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St. Davids Place, Bruton Guide Price £255,000

  • Character property in fashionable town of Bruton
  • Quiet and secluded yet minutes from High Street
  • Light and bright with character features
  • Large garden area


St David’s Place is a pretty, characterful row of terraced cottages in the fashionable and bustling town of Bruton. This property is in a unique setting, totally private and secluded, within minutes from the high street itself. Accessed through an attractive archway the terrace is situated in a pedestrian only street providing a calm and peaceful environment in which to reside.

Number 4 is a charming property, light and bright and immaculately presented. The spacious sitting room has an attractive wood burner, engineered oak flooring, plenty of room for seating and leads into the fully equipped kitchen overlooking the front of the property.

Upstairs is a spacious landing leading to two double bedrooms, one with an original cast iron fireplace. A generous family bathroom includes a walk-in shower with high end fixtures and fittings and lime-stone tiling. The attic has been transformed and is currently used as occasional den/study. This could be converted in theory, with the correct planning consent, into a third bedroom.

Outside
The sizeable garden combines a paved terrace for dining, a gravelled area with raised beds for planting and an open lawn area, perfect for playing. A further storage space is located in a pretty building located close to the front of the properties.

Situation
The ancient small town of Bruton with its bustling high street home to a florist, a pharmacy, boutiques, the renowned restaurant, At the Chapel and the world-famous art gallery Hauser and Wirth. The pretty town of Castle Cary is a few miles to the west and also offers many independent shops, pubs, interiors retailers and a book-store. The newly opened country estate, The Newt in Somerset, has wonderful gardens and woodland walks - https://thenewtinsomerset.com.  Larger towns of Sherborne and Yeovil are conveniently situated with an approximate a 30-minute drive.
Easy access to the A303 links the north and south of the country.  Rail links from Bruton to Waterloo and Castle Cary to London Paddington travelling time less than two hours.

Schools
Bruton and Castle Cary both have excellent primary schools and secondary state schools including Ansford and the state boarding school Sexeys. Private schools include Hazelgrove Prep, All Hallows Prep, Kings Bruton, Bruton for Girls. Sherborne Boys and Girls and Millfield are all within easy access.

Directions
BA10 OEL

From the end of Bruton High Street take a left turn onto Coombe Street.  The archway leading to St David’s Place is further up the hill on your right-hand side.  

Services 
Mains gas, electricity, drainage

Council Tax
Band b

Local Authority
South Somerset District Council

Tenure
Freehold

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Please note that all areas, measurements and distances in these details are approximate and the text, photos and floor plans are for general guidance only. Prospective purchasers are advised to inspect the property themselves and Lodestone Property cannot guarantee any matters relating to planning permission. No fixtures, fittings or apparatus has been tested and any furniture or fixings not itemised in these particulars may be removed by the vendors.

Lodestone Property  Estate Agents  Sales & Lettings  Wells  Bruton Somerset


St. Davids Place
Bruton BA10 0EL
County: Somerset
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: LP000935
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