A stunning Grade II Listed period house, beautifully presented throughout. Although modernised to a high standard, the house retains many of its charming features which include mullion windows, some with seats, and carved hamstone fireplace.
The house is beautifully presented throughout, all external walls have been tanked and new electrics throughout the property. The modern extension, which has underfloor heating on the ground floor, takes in the kitchen/breakfast room, boot room, and utility room.
The property has gas central heating. Outside are wonderful gardens which have been carefully maintained with countryside views, sun terrace and small stream running along one side. A Hamstone double garage, with electric up and over doors and wood store compliment this beautiful, and practical country house.
Front door into
The contemporary tiled entrance hall, makes an impression as you enter the property with a turning staircase rising to first floor.
The sitting room benefits from lots of light, mullion windows, doors to the conservatory and a feature hamstone open fireplace. Conservatory with heating and access onto the sun terrace. The dining/games room has a beautiful window seat and hamstone fireplace. Study/Snug
Bespoke kitchen with granite work surfaces, high quality units, and high spec integrated appliances. Double aspect windows overlooking the garden and French doors onto the sun terrace. Door into the utility and boot room with a sink unit, worktops, and cupboards, for practical country living.
First Floor - double aspect galleried landing with an airing cupboard.
Master bedroom benefiting from views of the countryside, and new en-suite facilities. A further 3 bedrooms, two with feature disused fireplaces and a large family bathroom with a corner bath and separate shower cubicle.
From the lane, electrically operated gates leading to a large gravelled parking/turning area and the detached hamstone double garage. Twin electrically operated up-and-over doors, power, light and boarded roof. The gardens of approximately 2/3rds of an acre have been beautifully landscaped and bordered by a stream on one side. There are several mature specimen trees, as well as attractive and well-stocked beds. Adjacent to the property is an extensive sun terrace of some 100 square meters, which has access from the conservatory and kitchen.
Stoke-sub-Hamdon is an attractive and sought after ancient village, set in the shadow of the famous Ham Hill Country Park. The village has an excellent range of day-to-day amenities, as well as easy access onto the A303 London/South West trunk road and into the regional town of Yeovil which is well served by business, leisure, shopping and cultural amenities, as well as mainline rail connections. The village is largely constructed of the local hamstone and the Well House falls within a Conservation Area being sited close to other beautiful and architecturally interesting properties.