3 bedroom cottage for saleHam Hill, Stoke-Sub-Hamdon
- Grade II Listed Period Cottage
- 3 Bedrooms
- Living Room with Hamstone Inglenook Fireplace
- Dining Room with Hamstone Fireplace
- Landscaped Established Gardens
- Vegetable Garden
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- A Cellar/Workshop
- Panoramic Views
A detached Grade II Listed period three bedroom cottage situated in a private location elevated from the road. This beautiful cottage retains many character features including Hamstone inglenook fireplace with log burner in the living room, Hamstone fireplace in the dining room, beams and mullion and sash windows. Outside there is a cellar/workshop, lawned gardens, vegetable garden and fabulous panoramic views.
Steps and path lead to the front of the house, there are lawned gardens, established shrubs, mature fruit trees and hedging, patio areas with fabulous panoramic views and a hot tub. Further gravelled seating area leading to the garden room, also with views, side lawned garden area and rear vegetable garden.
There is parking for up to three vehicles rented from the Duchy. The current cost is approximately £105.00 per year.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage connected. Council tax band D.
Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage in order to comply with the latest anti-money laundering regulations, we would ask your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing a sale.
11' 5'' x 5' 0'' (3.49m x 1.53m) Irregular shaped room.
Wooden side door, French doors to front, power and light, exposed wall, leading to hall.
Stairs to first floor, doors to:
12' 5'' x 11' 9'' (3.79m x 3.58m)
Mullion window to front aspect, window to rear aspect, Hamstone inglenook fireplace inset with multi-fuel burner, beams, wall lights, TV point, radiator and telephone point.
11' 11'' x 9' 11'' (3.64m x 3.01m)
Sash window to front aspect, Hamstone fireplace with space for fire, exposed Hamstone wall, radiator, TV point and telephone point.
12' 1'' x 9' 2'' (3.69m x 2.79m) Irregular shaped room.
Range of wooden wall, base and drawer units with wooden worksurface over and inset with a Belfast sink. Tiled splashbacks, built in understairs larder style walk-in cupboard, AGA for cooking and heating hot water, space for separate gas cooker, space for fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, slate tiled floor, beams and dual aspect windows to front and rear.
First Floor Landing
Window to rear aspect, half landing, loft access with good height, boarding and light. Doors to:
11' 11'' x 9' 11'' (3.62m x 3.03m)
Dual aspect sash windows to front and side, exposed wall/open chimney breast, radiator, access to second loft with boards, electric and good height, radiator and telephone point.
11' 7'' x 9' 8'' max (3.54m x 2.94m max)
Mullion window to front aspect and radiator.
11' 11'' x 6' 0'' (3.64m x 1.84m)excluding door recess. (Irregular shaped room)
Mullion window to front aspect, radiator, built in storage cupboard and shelving, built in airing cupboard and cupboard housing the hot water immersion tank.
8' 5'' x 6' 3'' (2.57m x 1.90m)
Shaped bath with electric shower over and full curved shower screen, tiling to splashbacks, WC, wash hand basin, exposed Hamstone wall and window to rear aspect.
Door leading to cellar which benefits from power and light. Wall mounted gas fired boiler for central heating.
A beautiful Grade II Listed character property dating back to 1836 and extended in 1875, situated on the slope up to Ham Hill Country Park. This three bedroom cottage also benefits from established gardens, vegetable garden and views. The internal accommodation comprises, garden room, hallway, living room with Hamstone inglenook fireplace, dining room with Hamstone fireplace, kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom and a cellar.
Historic Stoke-sub-Hamdon is a popular village with a broad range of amenities including a number of shops, doctors and dentists surgeries, a choice of pubs, a memorial hall and primary school. The village is at the foot of Ham Hill Country Park which as well as a network of footpaths, has spectacular views over the south Somerset countryside. Transport links are excellent with the A303 trunk road accessible within approximately 1 mile. Train stations in Yeovil offer regular services to London (Waterloo) and Exeter from Yeovil Junction and Bristol and Bath from Yeovil Penn Mill.
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