Occupying a secluded position within a quiet cul-de-sac, and enjoying an open westerly aspect to the rear with views as far as the hills around Rampisham. A beautifully presented detached bungalow in a very popular village.
Re-decorated throughout and freshly carpeted, number 13 is beautifully presented and in recent years has had a well fitted and equipped kitchen installed as well as a beautifully fitted shower room which originally had a bath/shower combination. The layout is readily adaptable for either retirement or family life, with a central hall with laminate flooring and a large hatch with ladder with part floored loft. The sitting room takes full advantage of the westerly aspect and views. The lovely kitchen/breakfast room has loads of cupboards and integrated appliances, as well as a cupboard containing the gas fired central heating boiler. There are three bedrooms, main one has built in wardrobes, served by a shower room which has a large shower cabinet, vanity unit, dressing mirror, WC and tiled floor.
A driveway with parking for two cars leads to a garage. The front garden is enclosed by a high hedge and new fencing which affords a high degree of privacy. Lawns front and back were professionally laid and the garden as a whole is a delight, with loads of colour and a mature and established feel. The rear lawn stretches to a slightly elevated garden gazebo which comes complete with outdoor furniture and is capable of being used in a part enclosed or totally enclosed format. It's the perfect gin and tonic spot, and looks out to the west over the surrounding farm land to the chalk down lands around Rampisham. There is a side storage area, and the garden is also served by a greenhouse and store. Adjoining the rear of the garage is an excellent insulated workshop which could also be used as a studio or playroom. It has light, power, a substantial work bench and racking. Its double aspect and picture windows give it excellent natural light. The garden adjoins the village playing field, a wonderful facility for children, however, it must be said that most of the facilities lie at the top end and some distance away.
The property occupies a secluded position at the head of a quiet cul-de-sac on the western fringe of what is one of the areas most popular and active communities. Bradford Abbas has a Church, Pub and highly regarded Primary School, all of which lie within walking distance. The village is set closed to the Somerset/Dorset border, and perfect for easy commuting into the Regional Centre of Yeovil, or the Abbey Town of Sherborne. The A303 can be accessed to the North at Sparkford, giving good access to London and the Home Counties along the M3 and M25 routes.