We are delighted to offer for sale this three-bedroom semi-detached house situated in a quiet country lane and nestled in the heart of the South Somerset countryside. Originally built for the farmers working the land, this 1920s cottage is a perfect country home. It offers spacious accommodation, including three bedrooms, a double aspect sitting room, a family room, a dining area, an attic room, and a light and airy kitchen/breakfast room with panoramic views over the countryside towards King Alfred’s Tower. This property also boasts a tranquil setting with a well-established good-sized garden and parking for several vehicles.
ENCLOSED PORCH Fully enclosed double-glazed porch, ceramic tiled flooring, leading to a solid oak internal front door with feature leaded window.
HALLWAY Laminate flooring, stairs rising to the first floor.
SITTING ROOM Dual aspect with double glazed windows to the front and rear, multi-fuel woodburning stove, radiator, and stripped wood flooring.
FAMILY ROOM Double glazed window to the front, multi-fuel woodburning stove with wooden mantel over, radiator, door leading to the dining area.
DINING AREA Open plan to the kitchen, under stairs storage cupboard, picture window, doors leading through to the shower room, utility room and wc.
SHOWER ROOM Fully enclosed corner shower with rain head and separate shower attachment, vanity unit with inset sink and cupboards below, mosaic splashback and heated towel rail.
UTILITY ROOM Plumbed for washing machine and space for a tumble dryer, wall mounted Worcester Bosch combination boiler.
WC Obscure double glazed window to the side, fitted with a low-level WC
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST Light and airy room fitted with shaker style wall and base units with worktop over, a useful central island with a breakfast bar and draws under, one and a half stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps and tiled surround, space for fridge freezer, built-in electric double oven, five ring gas hob, with extractor fan above, plumbing for dishwasher, radiator, triple aspect double glazed windows providing outstanding panoramic views over open countryside and a double glazed door leading out onto the garden.
LANDING Double glazed window to the rear.
BEDROOM 1 Fantastic size room with dual aspect double glazed windows to the front and rear, radiator, and built-in wardrobe.
BEDROOM 2 Light and airy room with double-glazed window to the front, radiator and built-in wardrobe.
BEDROOM 3 Double glazed window to the side, radiator, and stairs rising to the attic room.
WASHROOM & WC Fitted with a hand basin and tiled splash back, close coupled WC, radiator, and Velux skylight (Restricted ceiling height).
ATTIC ROOM Two Velux skylights, large loft storage cupboard, ceiling spotlights (Restricted ceiling height).
FRONT GARDEN Five bar gate, leading to a gravelled parking area for several vehicles, laid to lawn with a hedge to the front and side providing additional privacy, gravelled pathway leading to the front door and a wrought iron side gate leading to the rear of the property, and electric car charging point.
REAR GARDEN A particular feature of this property is the large, enclosed garden backing onto open fields. Mainly laid to lawn, several sheds, log store, and a useful bespoke summer house with a good size decking area ideal for entertaining and alfresco dining whilst enjoying uninterrupted views over open countryside. Interspersed with young and mature trees and shrubs, raised vegetable beds, an outside tap, and a patio path providing access to the front of the property.
COUNCIL TAX BAND Band D
VIEWING Strictly by appointment through the agent
LOCATION North Brewham is a rural village 3 miles east of Bruton in the heart of the Somerset countryside. Just a short drive away is the town of Bruton with several well-known restaurants, pubs and bars, including “At the Chapel”, “The Roth Bar” and the world-renowned Hauser & Wirth Art Gallery. The town also has a doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, vet, post office, several mini supermarkets, fuel station and independent shops. The “The Newt in Somerset” offers restaurants, cafes and beautiful gardens with woodland walks. The pretty town of Castle Cary is a few miles north, offering further retail outlets and restaurants, and for larger towns, Sherborne and Yeovil are approximately 30 minutes away. Castle Cary, Bruton and Gillingham stations provide excellent train links and the A303 is the main route north and south is easily accessible.
Excellent primary schools at Upton Noble, Bruton and Castle Cary feed into local secondary schools, including Sexeys in Bruton, Ansford in Castle Cary and The Gryphon in Sherborne. Private schools nearby are Hazelgrove, All Hallows, Kings Bruton, Sherborne Boys and Girls and Millfield, to name just a few.