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3 bedroom house for sale

Lamyatt, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4

Sold STC £300,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming Detached Cottage
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Siting Room
  • Kitchen/ Dining Room
  • Garden Room
  • Bathroom
  • Utility
  • Generous South Facing Garden
  • Views
  • No Onward Chain

Full description

A charming detached cottage situated on the fringe of this pretty Somerset village. 3 bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, garden room, utility and first floor bathroom. Very pretty and generous south facing garden, car port to side. No onward chain. EPC Rating F

Myrtle Tree Cottage is a charming detached period cottage situated on the edge of this rural yet accessible village that lies within a short drive of both Bruton and Castle Cary. This interesting two storey dwelling provides accommodation over ground and first floors, warmed by oil fired central heating system and also benefiting from double glazing. Although some modernisation is required, this lovely home is ready for immediate occupation. The generous sitting room features a fire place with woodburner whilst the spacious kitchen/ dining room has an integrated double oven and hob and further fire place. Opening to a delightful garden room with views to the garden providing much natural light. Viewing is highly advised and please note there is no onward chain involved with the sale.

Lamyatt is a small rural hamlet of some 183 residents that borders the local landmark of Creech Hill. One of the longest continuously inhabited settlements in Britain and has a recorded history pre-dating Roman times and is now a thriving community with a church and village hall. Situated close to the market town of Bruton (2.5 miles) which has been featured recently in The Times as the most fashionable place in Britain along with editorials in Vogue and Country Life, Bruton is a vibrant Somerset town nestling in the foothills of the Brue Valley surrounded by unspoilt countryside and is well renowned for its schools, restaurants and artistic The town has retained a charming character over centuries of changes from pre-Domesday to the present and is steeped in history. Castle Cary (4 miles) is also a pretty market town with a bustling High Street. There are many schools of repute close by with Hazlegrove in Sparkford, Wells Blue and Cathedral, Millfield in Street, Bruton with Kings and Sexeys and Ansford Community School. Castle Cary boasts a mainline station to Paddington and Templecombe line to Waterloo, along with Bruton station. Major routes with A303 to London and Exeter, A37 to the historic cities of Bath and Bristol and motorway connections making the south west easily accessible and commuter viable

Immediately to the side of the cottage is a carport providing under cover parking although slight adaption is needed as there is a temporary store within. The garden is located to the rear, south facing, and being particularly attractive. The garden is certainly of a generous size mainly lawned and containing a wide variety of shrubs and plants, contained within mature hedgerow and also having the benefit of a gate providing side pedestrian access to the adjoining footpath.

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24 August 2016

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