Guide price £425,000
A spacious detached bungalow in a sought after village location with delightful gardens and double garage.
- Double Garage
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Larchwood is a well appointed detached bungalow built in the late 1980s of reconstituted stone elevations under a tiled roof. The property is situated on a no through lane in the popular peaceful village of Hardington Moor. The property benefits from oil-fired central heating and double glazing. A particular feature is the delightful, well stocked rear garden.
To the front is a porch with front door opening into a spacious entrance hall which has a useful airing cupboard and cloakroom. From here doors lead to all of the rooms, the spacious sitting/dining room has a fireplace and door to the conservatory which provides a lovely area to sit and enjoy the garden. The kitchen is well fitted with a range of wall and base units including an integrated eye level single oven with warming drawer, hob, dishwasher and sink unit. There is a separate utility room with further units, sink and space for appliances, and doors to the double garage and garden.
There are three bedrooms, the master has a range of fitted wardrobes with an en-suite shower room which has a shower cubicle, WC, and wash hand basin. There are two further bedrooms, one with built in wardrobes and a family bathroom which has a panelled bath, WC, and wash hand basin.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
To the front is a driveway with parking for several cars leading to an attached double garage. There is also a lawned area with shrub borders and pathways both sides of the property giving access to an amenities area with two sheds and a greenhouse. The rear garden is delightful with a shaped lawn, well established borders with an abundance of shrubs and plants, together with numerous trees including a Magnolia, Espalier fruit trees (apple & pear) which form a decorative division between the lawn and the vegetable garden. There are a number of raised beds to grow your vegetables and flowers.
Hardington Moor with Hardington Mandeville is an attractive community village with a post office/store, church and a popular public house whilst a wider range of facilities are available in nearby East Coker which also has a popular primary school. The larger towns of Yeovil & Crewkerne lie close by offering an excellent range of shopping, business and leisure facilities including main line rail connections. The surrounding countryside is predominantly rolling pasture land and Moor Lane leads directly to footpaths to the local nature reserve, wild flower meadows and recreation ground.
Mains water, drainage, electricity. Oil fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council - Band E
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE EPC Rating - E