Guide price £265,000
A beautiful semi-detached period cottage which has undergone a programme of refurbishment and quietly situated on the edge of the village, with lovely gardens enjoying outstanding long range views.
- Semi Detached
- View EPC Rating
Cloud Cottage is an attractive period cottage built of hamstone elevations under a slate roof. The property is well presented with light & airy accommodation and has undergone a programme of works by the current owners including updating of electrics/plumbing, new kitchen and bathroom and oak flooring to the ground floor. The property is located on the edge of the village with easy access to countryside walks and delightful long range views.
The property has double-glazed windows, along with
gas fired central heating.
On the ground floor is the open plan sitting/dining room
with a wood burning stove, oak flooring and stairs to the
first floor with storage under. To the rear is a newly fitted
bespoke kitchen with a range of units, breakfast bar, shelving, built-in electric cooker and gas hob, space for
appliances and door leading out the side garden.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms, the master is located at the front enjoying wonderful views from the front elevation windows, as well as a newly fitted shower room including shower cubicle, built in WC and wash hand basin.
To the front is small area of hardstanding, believed to of been the original pavement with a pedestrian gate providing access to the side of the property, where theres a useful outbuilding with hot water connections, WC, basin, plumbing for a washing machine and attached log store.
The rear garden is a particular feature of this property
and accessed via steps, which in turns to several attractively terraced areas of lawn, herbaceous borders,
pergola with decked area, mature trees and shrubs and
numerous seating areas to enjoy the delightful views.
It really is worth the walk to the top of the garden to
appreciate the location of this property.
The occupiers of the property have enjoyed use of an
unofficial parking space nearby in the lane.
Chiselborough is one of the areas most sought after
villages with no busy roads and largely built of period stone properties. The village has a church and renowned public house, as well as access to lovely country walks and Ham Hill Country Park. There is a school, post office and shop in the neighbouring village of Norton Sub Hamdon.
The local towns of Crewkerne and Sherborne offer excellent amenities and mainline rail connections. The A303 trunk road provides access to the M5 and via the M3 to London. The area is well served by independent schools at
Perrott Hill, Sherborne, Millfield and Hazlegrove. Sporting facilities including horse racing at Wincanton, Exeter and
Taunton, golf at Sherborne and Bridport.
Mains water, electricity, drainage and
LPG gas heating.
South Somerset District Council
Tax Band D