Due to the huge amount of interest in this special property it is fairest to accept bids by private tender and there have been two open house viewings already.
Sealed bid forms are available from English Homes and should be returned to this office by noon on Monday July 9th 2018. This should give bidders time to arrange for a survey if needed and to be able to evidence finances. We expect to receive bids between £335,000 and £375,000 but may receive them outside this guide range. Evidence of funds is important. There is a private drains septic tank system which drains across a field to a drainage ditch. To the best of our knowledge it is within Environment Agency regulations but bidders should satisfy themselves.
13' 4'' x 4' 6'' (4.06m x 1.37m)
With windows to three aspects to take in rural views across adjacent farmland.
12' 6'' x 11' 0'' (3.81m x 3.35m) approx.
Storage cupboards, stairs to the first floor, large walk-in pantry.
15' 9'' x 9' 4'' (4.80m x 2.84m)
Woodburner in open fireplace, windows to two aspects.
Lobby Lean to
13' 0'' x 5' 10'' (3.96m x 1.78m)
Tiled roof, windows to two aspects that enjoy distant rural views over your own 4.2 acre field adjacent. Door to garden.
5' 6'' x 3' 6'' (1.68m x 1.07m)
Low level WC, double glazed window to the side.
12' 0'' x 9' 4'' (3.65m x 2.84m) + 7' 7'' x 5' 10''
Perhaps a tad dated now, but who cares? Oil fired Rayburn to heat the hot water, LPG cooker, space for fridge freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, storage cupboards and sink, windows to two aspects, tiled floor, space for dining table.
16' 3'' x 9' 10'' (4.95m x 2.99m)
Wardrobes, windows to two aspects to enjoy the views.
12' 0'' x 7' 2'' (3.65m x 2.18m)
Cupboards, window to the front.
9' 4'' x 9' 1'' (2.84m x 2.77m)
Wardrobe, double glazed uPVC window to the rear.
4.37 acres approx of pasture, well fenced and hedged with a water trough and road access. Today's value is probably around £50,000 should you not wish to keep the field but to sell it on (our client paid close to this several years ago).
This sunny garden is a delight, peaceful and directly adjoining fields with distant rural views. Largely laid to lawn with shrubs, flower beds, and a small orchard of apple trees. The garden also contains a well set under a steel manhole cover (but the house is on mains water). A two compartment septic tank is located under covers in the garage/workshop and it eventually overflows across the field.
24' 10'' x 8' 6'' (7.56m x 2.59m)
Up and over door, power, light, workshop area to the rear. Most probably the corrugated cement roof contains asbestos.
19' 5'' x 16' 3'' (5.91m x 4.95m)
Of largely timber construction under a corrugated iron roof. The gravel drive allows ample parking for many vehicles/boats/caravans etc.
9' 4'' x 4' 4'' (2.84m x 1.32m)
Lean to at the rear of the kitchen, of block construction.
This home is ideally for someone wanting to get away from it all rather than a person who needs all mod cons immediately. It is very charming and in a delightful, rural location - yet the school bus for Huish Academy goes right past the door. We should point out that there are a few tripping hazards in the garden so take care.
We feel that this home is very fairly priced and have received a high level of interest and perhaps a sale at above the guide price. The property will remain fully on the market until the preferred buyer has been able to prove their financial position. Mortgage buyers may have some issues with funds being retained until modernisation is carried out, so cash buyers or those with a substantial deposit would be preferred.
Viewings By Appointment
Langport Office 01458 252530 email@example.com
Disclaimers: Information is given in good faith, but may not be accurate. Freehold/leasehold needs to be checked by conveyancers. Compass points and measurements are for guidance only, especially L shaped and attic rooms, and land. Fixtures & fittings are not tested so may not work. Any fittings mentioned could be subject to negotiation so check the Fixtures & Fittings list during the conveyance. We do our best to help, so please ask if any point needs clarification. Do please use aerial maps/images provided through our website to check out the location before travelling any great distance. We do not carry out hazardous substances surveys before marketing properties, so have no idea whether or not asbestos etc may be present so viewings are at your own risk. Errors & omissions excepted.
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Low Ham is a popular hamlet situated less than 2 miles from Langport and less than 4 miles from Somerton. The town of Langport has a range of facilities fulfilling most day to day needs, with a variety of shops including a Tesco store, medical centre, various churches and schools for all age ranges including the well known Huish Academy. The town of Langport itself lies only about eight miles north of the A303 which connects to the national motorway network, and is well placed for the larger towns of Taunton with its main-line railway station (London/Paddington), Bridgewater and Yeovil with their main-line stations (Waterloo+Paddington). Dorset coast is about 25 miles.
From English Homes Langport Office turn right past Tesco heading towards Somerton. Turn left towards the top of Picts Hill signed Low Ham. As the road bears to the left go straight ahead signed Low Ham. After about a mile you will pass Low Ham chapel on the right, after a further hundred meters or so you will find this property on the right hand side indicated by an English Homes For Sale board.