41 St. James Street is an impressive terraced period townhouse situated in the heart of South Petherton. The Freehold of the entire building is being sold and includes a ground floor business/retail premises (Post Office) and two commercial units in all totalling approximately 765sqft. The first and second floors are currently utilised as residential living space and provide versatile accommodation which could be easily be re-organised to suit individual needs. The property offers an excellent investment opportunity for someone looking to supplement their income however it could also be converted to full residential use if required.
Ground floor accommodation includes entrance hall, cloakroom, two commercial units, Post Office and shop front with its own entrance. To the first floor there is a utility room/WC, kitchen, sitting room, dining room and study. To the second floor there are five bedrooms and bathroom. Outside, the property offers a private courtyard garden with rear access and external WC.
South Petherton is a historic hamstone village which was granted a Market Charter by King John in 1213. Set in idyllic surrounding countryside, the village now welcomes the revived annual Folk Festival as well as other local events throughout the year offering a variety of music, arts and culture. The village is well served by a wide range of independent shops including butchers, bakery, green grocer, chemist, supermarket, delicatessen, hair dressers and Post Office. Further facilities include junior and infant schools, doctors and veterinary practices, churches, public house and the David Hall arts centre. A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in the County town of Taunton to the west or Yeovil to the East. The mainline railway stations are located in Crewkerne, Yeovil and Taunton. The property is also well served by the A303 linking central London and the South West; the M5 can be joined at junction 25.
Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are all connected. Gas fired central heating to radiators. Council tax band C. Rateable value £6,900.