Babcary Lane, Keinton Mandeville, Somerton, Somerset, TA11

Sold £699,000

Key Features

Superb plot totalling 0.4 acres
Fantastic south-facing garden
Outbuildings offering annexe potential
Off-road parking
Double garage
Sought after location

About This Property

A superb, Blue Lias detached family home, located on the edge of the sought after village of Keinton Mandeville. Enjoying stunning views, attractive period features throughout and fantastic outbuildings offering annexe potential, all set within a generous south facing plot.

Constructed of beautiful local Blue Lias stone, Beggars Bush is a fantastic detached home, enjoying generous accommodation, ample off-road parking and garaging in addition to some fantastic outbuildings offering annexe potential.
The property is accessed via wooden door to the front, leading to the spacious and welcoming entrance hall, with original tiled floor, exposed stonework and stairs leading to the first floor with storage beneath.
To the right of the entrance is the light 18ft sitting room, carpeted and enjoying a stunning exposed stone wall, lias stone fireplace with gas fire inset, and French doors to the rear leading out to the conservatory.
On the left of the entrance hall is the dining room, carpeted and benefiting from double glazed windows to the front and rear, service hatch to the kitchen and a fireplace with gas fire inset.
Beyond the entrance hall is a breakfast room, laid to tile floor and with door leading to the kitchen and window through to the conservatory.
The kitchen to the very rear of the property is fitted with a range of wall and base units with tiled splashbacks and wood effect worktops over, electric oven, gas hob, one and a half sink with drainer, integrated fridges, integrated dishwasher and double glazed windows to the rear and side looking out to the garden.
A door to the side of the kitchen leads into the south-facing conservatory, offering a spectacular view over the garden and countryside beyond. A fabulous place to enjoy the outdoors, year-round.
Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the first floor landing, carpeted and benefiting from loft access.
The master bedroom to the far end of the landing is a generous room, carpeted and enjoying ample fitted storage in addition to fantastic views to the south.
Bedroom two is a further double bedroom, carpeted and enjoying dual aspect double glazed windows, as well as fitted storage.
Bedroom three to the front of the house currently offers an excellent office space, but would work equally well as an occasional guest bedroom.
Completing the first floor accommodation is the family bathroom, fitted with a suite of low level WC, his and hers basins within a vanity unit, bath with mixer taps and a shower cubicle.
Accessed from the garden is a utility room, laid to tile flooring and fitted with a range of wall and base units with worktops and tiled splashbacks over, fitted storage sink with drainer and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Within the utility room is a cloakroom fitted with a low level WC and pedestal basin.

Keinton Mandeville sits midway between the market towns of Somerton to the West, and Castle Cary to the East. It dates back to the Roman times and owes its growth to the local “Blue Lias” stone and its easy accessibility from London to the South West.

The village has a population of around 1,000 people and has a local store, village pub and other amenities as well as Keinton Mandeville Primary School which is located near the centre of the village and achieves some of the highest academic standards in the area. The village hall is the hub of the community and regularly hosts adult education classes, Pilates, short mat bowling, Sea Scouts, Brownies and a daily doctor’s surgery.

The land around Keinton Mandeville is mixed agriculture with five farms surrounding the village - two providing popular farm shops. There are also playing fields with children’s play area, tennis court and a skateboard park - making Keinton Mandeville a wonderful and vibrant place to live.

To the front of the house is a large area of front garden, mostly laid to lawn, dotted with a couple of established trees. A gravel driveway leading to the garage offers parking for several cars, and within the front garden is a rotating summer house.
The double garage is fitted with an electric up-and-over door, light, power and eaves storage. A covered walkway between the house and garage offers secure access to the rear garden, whilst a side gate to the east offers further side access.
The rear garden is a glorious space, south-facing and offering an area of patio to the immediate rear of the house with a further raised area beyond with a pond between. Beyond is a large area of enclosed lawn. To the east is a double-length greenhouse.
Within the garden is a superb garage/workshop building with an adjoining studio, offering significant annexe potential. Fitted with light, power and plumbing, the space offers a flexible opportunity to create a working space.
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