The property is accessed via steps which leads to the gravelled pathway and UPVC glazed front door which opens into the light and airy lounge/diner, presented with bespoke engineered oak flooring throughout and offers a sizeable storage cupboard. A sliding door from the lounge/diner opens into the practical kitchen area which comes fitted with an array of base and wall mounted units, incorporating a stone sink unit and newly installed electric oven with hob.


Double doors to the rear of the lounge/diner lead to the lovely conservatory which overlooks the pretty south facing garden.


To the first floor, there are two good size bedrooms benefitting from fitted wardrobes, and a bathroom that offers a modern white suite comprising: low level WC, wash hand basin with storage under and corner shower unit, as well as full wall tiling.


The property retains numerous character features associated with a property of its ilk, including exposed beams and wooden doors.


To the rear of the property, there is a real sun trap of a garden that is very low maintenance and is predominately laid to patio with gravelled borders.


There is also the added benefit of allocated parking and a sizeable garage with up and over door.


Please note that whilst the property is freehold, there is a £75 per year management fee for Portman Court which includes insurance and maintenance of communal gravel areas, fencing and walls.


Yeovil and surrounding area

Fact: Yeovil has the most traffic lights per square foot in the UK!

The vibrant market town of Yeovil is situated at the southern boundary of South Somerset. Its name deriving from the Celtic word ‘Gifl’ meaning forked river, the town became an important centre for leather production and glove making throughout the 18th and 19th century, which is referenced to this day in the nickname of Yeovil Town Football Club – ‘The Glovers’.

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