- Light and spacious accommodation over three floors
- Five bedrooms and two bathrooms
- Good sized gardens to front and rear
- Garaging and plenty of off street parking
- Modern fitted kitchen at bathrooms
- Active village with good pub
Hazeldene is well set back from the road in the middle of the village. For a property in the centre of a village, it has an unusually large garden at the front and ample parking area. On the ground floor, there is a hall leading to the sitting room, dining room and open plan kitchen and breakfast room. Double doors can be opened between the reception rooms to create one bigger room, ideal for entertaining. The sitting room also features double French doors leading to the garden. The kitchen is fully fitted with granite worktops, a Rangemaster Toledo 5 ring burner and electric plate as well as all the usual facilities. There is also a cloakroom and a glazed boot room. At the rear of the hall is a utility room with the gas boiler, worktop and space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer.
On the first floor, there are three good sized bedrooms, (one with en-suite bathroom) and a further family bathroom. The bathrooms feature modern taps and shower units, and one has the additional luxury of a Jacuzzi bath. Upstairs, from a good-sized landing, are two further bedrooms with another separate cloakroom. One of these rooms was previously a bathroom, so plumbing is still available should someone want to reinstate it.
Outside, the house (and the garage) is approached through an attractive driveway laid to gravel. At the rear, is a paved terrace leading to a mature and well-maintained garden, approximately a quarter of an acre in size and mainly laid to lawn. Beyond the lawn is a chicken house and run, a greenhouse, and a garden shed with power – there is also a tree house!
Please note that the rear of the kitchen in Hazeldean is attached to the utility room of the neighbouring property.
Bruton 3 miles, Castle Cary 3 miles, Gillingham 15 miles, Bath 23 Miles, Bristol 26 Miles
Hazeldean is in the picturesque village of Ditcheat, in the heart of Somerset and on the edge of the Mendip Hills. Famous for Paul Nichol’s racing stables, the village is home to the 12th century St Mary Magdalene Church and the 17th Century ‘Manor House Inn’. The village also has a well-regarded village school and near by farm shops.
Ditcheat is located near Bruton which has been featured recently in The Times (along with editorials in Vogue and Country Life) as the most fashionable place in Britain. It is a vibrant Somerset town offering a wide range of restaurants including the award winning ‘At the Chapel’ and the world-famous art gallery, Hauser & Wirth with a bar/restaurant and a fantastic garden created by a world-renowned garden designer.
Castle Cary is a pretty market town with a bustling High Street which has a good range of independent retailers. It has a mainline station to Paddington (1 hr 50 mins) and Gillingham offers direct services to London Waterloo (2 hrs). Communications by road are excellent with the a A303 providing a link to the M3, M25 and London or the West Country
There are a wide range of highly regarded schools in the local area including King’s School Bruton, Hazelgrove, Sherborne, All Hallows Preparatory School, Wells Cathedral School, St Mary’s Shaftesbury, Downside and Millfield. Excellent local state schools include Sexeys and Ansford Community School.
From Castle Cary, take the A371 towards Shepton Mallet, turning left just past Moff Motors signposted Alhampton and Ditcheat. Continue through the village of Alhampton until reaching Ditcheat. Turn left at the Junction, and take the first left before the Manor Inn Pub. Hazeldene driveway is the first on the right.
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