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image  Somerton Road, Compton Dundon, Somerset, TA11

image ££345,000

image 3 Bedrooms
image 3 Receptions
image 2 Bathrooms
image Sold STC (Freehold)


 Detached character cottage
 Three double bedroomsGround and first floor bathrooms
 Separate living and dining rooms
 Kitchen opening to large conservatory
 Lawned wrap around gardens
 Large off road parking area
 Total plot c.1/3 acre
 Modernisation required
 No onward chain

Property Description

ACCOMMODATION The property is accessed either from the front elevation where an entrance door opens into a spacious reception hall, or from the rear elevation, through the conservatory. The hallway provides a light and airy welcome to the property with stairs rising to the first floor and storage cupboards beneath. Doors open to a well proportioned living room featuring a dual aspect, exposed beam work and large fireplace with wood burning stove; a generous dining room with attractive exposed stone feature wall and the kitchen/breakfast room with fitted units, work surfaces and one and a half bowl drainer sink. From here, a door opens into a large conservatory, providing an excellent space in which to entertain and enjoying an open aspect across the garden and surrounding countryside. Completing the ground floor is a shower room/utility space accessed from the conservatory.

From the first floor landing is a spacious family bathroom with exposed real wood floor, naturally light triple aspect and a suite in white comprising flush Wc, pedestal wash basin, bath and separate shower cubicle. The three bedrooms are all well proportioned and can comfortable accommodate double beds with a range of accompanying furniture. The dual aspect master bedroom is particularly spacious, whilst the two other bedrooms feature fitted storage cupboards.

OUTSIDE The property sits within a generous plot of c.1/3 acre, much of which is laid to lawn, wrapping around the south and west elevations (side and rear) and stretching out toward the Northern tip of the plot. The garden is fully enclosed by livestock fencing providing a great space for families or buyers with animals. To one side, a good degree of privacy is enjoyed as a result of various mature trees, whilst an open aspect across beautiful surrounding countryside can be seen from many parts of the garden. A timber shed provides storage space whilst at one side of the cottage a large area laid to stone chippings provides ample off road parking for multiple vehicles. Given the location of the property within it's plot, there is plenty of scope for potential extension of the accommodation subject to relevant permission.

LOCATION Located just outside of the village of Compton Dundon, one of the most picturesque areas of Somerset with both the Polden Hills and the Somerset levels nearby. Locally there is a church, village hall, garage and pub. The nearby market town of Somerton (approximately 3.5 miles away) provides a range of amenities including a shopping precinct, schools, a library, doctors surgery, several public houses and restaurants. A wide range of further amenities are available in Street and Glastonbury including quality schooling at all levels such as renowned Millfield School, Crispin School & Strode College. Shoppers can enjoy Clarks Outlet Village within the heart of Street, just a 10 minute drive away as well as a wide range of health, leisure, shopping and dining options. Castle Cary offers access to direct rail links to London Paddington as is just an approximate 15 minute drive away.

SERVICES Mains electricity and water are connected. Oil central heating is installed and there is private drainage.

AGENT'S NOTE Potential viewers are advised to complete a drive by of the property prior to arranging an appointment to satisfy themselves with the location.

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