Tintinhull Road, Chilthorne Domer


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  • Bedrooms: 6
An imposing Georgian Parsonage with versatile accommodation. Not listed. Set in mature gardens totalling 1.31 acres. EPC Band G.


This is a stunning late Georgian home of Hamstone elevations beneath a slate roof which, despite its obvious period charm, has not been listed. The house offers a unique blend of formal and informal living, making it the ideal family home.

The accommodation is highly versatile and offers rooms of a proportion one would expect of Georgian residence of this stature. The formal reception rooms each have full height Georgian sash windows and marble fireplaces with Jet Master open fires. There is a stunning entrance hall with shuttered windows, a butlers cupboard and foldaway shelf and an elegant staircase to the first floor.

The informal accommodation comprises of a library, a snug/playroom, farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, conservatory and a study. The property also has a large utility room and an inner rear hall leading to a cloakroom, store room and workshop. From the rear hallway there are stairs down to the cellar, currently spilt into two sections, one used as a wine cellar and storage in the other. On the first floor is a large landing which can be accessed either by the main stairs or the back stairs. The master bedroom has full length Georgian style sash window with country views, a range of built in wardrobes and a cast iron fireplace. Steps lead down to the master en suite. There are five further double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate shower room.


The property is approached via a carriage driveway with a level lawn to the front. The principle garden lies to the rear and is split in two by a high brick wall, both are laid to level lawn.

To one end of the formal garden is The Coach House which has historically been ancillary accommodation but is currently used as a garage/store, with additional first floor storage. The ground floor has two entry points with double wooden doors, light and power are connected. This building offers potential for a number of uses subject to relevant consents.

The garden totals 1.31 acres with a productive kitchen garden with raised beds and a soft fruit cage in the informal garden. It is a haven for those with children and dogs. Of note there is an outdoor gardeners W.C with pitch roof, wooden door and side window. There is also a log store adjacent to this accessed via the utility/boot room.


Chilthorne Domer is a highly sought after village which is surrounded by countryside yet enjoys proximity to the commercial centre of Yeovil and local transport links. Within the village there is a friendly community and amenities include; The Carpenter's Arms public house, Chilthorne Domer Primary School, church and village hall. Further shopping, leisure and health care facilities are available in Yeovil including a selection of supermarkets, pubs, restaurants and cafes and sporting amenities.

Transport links are good with the A303 trunk road accessible within 3 miles and mainline stations within Yeovil offering links to London (Waterloo), Exeter and Bristol.

Education is also well catered for; in addition to the primary school in the village, there are a variety of other well reputed state and independent establishments within easy reach including The Park, Perrott Hill, Hazelgrove, Sherborne and Millfield at Street.


Mains electric and water. Septic tank drainage. LPG central heating.


Strictly by appointment with vendors' selling agents, Messrs. Stags, Yeovil Office, telephone 01935 475000.


From the A303 heading towards Yeovil/Taunton take the Tininhull exit, turn right signposted Tintinhull and Chilthorne Domer, follow this road for two miles and you come into the village of Chilthorne Domer and reach the 30 miles per hour speed limit sign, the property is the second on the left.

Arrange viewing 01935 321902

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