- Very pretty cottage in desirable village
- Good kitchen with dining area and big glazed doors to garden
- Spacious hallway and landing , hence overall feeling of space
- Two good size reception rooms
- Downstairs bathroom plus ensuite shower room
- 3 good bedrooms
- Good size private garden to match the property
- Full of character and period features
- Off road parking
- Great pub and shop very close
Wisteria cottage is an exceptionally pretty cottage with a wealth of period features. Parts of the cottage date back to the 16th century and it has had several additions and refurbishments over the years including a modern kitchen, family bathroom and en-suite shower room, resulting in a very characterful cottage that is suitable for modern living.
The period features include flagstone floors, an impressive inglenook fireplace, a solid oak stable door into the garden, exposed stone walls, original windows with restored shutters, traditional spiral staircase, Victorian fireplace, and window seats.
The stylish open plan kitchen/dining room comprises a range of wall and base units with wooden tops, a Belfast sink and the worktop extends around to provide a useful breakfast bar area and works to separate the kitchen from the dining area which has exposed stone walls and bi-folding doors into the garden.
On the first floor there are three good size double bedrooms and a spacious landing. The master bedroom has an en-suite with shower, loo, sink and wooden flooring. The family bathroom is situated on the ground floor and includes a full length bath, double shower and is completely tiled.
The house is side-on to the road and has an off road parking area which leads towards the property with the main area of the garden tucked away behind a hedge. It is mainly laid to lawn with borders surrounding and is enclosed by timber fencing and stone walls. The bifold doors in the kitchen lead to a very private terraced area.
Wisteria Cottage is situated in the centre of the village of Butleigh which is surrounded by rural countryside, farmland and wooded hills. This popular village has a thriving shop and post office, an excellent pub, primary school and nursery and a very active cricket club.
For shopping, “Clark’s village” in Street offers a wealth of retail opportunities with more shopping and local amenities to be found in nearby Glastonbury Somerton, Wells and Castle Cary. For further shopping and recreational activities, Bath, Bristol, Wells and Yeovil are all within about an hour’s drive.The A303 that runs south of Butleigh offers direct road links to London and the South west.
There are good rail transport links to London from Castle Cary railway station, (just about 20 mins drive), which offers an excellent direct rail service to London Paddington in less than two hours. Also, Airports in Bristol and Exeter offer connections within the UK, Europe and beyond
Local independent schools include Millfield (very close by) , Wells Cathedral School, All Hallows and Hazlegrove prep schools and the various Bruton schools. State schools include St. Dunstan’s, Wells Blue and nearby Strode College.
Make your way to Butleigh, to the High Street and standing with your back to the village shop look left and a few houses along you will see the Lodestone sign.
Viewing by appointment only.