EPC Graph for Somerton

1 Bedroom Flat - For Sale West Street, Somerton
Asking Price £114,950

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A fantastic renovation opportunity for first time buyers and investors alike. Situated close to the town centre and offering well-proportioned rooms and a courtyard garden, this ground floor flat is available with no onward chain.

Key Features

  • Renovation Opportunity
  • Ground Floor Flat
  • Courtyard Garden
  • Close to Town Centre
  • No Onward Chain
About the Property
Conveniently situated close to the centre of Somerton, this one-bedroom, ground floor flat offers good proportions throughout with plenty of natural light, and a courtyard garden. The property requires some modernisation and provides a fantastic opportunity for its next owner.

About the Inside
Accessed via a shared entrance hall, you enter into the inner hall, the perfect space for coats and shoes. This leads through to the light and airy room at the front of the property which could be used as either the sitting room or bedroom.
From here there is access to the bathroom with basin, toilet and shower over bath.
As you continue through the property you reach the kitchen which has been fitted with a mix of wall and base units, and provides access into the walled courtyard.
Completing the accommodation is the sitting room or bedroom at the rear. This wonderfully light space benefits from a vaulted ceiling adding a real sense of space, and French doors opening onto the courtyard, flooding the room with plenty of natural light.

About the Outside
Outside, there is a low maintenance, stone walled courtyard, with ample room for a bistro set.

About the Area
The historic Anglo-Saxon market town of Somerton is reputed to be the ancient capital of Wessex. The town offers an excellent selection of day-to-day facilities including shopping outlets, antiques, arts guild, several public houses, artisan bakery, wine shop, restaurants, and a 14th century church.

The town has a thriving arts community with the Old Town Hall now housing the ACE Arts 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 local towns of Taunton or Yeovil, both of which are accessible by car and bus. For families, there is a recreational ground, which includes rugby, football, lawn bowls, tennis, children's play area, skate park, outdoor gym and a sports and social club.

There is a good selection of both private and state schools in the locality which include King Ina Academy, Huish Episcopi Primary and Secondary school, and Millfield school in nearby Street.

Useful information
Postcode: TA11 6NB
Local Authority: Somerset Council (South Somerset District)
Tenure: Leasehold (125 Years)
Holiday Let permitted within lease
Services: Electric heating, mains drainage, mains water.
EPC rating: E
Council Tax Band: A
Viewings: Strictly with the vendor's agent Killens 01458 397000

Location