Completed in 2020, “Montrose” has been architect-designed and built to an exceptional standard, utilising local builders and craftsmen, with the further advantage of having the remainder of a 10-year building warranty. Occupying an exceptionally large plot of approximately a ¼ acre, with large lawned gardens and ample off-road parking, the nearly 3000 sqft property*, offers superb, spacious family accommodation.
Entrance hall, cloakroom, study/guest bed, sitting room and wonderful family room/kitchen opening onto the large gardens. There is also a good size utility room with access to the large double tandem garage/workshop. To the first floor there are four generous double bedrooms and a main bathroom. The master bedroom has a dressing room and large en-suite, two of the bedrooms also benefit from a shared en-suite, one of which also having a dressing room. The remaining bedrooms have large built-in wardrobes. Additionally, if required, the property offers the scope to create further accommodation in the large attic, which has been designed for future conversion including “room-in-roof” trusses, Velux-type roof windows and associated services.
* Gross internal area 2965sqft, including garage. 2475 sqft gross internal accommodation.
Somerton was the ancient Capital of Wessex in the 8th century and a former market town. It then became the county town of Somerset in the 13th/14th Centuries. The town offers a good level of amenities including: a wide range of independent shops, churches, medical and dental surgeries, a bank, library, a brand-new local primary school and highly rated secondary schools within the area. There is an excellent choice of pubs, cafes and restaurants, including the new 28 Market Place, and a varied programme of social events. The Old Town Hall now houses the ACEArts Gallery and craft shop which presents a varied, stimulating programme of exhibitions and related events throughout the year. A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in the nearby County town of Taunton to the west, or Yeovil to the south. Mainline railway stations are located in Castle Cary, Yeovil and Taunton and the town is also within easy reach of the A303 for access to London and the South West. The M5 can be joined at junction 25 (Taunton) or junction 23 (Bridgwater).
Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are all connected, CAT 5 computer network cabling has been installed. There is underfloor heating to the ground floor, radiators to the first floor and a full manifold pluming system installed. The property is rated council tax band F.
Part glazed entrance door leads to the entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor with under stairs area.
15' 5'' x 10' 7'' (4.70m x 3.23m)
With window to the front. Network point.
With low level WC and wash hand basin.
18' 10'' x 15' 2'' (5.73m x 4.62m)
With window to the front and glazed double doors leading to the kitchen/family room. Wall TV ariel, and network point.
Kitchen Diner/Family Room
25' 7'' x 17' 11'' (7.80m x 5.45m)
This impressive room offers perfect family living space with 3.6 m wide bi-folding doors opening to the rear garden. The kitchen area is fully fitted with a range of gloss white base and full height kitchen units with granite worktops. Built in appliances include an integrated NEFF coffee machine, two Zanussi electric ovens, dishwasher and fridge freezer. A large central island unit and breakfast bar incorporates a four-ring induction hob and stainless-steel extractor hood. There is plenty of space for dining and lounging with wall TV ariel, and network point.
11' 10'' x 8' 5'' (3.60m x 2.57m)
With window and door to the rear. Range of base units with stainless steel sink, space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Door to the garage.
This large gallery style landing has a window to the front and built-in double size airing cupboard. Access to the loft space with pull down folding stair ladder.
15' 10'' x 13' 7'' (4.82m x 4.13m)
With window to the rear and radiator. Wall TV ariel and network point.
7' 2'' x 6' 3'' (2.19m x 1.90m)
With a range of built in wardrobes.
En-Suite Shower Room
9' 1'' x 7' 2'' (2.78m x 2.19m)
With window to the rear, low level WC and twin bowl sink unit with vanity cupboards under. Large shower cubicle with thermostatic twin rain head mains showers and hand shower. Ladder towel rail.
15' 1'' x 12' 6'' (4.60m x 3.81m)
With window to the front, radiator and two built in double wardrobes. TV ariel and network point
13' 11'' x 13' 6'' (4.24m x 4.12m)
With window to the front, radiator and two built in double wardrobes. Access to the 'Jack and Jill' shared en-suite shower room. TV ariel and network point
15' 8'' x 12' 2'' (4.77m x 3.70m)
With window to the rear, radiator and walk in dressing room/wardrobe and access to the 'Jack and Jill' shared en-suite shower room. TV ariel and network point
En-suite Shower Room
The 'Jack and Jill' shared en-suite is shared between bedrooms three and four. With low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and large shower cubicle with mains thermostatic rain head shower and hand shower. Ladder towel rail.
8' 4'' x 7' 7'' (2.55m x 2.32m)
With window to the rear, large shower cubicle with mains thermostatic rain head shower and hand shower, low level WC, twin bowl sink unit with vanity cupboard beneath. Panelled bath with central control. Ladder towel rail.
49' 3'' x 13' 1'' (15m x 4m)
The attic has been prepared for conversion with open truss roof and four large Velux-type roof windows. The ceiling joists over the first-floor landing are designed to accept a staircase and network cabling, electricity and plumbing are all available.
Outside The property is approached from a vehicular entrance with brick herring bone driveway and additional gravelled parking area. Access to either side of the house leads to the rear garden.
Double Tandem Garage
31' 9'' x 12' 11'' (9.68m x 3.94m)
With up and over garage door. Power and light connected. Window and door to the rear garden. Wall mounted gas boiler.
The large rear garden is fully enclosed by panelled fencing mainly laid to lawn with patio area.