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Smallway House is a handsome Cary Stone and slate residence with extensive accommodation now requiring modernisation. Since the original construction the house has been extended and also incorporated former outbuildings. The result is a large family house with flexible accommodation making it ideal for those with a dependent relative or with older children wishing to live semi-independently.
The gardens offer excellent seclusion and privacy and comprise areas of lawn compartmentalised by established borders, trees and shrubs. There are a number of lovely mature trees. There is a screened former kitchen garden with greenhouse as well as a stone and tile cow byre now used as a machinery store, two additional garden stores and a second greenhouse. Immediately at the back of the house is the old wash house now used as a workshop. Screened from the main area of the garden is a hard tennis court and beyond again is a L-shaped field providing protection and amenity down to pasture with its own field gate access. In all the property extends to approximately 6.5 acres.
The property occupies a west facing, slightly elevated position off Smallway Lane, a tiny country lane about a mile south of Castle Cary Town centre. Castle Cary is a charming and historic market town with a good range of shops and everyday business facilities as well as a main line railway station connecting with Paddington. A number of the areas best known maintained and independent schools are within easy motoring distance, as are the neighbouring towns of Sherborne, Wincanton, Yeovil and Shaftesbury.
Council Tax Band for House F
Council Tax Band for Annexe A