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Floorplan for Shepton Mallet, Somerset
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2 Bedrooms House - Under Offer Darshill, Shepton Mallet, Somerset
Offers In Excess £250,000

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A charming two-bedroom mid-terrace period cottage tucked away in a secluded hamlet on the outskirts of Shepton Mallet.

Key Features

  • Delightful period cottage
  • Two bedrooms
  • Living room with feature fireplace and woodburner
  • Pretty cottage garden
  • Stunning countryside views
About the property:

A delightful two bedroom period cottage set over three floors and enjoying countryside views. The property offers a generous principal bedroom with en-suite cloakroom, guest bedroom, living room, kitchen, downstairs bathroom and conservatory dining room opening onto a pretty country garden.

About the inside:

The front door opens into the middle level. Here you will find good storage for coats and shoes, a lovely guest bedroom with views over the garden to the rear and a feature stone wall incorporating a former fireplace with wood surround. Upstairs is the generous principal bedroom with far reaching views and a useful cloakroom. On the lower ground floor is a cosy sitting room with feature stone inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove. Louvred doors open into the light dining area with doors out onto the garden. The kitchen, recently refitted with bespoke solid wooden units and worktops, features a min range dual fuel cooker, lantern skylight and window into the dining room. A wooden latch door leads into the bathroom with a wood panelled bath with shower over, low level WC and wash hand basin.

About the outside:

The secluded pretty rear garden offers a circular paved seating area and an abundance of cottage plants and flowers. A gate leads through to a private footpath which runs past the back of the terrace alongside conservation land.

About the area:

Darshill is a little hamlet on the edge of Shepton Mallet with a rich history. It was at the heart of the woollen cloth making industry from the 13th to 19th centuries as can be seen by the surviving workers cottages and other remains. The market town of Shepton Mallet provides everyday shopping facilities, including a local farmers market on Fridays. It is a thriving historic town and is home to the Kilver Court Shopping Village, Collett Park which is an attractive parkland with a large duck pond, and good schools. The cathedral city of Wells is only a few miles away with a range of excellent schools, shops and restaurants.

Useful information:

Postcode: BA4 5JS
Council Tax: B
EPC Rating: D
Viewings strictly by appointment with the vendors selling agent Killens

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