Newlands is a beautiful semi-detached property originally built in 1809 of local Hamstone elevations under a slate roof. The property is well presented throughout with versatile accommodation laid out over three floors. The property benefits from gas fired central heating with
radiators as well as extensive parking, established gardens and double garage. Although the property is not Listed it displays a host of beautiful features associated with the period, including an impressive Georgian porch with parapet and regency casement windows.
On the ground floor there is an impressive entrance hall with original tiled floor, staircase to the first floor, under stairs storage cupboard and door to the garden. From here there are doors to the two principal rooms, the sitting room is double aspect with high ceiling, regency casement windows with fitted shutters, fireplace housing a wood
burning stove and exposed floors boards. The dining room is located to the front and has a Sash window again with fitted shutters and double doors opening through to the kitchen/breakfast room, which is fitted with wooden fronted base units, a gas fired Aga and overlooks the rear garden. There is a utility room to the rear with door to the
garden, cloakroom with wash hand basin and WC, staircase down to the cellar and secondary staircase to the first floor.
On the first floor there is a lovely landing with a Georgian arched window overlooking the garden along with four bedrooms. The master has an en-suite shower room. One of the bedrooms has access to a further shower room, kitchenette area and has a staircase to the ground
floor therefore making it suitable as self-contained accommodation if required. On the second floor are two further bedrooms (interconnecting) with eaves storage and making a great space for teenagers.
The house is complemented by spacious and well maintained gardens, including an extensive driveway providing parking which in turn leads to the double garage/workshop which was originally a coach house with wooden doors and a mezzanine floor for storage, abutting the garage/workshop is a covered area for log storage. The rear gardens
have been beautifully landscaped by the current owners and being completely walled enjoy a good degree of privacy. The gardens are largely laid to lawn with a range of shrub and flower borders along with trees including a mulberry bush and fig tree. There is a useful outbuilding previously used as a coal shed.
Newlands is quietly positioned in a residential cul de sac within easy walking distance of Yeovil town centre. The town centre is well served by shops, business and leisure amenities, nearby is a popular park and a number of state and independent schools. Yeovil has excellent transport links including the A303 and A37 as well as mainline rail
connections to London Waterloo.
From the hospital roundabout, drive in a westerly direction along Preston Road and shortly after passing through a set of traffic lights turn right into Summerlands. The property can be found a short distance along on the right hand side.
Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas
fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council
Council Tax Band F