6 Fox Meadows is a very well appointed detached split level house built in 1998 with reconstituted brick elevations under a tiled roof. The property is situated in a peaceful cul de sac on the outskirts of the town and benefits from double glazing and gas central heating.
To the front steps lead up to a storm porch with front door
opening into a spacious hall. From here doors open to the sitting room with central fireplace housing electric stove, window to front and archway through to the kitchen/dining room, which is fitted with a range of wall and base units with integrated dishwaser and fridge/freezer. There are patio doors from the dining area out to the rear lean to. From the entrance hall shallow steps lead to the first floor and stairs provide access down to the lower ground floor.
On the first floor is a landing area with built in airing cupboard and further storage cupboard. The master bedroom has a wall of fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms on this floor, one of which has a built in wardrobe and a family bathroom.
On the lower ground floor is a further double bedroom with ensuite shower room, making an ideal guest room or teenagers pad and can be accessed from the rear garden. There is also a utility room with space and plumbing for appliances and a door to the double garage.
To the front is a block paved driveway which in turn leads to
the double garage with up and over doors and power/light
connections. There is side access to the rear garden and the front garden is laid to low maintenance gravel, interspersed with shrubs. To the rear is a lovely private and established rear garden, which is largely laid to lawn with a circular patio, feature pond enclosed by wooden picket fencing and a range of mature shrubs and trees.
The town features beautiful architecture with the majority of buildings dating from the Georgian period and constructed of the local mellow stone. The town has an excellent range of amenities including shops and businesses, a Waitrose supermarket and mainline rail links to London Waterloo. The surrounding countryside is attractive rolling farmland and there is easy road access to the larger regional centres of Yeovil and Taunton, as well as the Jurassic Dorset Coastline.
From the centre of Crewkerne follow the A356 signposted to Martock and head out of the town in a northerly direction. Turn third right into Ashlands Road and continue up the hill, taking the last right hand turning before the school into fox meadow and no.6 can be found towards the top of the cul de sac on the left hand side.
Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council
Council Tax - Band F
Energy Rating Band D