A detached Woolaway bungalow offering an exciting development opportunity with planning consent to demolish and build a contemporary 5 bedroom detached property, in this lovely rural setting.
Rear Porch and Store
Annexe (rear extension)
Oil fired central heating
Front & rear gardens
Anvil cottage offers prospective purchasers an extremely rare opportunity to acquire a detached Woolaway bungalow with planning consent (South Somerset District Council Application No. 16/03233/FUL) occupying a plot of 0.37 of an acre in a delightful rural setting, enjoying stunning views over the surrounding countryside.
uPVC part glazed door into an entrance hallway, with doors off to a double aspect sitting room, kitchen with a range of wall and base units, sink/drainer, further built in storage cupboards and access to the rear porch and store room. The dining room is at the rear with patio doors to the garden room, along with three bedrooms and a bathroom. From the garden room, there is a further store room which leads to the extension at the rear with a further sitting room, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom, this area has previously been used as an annexe with a separate entrance from the front of the property.
The property is accessed from the village road, which culminates into a parking and turning area. The gardens are a particular feature and have been beautifully established and maintained by the current owner. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with shaped beds housing a range flowers and shrubs. There is access at both sides of the property to the rear garden.
The rear garden is fully enclosed and enjoys a good degree of privacy, whilst having stunning views over the surrounding countryside. There is a paved patio area from the garden room, providing a lovely area to sit and enjoy the views. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn again with shaped beds housing an abundance of flowers and shrubs. There are a range of storage sheds and a summerhouse at the top of the garden and the whole plot extends to 0.37 of an acre.
New Cross is a rural village set in the beautiful South Somerset countryside, which enjoys close proximity to popular South Petherton. Close at hand, Shepton Beauchamp and Kingsbury Episcopi both benefit from amenities including village shops, pubs, village halls and churches. South Petherton is serviced by a healthy variety of shopping, leisure and health care facilities including a community hospital and a range of independent businesses. The market town of Crewkerne is within easy reach, where there is a Waitrose superstore, and the commercial centre of Yeovil is also nearby.
Transport links within the area are good with the A303 trunk road accessible on the outskirts of South Petherton and a mainline train station in Crewkerne offering regular, direct services to London (Waterloo) and Exeter. The M5 can be joined at Taunton (J25) .
Education is well catered for in the area with a variety of state and independent schools nearby including Taunton schools, Perrott Hill, Hazelgrove and Millfield at Street.
From Yeovil take the A37 towards Ilchester and shortly after the Tesco Express Mini Supermarket, bear left towards Tintinhull. Take the road ahead at the double roundabout to continue towards Tintinhull and proceed on this road through Chilthorne Domer, Tintinhull, Ash, Highway, Coat and East Lambrook. At the end of this road you will meet New Cross and the property can be found on the right hand side.
Mains water and electricity, private drainage and oil fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council
Council Tax Band E