Address: The Pavilion, No. 3 - Pound Lane Yarlington
Postcode: BA9 8DG
Sale Type: To Rent
Postcode: BA9 8DG
Sale Type: To Rent
The Pavillion is a splendid, architecturally designed newly built home, situated in the very heart of the secluded village of Yarlington.
The detached single story home offers fantastic open plan living with one bedroom and two bathrooms. The interior and the furnishings have been finished to an exceptionally high standard.
This house will really appeal to anyone who loves contemporary living. The property will be furnished with all kitchen appliances and utensils. The bedroom which has a fabulous full-length, west facing floor to ceiling window has a lovely view of the patio, with a bubbling stream at the boundary. There is industrial rain chain feature also on the patio that goes into a soak away. The en-suite comes with a with a walk in "rain shower and large bath.
Two dedicated parking spaces are positioned immediately outside the house. For anyone with an electric car there is an electric charging point.
Yarlington is closest town is Castle Cary. The market town is bustling with many attractive and historic buildings including its 19th century Market house and the 18th century Roundhouse. The main street offers an assortment of individual shops, cafes, restaurants and delicatessens. Market day falls on a Tuesday where fish, organic vegetables and homemade breads are sold on the cobbles in front of the Market House. The Newt in Somerset has recently opened nearby. A recent article in the Telegraph quoted 'The Newt is one of the most exceptional country house hotels Britain has seen' . The gardens are open to the public and visitors are welcome to walk through amazing woodland gardens and to dine in the restaurants and cafes.
Large supermarkets are located in the towns of Wincanton and Shepton Mallet which are both a short drive away and the fashionable town of Bruton is also very close by. Bruton is a popular town in the heart of the Somerset countryside. It 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. For further shopping and recreational activities Frome, Bath, Bristol, Wells, Salisbury and Wells are all within easy driving distance.
Castle Cary has a primary school and Ansford secondary school There are excellent local independent schools nearby including King’s School Bruton, Bruton School for Girls and also the state owned boarding school - Sexey's and in close proximity are Millfield, Hazelgrove and All Hallows prep schools.
The A303 a few miles south provides a direct route to London via the M3 and there is a mainline rail service from Castle Cary to London Paddington (under 2 hours) and also the new train to Waterloo. Airports in Bristol and Exeter offer connections within the UK, Europe and beyond.
From Castle Cary head south on the A371 towards Wincanton. Continue for 2 miles until you see a right hand turning with a signpost for Yarlington. Continue on Shatwell Lane for a mile until you can see the Stags head straight ahead of you and Yarlington Church to the right. Take the right and go straight past the pub and The Pavilion will be on the same side the left.
Available now for a short-term rental.
Off street Parking.
Rent: £1800 pcm with all bills included.
Security Deposit protected with the DPS.
£1,800 pcmenquire now