|Added on Rightmove:||14 November 2016 (343 days ago)|
A well presented second floor flat in North Street. A modern flat built in 2005, two bedrooms, and having communal entrance with buzzer system.
Bedroom 1: A double bedroom with window to rear with views over roof tops.
Bedroom 2: A spacious single bedroom with views over roof tops.
Bathroom: Fitted with a modern suite and having shower over the bath.
Reception: A large lounge with windows to front.
Kitchen: Fitted with a range of modern floor and wall mounted units and build-in oven and hob.
Wincanton is situated on the extreme southeast of Somerset almost on the borders of Dorset and Wiltshire. This part of Somerset is a countryside of diversified and unspoilt scenery which ranges from the lush pastures of the Blackmore Vale, through orchards and richly wooded combes to the hills with panoramic views over Somerset and adjacent counties.
Wincanton lies 15 miles north east of Yeovil, 12 miles north west of Shaftesbury, 17 miles south west of Warminster and 34 miles east of the county town of Taunton. London is 111 miles by road. Situated on the main A303 London to Penzance trunk road, Wincanton enjoys excellent road links and is in an enviable position for exploring this attractive corner of rural England. For the active, the countryside around Wincanton is perfect for exploring on foot, bicycle or horseback. Within easy reach of Wincanton are numerous places of interest easily and quickly accessible including an Iron Age hill fort at South Cadbury - reputedly King Arthur's Camelot, Haynes International Motor Museum at Sparkford, The Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton and Longleat at Warminster. Classic gardens within easy reach include the National Trust owned properties Stourhead House and Gardens and Montacute House. Historic Bath and Salisbury are an hour's journey away. Sherborne and Glastonbury are half an hour away. Conveniently placed car parks provide easy access to the varied range of shops. A wealth of interesting small shops purvey everything from antiques and curios, from wholesome local food to fine wines from across the world. Teashops, old coaching inns and restaurants cater for a broad range of tastes and appetites. Some occupy fine 18th century buildings and despite modern shop fronts and motorcars the overall appearance of the town centre has changed little since the mid 19th century.
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