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5 bedroom house for sale

Ditton Street, Ilminster, Somerset, TA19

Sold STC £385,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Natural stone Town House
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Drawing Room
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Garden Room
  • Utility Room
  • Ample Parking
  • Outbuildings

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An imposing natural stone 5 bedroom period town house set in large gardens of 0.383 of an acre, range of useful outbuildings. Hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, pantry, shower room, utility room, garden room, 5 bedrooms, bathroom. EPC Band E

Stoneham Lodge is an imposing natural stone period town house, situated just a short distance from the town centre offering spacious accommodation with gardens and grounds of approximately 0.383 of an acre.
The house is built of local stone solid wall construction under a slate roof with a more recent extension to the rear with rendered elevations. The property retains much of its original character and charm with exposed wooden floorboards, tiled entrance hall, feature alcoves, original doors, picture rails and sash windows, some with shutters.
The Accommodation is typical of this era with a large main drawing room, dining room to the front with separate kitchen/breakfast room. Extending at the rear is a useful single storey rear hall, pantry, utility and shower room and large gardens. On the first floor there is a large bright landing, three double bedrooms and two further single bedrooms, family bathroom. Outside the property is set back from the road with wrought iron railings and driveway with ample off road parking and outbuildings. The gardens in total extend to 0.383 of an acre.

Ilminster is a Medieval market town, the centre of which is dominated by the ancient Minster. The town developed further during the Georgian period with many of the properties being constructed in the local mellow Hamstone. The surrounding land is lightly wooded and is designated a Special Landscape area. Ilminster offers a full range of shopping and other amenities, together with schooling at primary and intermediate levels with churches of various denominations. Ilminster has convenient road access to both the M5, junction 25 lies 11 miles to the north-west and to the A303, now dual carriageway most of the way to the M3. There are mainline railway stations at Crewkerne 7 miles (London Waterloo) and the county town of Taunton 13 miles (London Paddington). Bath, Bristol and Exeter offer excellent cultural and shopping facilities within easy travelling distance. The World Heritage designated coastline lies 18 miles to the South.

The property is approached off Ditton Street with attractive wrought iron railings to the front with enclosed hard landscaped section. The driveway extends down the southern elevation with gated access into a large parking and turning area.

ADJOINING GARAGE 15'11" x 11'8" narrowing to 11'0"
ADJOINING STORE SHED 6'2" x 4'3"
COAL SHED

At the rear of the house is a patio area and raised flower bed with the garden being laid to lawn into shrubs and fruit trees.

Towards the Northern boundary is a LARGE WORKSHOP 24'0" x 16'8" with double doors.
WOOD SHED 14'8" x 7'1"
STORE 14'11" x 7'10"

In all the gardens extend to 0.383 of an acre.


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Added on Rightmove:
28 July 2016

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