DESCRIPTION Situated in a quiet location yet within easy walking distance of both the town centre and open countryside, is this superb detached family home offering spacious and flexible accommodation and enjoying views to the rear across the town, with a detached double garage and workshop area with ample parking to the front. The property has been extended in the past and the present owner has been at the property for 18 years with benefits including double glazing, central heating and gardens to the front, side and rear. In brief the accommodation comprises entrance hall with turning staircase rising to the first floor half galleried landing, dual aspect lounge/diner overlooking the gardens, dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, boot room, cloakroom, study with sliding patio doors to garden and a games room/bedroom 6. To the first floor is the master bedroom with en-suite shower room, fitted wardrobes and enjoying views to the rear, 4 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Internal viewing comes highly recommended.
OUTSIDE To the front of the property is a detached double garage and workshop, having power and light and ample off road parking. There is a lay-by to the front which belongs to the property. Level lawn area to the front with mature trees, shrubs and hedging and a paved pathway leading to the front entrance door. The gardens to the rear are mainly laid to lawn, with a raised paved seating area, mature Beech hedging enclosing the garden, a selection of trees and bushes and views across Bruton can be enjoyed.
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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