The Lodge is a large detached property with rendered elevations under a tiled roof. Originally, believed to have been constructed in 1905 as an ancillary building for the adjacent former Hotel, but converted in the 1950's into a family dwelling. The property has flexible accommodation over two floors and is benefited by gas-fired central heating with radiators and double glazed windows. The property sits in a plot of a quarter of an acre and has attractive gardens as well as a very extensive gravelled parking area, double garage, and private garden area.
On the ground floor the entrance door leads into an entrance hall with door into the sitting room and open arch to kitchen. The kitchen/breakfast room is well fitted with a range of wall and base units and integrated appliances to include oven, hob, cookerhood, fridge and freezer. There is a door to outside and a staircase leading to the first floor. The sitting/dining room is a delightful double aspect room with patio doors to the rear garden as well as a brick fireplace with inset stove. From the sitting room there is an inner hall with doors into all three bedrooms, the family bathroom and cloakroom. The master bedroom has sliding double glazed patio doors to the west facing garden as well as an en-suite shower room with double shower, basin and wc, and built in wardrobe. The principle guest bedroom also has an en-suite shower room with built in wardrobe. The third bedroom also has a built in cupboard.
On the first floor are two versatile rooms, currently used as an office and occasional bedroom space.
The property, which has no passing traffic, has a five bar gate leading into the gravelled parking area which accommodates many vehicles. There is a timber clad double garage and between this and the house is a sheltered and extremely private area of garden. The principle gardens lie to the rear of the property facing west, adjacent to the house is a paved patio with dwarf wall, beyond which is a lawn with mature shrubs, a fine tree and partially walled boundaries.
The Lodge is convenient for Yeovil town centre, whilst being tucked away in a private and quiet position. The town centre is just a few minutes by car and quarter of an hour on foot, the property is situated close to the hospital and Mudford Recreational ground. The town is well served with numerous shopping business and leisure attractions and has easy access to the A303 roadway as well as mainline rail links.