A rare opportunity to purchase a Grade II listed mews house tucked away in the heart of Wincanton off a cobbled private driveway. The Greyhound dates from the early Georgian period and is believed to have been built by Nathaniel Ireson who re-built much of the centre of Wincanton following a fire in 1707. The property forms part of a former Coaching Inn and Stables which is entitled to bear a Royal Coat of Arms as Queen Victoria stayed there as a child. The accommodation is spread over three floors and enjoys a spacious sitting room with feature arched fireplaces, kitchen with integrated appliances, four bedrooms, garage and walled garden.
|MEWS HOUSE IN DELIGHTFUL TOWN CENTRE LOCATION||SITTING ROOM|
|FITTED KITCHEN||4 BEDROOMS|
|2 BATHROOMS||ATTIC ROOM|
|GAS CENTRAL HEATING||GRADE II LISTED|
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