Lambrook House is a substantial building situated in the heart of Wincanton within a short walk of local amenities. The property was converted into six apartments during 1986, and number five has been tastefully refurbished recently providing a modern characterful home. The open plan living room/kitchen is a particular feature being light and airy with a large sash window and stylish fitted kitchen. There is also a modern sleek shower room, two bedrooms and electric heating.
LOCATION: The town of Wincanton is an appealing South Somerset town bordering the counties of Dorset and Wiltshire. Local amenities including a Co-Op supermarket, butcher, bakery, fruit and veg and whole foods shop, Morrisons, Lidl, Health Centre, Post Office, library, antique shops, cafes, eateries, the Bootmakers Workshop with crafts for both children and adults with a wood-fired pizza and a leisure centre with gym and swimming pool. The town has a thriving community with an active library as well as a community centre at the Balsam Centre which has a busy schedule of classes and groups. The town is a 10 minute drive from the fantastic offerings of Bruton including the Hauser & Wirth Art Gallery and Roth Bar & Grill, 10 minutes from the impressive highly-regarded Newt Hotel, 15 minutes from the pretty market town of Castle Cary and 20 minutes from the attractive Dorset town of Sherborne. It is also close to the A303 for an easy drive to/from London (approx 2 hours drive) and Berry’s coaches which operates a twice daily service to London. Other local attractions are a number of National Trust properties including Stourhead and approximately an hour’s drive from the beautiful Dorset coastline featuring some of the best beaches in the country. There is a Waitrose 10 minutes away in Gillingham or at Sherborne and an excellent local farm shop and restaurant at Kimbers (5 minutes away). There is also the renowned Wincanton racecourse and a pretty local park, Cale Park, which features a playground, café with ‘mini-town’ for children and the pretty river Cale which runs through to the countryside behind Loxton House.
From the spacious communal entrance hall stairs rise to the second (top) floor landing with front door to:
ENTRANCE HALL: Security entry phone, smooth plastered ceiling, and built-in storage cupboard with fitted shelf and consumer unit.
LIVING ROOM/KITCHENETTE: 14’9” x 13’4” A light and airy modern open plan room with a large sash window to the front aspect and Dimplex electric radiator with heat control and timer. Kitchen area with a range of gloss fronted wall and base units with work surface over, inset stainless steel round sink, space and plumbing for washing machine, built-in AEG fan assisted electric oven with electric hob over, tiles splashback and downlighters.
BEDROOM 1: 12’1” x 8’ A spacious double bedroom with wall mounted electric radiator, smooth plastered ceiling and window to rear aspect.
BEDROOM 2 12’1” x 8’8” (maximum): An L shaped room with wall mounted MyLek electric radiator, smooth plastered ceiling and sash window to front aspect.
SHOWER ROOM: A modern stylish suite with fully tiled shower cubicle, WC with concealed cistern, wash hand basin with tiled splashback and smooth plastered ceiling with downlighters.
SERVICES: Mains water, electricity, drainage and telephone all subject to the usual utility regulations.
TENURE: Leasehold with share of freehold.
LEASE: 999 years from 25th December 1986.
GROUND RENT: £50pa
SERVICE CHARGE: £30 per month.
COUNCIL TAX BAND: A
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment through the agents.
AGENTS NOTE. The freehold of the building is currently unregistered.
This is a Leasehold Property
- The annual cost for the ground rent on this property is £
- The review period for the ground rent on this property is every year
- Ground rent on this property could increase by up to % at the end of every review period
- The annual service charges for this property is £