4 bedroom house for saleStembridge, Martock, Somerset, TA12
Sold STC £450,000
- Entrance Hall and Laundry Lobby
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- Sitting Room
- Music/Family Room
- Wet Room
- Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
- Three Further Double Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
Beech House is a distinctive brick built detached house, the original part is believed to have been constructed in 1927 with later extensions. Originally named Orchardleigh, the property has been in continuous family ownership since new.
Beech House offers flexible accommodation with rural views, generous garage/store and private enclosed gardens.
Beech House has an oil fired heating system and uPVC double glazing in the most part.
Beech House is situated in the quiet village of Stembridge on the edge of the Somerset Levels and surrounded by its famous cider apple orchards - indeed, Julian Temperley's Somerset Cider Brandy Company is close by at Burrow Hill. Stembridge has a public house, The Rusty Axe, the sought-after Kingsbury Episcopi Primary School and is within the catchment area of the popular Huish Episcopi Academy
Stembridge adjoins the popular village of
Kingsbury Episcopi which offers local facilities including The Wyndham Arms, a community shop, recreation ground, St Martin's church and the Methodist chapel.
The larger villages of South Petherton and Martock and the market town of Langport are all about a ten/fifteen minute drive away; each having a range of amenities.
The administrative town of Yeovil is about 12 miles where there is a comprehensive range of recreational and educational facilities.
The county town of Taunton is about 15 miles with access to the M5 Motorway and fast Inter-City rail link.
There is also easy access onto the A303.
Beech House is set in a good sized plot of circa 0.3 acres. From the road, a gated private driveway leads around to the rear of the property where there is ample parking and access into the large single garage with power and light as well as a store room to the rear and eaves storage. There is a large wildlife shrubbery to one side of the driveway with a seating area - lovely as it is, this area could form additional parking if required. The majority of the gardens are laid to lawn interspersed with beds, including a particularly fragrant rose bed, and enclosed by feather edged fencing and hedging. Beech House takes its name from the two beautiful, mature copper beech trees in the grounds. There is a working well ideal for watering the garden.
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