The property offers a lovely juxtaposition between town and country living with excellent access links to local amenities and a delightful countryside outlook.


The property is entered via a pretty front door on the first floor which offers a well-proportioned entrance hall with stairs to the ground floor and second floor respectively, a WC and provides access to the light and airy sitting room with two windows, a pretty feature fireplace housing a woodburner and a Juliet balcony which encapsulates the far-reaching countryside views on offer.


Also, on the first floor there is a good sized double bedroom with an elegant bay window that could easily be used as an additional reception room depending on lifestyle preferences.


To the ground floor, an inner hallway with double cloakroom cupboard, WC and understairs storage, provides access to the utility room which is presented with a range of base and wall mounted units with worksurfaces over, incorporating: an integrated stainless steel sink unit with drainer, plumbing for washing machine and space for a tumble dryer.


Perhaps the most eye-catching of all the rooms is the open plan kitchen/family room which is also situated on the ground floor. The room can be furnished in a variety of ways to best suit a prospective buyer with ample room provided for a large dining table and a sofa. The room makes an excellent focal point for the house and is ideal for those who enjoy hosting and families alike. There is a stylish range of base and wall mounted units with Quartz worktops, incorporating: sink unit with drainer, Neff double electric oven and grill, Neff induction hob, Bosch dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Double doors open into the picturesque garden.


On the second floor, there are three good size double bedrooms, with the master benefitting from an en-suite and double built in wardrobe, and a family bathroom with modern suite comprising: panelled bath with shower over, wash hand basin with vanity unit, WC and heated ladder towel rail.


As well as the stylish accommodation, there are numerous practical benefits associated with the property, including: gas fired central heating, double glazed windows, remainder of warranty, no onward chain and numerous features to enhance energy efficiency within the property.


Externally, to the front of the property is an enclosed garden area with shrub borders and a path leading to the entrance door. There is also a side garden area.


To the rear of the property there is a beautifully kept walled garden that is predominately laid to lawn with a garden path bordering it that leads to the patio seating area and gated rear access which in turn leads to the driveway parking and garage with up and over door, power, lighting and eaves storage.


Internal viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the quality of the position and accommodation on offer with this delightful home.


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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