Guide price £295,000
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Location & Description
Shepton Beauchamp Stores is located in the centre of the thriving village of Shepton Beauchamp with a Church close by, primary school opposite, village hall, café/store with a weekly pop up post office, hairdressers, playing fields and the Duke of York public house which is known for good food within the area. The property is in a sought-after residential location which is 4 miles to Ilminster where there are further amenities. Yeovil is 12½ miles away with the county town of Somerset being Taunton is only 15½ miles to the North West.
The property can be used as a residential house throughout or there is potential to keep the village store and run this as a retail unit by the owner of the property or rent the space out to create an income.
Former Village Store
Former shop 8.458m x 4.94m (278 x 162) with display window.
Planning permission from South Somerset District Council granted on the 8th January 2019 (planning ref: 18/03814/PAIA) to convert the shop into a residential unit.
The house is self-contained contained and could be let out on an assured shorthold tenancy or occupied. There is potential to build a WC/kitchen facility for the shop and make it self-contained which would allow it to be let out on a commercial basis if required.
Rear store 5.86 m x 5.58 (192 x 184).
To the rear of the store is a courtyard with gated access onto front for unloading. Timber shed. Oil tank. Canopy area.
Path leading to UPV doubled glazed door into the dining room in the main house and path leading round to private rear garden.
Entrance via wooden door into:-
Hall with ceramic tiled floor. Wooden electric metre cupboard. Under stairs cupboard. Door into shop and extra door into shop counter. Stairs to first floor accommodation. Doorway through into:-
kitchen/diner 6.41 m x 3.47 m (210 x 114) wooden kitchen of wall to base cupboards with roll top work surfaces with inset stainless steel 1½ bowl sink unit. Plumbing for dishwasher. Stainless steel electric cooker. Glazed door into utility room. Built in cupboard housing Worcester oil boiler.
Ceramic tiled floor. Central island with drawers and cupboards below with inset stainless steel gas hob and incorporating a breakfast bar.
Opening through into the dining area with matching ceramic tiled floor. Window to side. UPVC double glazed door to outside. Opening through into sitting room. Door into:-
Utility room 2.03 m x 1.70 m (76 x 56) matching units with kitchen. Inset stainless steel sink unit in a roll top work surface. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Window and glazed door to outside leading out onto rear garden.
Sitting room 4.22 m x 3.88 m (1310 x 128) matching ceramic tiled floor from kitchen/diner. Window to side. Patio door leading to rear garden. Cast iron Morso wood burning stove.
Landing window to front overlooking the village. Access to void. Oak laminate effect flooring. Spot lights.
Built in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and shelving. Additional built in cupboard. Double glazed window to rear overlooking the garden.
Bedroom 1 4.52 m x 3.80 m (1410 x 125) dual aspect with window to side and window to front overlooking the village.
Bedroom 2 3.47 m x 3.45 m (114 x 114) glazed window to rear and glazed door leading out onto decking balcony. Painted ledge and brace wooden door into:-
Ensuite bathroom heritage white suite of close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with chrome shower over plus chrome shower attachment. Window to rear. Chrome heated towel rail radiator. Oak flooring. Spot lights. Built in handmade wooden wardrobes.
Bedroom 3 3.78 m x 3.75 m (124 x 124) oak effect laminate flooring. Window to side overlooking the primary school and village Church. Limited eave height in part.
Shower room white suite of close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin and shower cubicle with electric shower. Extractor fan. Window to side.
Enclosed rear garden laid to decking with powerpoints.