Access is taken from the front of the property where an attractive central storm canopy and main entrance door open to a spacious reception hall. Internal doors lead off to the lounge and kitchen/family room as well as stairs ascending to the first floor. The lounge is both light and spacious having a dual aspect to the front and rear, with patio doors opening onto the garden. An attractive brickwork fireplace with inset wood burning stove is a real feature of the room. A stunning open-plan kitchen/family room has an outlook over the garden and ample space for a family size table and chairs. The kitchen area has been fitted with a contemporary range of high gloss wall and base units with wood lock worktop surfaces over and incorporates some built in appliances.
A wide opening from the family room takes you take you through to a light and spacious dual aspect additional reception room, currently utilised by our clients as a crafts room/home office however could also become a fifth ground floor double bedroom. The utility room which has space and plumbing for appliances and door open to a white suite WC and to the rear garden. On the first floor the master bedroom suite has the benefit of an ensuite bathroom and walk-in dressing area, with more room for freestanding bedroom furniture and ample eaves storage space. All further bedrooms can accommodate double beds and bedroom furniture. Finally there is the benefit of a centrally located modern white suite bathroom that services the first floor bedrooms.
The property is complemented by a traditional family rear garden, scattered with well established shrub borders and backing onto open countryside. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a large area of paved patio to one corner, an ideal seating spot that enjoys complete privacy from neighbours and is also home to a large timber garden shed/workshop. Side access leads around to the front of the house where a further private area of garden is retained by natural stone walling with a gravelled driveway adjacent providing off road parking for up to several vehicles.
Keinton Mandeville is a popular village set amidst gently rolling countryside seven miles to the south east of Street. The village provides a pub The Quarry Inn, primary school, village stores and a church. The village is well placed for commuters being just one mile from the A37 and 5.5 miles from the A303 at Podimore. The nearest rail link to London Paddington is at Castle Cary, 6 miles. The historic centre of Wells is 16 miles and the busy centres of Yeovil and Taunton are 12 and 24 miles distant respectively.
Upon entering Keinton Mandeville, pass the Quarry Inn on the left, turn right into Queen Street and continue until reaching the end of the road. Turn right into Church Street where the house will be located a short distance on your right hand side.