A paved path flanked by traditionally styled railings leads from the drive to the entrance door which is sheltered by an attractive tiled porch. The hall widens to a reception area with a staircase with oak detailing and oak doors leading to the cloakroom, kitchen/dining room and lounge. The lounge features a Bath Stone fireplace with a wood burner and french doors opening onto a paved terrace and the good sized garden. The equally spacious kitchen/dining room has French doors onto the side garden and a window overlooking the close. The units are in fashionable Kensington Haze and include a built-in eye level double oven, hob with glass and stainless steel cooker hood over, integrated fridge freezer and integrated dishwasher. The good sized utility room is fitted with matching units and includes the oil fired boiler supplying the underfloor central heating throughout the ground floor and radiators on the first floor.
The spacious landing has oak doors leading to the bedrooms and bathroom and a large airing cupboard. There are four well proportioned bedrooms and both the master bedroom and bedroom two have ensuite shower rooms and built in wardrobes. All of the sanitary ware is white with contemporary wall tiling and chrome towel radiators.
Kingsdon is a favoured village located in South Somerset. The amenities include a community run shop, village hall, allotments, recreation field, cricket field and popular gastropub the Kingsdon Inn. The market town of Somerton is just 3 miles away offering excellent facilities to include a supermarket, shops, doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, post office, a choice of pubs, bistros and restaurants. Other nearby places include Street the home of Clarks Village and Millfield, the historic towns of Glastonbury, Sherborne and Yeovil providing shopping and business facilities. Local private schools include Millfield School in Street, Kings School Bruton, Bruton School for Girls, Sherborne Girls, Sherborne Boys, Hazlegrove Prep in Sparkford, Queens Taunton, Kings Taunton, Sexeys School in Bruton and Wells Cathedral School. Charlton Mackrell C of E Primary School and Huish Episcopi Academy just rated one of the Top 10 schools in Somerset are within the catchment for state schooling. Situated amidst glorious countryside yet is only five minutes drive of the A303 Podimore Junction enabling good access to the Home Counties and west to Devon and Cornwall. The Dorset coast is also easily accessible being within an hours drive.
From Street follow the B3151 for approximately 7 miles passing Somerton. Take the second left turn for Kingsdon at the bottom of the hill into Lodge Road. Bear right and the site entrance will be found on the right hand side.
From the A303: at the Podimore roundabout take the exit onto the A372 signposted Langport and Somerton. Take the second right onto the B3151. Take the next right into Lodge Road. Bear right and the site entrance will be found on the right hand side.