This handsome double fronted detached period house has brick elevations beneath a tiled roof. It offers spacious accommodation which provides great flexibility as to use and the potential readily exists to create a self-contained annexe. The property is mostly double glazed and has gas fired central heating. The gardens are fully enclosed and enjoy a good level of privacy and remotely operated double gates give access to a gravelled drive and car port with adjoining workshop/store.
In summary, the accommodation comprises:
Entrance Porch with double glazed doors opening through to Reception Hall
Sitting Room with glass fronted multi-fuel stove with beam over. Built-in shelved china cupboard to one side. Dining Room. A lovely well-proportioned room with stone faced fireplace with tiled hearth and timber over mantle. Door to
Conservatory. Enjoying a pleasant south westerly aspect with double doors to the garden.
Family Room/Bedroom 4 with double doors opening to the Conservatory.
Rear Hall. Bathroom with white suite comprising; panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Built-in shelved cupboard.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room. Fitted with a range of wood fronted units with deep sink inset into a roll front work surface with space and plumbing below for dishwasher and fridge. Upright shelved cupboard. Gas fired boiler serving the domestic hot water and central heating systems. Breakfast area with windows overlooking the Rear Garden.
Utility Room with Belfast style stone sink with adjacent work surface. Space and plumbing below for automatic washing machine. Space for freezer. Fitted shelving. Tiled floor.
Bedroom 1. A light and airy double aspect room with stone faced fireplace and built-in over stairs storage cupboard.
Bedroom 2. Another double aspect room.
Bedroom 3. Another light and airy, double aspect room incorporating airing cupboard with factory insulated hot water cylinder and shelving.
Shower Room with white suite comprising; shower, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Hatch to loft space.
The property is approached from Lodes Lane through 2 remotely operated gates which open on to a gravelled driveway with parking for 2/3 cars, with Carport with adjacent Garden Store with electric light and power connected. The gardens lie to the rear and side of the property with, immediately to the rear of the property, a raised area of lawn with shrub borders and from here a gate with steps gives access to a further raised area of lawn which affords a lovely outlook over the village and is enclosed by mature hedging. From the Conservatory double doors open to a small gravelled courtyard area with garden shed and raised shrub border.
Honey House occupies an extremely attractive and convenient location in the centre of this sought after village. Kingston St Mary provides a thriving village community with many clubs and organisations together with; primary school, church, pub and garage. The village stands at the foot of the Quantock Hills, which have been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, providing miles of footpaths and bridleways ideal for those with riding and walking interests.
Taunton, the county town, is about 3 miles away and here can be found comprehensive facilities with, in addition to a good range of shops, excellent schools with both the state and private sectors, a theatre, county cricket ground, racecourse, M5 motorway interchange and main line rail link to London (Paddington).