The property is approached via an attractive veranda that leads up to the front door. The internal accommodation is accessed from an entrance hall that features a beamed ceiling. The principal rooms comprise a spacious dining room, a most attractive lounge and a large breakfast room overlooking the well-kept gardens at the rear. The dining room offers plenty of character and could take on a variety of different uses. This bright, triple aspect room faces south affording views over the vast gardens at the front of the house. Opposite is the lounge, which like the dining room faces south and overlooks the garden via a stunning bay window. A multi fuel wood burner is positioned at the centre of the room.
A large breakfast room is located to the rear of the property, it enjoys a super view over the lawned garden and provides ample space for seating. Two storage cupboards, separate utility room, shower room with WC and the kitchen can all be access from here. The kitchen includes a good range of units, an integrated and recently installed Zanussi double oven, an AEG electric oven and a ceramic sink. A door leads out to the rear garden.
With some re-configuration and subject to any necessary permissions, the kitchen could be incorporated into the breakfast room and create a large kitchen/dining area. The utility room has been recently adapted and now incorporates a ground floor shower room and a WC. There is also further access to the rear garden via a stable door.
The first floor bedrooms command stunning views, over the well-kept gardens and the countryside beyond. The two larger bedrooms face south and feature cast iron fire places and leaded windows. The remaining first floor accommodation comprises a well-proportioned family bathroom (with separate shower cubicle), a separate WC and a large gallery landing. Access to two partially boarded loft spaces can be found in two of the bedrooms
The property is situated in a plot of approximately 0.5 acres and is set well back from the village road. Approached via a long driveway that leads up to detached double garage and parking area, the prominent front garden is mainly laid to lawn and is enclosed by mature trees and hedging. The detached double garage is positioned to the side of the house and benefits from power, light and an electric up and over door. An exceptionally private and mature garden can be found to the rear, there are several mature trees, a small stable block and views over a nearby paddock. The garden enjoys a real sense of peace and privacy and includes a large sun terrace providing space for evening entertaining.
DIRECTIONS From Glastonbury enter the village (B3153), the property is set back from the road on the left hand side and can be easily identified by our For Sale board.
LOCATION Keinton Mandeville is an historic village, named in the Domesday Book and dating back to at least Roman times. It's a thriving and friendly village with a church, village stores, pubs, farm shop, primary school and various clubs and societies. Visit www.keintonmandeville.com for more information.
The nearby towns of Castle Cary, Glastonbury, Street & Somerton all provide a good range of schools and facilities whilst Wells, Sherborne, Yeovil, Taunton, Bath and Bristol are all within easy reach. The A303 is a few miles south and Castle Cary Station has a regular mainline service to Paddington.
COUNCIL TAX BAND F
SERVICES Mains electricity and water are connected
Newly installed septic tank. (Private drainage)
HEATING Oil fired central heating