Offers in Excess of £180,000
- Ground Floor
THE AGENTS SAYS...
A wonderful opportunity for an investor or first time buyer to purchase an extra special flat. 3 Barrows Court is a smart, well-proportioned garden flat, occupying the ground floor of a converted hamstone house. With a lawned garden at the front (leading to its own front door), rear courtyard, garage, two good-sized double bedrooms and generous kitchen, it really is a rare gem.
A paved path from the road leads through the lawned front garden to the attractive front door. The entrance hallway is lovely and spacious with room to store coats, shoes and bags. At the front of the property, either side of the hall, are the two good-size double bedrooms (bedroom 2 has built-in wardrobes). Behind the bedrooms are the kitchen and shower room, to the left and right respectively. The kitchen is beautifully finished and unusually spacious for a flat, with room for a full height fridge-freezer, dishwasher and washing machine, and a breakfast bar area. There is plenty of worktop, with a stylish undermount sink and drainage grooves, and also storage, including a larder, pan drawers and wall units. The large window and partially glazed door out to the rear courtyard mean the space is light and bright. The shower room is smart and functional with a crisp white finish contrasting with the dark floor. Outside the shower room is an airing cupboard and useful built-in storage. At the rear of the property is the generously proportioned sitting room which has scope to happily accommodate a lounge/diner layout. French doors open to the rear courtyard.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
There is a well-maintained lawned garden at the front, separated from the road by a hedge. At the rear of the property is a small, fenced courtyard area with gate. The addition of some screening plants and a patio could transform this into a lovely private seating/bbq space. The garage is located in a block with a pedestrian door from the rear courtyard.
East Chinnock is a popular village, equidistant between the towns of Yeovil and Crewkerne, both of which have mainline rail services to London Waterloo. The A303 trunk road is approximately 5 miles distant. The village has a Parish Church and village hall, with the neighbouring village of West Coker having a wider range of amenities including restaurants, doctors, primary school, garage, butchers, and post office. The surrounding countryside is largely beautiful rolling farmland with a range of recreational pursuits, particularly walking at nearby Ham Hill and water sports at Sutton Bingham Reservoir.
From Yeovil, follow the A30 through West Coker and into East Chinnock. As you go around the left hand bend, turn right into Weston Street next to the village hall and Barrows Court can be found towards the end of the road on the left hand side.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating ( New Grant Blue Flame Boiler with a 10 year warranty)
South Somerset District Council Band C
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE Current Rating E
999 year lease from 1974 (953 years remaining)