An individual detached stone built period property privately situated in stunning gardens and grounds of circa 3.84 acres.
Little Steart House is an individual detached property that over the years has evolved into a beautiful family home. The property is well presented and has uPVC double glazed windows and electric fired heating. Most of the windows overlook the property's own gardens and grounds as well as the countryside beyond. The property occupies a private and secluded setting just outside a popular village.
The back door leads into a tiled entrance hall and cloakroom with plumbing for washing machine. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of wall and base units, electric Aga, electric induction hob and Zanussi built in oven/microwave, dishwasher. In the kitchen a door leads in to a fabulous pantry/wine cellar which in turn has double doors into a store/freezer cupboard. Returning to the entrance hall a door leads into the dining room with flagstone floor, fireplace with stove and window overlooking the garden with seat. A door leads into a study with staircase, period fireplace and door to the rear garden. A door leads into the siting room which is triple aspect and has a window seat, fine inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and bread oven and there is also double doors leading to formal entrance porch to the front and double doors leading into the conservatory to the rear. The conservatory has double and single doors out to garden.
On the first floor is a landing with linen cupboard. There is a fine double aspect master bedroom suite with semi vaulted ceiling. The bedroom has built in furniture, fitted cupboard and an en-suite bathroom comprising bath with shower attachment, WC and basin. The main guest room is at the other end of the house and is double aspect with en-suite WC. There are two further bedrooms both with built in wardrobes and also a family bathroom comprising bath, WC, shower and basin.
From the village road a road leads to a pair of double gates beyond which a gravelled driveway flanked by lawned gardens lead to a gravelled parking/turning area. Adjacent to the property is an attached garage to the rear of which is a workshop/store. Next to the driveway is a timber workshop/stable with locked store and to the West of the property is a beautiful orchard garden stocked with numerous fruit trees and lawns. To the South elevation is a private and most attractive garden with split level patio with Pergola abutting the house giving way to lawns bordered by herbaceous cottage gardens. Beyond the lawn are attractive fruit and vegetable gardens enclosed within neat box hedging and featuring raised beds and borders and soft fruit bushes. There is a garden shed and field store and a five bar gate leading into the paddock. The paddock has a stable/field shelter as well as an established apiary.
Babcary is a most pleasant and sought after village largely constructed of local Blue Lias stone elevations and featuring a popular pub. The village has easy access to the A37 and A303 roadways as well as mainline rail links at Castle Cary. The regional towns of Yeovil and Sherborne are within easy reach and there are local facilities nearby at Lydford.