DESCRIPTION A deceptively spacious mid-terrace period residence, conveniently located within walking distance of the centre of Evercreech and the range of local amenities available. For sale with no onward chain, the property includes two well-proportioned reception rooms, three bedrooms, off road parking to the front and a generous rear garden.
Upon entering the property, an entrance hall with staircase to the first floor accommodation leads into both reception rooms. At the front, the comfortable sitting room includes an original and most attractive fireplace, double glazed bay window and bespoke storage cupboards with shelving. In the middle of the property is an L-shaped living/dining room, a versatile space which incorporates a beautiful flagstone floor, door into a downstairs WC and the wall-mounted boiler for the gas central heating (hidden away in a cupboard). A door then leads through to the kitchen, which is fitted with a range of matching floor and wall units, tiled floor, wood work surfaces and has space for a freestanding fridge freezer, washing machine and cooker.
On the first floor, there are two good size double bedrooms, the Master with two full height wardrobes fitted into the alcoves. The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, low level WC and a vanity wash hand basin. A staircase from the first floor then gives access to a door into the third bedroom, which has two skylight windows and accessible storage into the eaves.
OUTSIDE At the front of the property, there is off road parking available for two vehicles. Accessing the rear garden from the kitchen, there is a useful outside store and pathway to the garden, which is offset from the house. Predominantly laid to lawn, the garden has a selection of mature shrubs and trees and includes a timber summerhouse (in need of repair). There is potential to enclose the garden further, if desired, which would allow more privacy. Please note there is a right of access, for 1 and 2 Enfield Terrace across the gated pathway of number 3 leading out to Weymouth Road.
LOCATION Evercreech is a large and thriving Mendip village providing many amenities such as a Cooperative mini-supermarket, Bakery, Pharmacy, Motor Repair Garage, Doctors Surgery and a well-regarded Primary School with a 'Good' Ofsted Rating. The village is situated close to Shepton Mallet, Castle Cary and Bruton with easy access from the A371. The cities of Bath and Bristol are within reasonable commuting distance to the north and the A303 is also within easy reach. There is a main line train station at Castle Cary (4 miles away) with regular and direct services to London. There is also frequent bus services that visit Shepton Mallet and the neighbouring towns.