Beautifully presented detached period home (not listed) in a popular village ten minutes walk from the train station. EPC Band D.
This charming detached period home has undergone a recent programme of renovation and improvement by the current owners and offers the perfect blend of period charm with modern convenience.
The cottage offers accommodation comprising entrance porch, spacious sitting room with original fireplace housing a log burner, which is semi open plan to a dining area and newly fitted kitchen with shaker style units. In addition on the ground floor is a second reception room with fireplace and double doors to the garden, a utility room and cloakroom. Stairs lead to the first floor where there are three double bedrooms, including a master with en suite with free standing bath and a separate shower cubical. There is a further shower room with double shower. The property enjoys delightful views across the surrounding countryside.Outside
Meadow Bank is approached from the road via private shared driveway (with one other property) which in turn leads to a private driveway and parking area. Adjacent to this is the garage with electric up and over door. To the front of the property is a landscaped garden interspersed by some mature plants with a footpath to the front door.
There is a side entrance to the rear garden. The principle garden is to the rear has been recently landscaped with level lawn interspersed by mature beds, with trees and shrubs, a water feature pond and a number of sitting areas from which to enjoy the delightful views across the surrounding farmland. There is a timber potting shed and a well positioned summerhouse. The rear of the house has a delightful veranda giving sheltered access to the rear door and double doors to the reception rooms.Situation
The property is located in Misterton; a highly regarded village located close to Crewkerne. Within the village amenities include a public house, Cedric's restaurant, petrol station and car garage with shop, village hall and primary school.
Crewkerne railway station is also within walking distance of the village, with regular services to London (Waterloo) and Exeter, and within the Town itself are a range of shopping, leisure and health care facilities including a Waitrose Superstore, sports centre with swimming pool and a General Hospital.
Road links are good with the A356 giving direct access to Dorchester and the A303 trunk road easily accessible. Bus services operate to a range of destinations.Services
Oil fired central heating, mains water electricity, drainage, photovoltaic panels.Viewings
Strictly by appointment with the vendors' selling agents, Stags, Yeovil Office, Telephone 01935 475000.Directions
From Yeovil take the A30 to Crewkerne and continue on this road through the town centre. After the traffic lights bear left and follow the A356 towards Dorchester. Procced on this road out of the town and into the village of Misterton and past the school and cerdics restaurant and then turn second left into close drive.