Postcode: BA10 0HT
Sale Type: Sold
Just a five-minute walk from the heart of the historical town of Bruton is a little gem of a property. Number 4 Eastfield is a three bedroom town house which has recently been renovated and decorated in a fresh, neutral style. The front garden basks in all day sunlight and is perfectly positioned to sit and watch the world go by. A pretty, light, reception room, large enough to entertain, leads into a newly fitted and tastefully decorated kitchen with space for a dining table. Upstairs three bedrooms and a good sized bathroom have far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.
The current owner has installed new windows, boiler and ceilings creating the perfect home to enjoy without requiring any further updating. How wonderful and idyllic to become part of this friendly and thriving community and to be able to stroll down to the high street, pick up your fresh bread, your newspaper, local produce without needing to get in the car.
The pretty south facing garden leads from the kitchen and is the perfect spot to enjoy breakfast in the morning sunshine.
For a cultural fix a ten minute walk to a globally famous Art Gallery to view fabulous artwork from some of the most revered artists in the world.
The town has several well-known restaurants, pubs and bars including "At the Chapel" and "The Roth Bar" at the Hauser and Wirth Art 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 including King's School Bruton, Bruton School for Girls and also the excellent state owned boarding/day school, Sexey's Bruton. Bruton has its own primary school and in close proximity are Millfield, Hazelgrove and All Hallows.
Further shopping and recreational actives can be found in Frome, a 20 minute drive, with wonderful artisan markets and a plethora of restaurants and boutiques. The larger Cities of Bath, Bristol, Wells and Yeovil are all within an hours drive. The A303 provides a direct route to London via the M3 and there is a mainline rail service from Bruton to Waterloo and Castle Cary direct to Paddington.
Mains water, Electricity, drainage and Gas filled central heating.
From the centre of Bruton, head west and take the A359 turning left up the hill at the junction with Brewham Road. 4 Eastfield is approximately 200m up this hill on the right hand side.
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- Walking distance to Bruton
- Recently renovated
- Pretty south facing courtyard and good sized front garden
- Plenty of parking
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