A generous four bedroom detached house in need of updating set in gardens of circa half an acre with useful outbuildings, located in this popular village.
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Bow House is a detached village house built in the 1980s of local stone elevations beneath a pitched tiled roof. The property offers generous accommodation in need of some updating but benefits from mainly timber framed double -glazed windows and gas-fired central heating. The house sits in a good-sized plot of circa half an acre with an extensive range of outbuildings including a carport which is in need of attention.
The front door leads into the entrance hall with cloakroom comprising wash hand basin and WC. The L shaped sitting room/dining room is triple aspect with patio doors out to the garden and a central open fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room is well fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units, built in electric oven, hob and extractor hood. There is also a freestanding fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Door to the rear garden.
On the first floor is a landing with an airing cupboard and access to the loft space. There are four bedrooms, three with fitted cupboards and a family bathroom comprising bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.
From the road there is a shared short driveway leading to double gates into Bow House with a further driveway providing parking for several vehicles. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn, with raised beds for hedging and a stone wall. A small stream runs within the property along the northern boundary, with the southern bank abutting the northern garden wall. The north bank forms part of the property but is maintained by the local authority.
There are range of outbuildings; three workshops and an open car port which have great potential.
Hurst is a popular location situated between Bower Hinton and Martock and comprises mainly period houses built of the local hamstone for which the area is well known. Bower Hinton has a pub, hotel and Yandles wood store/craft centre with a popular tea room and Martock has an excellent range of shopping, business and leisure amenities as well as easy access onto the A303. The larger regional towns of Yeovil and Taunton are easily accessible by road. South Somerset is rich in cultural history, the local farmland is famous for its cider production and the majority of the local period houses are built of Hamstone.
From the A303 Cartgate roundabout continue in a Westerly direction turning off signposted to Crewkerne and Bower Hinton. At the T junction at the end of the slip road turn right and continue around in to Bower Hinton. Pass through the village passing the pub on your right hand side and where the property will be found towards the end of the village on your right, before the sharp right hand bend.
Agents Note: Western Power Distribution have access to their power pole.