Grade II listed Kerris Cottage is a pretty thatched cottage with its origins in the 15th century. The property has many period features from the 1400s onwards and features fine stone elevations under its thatched roof; the interior boasts heavily beamed ceilings, a screens passage with cobbled floors, inglenook fireplaces and bread ovens.
The accommodation is light and the ceiling heights are good. The ground floor has three excellent reception rooms together with the kitchen/breakfast room. Upstairs the principal bedroom suite is large and the other two double bedrooms are split by a bathroom which could be en-suite for either. There are two staircases to reach the first floor.
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Outside the gardens are a great feature of the house and offer a wel-stocked border to the front while the rear garden includes a split-level paved terrace overlooking the main sweep of lawn and an additional seating areas which looks back towards the house alongside a former well with a fountain.
Kerris Cottage is situated in the Somerset village of Compton Dundon which is itself located between Somerton and Street. The village has a pub and a post office, a garage and a village hall and Sherbourne, Glastonbury and Castle Cary are all within easy reach for commuting to work or trains to London.
The guide price is £550,000. For further information please contact Chesterton Humberts on 01935 812323 or visit www.chestertonhumberts.com.
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