5 bedroom terraced house for sale

North Street, Martock, Somerset, TA12

Guide Price £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Substantial Period house and separate two bedroom cottage
  • Refurbished throughout with many retained features
  • Five bedrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen/family room
  • Walled enclosed garden with garage block
  • Ideal for dual family or inter-generational living
  • Situated in the heart of Martock

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

5 BED HOUSE WITH 2 BED COTTAGE, IDEAL AS SEPARATE ANNEXE OR INCOME POTENTIAL Substantial stone built period house in the heart of Martock with an additional Hamstone cottage in the grounds. Arranged over three floors the principal house has extensive accommodation, of a deceptive size, with period features. Comprises, three reception rooms, 'open plan' kitchen/family room having been re-fitted throughout and wide windows in the family area overlooking the garden and an aspect to the historic Methodist Chapel, utility room, cloakroom/shower room, five double bedrooms over two floors, two of which are en-suite and a family bathroom with a deep 'Claw foot' bath. Phoenix Cottage, situated at the rear and approached from North Street by a gated drive, provides self contained accommodation, over two floors, comprising hallway, utility room, sitting room, fitted kitchen/dining room, two bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally the gardens form separate areas, partially giving a private garden to Phoenix Cottage with its own outbuilding, formal walled garden with lawn, productive vegetable garden and an enclosed garden for the main house. Parking on a raked gravel driveway for numerous vehicles at the rear and garage block providing garaging and under cover parking for two vehicles with attached wood store. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a property of this nature, which lends itself to a multitude of residential uses, whether it be dual family occupation or rental possibilities.

Located approx eight miles from the provincial town of Yeovil which has a mainline railway station, historic Martock has an excellent array of independent retailers. Open countryside with many footpaths surround Martock. Taunton, the county town, is about twenty miles to the west.


Entrance 
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Panelled entrance door with arch head fanlight over.

Hall 
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Staircase with spindled balustrade to the first floor, radiator, arch to flagstone floored rear hall

Sitting Room 
3.71m x 3.62m
Bay with inset double-glazed sash windows to the front, central fireplace with moulded carved wood surround, colourful glazed tiled cheeks, and functional period style hearth, deep plaster ceiling cornice having decorative mouldings, radiators, double-doors with stained glass panels to the dining room.

Dining Room 
3.68m x 3.56m
Fixed panel full height glazed window to the kitchen/family area, central Period fireplace with inset living flame gas fire, deep moulded plaster ceiling cornice, picture rail, radiator,

Study/Second Reception Room 
4.39m x 3.36m
Double-glazed sash window to the front, central period style fireplace with ornate carved wood surround, glazed period style tiled cheeks, cast iron hearth and an inset living flame gas fire, moulded plaster ceiling cornice, dado and picture rail, radiator.

Ante Room 
2.76m x 1.3m
Currently used as a store room, window to the side, radiator, door to shower room.

Shower Room 
0m x 0m
Double-glazed window to the rear, suite comprising wide glazed cubicle with shower, wash hand basin inset to vanity bar with cupboards beneath, low level W.c, tiled splash backs, heated towel rail/radiator.

Kitchen/Family room 
6.07m x 4.8m
Family area with wide and deep double-glazed windows allowing excellent natural light and an aspect over the garden, double-doors to the garden, two radiators, breakfast bar with cupboards beneath and opening into: Kitchen area, re-fitted with a comprehensive range of contemporary base and wall mounted units, incorporating glazed and shelved display cabinets, laminated work surfaces with lighting above, inset one and a half bowl vitreous enamel sink with period style mixer tap and constant on demand hot water tap, tiled recess for a range style cooker with hood above, plumbing for a dishwasher, warm-air heater, solar tube, coved ceiling, access to loft space.

Utility Room 
4.49m x 2.7m
Double-glazed window and partially glazed door to the garden, fitted range of base and wall mounted units with wooden work surfaces, inset 'Belfast' style ceramic sink with period style mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine, radiator, wall mounted gas fired boiler.

Landing 
0m x 0m
Arch head sash window to the front elevation, radiator, cupboard housing hot water cylinder, return staircase to second floor.

Master Bedroom 
3.67m x 3.5m
Double-glazed window to the rear elevation with garden view, full width combination wardrobe incorporating two hanging cupboards, chest of drawers and also glass fronted cupboards, coved ceiling, dado rail, radiator.

En-Suite Shower Room 
0m x 0m
Double-glazed window to the rear, suite comprising cubicle with shower and glazed screen, vanity basin with cupboard beneath, low-level W.c, tiled splash backs, radiator.

Bedroom Two 
3.75m x 3.15m
Bay to the front with inset double-glazed windows, sealed period fireplace with carved wood mantle, picture rail, coved ceiling, radiator.

Bedroom Three 
3.5m x 3.42m
Double-glazed window with garden view to the rear, sealed period fireplace, radiator, coved ceiling.

En-Suite Shower Room Two 
0m x 0m
Suite comprising, shower cubicle with glazed screen door, low level W.c, wash hand basin, tiled walls, wall mounted heated towel rail, coved ceiling.

Family Bathroom 
3.43m x 2.59m
Double-glazed window to the front, suite comprising deep roll top bath with claw feet, cubicle with shower and glazed door, wash hand basin, low-level W.c, all with period style taps, partial painted wood panelled walls, picture rail, extractor fan, radiator.

Second Floor Landing 
0m x 0m
Double-glazed skylight to the rear.

Cloakroom 
0m x 0m
W.c, wash hand basin.

Bedroom Four 
4.23m x 3.28m
Overall measurement to eaves, double-glazed dormer window to the rear with far reaching views over Martock to the surrounding countryside beyond, radiator.

Bedroom Five 
4.17m x 3.61m
Overall measurement with closet excluded, refer to floorplan,. Double-glazed window to the rear elevation providing a far reaching view over Martock to the surrounding countryside beyond, radiator, built in closet.

Phoenix Cottage 
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Self-contained detached Hamstone cottage with pitched tiled roof, having its own self contained area of garden, situated behind the main house.

Cottage Entrance 
0m x 0m
Double-glazed entrance door

Cottage Hall 
3.33m x 1.9m
Double-glazed window, radiator, coved ceiling.

Cottage Cloakroom 
0m x 0m
Double-glazed window, suite comprising low-level W.c, wash hand basin, tiled splash backs, radiator, coved ceiling.

Cottage Kitchen/Dining room 
4.18m x 3.69m
Double-glazed window to the front, fitted with a range of panel fronted contemporary style units, laminated work surfaces with lighting above, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, inset four burner gas hob and electric fan oven beneath, integrated appliances include dishwasher, fridge, freezer, radiator, wall mounted gas fired boiler.

Cottage Sitting room 
4.15m x 3.77m
Double-glazed French style doors to the enclosed garden, double-glazed window to the front, fireplace with carved wood surround, inset marble effect cheeks and matching hearth, inset gas fire, radiator, coved ceiling.

Cottage Landing 
0m x 0m
Access to loft space, radiator, coved ceiling.

Cottage Bedroom One 
4.15m x 3.77m
Double-glazed windows to the front and side, radiator, coved ceiling.

Cottage Bedroom Two 
2.62m x 2.26m
Double-glazed window to the front, radiator, coved ceiling.

Cottage Bathroom 
0m x 0m
Double-glazed window to the front, suite of bath with shower above, low-level W.c, vanity basin with cupboards beneath, tiled splash backs, heated towel rail.

Gardens 
0m x 0m
Predominately situated at the rear of the property and approached, from North Street, over a driveway with electronically operated double metal gates inset to an arch head. Forming separate areas with a Westerly aspect, including an enclosed lawned garden to the main house with patio area, lighting and tap, flower and shrub border. Central raked gravel parking area for numerous vehicles, enclosed garden to Phoenix Cottage laid to Astro-turf, patio area and a variety of trees and flowering shrubs, external lighting and water tap, further formal lawned garden area with high red-brick and stone wall boundaries, raked gravel and paved seating area, established trees and flowering shrubs inset to borders, decked seating area overlooking a pond with aquatic plants and productive vegetable area with slightly raised plots, and fruit trees. The garden is framed by the listed 'gothic' former Methodist chapel.

Garage 
0m x 0m
Garage block of timber construction beneath a pitched roof comprises a single size garage with remote controlled roller door, light and power, open garage/carport for one vehicle and an attached log store.

Outbuildings 
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Stone outbuilding situated to the rear of the garden with a pitched roof, divided into two separate areas, one providing storage for Phoenix Cottage with light and power double-glazed door and window. Further area providing a garden store/potting shed with access to the formal garden area, double glazed window and light and power. Aluminium framed greenhouse, further covered area being a bin/recycling contain store.

Agents notes 
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Above the driveway is a 'flying freehold' from the adjacent property attaching to the property. We understand from the seller that the adjacent property has a right of pedestrian access over the driveway to North Street.

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13 April 2017

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  • Crewkerne (7.0 mi)
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01935 589003 Local call rate

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