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Sunshine Cottage, Highfield Terrace, Bower Hinton, Martock

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Property Description

Key features

  • Natural Ham stone spacious property
  • Two reception rooms
  • Three bedrooms
  • Extended kitchen and bathroom
  • Gas central heating
  • Off-road parking
  • Large 86'garden
  • Quiet village location

Full description

A spacious natural Ham stone terraced house, situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in a
village location. It has two reception rooms, extended kitchen and bathroom, three
bedrooms, scope for further extension (subject to planning permission), double
glazed uPVC windows, gas fired central heating, off-road parking and a large
garden with shed.

Services
Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage. Council tax band B

Location
Bower Hinton is part of Martock, a large village mainly built of local honey-gold
Ham stone, with a number of listed buildings, a beautiful parish church and a craft
centre. It has a good range of amenities including shops, doctors, optician, library,
pubs, hotel and bus service.

Martock has a good primary school and the surrounding area is well served by both
state and public schools. It is surrounded by countryside offering many beautiful
walks and is within a 45 minute drive of the South Dorset coast.

Transport links

Roads
Bower Hinton is within a mile of the A303 trunk road to London and Exeter and just
over 25 miles from the M5.

Trains
6 miles from Crewkerne for the Exeter - London Waterloo line (2 hrs 30 mins).
9 miles from Yeovil Pen Mill with trains to Bath, Bristol and Weymouth.
17 miles from Castle Cary for the Bristol - London Paddington line (I hr 48 mins)

Airports
Bristol - 42 miles
Exeter 37 miles

Accommodation
Front pathway leads to double-glazed uPVC front door which
opens to entrance hall.
Oak effect laminate flooring, stairs rise to first floor landing.
Panelled door leads to main reception room.

Sitting Room– 13'6 max x 13'9
A generous main reception room with uPVC double-glazed window to the front
enjoying a west facing aspect and the evening sun. Brick fireplace with slate tiled
hearth, living flame gas fire (which can be converted back to an open fire), fitted
fireside recess shelving, TV point. Moulded picture and dado rails, radiator. Brick
archway leads to under stairs storage area. Panel door leads to:

Dining room.– 7'10 x 9'10
Radiator, uPVC double-glazed window to the rear enjoying an easterly aspect and
the morning sun. Doors lead off the dining room to downstairs bathroom and
kitchen breakfast room.

Kitchen/Breakfast room– 12'4 x 10'9
A good sized room with uPVC double-glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
A range of hand painted panelled kitchen units comprising oak, butchers-block
effect, laminated work surface with tiled surrounds, inset 1 ½ stainless steel sink
bowl and drainer unit, space for electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine and
tumble dryer.

Downstairs Bathroom – 8'9 x 8'7
A very large family bathroom with fitted white suite comprising low level WC,
panelled corner bath with overhead shower, pedestal wash basin, fully tiled walls,
inset ceiling lighting, radiator, extractor fan, shelved alcove.

Upstairs
Staircase rises from entrance hall to first floor landing. Ceiling hatch leads to loft
with loft ladder. This partially boarded loft space with electric light soffers scope for
further conversion (subject to the necessary planning permission). Panel doors lead
off the first floor landing to:

Bedroom One – 13'7 x 11'1
A generous double bedroom with uPVC double-glazed window to the front with
views over an orchard. Moulded picture rail, radiator. Door to large fitted wardrobe
cupboard.

Bedroom Two – 12'6 x 8'7
Double-glazed uPVC window to the rear with pleasant views across the garden.
Radiator. Door leads to airing cupboard housing gas fired combination boiler
providing hot water and central heating, slatted shelving.

Bedroom three – 8'1 x 7’10
Presently used as a study. Double-glazed uPVC window overlooking the rear
garden. Fitted shelves. Radiator.

Outside

At the front of the property there is a concrete driveway, providing off-road parking
for one car. There is also ample on-road parking. This driveway is bordered on
one side by a lavender hedge. Directly in front of the house is an area planted with
shrubs and climbers. Outside light.

At the rear of the property there is a generous garden (approximately 86’ ) enclosed
by timber fencing, walling and mature hedging. It includes a shed (7’ x 4’) and
wooden Wendy house. This low-maintenance garden comprises a paved and gravel
patio area with outside tap, lawn, planted borders and a mature hazel tree. Plants
include a variety of shrubs, climbers and bulbs providing year round interest.
At the bottom of the garden a gate leads to a lane providing vehicular access. The
garden offers scope for further off-road parking or garage (subject to planning permission).

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
10 November 2016

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