- Off Road Parking
- Double Garage
An attractive, detached, well-maintained, four bedroom home with spacious living accommodation, set in a lovely secluded position and with no onward chain
THE AGENTS SAYS...
Swallowfield is a charming, stone-built house with a spacious, practical layout and well-proportioned, light rooms. The property has been well-maintained and benefits from recent refurbishments, including the bathroom and a new garden fence. There is ample off road parking and a detached double garage, which has electric and lighting, so could potentially be used as a workshop. The property is sold with no onward chain.
Through the front door, stairs rise to the first floor on the right and ahead the spacious entrance hall provides access to all the living spaces. On the left is the large, double aspect living room with wooden floors, a stone fireplace with log burner, and french doors out to the patio and garden at the front of the property. At the end of the hallway is a utility, which opens out to the rear of the house, and a separate WC. On the right, doors open to the kitchen/breakfast room and adjoining dining room. The kitchen is light and bright, thanks to its double aspect, and has a wealth of storage and worktop space, including a breakfast bar for casual meals. Double doors open into the well-proportioned, almost square dining room which will comfortably accommodate a large table for entertaining/ family meals.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms: the principal bedroom, with built-in wardrobes and en-suite shower room; two good sized doubles; and a smaller double/large single room. Off the wide landing there is also the family bathroom, airing cupboard and access to a large eaves storage area which is partially boarded.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
At the front of the property is the lawned garden with a lovely patio, approached from the parking area through a wooden garden arch and up the path to the front door. At the rear of the property is a small gravel seating area outside the kitchen and up one side of the house, through a rose arch, is a log store and small garden shed (both included in sale with unused logs). The front of the property is bounded by a hedge and in front of this is the gravel parking area for several cars with the double garage to the side, adjoining the bottom of the garden.
The property is situated on the edge of Keinton Mandeville which is a popular village largely constructed out of the local stone. Keinton Mandeville has a number of amenities as well as easy access onto the A37 and A303 roadways. The property is within daily driving distance for private schools at Millfield, Hazelgrove and Bruton and is also convenient for Castle Cary mainline rail links.
From the A303 Podimore roundabout proceed along the A37 towards Shepton Mallet. Turn left into Common Lane, signposted Keinton Mandeville, and continue along this road. Just after a sharp left hand bend the property will be found on the right hand side.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Gas fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council Band F
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Current Rating C