Crewkerne is an active market town, which offers a good range of amenities. These include various shops, a Waitrose store, post office, library, banks, day centre, leisure centre with swimming pool and gym, doctors’ surgery, small hospital, dentist, a variety of schools and nurseries, other professional services and many social and sporting activities. A mainline rail service (London – Waterloo) is available from the town’s station.
Communal Entrance Hall
Communal entrance door and hall with individual letter boxes, access to private storage room and utility room with electric and water connected. Visitor W.C. Shared original feature staircase to second floor.
Private front door opening to:
Stone mullion windows either side, storage cupboard, night storage heater, wooden laminate floor. Door to
16' 6'' x 14' 8'' (5.03m x 4.47m) max
Two stone mullion windows to one side and one to the other. The kitchen has been recently fitted with a range of white units and comprises 4 base units, 1 drawers and 3 wall units, work surfaces with tiled splash back, acrylic sink unit, built in electric oven/grill with 4 ring ceramic hob over and filter hood above, wooden laminate floor, T.V. aerial socket, telephone point. Off the hall there is a door to:
Mullion window to side, glass and tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower fitted, wash hand basin in vanity unit with cupboards beneath, low level W.C., partially tiled walls, mirror fronted storage cupboard, extractor fan, wooden laminate flooring.
7' 11'' x 6' 0'' (2.41m x 1.83m)
With two windows, shelving and space for washing machine.
6' 0'' x 2' 9'' (1.83m x 0.84m)
With a window to the side aspect.
De Combe House occupies a prominent position towards the outskirts of the town with views from the grounds south to the surrounding countryside. The gardens are well stocked with a variety of mature shrubs and trees including mature beech and Scots pine. a private sweeping driveway leads to the front of the building where there is ample visitors parking. the driveway continues around to the rear of the property where there is a dedicated parking space. In all the grounds extend to c. half an acre.
The management charge is £59 PCM and there is 969 years left on the lease. The property is leasehold with share of freehold.