An attractive Victorian house situated in a central village location, with good size gardens.
1 Queen Street is an attractive end of terrace Victorian house built of brick and stone elevations under a slate roof. The property has spacious accommodation but offers further potential for extension subject to necessary consents. There is gas fired central heating and UPVC double-glazing throughout.
On the ground floor is an entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and doors to the two principle reception rooms. The sitting room has the original feature housing a gas coal effect fire and bay window to the front. There is a separate dining room, which in turn leads to the kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units with integral oven/hob, space for further appliances and a really useful larger cupboard and under stairs cupboard. From the kitchen a door leads out to the conservatory which is UPVC double-glazed with doors to the front and rear and overlooking the rear garden.
On the first floor there are three good size bedrooms two having the original fireplaces, and a family bathroom comprising bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin. There are two useful storage cupboards on the landing, along with access to the loft space.
The property is at the end of the terrace therefore benefiting from a larger than usual garden, offering a potential purchaser the opportunity to extend. To the front the gardens are laid to lawn with a side pedestrian gate to the rear and a gate/pathway to the front door. The rear garden is largely laid to lawn with mature trees and abuts the village playing field. There are two useful outbuildings along with a gardeners WC.
Tintinhull is an attractive village to the North-West of Yeovil, the heart of which is largely constructed of period Hamstone buildings. The village has a pub, primary school, play parks, public tennis courts and swimming pool and also has a National Trust House with beautiful gardens. There is easy access onto the A303 London to Exeter trunk road and the busy town of Yeovil is just a few minutes away by car. The area is well served by local state and independent schools and is also well served by recreational pursuits.
Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas fired central heating.