Main Street, Ash, Martock

£395,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A deceptively spacious three/four bedroom semi-detached cottage with off road parking, garage, workshop and attractive gardens to rear. EPC Band E

SITUATION

This delightful cottage is situated in the heart of the popular village of Ash, with facilities including Church, Public House, excellent Primary School and Village Hall. It is set amongst wonderful countryside with numerous walks and close to Ham Hill Country Park. The small town of Martock is within 1 miles where a good range of day-to-day facilities can be found. Yeovil is within 6 miles where an excellent range of shopping, recreational and scholastic facilities are available, together with a mainline rail link to London Waterloo. The A303 is also accessible being only 1 mile from the property providing quick links to the major road networks.

DESCRIPTION

51 Main Street comprises a three/four bedroom semi-detached cottage constructed principally of brick and hamstone and is contained beneath a tiled roof. The property benefits from gas fired central heating and enjoys flexible living accommodation over three floors. There are a wealth of character features including exposed beams. On the ground floor there is a spacious hallway, dining room and well appointed kitchen/breakfast room with gas fired Rayburn and on the first floor is a superb sitting room with vaulted ceiling and French doors leading out onto a decking area. Also on this floor can be found two bedrooms and a well appointed bathroom. On the second floor can be found the principal bedroom. On the lower ground floor is a guest bedroom/study with adjoining shower room and access to the garage. Outside there is parking to front along with a purpose built workshop to rear and attractive gardens backing onto open fields.

ACCOMMODATION

Entrance porch with bench seats either side and glazed door leading to the hallway with tiled flooring and stairs rising to the first floor. Rear hall with recessed shelving, space for fridge freezer and door to rear garden. The dining room enjoys an open aspect to front with Oak flooring and a large brick built fireplace. The adjoining kitchen/breakfast room has been well fitted and comprises a Belfast sink with mixer taps over. Adjoining Granite worktops together with integrated appliances including fridge, dishwasher and microwave. There is also space for washing machine and recessed gas fired Rayburn for cooking purposes and with shelved cupboards to side. Tiled flooring, window to rear and attractive leaded stained glass window opening into the dining room.

On the first floor is a small study area beneath the staircase which rises to the second floor. Bedroom to rear with views over the garden and fields and a further bedroom with views to the front with a sealed fireplace and airing cupboard housing factory lagged copper cylinder together with the Worcester gas fired boiler, all on timer controls. Within the heart of the house is a spacious sitting room with vaulted ceiling, gable end window, two pairs of glazed French door leading out onto the decking area and garden beyond. Attractive Oak flooring throughout and a staircase descending to the ground floor study/bedroom four with window to front, door to garage and adjoining shower room, comprising shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin.

On the second floor can be found a landing area with store cupboard and shelving, door leading to the principal bedroom. A most attractive room with vaulted ceiling, recessed spot lights and window to gable end, together with exposed beams, along with fitted wardrobes and storage cupboards.

OUTSIDE

The property is protected from the road by a low stone wall with Beech hedging and wooden pedestrian gate with brick path leading to the front door. Adjoining low maintenance gravelled area to side together with folding wooden gates, opening onto a brick paved driveway for two vehicles, with double timber doors opening into the garage. The garage measures approx. 8'3 x 10'5 and is connected with power, light, water and a Belfast sink, along with door to rear.

The rear garden is fully enclosed and comprises a gravelled path running from the back door to a purpose built workshop with concrete floor, power and light. From here steps lead up to the lawned garden with deep border and pond. Constructed over the workshop is a superb decking area which is ideal for outdoor entertaining, with direct access back to the sitting room. The gardens are fenced and hedged giving much privacy and there is also a selection of trees, including apple, small vegetable garden with raised beds and greenhouse. It also enjoys an open aspect with views across fields to the rear.

SERVICES

All mains services are connected. Gas fired central heating.

VIEWINGS

Strictly by appointment through the vendor s selling agents, Stags Yeovil Office. 01935 475000

DIRECTIONS

From Cartgate roundabout on the A303 continue east towards London taking the first slip road on the left hand side signposted Ash and Martock. Continue to the T-junction and turn left signposted Ash. On entering the village the property will be seen on the right hand side and clearly identified by our For Sale board.

Arrange viewing 01935 321902

Stags - Yeovil

4-6 Park Rd, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 1DZ

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