3 bedroom cottage for saleChurch Hill, Templecombe
Situated in a quiet no through lane is this recently renovated semi detached stone cottage boasting good ceiling heights and presented to the market with the bonus of no onward chain. The property also has the convenience of being close to the village centre and within walking distance to the primary school, mainline train station and open countryside. The sellers have invested a great deal of time and energy in transforming this once tired cottage into a chic, stylish and contemporary home without loss of character and it will certainly bring a smile to the next lucky owner. Whilst restoring this delightful cottage, the current owners revealed a host of hidden character features which included ceiling beams and rafters, concealed window on the landing and a most charming inglenook fireplace and original flagstone floor in the sitting room. The cottage was stripped back and now benefits from being re- plastered and rewired, state of the art electric heating installed with digital low consumption radiators, new hot water cylinder, new internal Oak doors and luxury bathroom and shower room suites fitted. The property also benefits from mains smoke detectors and Upvc double glazed windows and doors. An early viewing is strongly recommended to avoid missing out on the opportunity to purchase this re-born cottage.
In brief, the ground floor accommodation consists of sitting room, a flexible usage reception room or bedroom three, bathroom and combined kitchen and dining room with part vaulted ceiling. On the first floor there is a separate shower room and two double sized bedrooms. Outside there is a good sized enclosed garden which provides a blank canvas for the next owner.
Energy Efficiency Rating tba - Council Tax Band C - DRAFT DETAILS
Ground Floor -
Sitting Room - 4.62m''' x 4.39m'' (15'2''' x 14'5'') - Upvc front door with inset glass pane opens into the sitting room. Window to the front aspect. Exposed ceiling beams. Ceiling light. High level cupboard housing the electrics. Radiator. Power and telephone points. Airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. Inglenook fireplace with Bressumer beam and flagstone hearth ( would need to be re-instated). Original flagstone floor. Stairs rising to the first floor with recess under. Oak doors to the kitchen/dining room, bathroom and opening to the:-
Bedroom Three/Reception Room - 3.10m'' x 2.64m'' (10'2'' x 8'8'') - The opening has been left with enough space for double doors to be installed if required. Window to the front elevation. Ceiling light. Exposed ceiling beams. Radiator. Power points. Ceramic tiled floor.
Bathroom - Recessed ceiling lights. Extractor fan. Exposed timbers. Wall mounted heated towel rail. Stylish contemporary suite consisting of pedestal wash hand basin, bath with wood panelled sides and mixer tap with telephone style shower attachment plus low level WC. Tiled walls and matching tiled floor.
Kitchen/Dining Room - 3.61m'' x 4.39m'' (11'10'' x 14'5'') - Up a shallow step from the sitting room. Part vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and window to the landing. Window with deep sill to the side aspect. Sliding doors with full height windows to either side opening to the rear paved sun terrace. Ceiling lights. Extractor fan. Radiator. Plenty of power points. Fitted with a range of modern kitchen units consisting of floor cupboards - some with drawers and one with kick heater under - with wood block effect work surfaces over. Circular stainless steel sink and drainer with swan neck mixer tap. Space for under counter appliances - fridge and freezer. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Space for slot in cooker. Ceramic tiled floor.
First Floor -
Landing - Stairs rise to the landing with window overlooking the kitchen/dining room. Ceiling light. Exposed timbers. Exposed floor boards. Oak doors to all rooms.
Master Bedroom - 3.68m'' x 4.32m'' (12'1'' x 14'2'') - Plus recess to one side of chimney breast. Window with deep sill and exposed timber lintel to the front elevation. Ceiling light. Exposed rafters and ceiling beams. Radiator. Power points. Chimney breast with recess to either side and stone shelves. Exposed floor boards.
Bedroom Two - 3.10m'' x 2.72m'' (10'2'' x 8'11'') - Window with exposed timber lintel to the front elevation. Ceiling light. Exposed timbers. Radiator. Power points. Exposed floor boards.
Shower Room - Recessed ceiling lights. Extractor fan. Exposed timbers. Heated towel rail. Fitted with a contemporary suite consisting of tiled double sized shower cubicle with umbrella head, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled walls with matching tiled floor.
Garden - The rear garden has been left to lawn with a metal storage shed and offers the potential buyer the opportunity to landscape to one's own design. Immediately to the back of the cottage there is a paved sun terrace and outside tap. The garden is fully enclosed and is of a good size.
From The Sherborne Office - Leave Sherborne via the A30 heading towards Shaftesbury. At the Henstridge traffic lights/Virginia Ash Inn turn left heading towards Wincanton on the on the A357 into Templecombe - go under the railway bridge and up the hill and turn left just after the traffic calming into Slades Hill. The cottage will be found on the left hand side on the bend.
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