A Grade II Listed, three/four bedroom Georgian terrace property requiring continued modernisation. The spacious accommodation is arranged over four floors, with many original features such as wooden and flagstone floors, picture rails and fire places remain in many of the rooms. The accommodation includes separate, lounge, dining room, modern kitchen, utility and shower room, modern bathroom and large cellar. Outside there is front paved area and an enclosed rear courtyard garden.
The property is positioned conveniently within close walking distance to local amenities. Chard is geographically the highest town in Somerset and nestles in a corner of South Somerset between Dorset and Devon. Chard is a market town that offers a good range of local shops and amenities to include supermarkets, medical facilities and a variety of clubs and societies. The town is well served with primary and secondary schools. It lies on the A30 road near the Devon border, c.15 miles south west of Yeovil and c.14 miles south of Taunton with access to the M5 Motorway.
Accessed from the dining room to: Cellar room with hobbies room/bedroom four.
Entrance lobby, hallway, lounge, dining room with double doors to rear courtyard and stairs down to cellar,kitchen, utility, shaower room.
Bedroom, family room.
Two further bedrooms.
Paved front area and enclosed rear garden.
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