No onward chain. Spacious and light, three bedroom end of terrace home with ample space to extend subject to the necessary panning permissions. Generous private garden and allocated parking. Viewing highly recommended.
The property is entered via a storm porch that benefits from a walk in cupboard that houses the combi boiler, this was fitted in 2015 and has a full service history, most recently in 2022.
Upon entering the bright and welcoming entrance hall you will find access to all principle rooms with stairs rising to the first floor.
The living room is light and spacious with a front facing aspect, there is a feature fire place that is the focal point of the room The fire itself is biofuel and can be easily removed as it is not connected to the mains.
To the rear of the property is the generous kitchen/dining room, fitted with a range of wall, draw and base units. There is space for a freestanding fridge/freezer, washing machine and cooker. The kitchen is most definitely the heart of the home, the perfect place for family meals or entertaining friends. The rooms is flooded with natural daylight through the large window which overlooks the landscaped rear garden and glass panelled door which leads onto the patio.
To the first floor is a spacious landing with three bedrooms and family bathroom off. Bedroom one is a light and spacious double room with views over the rear garden, The second largest room is also a good sized double with front aspect whilst the third bedroom is a generous single room again with a front facing aspect. The family bathroom is rear facing and benefits from bath, separate shower, low level w.c and wash hand basin,
The property has been lovingly restored by the current owners who hav tastefully decorated the interior and created plenty of designated storage space.
To the front of the property is an attractive gravelled area with central rock garden, enclosed by a private hedge and high panelled fence , there is a side gate which leads to the well maintained rear garden which has been landscaped over various levels including, seating/dining areas, lawns and raised beds with an array of established plants and shrubs.
To the rear of the garden is a 8' by 8' summer house which was erected in 2021, this would make an ideal home office or hobby room.
The property also benefits from a designated parking space as well as ample on street parking.
The popular small town of Wincanton has a historic centre and benefits from plenty of amenities and excellent transport links. It is a typical Somerset town close to many delightful villages and places of interest, including larger towns such as the regional centre of Yeovil - the Cathedral City of Salisbury - and the historic town of Sherborne with its famous Abbey and Castles.
The town lies just north of the A303, which is only a few minutes' drive from the property. There are excellent transport links and three main train stations within 5 miles. The town has a leisure centre and a gym, as well as the popular Holbrook House Hotel and Spa on the outskirts. There are three major supermarkets, a library, a community centre, several independent boutique shops, cafes, pubs, hotels, and restaurants within walking distance. Wincanton is an active community catering to all age groups, with plenty of open outdoor space for children and walkers to enjoy.
The popular town of Bruton is situated just 12 miles away and benefits from a variety of independent shops for its size and a range of public houses and restaurants including the Michelin star restaurant 'Osip' and the award winning 'At the Chapel. Further local attractions include the National Trust Stourhead House and gardens and The Newt gardens and spa hotel.
There are excellent schools in the area, including Wincanton's primary school and the local state secondary school King Arthur's. Independent schools nearby include the reputable schools (King's School, founded in 1519 and Sexey's School which is a unique state boarding school with outstanding sixth form and a primary school) both in the nearby town of Bruton.
Council Tax: Band: B
Council: South Somerset District Council
Mains water, electricity, drainage, gas central heating, and telephone all subject to the usual utility regulations.
The current owners stripped and re-felted the entire roof in 2019, the attic was fitted with new insulation in 2022 and some boarding laid for storage.