A beautiful extended Hamstone cottage located in the shadow of Ham Hill. Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Shower Room, Four Bedrooms, Bathroom, Attractive and Private South Facing Gardens, Garage.
Woodcroft is a beautiful attached cottage originally constructed in the 1800s and extended for the first time circa 1850. The property was extended again in 2006 by the current owners using fine cut Hamstone on the front elevation. The property has gas fired central heating with radiators and double glazed windows. On the ground floor the front door leads into the sitting room which has a Hamstone fireplace with wood burning stove, built in cupboard and stairs to first floor. From the sitting room a door leads into the dining room with exposed hamstone wall, which in turn has a door into a ground floor shower room comprising shower, WC and basin and a wide opening leads into a kitchen which is in the 2006 extension. The kitchen has a range of timber fronted wall and base units with built in cooker, hob and cooker hood. There is a tiled floor and French doors leading out to the garden. Exposed Hamstone wall.
On the first floor are four bedrooms, three of which are double, the master bedroom in the most recent extension being double aspect. There is a family bathroom comprising free standing bath, WC and basin.
The property is approached over a quiet lane, a five bar gate leads into an extensive gravelled parking area and at the end of the garden is a further access which leads to the detached single garage. Adjacent to the property is a patio with herbaceous beds and borders, this leads into a lawned area of garden with a timber shed, beds, borders, mature shrubs and trees with a decking pathway leading to the garage. There are excellent views of the church and surrounding countryside leading up to Ham Hill.
East Stoke is a hamlet located between Stoke-Sub-Hamdon and Montacute which are a pair of delightful Hamstone villages at the base of Ham Hill offering an excellent range of amenities including shops, primary and secondary schooling, churches, pubs, restaurants as well as the famous National Trust Montacute House. East Stoke is convenient for the A303 road way and is approximately five miles from Yeovil town centre which has an excellent range of shopping, business and leisure amenities. Ham Hill is famous landmark owned by the Dutchy and crossed by a number of footpaths and from the top are outstanding views over South Somerset.
From Yeovil take to A3088 in a North Westerly direction towards the A303. Turn off left sign posted Montacute and Stoke-Sub-Hamdon and at the top of the slip road turn right. Pass the school on the right hand side and immediately passed the Windsor Lane turning on your right, turn left into a lane where you will see the church. Woodcroft is the first property on your right.
Mains water, electricity, drainage, gas fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council
Council Tax Band D