5 Bedroom Town House for sale in Bruton, Somerset, BA10

5 Bedroom Town House - £650,000

Bruton, Somerset, BA10

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First listed on: 05th March 2022

Nearest stations: Bruton (0.6 mi)Castle Cary (2.8 mi)Templecombe (7.6 mi)Gillingham (Dorset) (9.6 mi)

Interested in this property? Call See phone number 01963 34000

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Property Features

  • IMPOSING GRADE II LISTED PERIOD HOUSE SITUATED IN THE HEART OF BRUTON
  • VERSATILE LIVING ACCOMMODATION SPREAD OVER THREE FLOORS
  • SITTING ROOM WITH NATURAL STONE FIREPLACE
  • DINING ROOM WITH WOOD BURNING STOVE
  • KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM & UTILITY ROOM

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

LOCATION: Bruton is a small ancient South Somerset town nestling in the foothills of Brue Valley surrounded by unspoilt countryside. The town has retained great charm over the years with many interesting and historical buildings which defines its character. The main industries are agriculture and education with four schools in Bruton. King's School, founded in 1519, Bruton School for Girls, Sexey's School and a primary school. Bruton has many thriving groups and societies including a Festival of Arts, Horticultural Show, musical and theatrical productions. It is also now well known by the establishment of the renowned Hauser & Wirth Art Gallery and Mill on the Brue Outdoor Activity Centre. The town has a small range of shops and a range of public houses and restaurants including the award winning 'At the Chapel'. Further local attractions include the National Trust Stourhead House and gardens and The Newt gardens and spa hotel. There are many other charming towns nearby which together offer a wide range of shopping, cultural and sporting activities. These include Castle Cary, Wincanton, Sherborne, Shaftesbury and Wells with Bath, Bristol and Salisbury all being in easy reach. Communications are good with a small rail station in Bruton and mainline services at Castle Cary (Paddington) and Sherborne (Waterloo). The A303 a few miles south is the road link to London and Bristol international airport is well within an hours drive.

 

ACCOMMODATION

GROUND FLOOR

Front door to:

 

ENTRANCE HALL: Parquet flooring, consumer unit and doors to sitting and dining room.

 

SITTING ROOM: 15’10” (narrowing to 11’) x 14’9” A delightful room featuring a brick and natural stone fireplace with open Jetmaster fire. Flagstone floor, exposed timbers, radiator, window to front aspect with window seat and door to a lobby giving access to the garden and garage and stairs to a large family room.

 

DINING ROOM: 14’9” x 10’ A characterful room featuring a brick fireplace with wood burning stove, flagstone floor, exposed timbers, radiator, window to front aspect with window seat and wide opening to:

 

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 15’11” x 9’10” (max) Double bowl ceramic sink set into a solid Iroko wood work surface and drainer. Range of wall, drawer and base units with work surface over, exposed timbers, tiled floor, space for range cooker, plumbing for dishwasher, window to rear aspect, stairs to first floor and door to:

 

UTILITY ROOM: 10’ x 9’4” (max) Feature alcove with stone arch, tiled floor, Belfast sink with solid Iroko wood drainer, radiator, doors to cloakroom and garden.

 

CLOAKROOM: Low level WC, wash hand basin, radiator and tiled floor.

 

From the kitchen stairs to first floor.

 

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING: Exposed floorboards, feature stone arch and opening to inner landing with doors to bedrooms one and two.

 

BEDROOM 1: 14’10” x 11’1” Period fireplace with painted timber surround, exposed floorboards, window to front aspect with window seat, radiator, wall light points and opening to:

 

OFFICE: 15’9” x 9’10” Although currently used as an office there are many other potential uses including en-suite/dressing room (subject to the necessary regulations and permissions). Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, radiator and door to the upper garden terrace.

 

BEDROOM 2: 11’9” x 11’6” Radiator, window to front aspect with window seat, ceiling beam and built-in wardrobe.

 

BATHROOM: Panelled bath with shower over, obscured glazed window to rear aspect, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator with heated towel rail attached and electric shaver point.

 

BEDROOM 5/FAMILY ROOM: 15’10” x 15’4” This room is above the garage and is accessed via a second staircase from a lobby off the sitting room. Vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, two velux windows, window to side aspect, storage cupboard and two radiators. Currently used as a family room, this is a hugely flexible large space with a wide variety of alternative uses.

 

From the first floor landing stairs to second floor landing.

 

SECOND FLOOR

BEDROOM 3: 14’7” x 10’10” (narrowing to 8’4”) Radiator, window to front aspect, exposed timbers, built-in double wardrobe and hatch to loft with power sockets, lighting and flooring accessed via a drop down ladder.

 

BEDROOM 4: 14’10” x 8’11” Radiator, exposed timbers and built-in double wardrobe.

 

OUTSIDE

FRONT GARDEN: There is a small front garden ideal for pots and tubs fronted by a low natural stone wall topped with wrought iron railings. Double doors give access to the garage and a side door leads through to:

 

REAR GARDEN: An attractive landscaped garden arranged on two levels with the upper area being a paved terrace with a raised border and greenhouse. Steps lead down to the lower level which is also accessed from the utility room with a patio and lawn bordered by well stocked borders with shrubs, a wide variety of snowdrops, raised vegetable beds, shed and door to garage.

 

GARAGE/WORKSHOP: 15’10” x 13’7” Wall mounted combi gas boiler, work bench, shelving, light and power.

 

SERVICES: Mains water, electricity, drainage, gas central heating and telephone all subject to the usual utility regulations.

 

COUNCIL TAX BAND: D

 

TENURE: Freehold

 

VIEWING: Strictly by appointment through the agents.

 

 

LOCATION: Bruton is a small ancient South Somerset town nestling in the foothills of Brue Valley surrounded by unspoilt countryside. The town has retained great charm over the years with many interesting and historical buildings which defines its character. The main industries are agriculture and education with four schools in Bruton. King's School, founded in 1519, Bruton School for Girls, Sexey's School and a primary school. Bruton has many thriving groups and societies including a Festival of Arts, Horticultural Show, musical and theatrical productions. It is also now well known by the establishment of the renowned Hauser & Wirth Art Gallery and Mill on the Brue Outdoor Activity Centre. The town has a small range of shops and a range of public houses and restaurants including the award winning 'At the Chapel'. Further local attractions include the National Trust Stourhead House and gardens and The Newt gardens and spa hotel. There are many other charming towns nearby which together offer a wide range of shopping, cultural and sporting activities. These include Castle Cary, Wincanton, Sherborne, Shaftesbury and Wells with Bath, Bristol and Salisbury all being in easy reach. Communications are good with a small rail station in Bruton and mainline services at Castle Cary (Paddington) and Sherborne (Waterloo). The A303 a few miles south is the road link to London and Bristol international airport is well within an hours drive.

 

ACCOMMODATION

GROUND FLOOR

Front door to:

 

ENTRANCE HALL: Parquet flooring, consumer unit and doors to sitting and dining room.

 

SITTING ROOM: 15’10” (narrowing to 11’) x 14’9” A delightful room featuring a brick and natural stone fireplace with open Jetmaster fire. Flagstone floor, exposed timbers, radiator, window to front aspect with window seat and door to a lobby giving access to the garden and garage and stairs to a large family room.

 

DINING ROOM: 14’9” x 10’ A characterful room featuring a brick fireplace with wood burning stove, flagstone floor, exposed timbers, radiator, window to front aspect with window seat and wide opening to:

 

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 15’11” x 9’10” (max) Double bowl ceramic sink set into a solid Iroko wood work surface and drainer. Range of wall, drawer and base units with work surface over, exposed timbers, tiled floor, space for range cooker, plumbing for dishwasher, window to rear aspect, stairs to first floor and door to:

 

UTILITY ROOM: 10’ x 9’4” (max) Feature alcove with stone arch, tiled floor, Belfast sink with solid Iroko wood drainer, radiator, doors to cloakroom and garden.

 

CLOAKROOM: Low level WC, wash hand basin, radiator and tiled floor.

 

From the kitchen stairs to first floor.

 

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING: Exposed floorboards, feature stone arch and opening to inner landing with doors to bedrooms one and two.

 

BEDROOM 1: 14’10” x 11’1” Period fireplace with painted timber surround, exposed floorboards, window to front aspect with window seat, radiator, wall light points and opening to:

 

OFFICE: 15’9” x 9’10” Although currently used as an office there are many other potential uses including en-suite/dressing room (subject to the necessary regulations and permissions). Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, radiator and door to the upper garden terrace.

 

BEDROOM 2: 11’9” x 11’6” Radiator, window to front aspect with window seat, ceiling beam and built-in wardrobe.

 

BATHROOM: Panelled bath with shower over, obscured glazed window to rear aspect, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator with heated towel rail attached and electric shaver point.

 

BEDROOM 5/FAMILY ROOM: 15’10” x 15’4” This room is above the garage and is accessed via a second staircase from a lobby off the sitting room. Vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, two velux windows, window to side aspect, storage cupboard and two radiators. Currently used as a family room, this is a hugely flexible large space with a wide variety of alternative uses.

 

From the first floor landing stairs to second floor landing.

 

SECOND FLOOR

BEDROOM 3: 14’7” x 10’10” (narrowing to 8’4”) Radiator, window to front aspect, exposed timbers, built-in double wardrobe and hatch to loft with power sockets, lighting and flooring accessed via a drop down ladder.

 

BEDROOM 4: 14’10” x 8’11” Radiator, exposed timbers and built-in double wardrobe.

 

OUTSIDE

FRONT GARDEN: There is a small front garden ideal for pots and tubs fronted by a low natural stone wall topped with wrought iron railings. Double doors give access to the garage and a side door leads through to:

 

REAR GARDEN: An attractive landscaped garden arranged on two levels with the upper area being a paved terrace with a raised border and greenhouse. Steps lead down to the lower level which is also accessed from the utility room with a patio and lawn bordered by well stocked borders with shrubs, a wide variety of snowdrops, raised vegetable beds, shed and door to garage.

 

GARAGE/WORKSHOP: 15’10” x 13’7” Wall mounted combi gas boiler, work bench, shelving, light and power.

 

SERVICES: Mains water, electricity, drainage, gas central heating and telephone all subject to the usual utility regulations.

 

COUNCIL TAX BAND: D

 

TENURE: Freehold

 

VIEWING: Strictly by appointment through the agents.

 

 

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This property is marketed by

19 High Street

Wincanton

Somerset

BA9 9JT

Telephone: See phone number 01963 34000

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Disclaimer Property reference F474C1CE87202E_2428468. Details are provided and maintained by Hambledon Estate Agents. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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