Town/City: Shepton Mallet
Postcode: BA4 5TT
Sale Type: Sold
Property SummaryThis is a great opportunity to live in a listed period property in the middle of an historic market town. 17 Great Ostry is one of seven houses that was built in circa 1650 in this style originally two dwellings that were later amalgamated. With nicely detailed stone mullion windows, inglenook fireplace with wood burner, exposed beams, wooden flooring and a pretty courtyard garden - this really is a fabulous property.
This pretty house is approached across the gated gravelled driveway which leads to the private courtyard garden and the garage/outbuilding that could be converted for other use such as an office or workshop (planning permission granted).
From the entrance hall on one side there is a large kitchen breakfast room with recently fitted painted units, with exposed beams and stone work as well as a fabulous walk in pantry. On the other side of the hall is a generous sized sitting room with pretty alcove cupboards and a large inglenook fireplace fitted with a cosy wood burner. From here you lead on through to a tiled shower room with loo, a useful utility room and on again to what could be a study/fourth bedroom with separate loo. This room can be accessed from the courtyard so could be a used as a work office or downstairs bedroom.
On the first floor there are two large double bedrooms with useful cupboards and a pretty fireplace both overlooking the gravelled driveway. A further third bedroom with painted floors located on the top floor with great cupboards and feeling of space and light as well as a bathroom.
This lovely home is tucked away down a lane right in the centre of the understated but constantly evolving and up and coming town of Shepton Mallet. Kilver Court is the prestigious designer outlet owned by the founder of Mulberry and only a ten minute walk away. Shepton Mallet town centre is within very easy reach and with new retail stores constantly emerging there is everything from Laura Ashley and Boots at the top of the town to the comprehensive retail park housing a large Tesco.
The ancient Cathedral city of Wells is only 6 miles away and offers all the usual amenities of a thriving market town; twice-weekly markets, plenty of coffee shops and restaurants, local supermarkets include Waitrose, Morrisons and Tesco. Wells has a thriving cultural scene with the concerts from the Cathedral School to regular art gallery events and the very well attended Wells Literature Festival and Food Festival.
The fashionable town of Bruton is a 15 minute drive and is home to the popular restaurant "At the Chapel" and the world famous Hauser & Wirth Art Gallery.
Bristol and Bath and Frome are all within approximately 45 mins drive and a mainline station with trains to London Paddington, is situated 8 miles miles away at Castle Cary, with further mainline stations at Yeovil, Bristol and Bath. Bristol International Airport, which offers long-haul flights, is 16 miles away.
Shepton Mallet is perfectly situated for both private and state schools: Whitstone, Wells Blue, Wells Cathedral, Downside, All Hallows Prep School, Millfield Senior & Prep Schools and Bruton Schools are all within easy distance.
Mains Gas / drainage.
Directions - BA4 5TT
In the centre of Shepton Mallet, at the roundabout with the A371 and A361, take the exit onto Rectory Rd/B3136 and then turn right onto Great Ostry. Number 17 can be found at the far end on the left hand side.
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- No Onward Chain
- Period property with character features
- Gated off street parking
- Large farmhouse kitchen with walk in pantry
- Three/four large double bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Sitting room with inglenook fireplace
- Garage/outbuilding with potential to convert (planning permission granted)
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