Property of the Week: An Exquisite Grade II Listed Townhouse in Shepton Mallet
Property of the Week: An Exquisite Grade II Listed Townhouse is up for grabs in Shepton Mallet
By Laura Linham
18th May 2023 | Property of the Week
This week's feature property is an impressive Grade II Listed townhouse conversion, nestled in Shepton Mallet. On the market for £375,000, this extraordinary home offers a unique blend of historic charm and modern comfort, making it an absolute must-see.
Once part of a former hospital, this unique three-bedroom, two-bathroom property is set on the western side of Shepton Mallet. The townhouse benefits from a south-facing aspect, which floods the home with an abundance of natural light through its large sash windows, further accentuating its spaciousness.
Upon entering the property, you are welcomed by an impressive hallway, complete with a cloakroom equipped with a W.C. and wash hand basin.
The ground floor also features an extensive kitchen diner, with high ceilings and sizeable sash windows providing a bright and inviting space to enjoy meals. This modern kitchen is well-equipped with an array of wall and base units, integrated appliances, including an electric double oven, microwave, gas hob, integrated dishwasher, and fridge freezer, truly catering to every culinary need. An added convenience is the utility room, which houses an additional sink, space for a tumble dryer, and plumbing for a washing machine.
The first floor is home to a comfortable sitting room, complete with a feature electric fire and points for television, telephone, and satellite, all concealed within a decorative screen.
The third bedroom and a shower room are also located on this floor, offering versatile accommodation options.
The second floor provides a large landing area, currently used as a reading area by the current owner.
However, the space could easily accommodate a desk for those who work from home. The principal bedroom features a fitted double wardrobe and a Jack and Jill bathroom, while the second bedroom, currently used as a study, comfortably accommodates a double bed.
Beyond the property's interior, a private, low-maintenance garden extends to 8.5m x 8.2m. This outdoor oasis is bounded by stone walling and features a patio area leading onto a gravelled area with ample space for outdoor furniture, providing a perfect spot for summer barbecues or a quiet morning coffee.
Convenience isn't compromised, as the property comes with an allocated parking space and a single garage set under the coach house diagonally opposite, catering to all your parking needs.