation is arranged over three floors. It includes an entrance hall with vaulted windows and a contemporary beech and glass staircase leading to the reverse level accommodation. There is triple glazed windows on the riverside and double glazed windows on the road side. The ground floor is fitted with underfloor heating throughout. On the ground floor there is a utility room fitted with a range of matching wall and base units, which includes a sink and has a door to the airing cupboard and a door to outside. There are three bedrooms, the master bedroom has a designer Italian en suite bathroom and the two further bedrooms share a Jack and Jill shower room. On the first floor there is an open plan kitchen and family room with twin bi-folding doors, opening out onto a balcony offering amazing views over the river towards Burrow Mump and the Somerset Levels. The kitchen has a glass ceiling to the second floor and is fitted with a range of high gloss wall and base units. It has a range of integrated appliances, which includes a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, built in oven and microwave. There is a Neff induction hob with extractor hood over. There is a built in bar area and breakfast bar with moveable table that matches the kitchen. The sitting room includes a contemporary electric fire and tiled under floor heating with door to a WC. On the second floor the master bedroom suite has floor to ceiling glazed windows offering great elevated views over the levels. There are a number of Velux windows and en suite shower room fitted with a contemporary suite.OUTSIDE
From the road there is a gateway providing access to a gravel parking and turning area. In addition, there is a brick built former Smithy that could be converted to form garaging or be used as ancillary accommodation subject to the necessary planning consent. The driveway and front garden is divided by high wooden fencing, opening on to a further parking area, which provides space and turning for a number of vehicles. There are a number of lawn areas at the front with a raised timber decking area. There is access via either side of the house leading to the rear garden with steps up to the river bank and again offering a wonderful aspect. The house is built on a relatively high piece of ground and the boundary that adjoins the river bank and is owned and maintained by the environment agency. There are lovely interrupted views across farm land to the ruin church and historic Burrow Mump owned by The National Trust. The river is slightly tidal and great for water based activities.DIRECTIONS
Proceed from Taunton on the main road to Burrowbridge. At the traffic lights before crossing the bridge turn right. Follow Stathe Road for a short distance and Tapping Wall Cottage can be identified on the left hand side by a Stags "For Sale" board.