East Street, Chiselborough, Stoke-Sub-Hamdon


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Lower Strapp Farm is centred on a 3 bedroom detached house believed to have been built on the site of a pair of cottages and a former County Council farm.


Lower Strapp Farm is centred on a 3 bedroom detached house believed to have been built on the site of a pair of cottages and a former County Council farm. It occupies an enviable position within this sought-after village and is complemented by a superb, Grade II Listed, detached Ham Stone barn providing a wonderful workshop/garaging or suitable for a variety of other uses, subject to the necessary planning consents. There are also a further range of useful outbuildings including carport and all set within beautiful gardens and grounds, including an enclosed kitchen garden.


Lower Strapp Farm is quietly tucked away within this most desirable of villages with its church, village hall and public house. The neighbouring village of Norton-sub-Hamdon is within approximately 1 mile, where a greater range of facilities can be found. The popular market town of Crewkerne is within 4 miles, where an excellent range of shopping, recreational and scholastic facilities can be found, together with a Waitrose supermarket, indoor swimming pool and gym. There is also a mainline rail link to Exeter and London Waterloo. Yeovil is within 7 miles of the property, where an even greater selection of facilities can be found and the A303 within 3 miles, providing excellent road communications with the rest of the country.


Steps lead up to the entrance door, protected by a storm porch with uPVC door leading to the entrance hallway. Stairs rise to the first floor. The sitting room enjoys views from two aspects, including a tiled fireplace, picture rail and night storage heater. Sliding glazed doors lead to a useful conservatory with tiled floor, glazed on all three sides and is connected with power and light together with patio door to garden. On the opposite side of the hallway is a well-appointed kitchen/dining room comprising 1 bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap over. Adjoining granite worktops with a range of integrated appliances including NEFF electric double oven and grill, induction hob with extractor over, fridge and freezer. Views from two aspects together with a sealed fireplace, picture rail and larder. To the rear is a single storey utility room with sink unit, space for washing machine and tumble drier and door to gardens. Adjoining is a cloakroom with low level WC.

On the first floor is the landing with trap access to roof void, built-in airing cupboard housing the factory lagged copper cylinder, night storage heater and window overlooking the garden and fields beyond. Both bedrooms 1 and 2 are excellent double bedrooms with views from two aspects together with useful store cupboard and night storage heaters. Bedroom 3 enjoys views over the garden together with a night storage heater. Family bathroom comprises enameled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC.


Lower Strapp Farm is approached over an initial shared driveway, over which a landowner has access to the adjoining field. Beyond here a pair of double gates opens into a large parking/turning area and access to the detached stone barn, Listed Grade II of architectural and historical interest, and is constructed principally of Ham Stone and contained beneath a tiled roof. It is connected with power and light and has a concrete floor together with four large openings, including sliding doors. Opposite is a useful stone and block outbuilding set beneath a galvanized iron roof, providing carport and store and is connected with power and light. Adjoining is a useful potting shed/garden store of stone and timber construction and set beneath a tin roof. From here there is access to the lower garden, which is hedged, wire fenced, with attractive well-stocked flower and shrub borders, together with wonderful views to the hills. From here you can walk through a pergola with seating area, which leads to a fully enclosed kitchen garden with three raised beds and is protected by a well clipped yew hedge with two archways. Beyond there are two further raised beds including a most productive asparagus bed. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn and backs onto open fields with most attractive and well-stocked cottage-style borders along with a useful greenhouse. Close to the house is a lower patio area together with cold water tap and light.


Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.


Strictly by appointment through the vendor s selling agent, Stags Yeovil Office

Tel: 01935 475000


From the A303 follow the A356 towards Crewkerne and take the 3rd turning towards Chiselborough and The Chinnocks. Continue along this lane, taking the second turning left to Chiselborough, by the grass triangle, and continue down into the village. On entering the village turn right into East Street and after a short distance Lower Strapp Farm will be seen on the right hand side, clearly identified by our for sale board.

Arrange viewing 01935 321902

Stags - Yeovil

4-6 Park Rd, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 1DZ

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