DESCRIPTION A good sized semi detached house that has been well maintained by the present owner and offers light and airy accommodation with views across the town from the first floor. The property is well presented throughout and benefits from double glazing, gas fired central heating, driveway parking for up to two cars and a mature enclosed south facing garden to the rear. In brief the accommodation comprises sitting room with feature fireplace and inset gas stove with wooden mantle over, stairs rising to the first floor with an under stairs storage cupboard, kitchen/diner with sliding patio doors to the rear garden, integrated oven and hob, storage cupboard and door to inner hall with cloakroom and utility/study leading off. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms, both having fitted cupboards and a bathroom. From here views across the town and beyond can be appreciated.
OUTSIDE To the front of the property is a small area of low maintenance garden with shrubs and bushes. Driveway parking for up to two cars and access to the front door. There is an additional side door leading into the inner hall. The mature south facing rear garden is a gardeners delight with well stocked flowerbeds and borders, lawn, wooden garden shed and encompassed by fencing.
LOCATION Castle Cary is a small market town set in unspoilt countryside. It has many independent businesses including shops, boutiques and galleries. Amenities include Nursery, Primary and Secondary schools, Health Centre, Dental Practice, Library, Banks, Post Office, Delicatessens, Grocery Stores, Greengrocery, Butchers, Newsagent, Chemist, Pubs and Tea shops. There are large supermarkets a 15 minute drive away and the towns of Wincanton and Shepton Mallet are close by. The cities of Bath, Bristol, Salisbury and Wells are all within easy driving distance. On the edge of Castle Cary is the railway station with its direct line to London and the A303 is a few miles south.
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