Offers in Excess of £325,000
A charming Grade II listed thatched cottage quietly situated in a no through lane with lovely gardens. No onward chain.
- Semi Detached
- Off Road Parking
The Cottage is an attractive Grade II Listed property located in a quiet no through lane close to the village centre. The property is well presented with versatile accommodation and has many character features; including a fine inglenook fireplace and exposed beams.
On the ground floor the front door opens into an entrance hall. The sitting room has an inglenook fireplace with hearth, window seat and built in shelving. The kitchen has a range of cottage style units, Belfast sink, space for electric cooker with extractor over and space for appliances. Feature fireplace. Rear door leading into a lean-to, ideal dog and boot room. Also on the ground floor is a cloakroom with wc and wash hand basin, dining room with understairs cupboard and to the rear a family room/bedroom with views across the garden.
On the first floor is a landing and three bedrooms with fitted wardrobes in bedroom one and bedroom three. Bedroom two has a separate staircase leading down to the kitchen. Family bathroom comprising bath with shower over, wash hand basin and wc. Airing cupboard.
From the lane there is access to a tarmac driveway leading to a double carport, there is also off road parking for several vehicles. A particular feature of the outside space is the mature rear garden with an abundance of trees and bushes giving this garden a good degree of privacy and seclusion. There is a good sized lawned area with seating/entertaining areas, stone store and two timber garden sheds.
The front garden is laid to lawn and bordered with a mature hedge. Across the lane there is a further area of land which would make an ideal play area, allotment, poultry run or the potential of further parking.
Hardington Moor is an attractive community village with a post office/store, church and public house, whilst a wider range of facilities are available in nearby East Coker which also has a popular primary school. The larger towns of Yeovil and Crewkerne lie close by offering an excellent range of shopping, business and leisure facilities including main line rail connections. The surrounding countryside is predominantly rolling pasture land and Moor Lane leads directly to footpaths to a local nature reserve and wild flower meadows.