A fine detached period property located in one of the most desirable villages in Somerset
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Orchard House is a substantial period property in a quiet position in a popular and vibrant village. The house is Georgian in origin, built in the 1770s, with Victorian bays added to the front façade.
There are many character features including impressive fireplaces, flagstones and sash windows to the front bays. The rooms are all of good proportions and the house benefits from high ceilings. Outside there is a good-sized garden to the front and ample parking.
The garden lies to the front of the property and has a good degree of privacy. It is laid mainly to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and flower borders. There is a flagged stone courtyard to the side leading to a pathway along the rear elevation.The property has an adjoining garage with up and over door, storage and access to the house.
West Coker is a sought after village, approximately 3 miles to the west of Yeovil, which has an excellent range of day-to-day amenities including church, pubs, restaurant/hotel, primary school, doctors surgery and bus route into Yeovil. The town of Yeovil has a comprehensive range of shopping, business and leisure amenities, as well as mainline rail connections to London and Bristol. The village is surrounded by attractive rolling countryside where there are numerous leisure pursuits including water sports at Sutton Bingham Reservoir, golf (Yeovil, Sherborne, Halstock) and the coast is approximately a 40 minutes drive away.
From Yeovil follow the A30 into the village of West Coker, turn left at the traffic lights. Continue along East Street until you see a driveway on your left called Manor Drive; turn into the driveway and you will see the access to Orchard House, with the number 25 on the gate.
Right of access over The Manor House drive to Orchard House.