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High Street, Keinton Mandeville, Somerton, TA11

£580,000

4 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: SHE200026

An excellent single storey residence with attached two bedroom annex in a highly desirable and thriving village.

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Integrated 1/2 Bedroom Annex
  • No onward chain
  • Excellent Village Location
  • Single Storey Property

THE PROPERTY

Stoneleigh is a wonderfully versatile house sitting comfortably in its own grounds and enjoying a beautiful, private south facing garden. Entirely set on one floor, the main part of the house is made up of good sized rooms which make the most of the abundant light. Excellent storage is to be found in most bedrooms and throughout the property as a whole. Standout features include the large, hand made kitchen which opens out into a large conservatory, with views across the garden at the rear. Along with a separate dining room this property is ideal for year round entertaining. The integral double garage is also worth a special mention, providing some useful space as a work shop or for storage. The annex that adjoins the main property provides further one or two bedroom accommodation. Directly accessed from the main house it also benefits from its own access, making it ideal as a possible holiday let, granny annex or even as a home office. All things considered this is a spacious property with exceptionally flexible accommodation in a much sought after location. Keinton Mandeville is a popular village sitting midway between the market towns of Somerton to the west, and Castle Cary to the east. Famous for its distinctive Blue Lias stone, the village dates back to Roman times but is now coveted for its excellent communication links to both London and the South West. The village has a local store, hairdressers, pub, village hall and other amenities which form the framework for what is an excellent local community. Street and Glastonbury are a short drive away where a wide range of health, leisure and shopping amenities can be found.