PLOT 4, LIME TREE CLOSE, KINGSDON MANOR, KINGSDON, SOMERTON, TA11 7JZ
An absolutely delightful brand new house enjoying an exceptional position in this very popular village just south of Somerton and in easy reach of Street, Glastonbury, Castle Cary and Yeovil.
The house is within the exclusive and prestigious redevelopment of Kingsdon Manor and is designed and built to high standards compatible with the surrounds.
The generous accommodation of about 1,750 sq.ft. has been carefully designed to incorporate stylish interiors and light living spaces throughout. This includes an entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, a large kitchen & breakfast room, utility, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Garage. Ample parking and a large walled garden.
Kingsdon Manor, which is currently undergoing redevelopment, is an historic Grade ll listed country house, standing in mature grounds on the edge of the village and having expansive views over the beautiful bordering countryside.
The redevelopment includes the Manor house and a small number of individual houses within the grounds with No. 4 enjoying a quiet setting within a small cul de sac.
The house is a handsome detached building with rendered elevations under a tiled roof and a front porch approached by a pathway with traditional railings. Internally there are equally high standards which include underfloor heating on the ground floor with radiators on the first floor, oak doors and good quality kitchen and bathroom fittings. These include kitchen ‘Kensington Haze’ units with integral Neff & Bosch appliances.
The quality of the property is evident upon the first viewing and as one would expect the building has a high energy performance for future comfort and economy.
The rooms are well arranged and generously sized with large windows which flood the house with sunshine. Noteworthy features are the main living areas and bedrooms face south, the sitting room has a triple aspect plus french doors and the kitchen & breakfast room has a double aspect and again french doors. to the garden.
The front door opens into a welcoming entrance hall which has the staircase and a cloakroom with a hand basin and wc. The sitting room has the French doors and a Bath stone fireplace with a wood burning stove fitted.
The large kitchen & breakfast room has Kensington Haze units and integral Neff & Bosch appliances including a double oven, hob with extractor above, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. It also has garden doors and ample space for a table and chairs.
A utility room is adjacent with the oil fired boiler and a back door to the garden.
On the first floor the landing has an airing cupboard, 4 bedrooms, 2 en suites and a family bathroom.
These include 2 bedroom suites, each with built in wardrobes and en-suite shower rooms.
The entrance drive to the property leads to the garage and also provides ample parking space. There's a large enclosed rear garden with a terrace for al fresco dining and relaxation. Beyond is a lawn with a magnificent lime tree being the inspiration of the name of the cul de sac.
About the area
Kingsdon is a small historic village with just over 150 houses that nestles in the undulating hills of South Somerset with far reaching views to the east and south. With excellent transport links, Kingsdon lies halfway between the Roman settlement of Ilchester and the ancient market town of Somerton and retains an old-world charm. There is no through traffic and a wealth of historic cottages and elegant houses of individual character line the quiet streets.
The 13th Century church, the pub (renowned for its food!), community shop, village hall and numerous clubs and activities all help to add to the unique spirit of this very special place. Much of the parish is farmed retaining a traditional small field structure, which is particularly beneficial to a wide range of wildlife. The National Trust property of Lytes Cary is just a mile from the village centre. For more info see www.kingsdon.org
Yeovil and Sherborne. Bristol, Bath and Taunton are also within easy reach. There are excellent state and independent schools which include a primary school in Charlton Mackrell and another in Somerton, Secondary schools in Street and Huish Episcopi and an excellent 6th form college (Strode College) again in Street. Independent schools include, Millfield (at Street & Glastonbury), Wells Cathedral and the schools at Bruton and Sherborne.
From Street head south on the B3151 for approximately 7 miles passing Somerton. Take the second left turn for Kingsdon at the bottom of the hill into Lodge Road. Bear right and the site entrance will be found on the right hand side. From the A303: at the Podimore roundabout take the exit onto the A372 signposted Langport and Somerton. Take the second right onto the B3151. Take the next right into Lodge Road. Bear right and the site entrance will be found on the right hand side.
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