This property has an interesting history having been occupied in 1851 by Alberto Bioletti, an Italian soldier who fought many campaigns for Napoleon Bonaparte before he settled in Wincanton as a peaceful master clockmaker. His extraordinary past is brought vividly to life in Surviving Napoleon, a novel by local historian John Baxter.
This charming Grade II listed Georgian house is situated in a convenient residential area at the upper end of the High Street within a short walk of the town centre amenities. Although the property requires some refurbishment there is the opportunity to create a home to your own taste and style. This delightful home enjoys a cosy sitting room with period fireplace, spacious kitchen/diner, downstairs WC, three bedrooms, large bathroom gas central heating and garden.
|CHARMING GRADE II LISTED GEORGIAN HOUSE||OCCUPIED BY ITALIAN SOLDIER IN 1851 WHO FOUGHT FOR NAPOLEON BONAPARTE|
|REQUIRING SOME REFURBISHMENT||ENTRANCE VESTIBULE|
|SITTING ROOM WITH CAST IRON FIREPLACE||DINING ROOM WITH ARCHWAY TO KITCHEN|
|SPACIOUS BATHROOM||ATTRACTIVE REAR GARDEN|