- Period house in Central Bruton
- 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms
- Open plan sitting room/dining area
- Very useful cellar with radiator
- Pretty west facing garden
- Off road parking
- Grade II listed
Substantial period terraced house in central Bruton. A happy home for an elderly lady for twenty years, now a home that most people would probably want to update and in fact with a clever architect, this could be a stunning property in a very popular location. Particular features of this property are the pretty garden, off road parking and a garage.
Hadrian House is a solid stone built property that used to be the Bruton bakery. The house is a quirky shape with big open plan ground floor consisting of hallway, sitting room with open fire and steps up to dining area with feature window. The kitchen faces on to the west facing garden and links to a conservatory and downstairs WC. There is a very useful cellar that is easily accessed via a proper staircase, has a radiator and is currently set up as an office and storage area. The spiral staircase leads up to the first floor where there is a bathroom, and two bedrooms- one is small so possibly a study. Stairs continue up again to the second floor which has a large attic bedroom with an ensuite bathroom.
The pretty garden is accessed via the conservatory and there is a gate out to the off road parking area and garage. This would be the obvious way to enter the property when arriving by car.
Bruton is a fashionable and popular town in the heart of the Somerset countryside. The town has several well-known restaurants, pubs and bars including “At the Chapel” and “The Roth Bar” at the world-renowned Hauser & Wirth Gallery. The town also has a doctors surgery, pharmacy, vet, post office, several mini supermarkets, fuel station and numerous independent shops.
There are excellent local independent schools include King’s School Bruton, Bruton School for Girls and also the state owned boarding school - Sexey's. Bruton has it's own primary school and in close proximity are Millfield, Hazelgrove and All Hallows prep schools.
For further shopping and recreational activities, Bath, Bristol, Wells and Yeovil are all within an hour’s drive. The A303 provides a direct route to London via the M3 and there is a mainline rail service from Bruton to London Paddington (approx. 2 hours) and also the new train to Waterloo. Airports in Bristol and Exeter offer connections within the UK, Europe and beyond.
Mains water, Electricity, drainage and Gas fired central heating
South Somerset District Council telephone 01935462462
Approaching from the western side of Bruton on the one-way system on the A359, enter the high street , continue to the top and you will reach a curved T-junction. At this point turn right and Hadrian House is immediately on the left.
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