Guide price £189,950
- End of Terrace
- Off Road Parking
THE AGENT SAYS...
With its picket fence and mellow hamstone and brick detailed facade, 1 Mill Cottages offers country charm with the convenience of an edge of town location. Inside, the property is neutrally decorated throughout and ready for the new owners to move straight into and put their own stamp on it. Outside there is a lovely, enclosed, lawned garden with storage, patio and seating areas.
Under a rose arch, a low wooden gate opens to a block paved path which leads to the front door. Entering the property into the sitting room, stairs rise ahead to the first floor, a door at the rear opens to a WC and to the left is the kitchen/dining room. The sitting room is a good size and light streams in from the large window overlooking the garden. There is a useful understairs cupboard and the small lobby outside the WC offers further storage space for coats and the like. The kitchen diner is double-aspect, with the dining area overlooking the garden. The kitchen is fitted with cream shaker units; oak worktops; stainless steel built-under oven, gas hob, splash-back and hood above; and there is space for a slimline dishwasher and washing machine.
Upstairs is the smartly finished bathroom and two double bedrooms. All of these rooms benefit from vaulted ceilings and attractive exposed beams. Bedroom 1 is a good-sized double-aspect room with a built-in wardrobe. Bedroom 2 also has a built-in wardrobe and there is a further storage cupboard on the landing.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
The garden is fully enclosed by evergreen hedging with low level picket fencing around the front. There is a paved patio area outside the front door running the length of the property, where there is a shed and other outdoor storage. The rest of the garden is lawned, with an arbour to one side and an attractive dining area in the corner. The property has one allocated parking space.
Crewkerne features beautiful architecture, with the majority of buildings dating from the Georgian period and constructed of the local mellow stone. The town has an excellent range of amenities including shops and businesses, a Waitrose supermarket and mainline rail link to London Waterloo. The surrounding countryside is attractive rolling farmland and there is easy road access to the larger regional centres of Yeovil and Taunton, as well as the Dorset Jurassic Coastline.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Gas fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council Band C
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Current Rating C
Service charge of £495.38 per annum (paid in two instalments)