- Handsome detached building
- Approx 8,600 sq ft
- Total area 0.87 acres (0.352 ha)
- Potential to various uses STPP
The property is located on the southern edge of Bruton and enjoys views over the surrounding countryside. Bruton is a small town that in recent years has seen a sharp rise in its popularity and now is an extremely sought after location. The town is renowned for its schools, most notably Bruton School for Girls, King’s School (founded 1519) and Sexey’s School. In recent years an impressive gallery and arts centre, The Newt in Somerset and a thriving café and dining culture have added to the town’s popularity. There are mainline rail links at Castle Cary (5.5 miles) and the A303 London to South West trunk road can be picked up at Wincanton (5 miles).
The Old Vicarage (which is not listed) has the hallmarks of a late Victorian property including sash windows, former fireplaces, a large cellar and typically high ceilings. The original building has clearly been extended on several occasions, most recently around 1990 when a substantial wing was added with a pedestrian walk through from the first floor of the main building. The original building is of stone faced elevations under a slate tiled roof and the extensions are principally of reconstituted stone elevations with some flat roof.
Freehold. Offers in excess of £650,000 The accommodation extends over three floors (plus cellar) and largely has been used as dormitory type bedrooms as well as study/common room areas. Contained within is a self-contained flat to the rear. Floor plans are available on request. The floor area is circa 8650 sq ft (803 sq m) excluding the cellar The property sits in a plot of 0.87 acres (0.352 ha), from the road a drive sweeps up to a large car parking area to the front and western side. To the rear are attractive gardens comprising lawns and trees. The property abuts open land and an orchard.Viewing
By appointment with Chesters Harcourt