The timber front door opens to
11' 4'' x 8' 8'' (3.45m x 2.64m)
Fitted carpet, radiator, coat hanging space, window to rear, stairs to the first floor
13' 2'' x 11' 5'' (4.01m x 3.48m)
Fitted carpet, stone open fireplace with woodburner, radiator, windows to two aspects
10' 0'' x 8' 6'' (3.05m x 2.59m)
Modern double glazed uPVC construction on a dwarf wall with a glass roof, tiled floor, door to the garden
17' 9'' x 9' 0'' (5.41m x 2.74m)
Fitted carpet, radiator, window to the front, beamed ceiling
10' 4'' x 6' 9'' (3.15m x 2.06m)
Tiled floor, timber fronted storage cupboards above/below roll edged worktops, stainless steel sink, electric oven with hob and extractor over, integral fridge, radiator, windows to two aspects
12' 2'' x 8' 3'' (3.71m x 2.51m)
In one corner is a separate cloakroom with macerator WC. Tiled floor, Worcester oil fired combi boiler, space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. Belfast style ceramic sink, radiator, extractor fan, double glazed uPVC window, modern consumer unit.
12' 1'' x 11' 5'' (3.68m x 3.48m)
Fitted carpet, radiator, windows to two aspects, fitted wardrobe, loft access
7' 5'' x 6' 6'' (2.26m x 1.98m)
The white suite comprises bath with shower over, pedestal washbasin, WC, radiators, double glazed uPVC window
16' 6'' x 8' 10'' (5.03m x 2.69m)
Fitted carpet, radiator, windows to three aspects, beamed ceiling, fitted wardrobe
10' 8'' x 6' 11'' (3.25m x 2.11m)
Technically not a bedroom as it is walk through from the landing to Bedroom 1. Fitted carpet, radiator, windows to two aspects, loft access
The attractive garden is a feature of this cottage being both a sun trap (faces appx West) and well cared for, overlooking fields to one side and the churchyard to the other. Well fenced and largely laid to lawn with stone and timber garden sheds, a greenhouse and well stocked flower beds.
Parking and garage space
The garage was converted to a utility/WC some 20 years ago but there is parking outside its doors (behind which the steel oil tank is now located) however at the far end of the garden are 5 bar gates and a gravel drive with enough space for a couple of cars or indeed a garage STPP.
Our client advises that the utility room was converted from the garage some 20 years ago without planning permission. SSDC have inspected and have provided a letter to the effect that as this was done so long ago they do not require a permit now and in any case would not issue one as the walls are single skinned. A peppercorn rent of £1 per annum is paid to the church as some of the garage wall is shared with the churchyard wall.
We understand that there is a planning application, not approved at the time of writing, to build 3 houses in the field across the lane (but the houses, if approved, would not be sited opposite this cottage).
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High Ham amenities
High Ham is a popular village with local facilities that include a church, much sought after Primary School and part time pub. The village is less than 4 miles to the north of Langport which offers a good 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 8 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), Bridgwater and Yeovil with their main-line railway stations (Waterloo and Paddington) The Dorset coast is about 25 miles.
From English Homes Langport office turn right towards Somerton. Approaching the brow of Picts Hill turn left signed High Ham. Soon after entering the village you will see the church on the left. Continue for about 50 yards turning left on Turnhill Road, the cottage is the first on the left indicated by an English Homes For Sale board