De Combe House is Grade II listed and was built in 1882 and until the 1970s was a Grammar School which was subsequently converted in to quality and characterful apartments. No 19 has been tastefully refurbished and features a high quality kitchen and bathroom and is well presented throughout as well as having secondary double glazing. The property is particularly spacious and has flexible and versatile accommodation with the benefit of a private front door. To the front are long range views over the beautiful countryside surrounding Crewkerne and the property is easily accessible from the town.
Steps descend to the private entrance door, which leads into an entrance vestibule in turn leading into a long split level entrance hall. The sitting room has a fine bay window with stone mullion windows and a wooden fire surround with inset electric stove. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room is well fitted with wall and base units and has tiled floor and ample dining space. From the kitchen there is access in to a utility room and an inner hall with further access into the laundry room which can be used for a variety of purposes including gym etc. There are three bedrooms, the two largest at the front of the property. The master bedroom has a wide bay window and fire surround with electric stove. The bathroom is particularly spacious and comprises; bath, shower, WC and basin and adjacent is a separate cloakroom comprising; WC, basin and bidet.
De Combe House has well managed communal gardens and grounds comprising areas of lawn, mature shrubs and trees and herbaceous beds and borders. There is one allocated parking space, along with a single garage and visitors parking.