Henley, nr Langport
Guide Price £469,950

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  • - A detached house in a rural hamlet location.
  • - Planning to extend has been passed.
  • - Country views to the front and rear.
  • - Garage and ample off-street parking.
  • - Good size garden.
  • - No onward chain.

An opportunity to purchase a detached house in a desirable rural village with planning to extend in place. Current accommodation comprises three double bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs with a lounge, kitchen/diner, conservatory, garage and boiler room downstairs. The property also benefits from central heating, double glazing and country views to the front and the rear. No onward chain.

A part glazed door with a window to one side and storm porch opens into:

Entrance Hall:
Stairs rise to first floor with a storage cupboard under, tiled floor and doors lead off to:

18' 0'' x 12' 5'' (5.48m x 3.78m)
A wonderful light filled room with picture windows to three aspects (front, side and rear) and two radiators. A multi-fuel fire with marble backing and hearth, wooden surround and mantel over creates a focal point.

Kitchen/Dining Room:
14' 10'' x 9' 10'' (4.53m x 3m)
There is one window to the side and one window to the rear, one radiator, a one and half stainless steel sink unit with drainer to one side, mixer tap over and storage cupboard under. A further range of wall hung, floor standing and drawer storage cupboards above and below a roll top work surface with tiled splash back. An integral fridge, Neff double oven and grill are both included in the sale. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and a useful larder. A part glazed door opens into:

11' 6'' x 9' 10'' (3.51m x 3m)
Constructed of UPVC and double glazed units on a dwarf wall with a poly carbonate roof and part glazed door to one side.

Stairs rise to first floor:

There is one window to the front, one radiator, an airing cupboard housing a hot water cylinder and slatted shelving, doors lead off to:

Bedroom 1:
12' 4'' x 8' 10'' (3.77m x 2.70m)
There is one window to the front with country views and one radiator.

Bedroom 2:
12' 5'' x 8' 10'' (3.78m x 2.69m)
There is one window to the rear with views over a field and one radiator.

Bedroom 3:
9' 11'' x 8' 2'' (3.02m x 2.50m)
This room has one window to the side and one radiator.

6' 4'' x 5' 10'' (1.94m x 1.77m)
This room has one window to the rear and one radiator. A white suite comprising a panelled bath with an electric shower and a screen to one end, a low level W.C, and a pedestal wash basin.

Boiler Room:
8' 11'' x 7' 5'' (2.72m x 2.27m)
This room has a part glazed door with window to either side and a floor standing oil fired boiler.

16' 9'' x 8' 7'' (5.10m x 2.62m)
There is an up and over door to the front, light and power connected, a pedestrian door with window to one side gives access to the rear garden. A further storage cupboard and gardeners toilet are attached to the rear and accessed by separate doors.

Front: A wooden five bar gate opens to a concrete drive that gives vehicular access to the garage and provides off road parking. There are two lawned areas to either side of the drive and hedging to the boundaries. Rear: This area is largely laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees including apple, lilac and magnolia. Mature flower beds comprise the borders and mature hedging to the boundaries. To one corner of the garden you can find a vegetable patch and the oil storage tank. From the majority of the rear garden you have a lovely view over the rear hedge to the field beyond. A pedestrian gate to the rear of the garden gives access to Headlong Lane which is a rarely used no through lane that provides access to the rear of neighbouring properties.

The property has planning permission for an extension which lapses 3 years from May 2019, details can be found on the SSDC website using planning number 19/00897/HOU

Agents Note:
The property's drainage is a septic tank which we understand to be compliant with the new regulations as it does not filter into any watercourses.

Head out of Langport towards Somerton on the B3153, pass Kelways plant centre heading up Picts Hill take the next turning left near the brow of the hill towards High Ham. Stay on this road and continue all the way through the village of High Ham and out the other side. As you pass the Kings Head pub and desend Ham Hill at the bottom of the hill take the right hand turn on the corner into Henley Road. Continue along this road through Henley, the property will be found on the right hand side on the first left hand corner after Cowling Agriculture.

Henley is a small rural hamlet adjacent to the larger villages of High and Low Ham and the area is surrounded by open farmland. The immediate area is good for walking, cycling and other country pursuits. The adjacent village of High Ham has an excellent primary school and village pub and Bere Cider Farm shop and café. The small town of Langport provides most other amenities and has a popular secondary school and sixth form college. Excellent independent schools are within commuting distance which includes Millfield, Sherborne, Hazelgrove and Taunton. There are many clubs and social activities in the local area which all combine to make a thriving active community.

Langport Office 01458 252530 sales@english-homes.co.uk 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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nr Langport TA10 9BG
County: Somerset
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: EH000687

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