DESCRIPTION Elevated from the road and set within its own gardens and grounds of approximately 1 acre, is this detached bungalow with planning permission (1703970FUL) to create a second floor with superb views across neighbouring farmland and being on the outskirts of this thriving town. The bungalow is in need of some modernisation and updating and it is coming to the market for the first time since being built and has the potential to be a wonderful family home with two outbuildings offering further potential, subject to planning permission being sought. In brief the accommodation currently comprises entrance hall, dual aspect sitting room with open fireplace and sliding doors onto the raised terrace, kitchen/breakfast room with oil fired Rayburn, large rear boot room with utility room and cloakroom off, 4 bedrooms and a bathroom. A must view.
OUTSIDE Approached over a cattle grid with driveway rising to the ample parking area and from here superb views can be enjoyed. The gardens are terraced and predominantly laid to lawn, with mature trees, plants and shrubs, flower beds and raised terraced to the front. Within the grounds there are 2 outbuildings, both have further potential subject tot he necessary planning permissions being sought. In all the gardens and grounds are approximately 1 acre.
LOCATION Bruton is a small ancient Somerset town nestling in the foothills of the Brue Valley, surrounded by unspoilt countryside and has the benefit of a railway halt in the town itself and good Inter-City services close by at Castle Cary. The town has retained a charming character over centuries of changes from pre-Doomsday to the present and is steeped in history. Bruton has a range of facilities including supermarkets, bank, post office, health centre, library, schools, inns and church and a recently opened international art gallery, Hauser and Wirth.
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