3 West Camel Farm really is a 'hidden gem' and needs to be viewed to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer and the glorious garden. The property is built of natural stone elevations under a tiled roof. It is beautifully presented throughout and has been very well maintained in recent years. The property has oil fired central heating and double glazing.
The ground floor has a lovely entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and cloakroom with WC and basin. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of fitted units with granite worktops, slate flooring, integral dishwasher and stable door to the rear. The sitting room is double aspect with French doors out to the garden and a Calor coal effect fire. There is a separate dining room, with a useful understairs cupboard providing excellent storage space.
On the first floor is a landing with airing cupboard and access to the three double bedrooms and shower room. Please note this property was originally designed to be a 4 bedroom house and could be easily converted by splitting the second bedroom. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and ensuite bathroom comprising bath with telephone style shower attachment, WC and basin. The two further bedrooms also have fitted wardrobes. There is a family shower room with newly fitted walk-in shower cubicle (mains operated shower), WC and wash hand basin.
The property is accessed over a shared courtyard with the neighbouring properties, where there is a single garage with power & light connections and two dedicated carports. There is a small front garden with a pathway to the front door.
The south facing rear garden is a particular feature of this property, with a good degree of privacy and enjoying views over the surrounding countryside. The garden has been beautifully landscaped with a range of established shrubs and trees, extensive lawned area and a large patio. There is a side passageway with a gate.
The house sits on the edge of this quiet Somerset Village, which itself has a public house, church & village hall. The hall is the centre for many village activities. Further local amenities such as a post office, primary school and an excellent health centre can found in the village of Queen Camel 1 mile away.
West Camel is equidistant to the north of both the historic Abbey Town of Sherborne and the regional centre of Yeovil, which both provide a comprehensive range of shops, leisure and business amenities, as well as mainline railway stations with regular services to London Waterloo and Paddington, Bristol and the south coast.
The A303 can be joined at Sparkford to the north giving access to London, the South West and motorway network.
Excellent schooling within the area can be found at Millfield, Hazelgrove, Sherborne and Bruton.