Postcode: BA4 6PD
Sale Type: Sold
Weston Town House is a stunning grade two listed property that can be found at the end of a yew tree flanked path in the popular village of Evercreech. The property is mostly Georgian and has a Victorian extension. Despite being in a village there is a wonderful feeling of privacy and calm in the South East facing garden at the front of the house.
The property is full of original features including tiles, parquet flooring, sash windows, cornicing, gargoyles and wooden beams.
The newly fitted, large bespoke kitchen is flooded with light from the original sash windows which reflects beautifully off the reclaimed mahogany floor. Every detail has been thought through in the design of this kitchen and it really is the heart of the house. It is fully equipped with a gas range cooker , Belfast sink, wine fridge, walnut top work surfaces and a reclaimed pine topped island.
Adjacent to the kitchen is a bright garden room/orangery.
The entrance hall leads directly to the dining room which, in turn, flows naturally though to the drawing room. The huge stone fireplace steals the show in the dining room and is currently fitted with a gas fire.
The large drawing room also hosts a gas fire along with stunning cornicing, ample storage space and original shutters overlooking the lawns.
There is plenty of storage in this family home including a massive dry store/pantry. The utility room is home to a Belfast sink and doubles up as a downstairs loo.
The gigantic master bedroom is the jewel in the crown! It has breathtaking views of the peaceful garden out of the massive sash windows. There are built in wardrobes and space for stand alone wardrobes. There is a newly fitted bathroom equipped with a single ended roll top bath, power shower and reclaimed mahogany floor adjacent to the master bedroom.
The three additional bedrooms are equally impressive, one of which has an arched ceiling giving a wonderful feeling of space. There is a shower room in need of development.
Behind the property there is space for parking. There is a good sized outbuilding which used to be a stable and is ripe for converting and is currently used as storage space. There is a pretty rose bush growing up the building and an established fig tree climbing up the other end.
The garden is laden with fruit trees and bushes including cherry, apple, pear, redcurrants, blackcurrants, blackberries, gooseberries. There is an ancient stone style which adds to the charm of this little piece of paradise.
Evercreech is home to two good pubs (The Bell and The Pickled Inn), a village hall which shows films, a shop, pharmacy, bakery, dog grooming parlour and an Art Gallery. It is only 4 miles to Glastonbury and there is a bus service to Castle Cary railway station which has a direct line to London Paddington. It is only a ten minute drive to the fashionable Bruton and Castle Cary.
The Evercreech Church of England VC Primary School for children aged 5-11 is a "good" school as rated by Ofsted. There is also the Acorn Pre School. Sexeys state run boarding school (which takes day pupils too) in Bruton and two very good independent schools namely Kings Bruton and Bruton School for girls are only ten minutes away. Two particularly good local prep schools are All Hallows and Hazlegrove. Other notable schools in the area are Wells Cathedral School, Downside, Millfield, Strode Sixth Form College, Sherborne Schools and the Bath schools are also within easy reach.
Gas Central heating (newly installed)
Viewing by appointment only
If you are coming from the Shepton Mallet direction, come off the B3081 onto Weymouth Road, drive past Beech Way and the property is on your left. If you are coming from the Castle Cary direction, come of the A371 onto Pecking Mill Road and the property is on your right before you get to Beech Way.
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- Grade two listed
- Character property with original features
- Four bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Close to fashionable Bruton
- Popular village
- Quiet garden
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