- Secondary Accom
- Semi Detached
- Off Road Parking
THE AGENTS SAYS...
A wonderful opportunity to purchase a magnificent period property in one of Yeovils most coveted postcodes. With a large lawned garden to the rear and overlooking Sidney Gardens at the front, there is no shortage of quiet outdoor space to enjoy, yet the town centre is just a short stroll away.
Under the covered entrance, the front door opens into a splendid hall with beautiful chequered tiled floor and an attractive staircase rising to the first floor. To the left is the entrance to the generous annexe with its good-sized double bedroom, shower room, sitting/dining room and separate kitchen. To the right are the sitting room and rear living room, both equally large and each with wooden floor, elegant period fireplace and a huge bay window which floods the space with light. At the rear of the house is the stunning kitchen/dining room with its sleek modern finish that contrasts beautifully with the rest of the property.
There is a large walk-in pantry off the kitchen and from the dining area french doors open to the garden. Furthermore, there is a utility, WC, and door out to the garage/workshop at the side of the house.
On the first floor is the master bedroom, with built-in wardrobes, en-suite shower room and views over Sidney Gardens. There are also two further generous doubles (one with en-suite) and the opulent family bathroom with its central freestanding bath, separate shower and pretty fireplace.
On the second floor there are three further doubles, WC, built-in cupboard and attic storage space.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
The property has a sweeping tarmac driveway with ample parking, lawned front garden, pedestrian access to the rear garden and a detached garage with separate (internal) workshop. The enclosed and secure rear garden (walled on one side) is laid to lawn with shrub and flower beds and some mature trees. There is a circular decked seating area and a shed.
The Park is considered one of Yeovil's prime residential locations being a Conservation area and consisting of many large, brick built, period properties. The area is sought-after for its quiet but convenient placement, with the town centre in easy walking distance (over the footbridge). The town centre has numerous leisure, business and shopping attractions as well as mainline railway connections and access to the A303 London to Exeter trunk road. Several state primary and secondary schools within walking distance.
From the hospital roundabout take the exit on to Preston Road and then take the first left into The Park. Number 53 can be found a short distance along on the right-hand side.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council Band F
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE Current Rating D