Elegant apartment situated in the wonderful grade II listed lattiford house
Large communal reception hall
Characterful drawing room
Master bedroom with en-suite and dressing room
Set in 9 acres of communal gardens, grounds and paddocks
Substantial garage and parking space
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The property is accessed via the main door into a large reception area with a wide stairway leading to the second floor. The front door enters into the hallway with plenty of space for freestanding furniture. The drawing room is a wonderful room with windows that look towards Cadbury Castle and the Corton Ridge. The kitchen/diner is undoubtedly the social hub of the property with its ease of use between two areas. The kitchen is fitted with a range of quality units with integrated appliances and granite working surfaces whilst the dining area has plenty of space for a large table. There are two large bedrooms with the master being a particular feature enjoying a dressing room and impressive en-suite bathroom. The communal grounds extend to approximately 9 acres and are available for all residences to enjoy.
Holton is a small south Somerset village situated approximately 2 miles from Wincanton. There is the benefit of excellent road and railway communications, namely the nearby A303 and railway stations at both Templecombe (Waterloo line) and Castle Cary (Paddington line). Nearby Wincanton is a typical Somerset town close to many delightful villages and places of interest such as the abbey town of Sherborne, the cathedral city of Salisbury and the ancient hilltop town of Shaftesbury. The larger town of Yeovil is approximately 15 miles distant. Accommodation
From the large communal reception hall a stairway leads to the second floor (top) and front door to:
Entrance hall: A spacious hallway with space for furniture, three radiators, entry phone, airing cupboard housing hot water tank with shelving for linen, smooth plastered ceiling with downlighters and deep storage cupboard.
Drawing room: 26’8” x 14’4” (narrowing to 11’7”) A characterful room with two sash windows enjoying an outlook towards Cadbury Castle and Corton Ridge. Feature fireplace, three radiators and smooth plastered ceiling.
Kitchen/dining room: 23’8” x 14’3” This is a particular feature of the apartment serving as the social hub of the property with its ease of use between two areas. Stainless steel sink unit set into a granite working surface with cupboard below, further range of matching base and drawer units with granite working surface over, integrated oven, dishwasher, microwave oven, fridge/freezer and washing machine, cupboard housing gas (propane) boiler, sash window and opening to Dining Area with feature fireplace, fitted shelving, two radiators, smooth plastered ceiling with downlighters and sash window.
Bedroom 1: 21’ x 14’3” (narrowing to 11’8”) An impressive master bedroom with dressing room and large en-suite bathroom. Feature fireplace, two radiators, smooth plastered ceiling with downlighters, sash windows and door to:
Dressing room: 14’2” x 7’2” Smooth plastered ceiling with downlighters, sash window with far reaching views and door to:
En-suite bath/shower room: Freestanding roll top bath, shower cubicle, low level WC, table top wash hand basin, smooth plastered ceiling with downlighters, sash window, heated towel rail and radiator.
Bedroom 2: 14’9” x 13’2” A delightful light and airy room with dual aspect sash windows and range of fitted wardrobes.
Bathroom: Panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, low level WC, table top wash hand basin, radiator, velux window and smooth plastered ceiling with downlighters.
Lattiford House is set in the heart of the Lattiford Estate which comprises approximately 9 acres of communal gardens, grounds and paddocks. These are managed and maintained by the committee and are available for all the residents to enjoy. There is a pond, flower beds filled with a beautiful array of shrubs and flowers, sweeping lawns with large mature trees and a tennis court. Some of the residents by agreement tend part of the gardens for their own pleasure. To the rear there is a designated parking space for one car and a substantial garage with light, power and storage in the roof space.
ServicesMains water, electricity, private drainage, gas (propane) central heating and telephone all subject to the usual utility regulations.
Council tax band: F
tenure: Leasehold - 999 years from March 2008 (1/8 share of the Freehold)
maintenance: £2000 per annum (approximately) - This includes maintenance of the grounds and building insurance, external window cleaning three times a year and internal cleaning of the communal area once a month.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through the agents.
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