Address: 63 - High Street
Postcode: BA10 0AL
Sale Type: Sold
Postcode: BA10 0AL
Sale Type: Sold
Number 63 High Street is a delightfully charming property in the heart of this historical, bustling and vibrant town. Behind the ancient front door lies a pretty home with original exposed beams and quirky features. Originally two properties, this town house dates back over 400 years and formerly served as an Almshouse. The kitchen/diner overlooks the terraced garden and the original gothic windows overlook the front of the property. The sitting room has an open fire, the wood burner is not included in the sale and steps up to an office/studio space with French doors leading to the garden. Upstairs are two double bedrooms, one with a separate family bathroom and the other with a walk-in shower room. Gas fired central heating via radiators.
The walled garden is a complete haven of tranquillity and terraced on three separate levels with a combination of lawn and paving. The Kitchen doors lead onto a courtyard space perfectly positioned to enjoy the morning sun and leads up to the next level with a majestic bay tree offering shade. The third level offers space to relax and unwind. A stone outbuilding provides the perfect storage space. A little hatch leads out onto the lane where the property owns its own car parking space.
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.
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.
Number 63 is found on your left-hand side as you continue up the high street on the one-way system.
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Lodestone Property Estate Agents Sales & Lettings Wells Bruton Somerset
- Period property with original features
- In fashionable, bustling town of Bruton
- Positioned on the high street
- Excellent schools
- Pretty enclosed garden
- Parking space
Guide Price £365,000
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