This charming property can be found set back from the road behind another house and forms part of a row of 3 pretty terraced cottages. It is a short walk to the highly regarded Barrington Boar Public House and also the National Trust's Barrington Court.
Door to the front of the property leading to a nice long entrance hall and the kitchen beyond.
Window and double doors to the rear leading out to the garden, window to the side, a cottage kitchen with a range of wooden wall and base storage units, sink with drainer and mixer tap, space for a cooker, space for a fridge/freezer, space and plumbing for a washing machine, ample space for a table and chairs, 1 x night storage heater.
Leaded window to the front with window seat under, double doors to the rear garden, inglenook fireplace (not currently used), exposed beams, original wood panelling, TV point, stairs to the first floor landing, 1 x night storage heater.
Window to the front, built in wardrobes, further storage to the side of the chimney breast, painted tongue and groove panelling, 1 x night storage heater.
Previously partitioned and could be again, window to the rear, hatch to the loft space, exposed woodwork, 1 x night storage heater.
Window to the rear with views across the garden, bath, WC, basin with storage under, heated towel rail.
The garden is a particular feature of the property and has been lovingly created by the previous owner. Leading out from the kitchen is a paved patio looking over to the Church next door, a pathway then leads you up the garden with well stocked borders on either side. Beyond this is a further area of lawn and more flower beds that is a stones throw from the Church and offers the most beautiful and tranquil space to sit and enjoy. There is a timber shed which is included in the sale.
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Heating is via electric night storage heaters.
South Somerset District Council (Band C)
The property has a flying freehold (above the hall).