A handsome and beautifully presented period house looking out over wooded farmland on the edge of the popular village of Yetminster.
Easterfield was acquired by the present owners about 14 years ago, and since then it has undergone a comprehensive programme of modernisation, extension and refurbishment. It is now beautifully presented throughout and has an unusually high level of natural light to all rooms, most of which at first floor level, take full advantage of the views over wooded farmland towards Beer Hackett. On the ground floor there is a handsome hall with exposed stone work, staircase and timber flooring. The three reception rooms interconnect and comprise a dining room, a sitting room with a brick fireplace and wood burning stove, French casements out to the terrace, and beyond, a study. A kitchen/breakfast room is one of the main features of the house, with its slate flagstone floor, two oven Aga, window seat and lots of storage. The cloakroom doubles as the utility room. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, all of which enjoy the views, and all have built in wardrobes. The bathroom has a both a bath and shower. There is also separate WC. There is sealed unit double glazing, and oil fired central heating.
A driveway with double gates opens to a good sized parking area with a double garage and work shop. There is a cabin style garden office readily adaptable for other uses. Most of the garden lies to the rear and south of the property. A crescent shaped terrace and entertaining area is served by a lavender surround and an established wisteria on the back of the house. The lawn is shaped by colourful borders protected by high fencing, climbing shrubs and small trees.