This first-floor flat is deceptively spacious, constructed of brick elevations under a tiled roof. A private entrance hall leads to stairs rising to the first floor, there are two good size double bedrooms, a kitchen, light and airy sitting/dining room with delightful countryside views, a bathroom, double glazing, gas central heating throughout. Outside there is a garage, off road parking for several vehicles, a front garden and generous size rear garden which has well stocked flower beds, a vegetable area with fruit bushes and mature shrubs. The property is quietly positioned away from the main thoroughfare yet centrally located and has some great views from the front towards local countryside. The property is leasehold and offered to the market with no onward chain.
Partly glazed wood front door leading into entrance lobby.
Double glazed window to the front, radiator and door leading to storage cupboard housing the gas-fired central heating boiler. Part glazed door leading to the stairs and
Loft hatch and door leading to all rooms.
Spacious light and airy room with double glazed picture window to the front aspect with delightful views over open countryside, radiator, and telephone point.
Fitted with a good range of wall and base units with worksurface over, stainless steel sink unit with drainer, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge freezer, built-in larder cupboard with shelving, two useful further storage cupboards, part tiled walls, radiator, double glazed window to the rear.
Double glazed picture window to the front aspect with countryside views, built in wardrobe, tv aerial point and radiator.
Another good size bedroom with a double-glazed window to the side, radiator, and a built-in cupboard over the stairwell with shelving, hanging rail and cupboards above.
Three-piece suite comprising panel enclosed bath, low level WC, pedestal hand wash basin, fully tiled walls, heated towel rail and double-glazed obscure window to the rear.
The front of the property is approached by a gate leading onto a pathway to the front door, enclosed by hedging and mainly laid to stone chippings with a flower bed border. To the side accessed via iron gates leads to the parking area land garage, laid to tarmac, with space for several vehicles.
From rear garden there is access via a right of way through the neighbouring property, the rear garden is private and a good size. Shallow steps lead a path bordered either side by beds of wildflowers, established shrubs and fruit bushes and an area perfect for growing your own vegetables. The garden is fully enclosed by panel fencing.
Wooden clad garage with up and over door, courtesy door to the side and window to the rear.
Wheathill Way lies close to the centre of the popular village of Milborne Port which itself lies three miles to the east of the historic Abbey town of Sherborne. The village has a surprising number of amenities including a number of good shops, several churches, two public houses, a reputable restaurant (The Clock Spire), a village hall, a health centre and a primary school while both Sherborne and the local regional centre of Yeovil are close by providing between them an excellent range of cultural, recreational and shopping facilities. Communication links are good with a main line station at Sherborne linking directly with London Waterloo while road links are along the A303 joined at Wincanton giving swift access to London and the Home Counties along the M3, M25 route.
SERVICES Mains Water, electricity, mains drainage, gas central heating and telephone all subject to
the usual utility regulations.
All services and fittings mentioned in these particulars have NOT been tested and hence we cannot confirm that they are in working order.
COUNCIL TAX BAND A
Leasehold. Approximately 90 Years remaining.
Service charge and ground rent, inclusive of building insurance – Approximately £9.11 monthly.
Strictly by appointment through the agents.