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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Evercreech - Between Castle Cary, Bruton and Shepton Mallet.

Withdrawn from Market £520,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Charming and handsome period house.
  • Set on outskirts of this increasingly popular village.
  • Considerable character and appeal with comfortable accommodation.
  • Large double sitting room.
  • Farmhouse style kitchen.
  • Pretty gardens with pond.
  • Double garage.
  • Outbuildings.

Full description

This charming and handsome period house has considerable character and comfortable accommodation. Pretty garden, garage and outbuildings.

Bruton 4 miles, Castle Cary 5 miles, Glastonbury 10 miles, Shepton Mallet 4 miles, Wells 9 miles, Bath 23 miles, Yeovil 20 miles.

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Roderick Thomas, their clients and any joint agents state that these details are for general guidance only and accuracy cannot be guaranteed. They do not constitute any part of any contract. All measurements are approximate and floor plans are to give a general indication only and are not measured accurate drawings. No guarantees are given with regard to planning permission or fitness for purpose. No apparatus, equipment, fixture or fitting has been tested. Items shown in photographs are not necessarily included. Purchasers must satisfy themselves on all matters by inspection or otherwise. VIEWINGS - interested parties are advised to check availability and current situation prior to travelling to see any property.

To the left is a large very light and airy sitting room having a double aspect. Originally 2 rooms the first part has a slate fireplace with a wood burner, good views and a step leads down to a lower sitting room area which overlooks the garden.To the right of the hall is the dining room with a marbled slate fireplace and a display alcove.The kitchen also leads off the central hall and has a farmhouse style with plenty of space for a table and chairs. There are flagstones, a range of fitted units, worksurfaces, 11/2 bowl sink unit, tiled splashbacks, a dishwasher and an inglenook with a range cooker. An original swivel door opens to steps down to the cellars with a well and extensive storage areas. Off the kitchen is a large conservatory. In one area are a sink unit and a range of cupboards with space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. A great feature and benefit is a wonderful vine which is trained internally and produces a fine crop of dessert grapes.

First Floor 
On the first floor are a landing and a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom with a hand basin, wc, bidet, shower cubicle and a built in cupboard.In addition there are 3 other bedrooms two of which have original fireplaces and one having a range of fitted wardrobes with old pine doors.The bathroom has t&g panelling, hand basin, wc, bidet, bath, shower cubicle, a built in cupboard and the linen cupboard.

To the side of the house is a large garage with plenty of space for 2 cars plus storage, an electric up and over door, light and power, the gas central heating boiler and a rear pedestrian door. Just outside the garage is a garden wc and a log store. Elsewhere in the garden is a greenhouse and good workshop fitted with power. The house stands in its gardens with mature trees and shrubs, flowerbeds, lawns and a small pond. Outside the conservatory is a very pleasant, sheltered and private area having a sunny south facing aspect and which is protected by a stonewall.

On entering Evercreech from the west continue through he village, pass the Church and the property is a short distance further on the right hand side.

About The Area 
Evercreech is pleasantly situated in beautiful countryside away from but in easy reach of major roads. It's an increasingly popular village having a good range of amenities including a fine church, primary school, surgery, pub, store & post office and a number of other small businesses. In addition it's a very friendly and very active community with a varied range of social, sporting and cultural organisations. For more information see Wells and the nearby towns of Bruton, Castle Cary, Street, Glastonbury and Shepton Mallet are all within a short drive and offer a wide range of facilities. Bath, Bristol and Yeovil are in commuting distance and the A303 is a few miles south on the A37. Within 5 miles at Castle Cary is a main line station to London Paddington (100 minutes). There are many excellent state and independent schools nearby including Strode College, Crispins, St Dunstans, Wells Blue School, Wells Cathedral School, Millfield and the...

Hampton Cottage is on the south eastern outskirts of the village alongside the quiet country road which leads to Bruton. The front of the property is bounded by a stonewall and steps lead up to the forecourt. This is a handsome Grade ll listed house with a symmetrical Georgian front elevation demonstrating the front part of the house was added to an older house which dates back to at least the 18th century.?The house has characteristics of both periods and retains original details including sash window, shutters, flagstones and fireplaces. These are complemented by a good kitchen, 2 bathrooms and gas central heating with radiators. At the front of the house is a very attractive classical Georgian portico shielding the front door which has a fanlight above and opens into a good size reception hall with a fine staircase and doors to the living rooms.

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19 September 2016

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