Watts Quarry Lane, Somerton £695,000
- Spacious semi-detached conversion
- Large kitchen/living room
- Three bedrooms and two bathrooms
- Utility Room
- Large gardens
- Parking and triple car port
- Countryside views
Falklands Court is a unique and exclusive development of just 9 individual homes situated in a rural, elevated setting on the outskirts of the town. Developed around the old Somerton Marconi radio station, this beautiful, private courtyard of properties includes 6 conversions and 3 brand new builds.
Falklands Court is a unique and exclusive development of just 9 individual homes situated in a rural, elevated setting on the outskirts of the town. Developed around the old Somerton Marconi radio station, this beautiful, private courtyard of properties includes 6 conversions and 3 brand new builds. These stunning homes have been completed to an exceptionally high standard with high quality fixtures and fittings and incredible attention to detail throughout. The development and design has been sympathetic to the original Marconi buildings and take advantage of this lovely setting with all the properties having open countryside views. Each property has a generous garden along with parking and car ports. Please note that the photo's shown are taken from other plots on the same development.
Plot 2 is a conversion from the original radio station building and retaining some lovely original features. The property offers extremely spacious and versatile accommodation including a beautiful open plan kitchen/living area with vaulted ceiling and bi-folding doors to the gardens. Outside plot 2 has a large garden and views across neighbouring countryside.
Services and Managment
Mains water and electricity are connected. Underfloor heating to the ground floor rooms from an efficient air source heat pump. Drainage to all properties is to a communal treatment plant. Each property will be a member of the sites management company where a monthly charge of £50 will be taken, this will cover all communal areas and car charger, site insurance and the private treatment plant.
Somerton was the ancient Capital of Wessex in the 8th century and a former market town. It then later became the County town of Somerset in the 13th/14th Century. There are good levels of amenities including some local, independent shops which you might like to explore throughout the town with quaint cafes where you can spend a day relaxing and enjoying lovely food within the beautiful old charm of a Market town. Somerton also offers a bank, library, doctor and dentist surgery; there are also several public houses, restaurants, churches and primary schools within the town. The Old Town Hall now houses the ACEArts Gallery and craft shop who present a varied, stimulating programme of exhibitions and related events throughout the year. A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in the County town of Taunton to the west or Yeovil to the south. The mainline railway stations are located in Castle Cary, 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 23.
23' 0'' x 15' 7'' (7.0m x 4.75m)
22' 8'' x 11' 5'' (6.9m x 3.47m)
8' 10'' x 8' 2'' (2.7m x 2.5m)
8' 10'' x 10' 0'' (2.7m x 3.06m)
9' 2'' x 10' 1'' (2.782m x 3.062m)
13' 0'' x 12' 1'' (3.95m x 3.68m)
6' 6'' x 10' 6'' (1.97m x 3.2m)
9' 1'' x 17' 0'' (2.78m x 5.17m)
Plot 2 has vehicular access to the detached triple car port with car charging point and pedestrian path leading to the rear garden. To the immediate rear of the house is a large patio are overlooking large lawned garden. The garden is enclosed by a post and rail fence with open fields and farmland beyond.
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Somerton TA11 7JD