Address: Honeysuckle Cottage - South Cheriton
Postcode: BA8 0BH
Sale Type: Under Offer
Postcode: BA8 0BH
Sale Type: Under Offer
Property SummaryA particularly attractive character cottage located in the heart of this popular village with light and spacious accommodation which is presented to a high standard throughout.
Honeysuckle Cottage is a stone period cottage which has a wealth of features including terracotta tiled floors in the hall and kitchen, exposed floorboards in the dining and sitting room and two inglenook fireplaces.
An entrance hall with cupboards for coats and wellington boots leads into the comfortable kitchen/breakfast room which is the focal room of the cottage and has that essential of rural life, the oil fired Aga. Both the sitting room and the dining room have wood burners and are ideal rooms for relaxing after a walk along the surrounding village lanes and public footpaths. The sitting room has doors opening on to a south facing paved terrace which provides a tranquil place to sit or retire to the paved terrace at the top of the garden for evening sun.
On the first floor are four bedrooms as well as a separate shower room and family bathroom bath with contemporary suites including a roll top bath and double shower.
Parking space with useful adjacent workshop
The gardens are located to the rear of the cottage and include 2 paved terraces and lawn with well stocked shrub beds and borders.
South Cheriton is a charming south Somerset village situated on the edge of the renowned Blackmore Vale countryside easily accessed via the A303 at Wincanton. There are many attractive period houses and cottages lining the main village road along with the White Horse public house, Half Moon Public House, village hall and high ranking Horsington Primary School all within walking distance.
Other notable villages nearby include Horsington, Cucklington, Buckhorn Weston and Templecombe all of which have a variety of amenities including post office, public houses, primary schools and a train station. Stalbridge is also close by which has the popular family run Dike and Son supermarket.
The village is located close to the Somerset and Dorset border offering easy access to historic and tourist locations such as Sherborne, Bruton and Castle Cary. The nearby town of Wincanton, home of the famous race course, has a range of shops and restaurants as well as a Morrisons, Lidl and Co-op food stores. The Newt in Somerset has now opened offering gardens, museum and luxury hotel and spa just outside Wincanton towards Bruton and Castle Cary and the Hauser & Wirth gallery and Roth Bar & Grill are only a 10 minute drive away at Bruton.
Communications include a mainline railway station at Templecombe and nearby Gillingham with a regular and efficient service to London Waterloo (2 hours 15 mins) alternatively Castle Cary has a railway station with a regular 1 hour 50 minute service to London Paddington. The A303 can be joined at Wincanton and provides access to London and the West Country.
There is a plethora of excellent and well known independent schools a short drive away including Hazelgrove Prep, Sherborne School (boys and girls), Leweston, Kings School Bruton and Bruton School for Girls. High ranking state schools including Gillingham School, Sexey’s (state boarding school) and The Gryphon at Sherborne are all accessible via school bus or car.King Arthur School is located at Wincanton.
Directions (Postcode: BA8 0BH)
From the A303: turn off at the Wincanton Junction and following the A357 towards Templecombe. Turn left into the village opposite the White Horse Pub. Honeysuckle Cottage can be found halfway down the main village road (Cheriton Street) on the right hand side.
From Templecombe follow the A357 to South Cheriton in a northerly direction. Turn right at the White Horse Pub into Cheriton Street and the cottage will be found after approx 200 yards on your right hand side.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Oil fired central heating.
Council Tax Band D
South Somerset District Council
Viewing by appointment only
In accordance with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 the information provided by Lodestone in these property details are to the best of their knowledge and are as accurate as possible.
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.
- Period Cottage in South Cheriton
- Character Features
- Kitchen/ Breakfast Room with Aga
- Sitting Room with wood burner
- Dining Room with wood burner
- Oil fired central heating
- Sealed unit double glazing
- Off road parking space
- Gardens with terrace
- Useful store
Guide Price £475,000enquire now
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