- An attractive, light and generously proportioned detached house with further scope to extend if desired
- Wonderfully spacious ground floor accommodation with plenty of reception and entertaining space
- Enjoying four double bedrooms and a good size family bathroom to the first floor
- Ground floor annexe with own entrance; living/bedroom, shower room and utility/kitchen
- Fantastic size south-west facing garden with large terrace, lovely variety of mature trees and expansive lawn
- Large garage/workshop with potential to convert into a fantastic light and spacious office/studio
This attractive and generously proportioned family home is one to view with large mature gardens and further scope to improve if desired. Perfect for those with multiple generations coming together having ground floor annexe accommodation and available without the complication of an onward chain.
A large storm porch shelters the main entrance door which opens into the reception hall, here stairs ascend to the first floor and glazed doors open to the sitting room and kitchen. The sitting room is an excellent size featuring an attractive multi-fuel stove set on a solid stone hearth with oak surround and mantle, a door at one end takes you into a wonderful conservatory, an ideal entertaining space having plenty of sitting and dining space and delightful outlook over the garden. An arch leads into the kitchen, which is also entered from the reception hall, a great dual aspect space that opens up into a large dining/family area. The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of base, wall and drawer units with wood effect worktop surfaces and a sink unit. There is a built-in double oven, induction hob and space for a dishwasher and tall fridge/freezer. Proceed into the annexe which also has its own entrance door accessed from the front elevation, from the hall you enter a bedroom/living room enjoying a dual aspect, shower room with large walk-in shower enclosure, wash basin and WC and finally the utility/kitchen area comprising Belfast sink, space for appliances, large storage cupboard and door into the rear garden.
On the first floor there are four double bedrooms all accessed from a very spacious landing and serviced by a family bathroom comprising panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. The bedrooms across the rear elevation provide lovely outlooks over the rear garden and also have the advantage of built in wardrobes/cupboards.
Families and keen gardeners alike will be impressed by the outside space. A five-bar gate opens onto a gravel driveway that provides ample parking to the front and side of the property, leading up to a garage/workshop. The front garden is laid to lawn with established borders and a wonderful variety of mature trees, gates either side give access to the rear garden. To one of side of the property there is an ideal potting/storage/log store area, or private garden for the annexe. A large stone terrace extends from the rear elevation and the conservatory. The garden has been attractively landscaped with a variety of mature trees, shaped flowering shrub borders, a pond and expansive lawns. Separated by a laurel hedge, there are defined areas of garden ideal for families or those wishing to be self-sufficient with plenty of space for a vegetable/kitchen garden. The garage is a great space for either cars (parked tandem), workshop and offers further potential for a wonderful home office/studio overlooking the garden.
Compton Dundon, a favoured village situated south of Street and nestled in picturesque countryside beside the Polden Hills. The property is well placed to enjoy the many attractive features Somerset has to offer. Perfect for keen walkers the popular The Polden Way is on its doorstep offering stunning landscapes and wildlife. An active village including a pub, the Castlebrook Inn, a village hall and Church. The thriving town of Street provides an excellent range of shopping facilities, prestigious Millfield School, as well as Crispin secondary school, Strode Sixth Form College, indoor and open air swimming pools, a theatre and choice of pubs and restaurants. The country town of Somerton is nearby, a popular market town with plenty of facilities. The neighbouring county of Dorset is similarly attractive and offers a beautiful coastline, with Lyme Regis being with 35 miles. Street (Millfield School) 2 miles, Somerton 3.5 miles, Taunton (County Town) 21 miles, Bristol 35 miles, Bath 32 miles, Castle Cary Railway Station (London Paddington) 13 miles, A303 Podimore Junction 7 miles.
Proceeding from the town of Street follow the B3151 towards Somerton. After approximately 2.5 miles you will arrive at Compton Dundon, pass the garage on the right hand side, Hazelbrook is the second house on the right hand side.