- Attractive period property that is not listed
- Well proportioned rooms
- Very attractive garden
- Double garage and off road parking
- 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Large sitting room and good size light filled dining room
- Kitchen that has an additional sun room
- Overlooking an orchard at the back
- Centre of the village
- Approx 5 mins drive to Castle Cary station
A deceptively spacious house in the very popular village of Ditcheat. Side on to the lane this period house is far bigger than can be imagined from looking from the roadside.
Dating back to the 1800s this is the first time this house has been on the market in 26 years. This happy home offers good accommodation with high ceilings and well proportioned rooms. On entering, first impressions are very good with a spacious hallway with Terrazzo floor tiles and a very elegant staircase. The west facing sitting room is a very good size, with unusually high ceilings, a big window and an attractive fireplace.
The kitchen is well positioned and adjoins a light filled sun room with two doors out to the very pretty, well designed garden. Either side of the kitchen are a big utility /boot room and a light and airy dining room with french doors to the garden.
Upstairs are four bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room and there is a family bathroom.
The garden is a particular feature of the house. It overlooks a beautiful orchard and has been designed with easy maintenance in mind. There are a good variety of trees, established vine, mature shrubs, a Wisteria arch, a good area of lawn, a pond, greenhouse and a new shed.
There is off road parking for several cars and a large double garage with power and light and two windows.
Castle Cary 3 miles, Bruton 3 miles, Gillingham 15 miles, Bath 23 Miles, Bristol 26 Miles
The Old Factory is in the picturesque village of Ditcheat set in the heart of the Mendip Hills. This popular village is home to the 17th Century Manor House Inn. The village also has a shop, church and village school.
For further amenities, nearby Castle Cary is a pretty market town with a bustling High Street which as well as a variety of independent shops, has a post office, library, dentist and doctors surgery and a variety of cafes, restaurants and pubs and a weekly market.
Ditcheat is also located near Bruton which has been featured recently in The Times as the most fashionable place in Britain along with editorials in Vogue and Country Life. It is a vibrant Somerset town which offers a wide range of restaurants including the award winning ‘At the Chapel’. Bruton is also home to the highly regarded art gallery Hauser & Wirth with a bar/restaurant and a fantastic garden created by a world-renowned garden designer, which hosts various cultural events throughout the year.
For commuting, Castle Cary has a mainline station to Paddington (1 hr 50 mins), plus Templecombe (12.5 miles) offers direct services to London Waterloo (2 hrs). Communications by road are excellent with A303 providing a link to the M3, M25 and London or the West Country.
There are a wide range of highly regarded independent 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 Ditcheat village primary school, Sexeys In Bruton and Ansford Community School at Castle Cary.
Strictly by appointment only.
Mains water (metered) , electricity, drainage and gas.
Council tax band E
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