Chiselborough, Stoke-Sub-Hamdon


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A greatly extended three bedroom detached Hamstone cottage enjoying a wonderful elevated position within this sought after village and adjoining The Common. EPC Band E.


Kimberley Cottage enjoys an enviable position, with its sunny southerly aspect and views over the village and surrounding Woodlands. It adjoins Chiselborough Common and is also close to Ham Hill Country Park. The village offers a church, village hall and public house with the neighbouring village of Norton Sub Hamdon being within 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). The larger commercial town of Yeovil is within 7 miles of the property, where a wider range of facilities can be found. The A303 is with 3 miles providing excellent road communications with the rest of the country. The stunning Jurassic coast World Heritage Site is only just over 30 minutes drive away.


Kimberley Cottage enjoys an enviable position within this sought after village. It is centred on an extended three bedroom detached Hamstone cottage which has in recent years been re-roofed, re-wired and double glazed throughout, together with an upgraded oil fired central heating system, installed approximately 7 years ago. The refurbishment has involved the laying of new Oak flooring, a superb hand built kitchen with Italian ceramic floor and wall tiling, together with a living room extension, making the most of the wonderful views and including bi-folding doors out onto a terraced area. Principal bedroom over and superb family shower room. Outside there is off road parking for two cars along with a delightful private garden, which has been beautifully landscaped.


Hamstone and Oak entrance porch with coach lights, together with bespoke wrought iron railings protect the leaded glazed Oak door which opens into a spacious utility/boot room, with windows from two aspects and oak door to gardens. There is an attractive flagstone style floor and space and plumbing for washing machine. The glazed stable door leads into the inner hallway with window to side, boiler cupboard housing the Worcester oil fired boiler and attractive Italian ceramic tiles which lead through to the kitchen. The bathroom comprises bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC, tiled floor and heated towel rail. The kitchen has been hand built and comprises 1 bowl Belfast sink with mixer taps over with adjoining Oak worktops together with a fine selection of floor and wall mounted cupboards and drawers including glass cabinets. Integrated dishwasher and space for range cooker with extractor hood over. Italian floor and wall tiles and door leading into the dining room with an open inglenook fireplace, set within a Hamstone surround with beam over. Exposed beams, window to rear and open tread staircase to the first floor. Attractive Oak flooring which continues into the adjoining living room, which enjoys views from two aspects including bi-folding doors onto a terraced area with bespoke wrought iron railings and steps down to the garden.

On the first floor there is a small landing area with window to front, Oak flooring and door to bedroom 2 with Oak flooring, skirting board and window sill. Inner landing with Oak flooring and an open tread staircase to attic room. Bedroom 3 has a large alcove with window and cupboards over, together with oak flooring, two display shelves and light tube. The principal bedroom is light and spacious with vaulted ceiling, remote control/programmable Velux roof light, exposed stone wall and Oak flooring and window cill. The family shower room has a large walk-in shower with power shower, together with a corner low level WC, bespoke glass wash hand basin with mixer tap over. Attractive travertine wall and floor tiles and vaulted ceiling.

On the second floor can be found two attic rooms with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, two Velux roof lights and is fully carpeted.


Kimberley cottage is approached over a initial shared track, leading to a gravelled parking area for two cars. To the front of the cottage, steps lead down to a courtyard with access to a stone shed set beneath a tiled roof and housing the oil tank. To the rear of the property steps lead down to a private block paved sun terrace with raised flower and shrub beds. It is protected by trellis fencing festooned with Wisteria. Beyond is a lawned garden protected by a Beech hedge with further block paved patio, again with well stocked raised beds. Steps lead to a sun terrace protected by bespoke wrought iron railings and gate, making a wonderful seating area with views across the village. There is also various external lighting.


Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Oil fired central heating


Strictly by appointment with the vendors selling agent Stags, Yeovil office. Telephone 0935 475000


From the A303 follow the A356 towards Crewkerne and take the third turning signed Chiselborough and The Chinnocks. Continue along this lane taking the first turning into Chiselborough and passing The Cat Head Inn on the right hand side. Continue around the bend turning left into North Street and after approximately 200 meters towards the end of the village, turn sharp right and follow this lane up onto The Common. Having passed the road branching right, take the 2nd of the two tracks, which will lead you to several cottages. Kimberley Cottage is located to the right of the green garage door.

Arrange viewing 01935 321902

Stags - Yeovil

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

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