Yeovil Road, Montacute

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
An extended three bedroom terraced house in need of general modernisation and set within large gardens with useful outbuilding/studio. EPC Band F


Fernside is set in the heart of this picturesque village famous for its National Trust owned Montacute House and close to its parkland grounds. Facilities within the village include two pubs, church, primary school, village hall, petrol station and village stores/post office. The village is surrounded by National Trust woodland and with wonderful walks up onto Ham Hill. Yeovil is within 4 miles where an excellent range of shopping, recreational and scholastic facilities can be found, together with a mainline railway station to London Waterloo, Exeter and Bristol.


Fernside comprises an extended three bedroom terraced house constructed principally of Hamstone and contained beneath a mainly tiled roof with a small flat roof extension to the rear. Although the property is in need of general modernisation, it offers enormous potential for buyers to refurbish to their own particular taste, in what is one of the most sought after villages in the area. The property benefits from two reception rooms, separated by sliding glass doors, together with two kitchen areas and a downstairs shower room and adjoining cloakroom. On the first floor can be found three bedrooms together with a nursery room/study. Outside the property benefits from large gardens which have been lovingly landscaped over the years. Including a most productive kitchen garden and more formal gardens, along with greenhouse and a useful stone and block outbuilding, offering great potential as a home office/studio.


Canopy porch with door leading to entrance hallway with mat well, two wall light points and staircase rising to the first floor. Doorway leads into the dining room with picture rail, under stairs cupboard with light and shelving and a large window to rear. Fitted cupboards together with recessed shelving and sliding glass doors leading into the sitting room, with a recessed log burner on a tiled hearth. Fitted display shelving and cupboards, along with a small bay window to front. To the rear of the property can be found the kitchen, divided into two separate areas with the first room comprising; worktops with Pine cupboards under and space for electric cooker, together with additional shelving and window to side. Glazed door opens into a further kitchen area comprising double drainer stainless steel sink with mixer taps over, together with adjoining worktops, with a selection of cupboards and drawers, along with a window and glazed door to side. Further door leads to the shower room with walk-in shower and pedestal wash hand basin, with an adjoining cloakroom with low level WC, wash hand basin and electric panel heater.

On the first floor can be found the main landing with useful built in cupboard and trap access to roof void, which is floored with access ladder. Bedroom one enjoys two windows to the front, together with fitted shelving. Bedroom two has a sash window overlooking the rear together with fitted cupboard, with shelving. There is a rear landing with built in shelving and a sliding door leading to a nursery room/study, being part Pine clad together with shelving and window to side. To the rear of the property can be found bedroom three which is light and airy with windows on two aspects from which wonderful views of the garden and surrounding countryside can be enjoyed. This bedroom also benefits from a wash hand basin and fitted airing cupboard housing the factory lagged copper cylinder, with immersion heater, slatted shelving and cupboards over.


To the front of the property is a small garden area. A short distance away from the house, a pedestrian gate opens onto a path, which leads to the garden with useful fuel store and garden shed. Beyond here the gardens open onto a large kitchen garden which are walled and protected by a mature Beech hedge. There are various vegetable beds, together with fruit cage and a further shed. Beyond the Beech hedge is a large walled garden which is laid mainly to lawn with large central beds which are well stocked with various shrubs, bushes and trees. Within the garden is a useful aluminium greenhouse, 2nd fuel storage area and various water butts. Within the corner of the garden is useful stone and block outbuilding contained beneath a tiled roof. It benefits from power and light and a window overlooking the garden. It would make an excellent studio/home office.


Strictly by appointment through the vendors selling agent. Stags, Yeovil office telephone 01935 475000


Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.


From Yeovil take the A3088 towards Exeter and before reaching Cartgate roundabout turn left towards Montacute. At the end of the road turn left and continue into the village. Continue past the main entrance to Montacute House and the Phelips Arms public house on your left and after a short distance the road bears left by the village stores/post office, whereupon Fernside, 2 Yeovil Road will be seen on the right hand side, clearly identified by our For Sale board.

01935 321902

Stags - Yeovil

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

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