High Trees was built in 1997 by local builders and forms a select development of hamstone and rendered properties. The property has double glazed windows, oil central heating and inside is a wealth of character features including brace and latch doors, beamed ceilings and a brick fireplace in the sitting room which gives the property character with all the conveniences of modern living.
On the ground floor is a thatched storm porch leading into the entrance hall, with understairs cupboard and cloakroom.. The sitting room has French doors to the rear and a brick fireplace with beam and inset LPG gas fire. The dining room, which has a feature exposed brick and timber wall. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wooden fronted units, with integrated double oven, hob and extractor hood. Also on the ground floor is a study and utility room.
On the first floor are four bedrooms; the master bedroom has an ensuite shower room. There is a family bathroom comprising bath with mixer shower over, WC and wash hand basin.
To the front of the house the walled garden houses shrubs and gravel pathways. To the rear of the property is patio area leading to a lawned area surrounded by mature shrub beds and fruit trees. At the end of the garden is a paved seating/entertaining area.
Opposite the house is a detached double garage with two up and over doors, power and light connection. Outside water tap.
Hardington Mandeville is a sought after and attractive small village just to the south west of Yeovil and therefore convenient for the wide range of shopping, business and leisure amenities that the town offers. The village itself is largely constructed of period properties, many of which, are built of local hamstone. The village has a pub, church and post office and is surrounded by rolling pastoral countryside in the Somerset/Dorset border. Sutton Bingham reservoir nearby hosts a variety of fishing and water sport pursuits.
From Yeovil join the A30 heading towards Crewkerne and turn left almost immediately after Yeovil Court Hotel. Follow this lane for about 2 miles into the village of Hardington Mandeville and by the church turn right by the grass triangle. Turn first left into Rectory Lane and continue over the little bridge where the property will be found on the right hand side.
Mains water, electric and drainage. Oil fired central heating