Prospect House is an impressive post war detached property, situated on the edge of the rural town of Mere. The town offers many day-to-day facilities, including a post office, butcher, mini supermarket, primary school, and doctor’s surgery.
Double entry gates lead to a curved drive and parking in front of the house with entry to the annex building. The Garden has various mature trees including three large flowering cherries and a Magnolia Grandiflora.
The front door has a pillared porch through which you enter a spacious hallway, which includes the staircase to the first floor and galleried landing with a large window looking over pretty countryside. The hallway includes access into the Dining Room and Sitting Room and corridor that runs behind the hall servicing a cloakroom, the lift, the kitchen and utility room. The Sitting Room is triple aspect with double doors into the garden, and the Dining Room has an open fireplace, as well access through to the study.
To the rear of the house is a large, light-filled kitchen with an oil fuelled three door aga, two sinks and quantities of units with granite tops. Double doors lead through to an impressive conservatory, with marble flooring as well as more French doors giving access to the gardens. Prospect house has about ½ an acre of garden with a large green house and shed. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms, a separate shower and loo, with a further two light family bathrooms. The main bedroom has views over the garden, as well as an ensuite bathroom with a corner bath and hand-held shower.
This property includes a large annex which needs to be completed inside, neat areas of lawn to the front of the property. To the rear, there are landscaped gardens, surrounded by mature hedges and trees, as well as a paved terraced and a sunny seating-area to the top of the garden.