Combe Park, YeovilOffers over £230,000
Also on the ground floor is the downstairs bathroom which is fitted with tiled flooring, tiled walls, panelled bath with shower over, glass shower screen, a pedestal wash hand basin, chrome heated towel rail, extractor fan and a window to the rear aspect.
There is a well-proportioned kitchen/dining room which comprises of matching wall and base units, storage cupboards, airing cupboard, tiled flooring, roll top work surfaces, stainless steel sink and drainer, space for a fridge/freezer, space for a washing machine, space for a dishwasher, built in oven, built in hob, tiled splashbacks and a door to the rear providing access to the well maintained rear garden. Ample room is provided for a table, making the area ideal for hosting and families.
Perhaps the most noteworthy of the ground floor rooms is the generous lounge which has stylish wood effect flooring and an elegant feature fireplace; with the room spanning over 16 ft in length.
Stairs from the entrance hall rise to the first floor landing which is carpeted, with wooden banisters and a loft hatch which gives access to a part boarded loft space with light and power. Doors from the landing lead to the 3 sizeable bedrooms, with the master benefitting from built in mirrored wardrobes.
Externally, to the front of the property is a driveway which provides ample parking and leads to the garage, bordered by a useful gravelled area.
To the rear is a fully enclosed, southwest facing garden that has a patio area, lawned area, outside tap, outside light and a side access gate.
Internal viewing is highly advised to fully appreciate the size of the accommodation and quality of location on offer.
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’.