A light and spacious, secluded three bedroom property set in a large plot of 0.47 of an acre, with pretty gardens and open views.
- Off Road Parking
THE AGENT SAYS...
With generously proportioned, light living spaces, and a large plot in a secluded village location, Church View is a wonderful property for those seeking space and room to breathe. The house is presented in excellent decorative order, meaning the new owners can enjoy the delightful and immaculate gardens without delay.
Off the light and wide entrance hall is a WC and good- sized study. Ahead is the L-shaped sitting/dining room, which is over 7m in each direction. Two windows in the sitting area overlook the front of the property and twin fully-glazed sliding doors give views of and access to the patio and pretty rear garden. There is a brick fireplace with wood burning stove and timber surround. The dining area is adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room which has a neutral colour scheme, enhancing the sense of light and space and showcasing the powder blue Aga (there is also a conventional oven). A door leads out to the garden and another into the garage which has a small utility space at the rear. The garage also has a side door opening to the garden.
Upstairs there are 3 double bedrooms, which are all lovely and light, with bedroom 1 enjoying views to the front and rear. There is also the family bathroom, an additional shower room, and a walk-in wardrobe on the landing.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
At the front of the property is a large driveway and parking area flanked by lawn, borders, shrubs and small trees. A thick deciduous hedge separates the house from the road. On both sides of the property there are wooden arches with gates that provide pedestrian access to the rear garden. The large rear garden overlooks open fields. It is laid to lawn and dotted with trees, with a couple of shallow steps up from the patio and lower lawn to the rest of the garden. There is a summerhouse, greenhouse, timber workshop, further shed for garden machinery/tools and log store, and a vegetable plot tucked away at the far end. A patio provides a delightful seating area to enjoy the garden.
The property sits on the outskirts of Chilthorne Domer, which is a small village with a pub and primary school, just to the North East of Yeovil. The neighbouring villages of Tintinhull and Montacute have a range of amenities, with the latter boasting the renowned Montacute House. Yeovil town centre is within easy driving distance with a range of shopping, business and leisure amenities.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council Band D
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Current Rating E