Beech House is a distinctive brick built detached house believed to have been constructed in 1927 and retained in continuous family ownership since then. The property has been extended and therefore offers flexible accommodation. The property has oil-fired central heating with radiators and uPVC double glazing. The property has lovely views over the surrounding countryside including some of South Somersets cider orchards.
There are two entrance doors, one to the front and one to the side, which lead into a spacious entrance hallway with staircase to the first floor. The kitchen/dining room has a range of modern fitted units, with a Siemens oven/grill and electric hob with extractor hood over. There is a generous dining area overlooking the garden, with multi-fuel stove. From the kitchen a door leads into the conservatory with double doors to outside and tiled floor, which in turn leads to a rear access into the garage. Also on the ground floor are two reception rooms, the sitting room has a fireplace with living flame fire and double doors (not double glazed) leading into a sun porch. There is also another reception room, currently used as a music room. The two principle reception rooms are separated by one of the entrance halls which could be adapted (subject to the necessary consents) to one larger reception room if preferred. Also on the ground floor is a study as well as a wet room comprising wc, basin and shower.
On the first floor are four double bedrooms, all of which have fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and there is also a family bathroom comprising bath with shower over, vanity unit and wc. The landing has access to loft space with light and is mostly boarded.
The property is situated in a good sized plot of circa 0.3 acres. From the road a private driveway leads round to the rear of the property where there is ample parking and access into a large single garage with power and light as well as store room to the rear. The majority of the gardens are laid to lawn and enclosed by feather edged fencing.