Higher Street, Norton Sub Hamdon, Stoke-Sub-Hamdon

Guide price

Bedrooms: 1
A charming beautifully refurbished Grade II listed character cottage set within beautiful landscaped gardens enjoying panoramic views over Ham Hill. EPC Exempt. Freehold. Council Tax Band C


Nundle is situated in an enviable location towards the end of a no-through road. The village is highly desirable and benefits from a good range of local amenities including post office/village stores, public house, primary school, church and active village hall. The village is surrounded by wonderful open countryside and also at the foot of Ham Hill country Park with it s extensive footpaths. Crewkerne is within 4 miles where a good range of facilities can be found including a Waitrose supermarket and a mainline railway station to London Waterloo and Exeter. The larger town of Yeovil is within 7 miles where an even greater selection of facilities can be found. The A303 is readily accessible just a mile from the property with the Jurassic Coastline within a 40 minute drive.


Nundle comprises a Grade II listed character cottage constructed principally of Ham stone and set beneath a tiled roof. Recently the property has undergone a refurbishment programme and has been beautifully decorated throughout with all Farrow & Ball paint. Within the living room are original Blue Lias flagstones together with a superb multi-fuel stove. The kitchen has been built by a local craftsman and includes integrated appliances. Limestone flooring together with a delightful dining area. On the first floor is a spacious bedroom along with a en suite shower room.

Outside are long gardens which have been beautifully landscaped incorporating various seating areas, useful range of outbuildings including the original privy, garden shed connected with power and light and on the top tier of the garden, planning permission for a log cabin from which panoramic views can be enjoyed from Ham Hill Monument across to Chiselborough.


Outside light with studded front door opening into a spacious living room, Blue Lias flagstone flooring throughout and a central feature of a Woodwarm 5 Kw multi-fuel stove. Two traditional cast iron style column radiators, wall lights and range of hand built store cupboards. Stairs rising to the first floor with useful storage cupboard beneath. Beyond can be found the bespoke kitchen and dining area which was built by a local craftsman and incorporates a Belfast sink with beech draining board and matching worktops, with an excellent range of floor and wall mounted cupboards and drawers; integrated Neff appliances including slimline dishwasher, fridge and freezer, built in washing machine and space for range style cooker, with extractor hood over. Lime stone flooring throughout including double glazed windows to the rear garden and matching glazed door to rear; two traditional cast iron style radiators and dining area.

On the first floor can be found the spacious bedroom with two windows to front elevation and two windows to the rear, together with exposed beams and trap access to roof void, being part boarded, connected with light and housing the Vaillant gas fired combination boiler. Adjoining the bedroom is a delightful en suite shower room comprising large walk-in shower, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, together with low level WC, pine floorboards and a traditional cast iron style column radiator with towel rail.


To the rear of the cottage are the stunning cottage gardens which measure approximately 86 ft x 22 ft and are tiered creating various seating areas from which wonderful views can be enjoyed. Starting at the back of the cottage is a paved patio with cold water tap and log store with steps and wrought iron hand rail leading to a newly installed garden shed 7 ft x 5 ft which is connected with power and light.

Opposite is the original Hamstone privy set beneath a tiled roof, now used as a garden store. Surrounding this area is a wonderful herb garden and cottage style plants. The next garden area is bounded by a privet hedge with lawned garden and central gravelled pathway, together with decking area ideally suited for outdoor entertaining.

Towards the end of the garden is a dry-stone wall with steps leading to the top garden, which backs onto open fields. This garden area is protected by Beech hedging and has planning permission granted for a log cabin. From here wonderful panoramic views can be enjoyed across Ham Hill and towards Chiselborough.


All mains services are connected. Gas fired central heating.


Strictly by appointment through the vendors selling agents, Stags, Yeovil Office. Telephone 01935 475000


From Cartgate roundabout on the A303 head towards Exeter passing the petrol station on your left hand side. After a further mile take the exit signposted Crewkerne. At the end of the slip road turn left towards Crewkerne and continue along here taking the 2nd turning left into Norton Sub Hamdon. On entering the village turn right into Higher Street and head towards the far end of the no-through road whereupon Nundle will be seen on the right hand side.

01935 321902

Stags - Yeovil

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

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