This charming Grade II listed cottage, believed to date back to 1732, boasts an abundance of character features that include timbered ceilings, window seats and a magnificent Inglenook fireplace, with a wood burning stove.
The accommodation is conventionally arranged with a sitting room to one side of the hallway and a dining room to the other, while beyond the dining room is a kitchen equipped with a range of floor and wall mounted units. Taking centre stage in the kitchen is a solid fuel Rayburn while beyond the kitchen is a utility room with cloakroom.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two of which are doubles, with each room benefitting from built in wardrobes as well as delightful character features. The three bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom.
To the front of the property a wooden gate provides pedestrian access to the front door along a stone path flanked by areas of lawn and mature shrub planting. The main body of the garden lies to the rear and side and is for the most part laid to lawn with areas of ornamental & fruit trees as well as shrub planting. To one side of the cottage is a large area of paved terrace ideal outside entertaining during the summer months. The property provides a gravel driveway which offers parking spaces and turning for a number of cars and access to the garage. The garage 2.84m x 5.48m has stone elevations set under a tiled roof behind which there is an attached stone built store and a workshop.
Damson Cottage lies close to the centre of North Cadbury in a peaceful no through lane. The village is well situated amongst rolling countryside, just to the North of Cadbury Castle. The village has a church, a primary school, a shop and a public house to its centre whilst the South Somerset town of Castle Cary lies to the north and the historic Abbey town of Sherborne and the local regional centre of Yeovil lie to the South, both lying within short motoring distance.
Sporting, walking and riding opportunities abound within the area with many walks to be had from the village itself and golf clubs at both Sherborne and Yeovil. Travel links are good with main line stations at Castle Cary and Templecombe linking directly with London Paddington and London Waterloo respectively while road links are along the A303 joined nearby giving swift access to London and the Home Counties along the M3, M25 route.
Mains water, Mains drainage. Oil central heating.
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens 01749 671172
Travel South from Castle Cary on the A359, driving through Galhampton, towards Sparkford. Take the left hand turn, signposted “N. Cadbury”. Follow the road into the village, passing the primary school, on the left hand side. Upon reaching the Catash Inn, turn left, into the High Street and left again, into Cutty Lane. Damson Cottage (number 14, will be found immediately on the right hand side.
Fixtures and Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale.