A beautifully presented stone built detached bungalow with three bedrooms, two with en-suites and spacious living accommodation throughout. The bungalow also has a delightful rear garden which has been beautifully landscaped and maintained, backing onto open fields.
Accommodation French doors open into a lovely light entrance hall with further French doors leading through to the garden. There are two storage cupboards, a linen cupboard and a cloakroom comprising WC and wash hand basin.
Further along are access to two of the bedrooms and a bathroom.
Double doors lead through to the sitting room which is a lovely spacious room with French doors opening out to the garden, built in shelving and a feature fireplace in the centre. The sitting room is partly open plan with the dining room which in turn leads to the kitchen.
The kitchen is fitted with wall, base and drawer units and solid wooden work tops over. There is a two bowl stainless steel sink unit and on the other side a single bowl stainless steel sink unit, integral gas hob with extractor hood over and eye level double oven. The kitchen also provides space and connections for a dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
From the kitchen is a hall with a useful storage cupboard and access to another bedroom, WC, study and utility.
The utility room houses the oil central heating boiler and pressurised hot water tank as well as space and connections for a washing machine. The study benefits from separate access via a stable door, fitted shelving and a fitted desk.
The bedrooms to the rear of the property both have fitted wardrobes and the master also has an en-suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and shower. There is also a bathroom comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath with a shower over.
The bedroom to the front has a built in wardrobe, wash hand basin inset a vanity unit and an en-suite with a shower.
Outside The property wraps around a courtyard which provides off road parking for several vehicles and access into the garage which has an electric roller door and light and power connected.
The rear garden has been beautifully landscaped with a patio area at the bottom providing ample space for seating and a stone built storage area which houses the oil tank, there is gated pedestrian access into the drive.
The patio is separated from a neat area of lawn by a low stone wall with steps leading up. There is a feature pond and well-stocked flower beds.
A further set of steps lead up to a ‘hidden’ garden which is stocked with a variety of beautiful flowers, shrubs, trees and raised vegetable beds. A gravel path leads around to a second set of steps providing an alternative route back to the lawned area. The garden has a very peaceful and secluded feel, is barely overlooked and backs onto open fields.
The centre of Holton is a designated conservation area, featuring the 14th century Church of St. Nicholas, a Grade ll* listed building, and the 16th century coaching inn, The Old Inn country pub and restaurant. The Old Rectory is located close to the church in the conservation area but is not listed. There is a choice from five primary schools within a three mile radius, with the nearest in the small village of Horsington, all feeding to the highly regarded secondary school (The Gryphon School) in Sherborne. Nearby private schools include the various schools in Sherborne and Bruton, Port Regis, Leweston and Hazlegrove. There are very good local facilities in the town of Wincanton, with Sherborne and Castle Cary both providing alternative range of local shopping and business amenities. The regional centre of Yeovil is about 14 miles away and provides a wider comprehensive range of facilities. There are mainline stations at nearby Templecombe with a regular service to London Waterloo taking 2¼ hours and from Castle Cary to London Paddington taking 1½ hours on the fast service.
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