Due to covid-19 and following the advice of the government physical viewings have been suspended. A member of our dedicated sales team who has personally seen the property would be happy to answer your questions. Please contact us during office hours.
Built in 1885 as a lodge house this property has been beautifully converted into a single storey three/four bedroom home with a detached garage and studio above. The property has delightful and well maintained wrap around gardens with a clear brook running down to a small waterfall and is situated in the lovely, peaceful village of Horsington which is full of history and surrounded by countryside.
Accommodation An undercover porch with Victorian tiled flooring leads to the front door which opens into a stunning living room with vaulted ceilings, conservation roof windows and French doors opening onto the patio. There is a feature chimney breast with a Jetmaster fire, a built in TV unit with shelving, double concertina doors lead through to the kitchen.
The kitchen breakfast room is equally as impressive with windows to three sides and French doors opening onto the garden. A contemporary roof lantern above the island allows in even more light creating a bright and beautiful room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of modern wall, base and drawer units with Corian work tops including a moulded sink and draining board, an induction hob fitted onto the island and further integral appliances such as a microwave, oven, dishwasher and fridge/freezer, all of which are Neff. A T.V. Is fitted above the microwave.
From the living room is access into a utility cupboard which has space and connections for a washing machine and tumble dryer, built in shelving and provides plenty of storage.
An inner lobby provides further bespoke built storage cupboards for small items and access to the study and bathroom.
The study is a versatile room which could also be used as a fourth bedroom and has a window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden.
The bathroom is a modern suite comprising WC, hand wash basin, a bath with a shower over, heated towel rail and ample built in storage.
The master bedroom is a stunning, light room with a window to the rear aspect and French doors opening out to the garden. Within the master bedroom are two lots of fitted wardrobes, a spacious walk in wardrobe and a door to the en suite.
The en suite is another modern suite comprising WC, wash hand basin, bath, a separate shower cubicle, a heated towel rail and further built in storage.
The two other double bedrooms are accessed from the sitting room, bedroom two has a small en suite with a shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin.
Outside The gardens wrap around the property and have been beautifully landscaped and maintained. There is a lawned area bordered with mature flowers and shrubs, within this area is a useful timber shed and the oil tank.
A pretty brook runs through the garden, a decked area has been set up around it, surrounded by a variety of shrubs, providing plenty of space for outside furniture and a magical place for outside dining and entertaining.
A small wooden bridge leads over the brook to the driveway and garage.
Garage On the ground floor is a single garage with an electric up and over door and light and power connections.
On the first floor external stairs lead to a fully insulated studio with two electric heaters, spotlights, conservation roof windows and French doors.
Horsington is a beautiful historic village meaning ‘the settlement of horse keepers’. The village is mostly made up of period stone properties and is in a conservation area. There is also a lovely pub (The Half Moon Inn) a 15th century church and a wildlife pond.
Horsington has good road links via the A303 (4 miles) and Templecombe Railway Station to London Waterloo (2.5 hours), about a mile away. The historic Abbey town of Sherborne is about 8 miles to the west.
There are many independent schools in the area including the Sherborne schools, Chilton Cantelo, Millfield, Bruton, Port Regis and Bryanston. There is a state school in nearby Wincanton as well as the primary school in Horsington itself.
From the property there is excellent walking, cycling and riding. There is National Hunt racing at Wincanton and Taunton, flat racing at Bath and Salisbury and hunting with the Blackmore and Sparkford Vale. Golf can be found at Wincanton, Sherborne, Yeovil and Wheathill.
Property descriptions and related information displayed on this page are marketing materials provided by Symonds & Sampson - Sherborne. Zoopla does not warrant or accept any responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the property descriptions or related information provided here and they do not constitute property particulars. Please contact Symonds & Sampson - Sherborne for full details and further information.
Guide Price: The “Guide Price” an indication of the seller’s minimum acceptable price at auction. The guide price can be shown in the form of a minimum and maximum price range, or as a single price figure. This is subject to change up to and including the day of the auction and will not necessarily be the final selling price at auction.
Reserve Price: The “Reserve Price” is the seller’s minimum acceptable price at auction and the figure below which the auctioneer cannot sell. This is normally set within the guide price range or within 10% of a single guide price. The reserve price is not disclosed and is subject to change up to and including the day of the auction.
Water consumption is based on average water usage for the predicted occupancy of the property based on the number of bedrooms.
Total annual consumption (in cubic meters) is then averaged into a monthly cost.
Note: If you have 2 separate suppliers for water and sewage, you may receive 2 separate bills.
The Council Tax cost displayed is based on the council tax band and on the basis of 2 adults living at the property. The monthly cost shown excludes any discounts and is rounded to the nearest pound.
Full information on Council Tax discount entitlements can be found on the Gov.UK's website.