HILLSIDE House is a former farmhouse built of natural stone elevations with brick quoins under a tiled roof.

There is a 1694 date stone on the front elevation, but it is thought that the house may have origins dating back to Tudor times.

The house has immense charm and character and blends different periods of architecture seamlessly into a comfortable family home.

The accommodation comprises, in brief; entrance hallway, sitting room, study, kitchen and dining room, utility, WC.

On the first floor are three double bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom has a pretty fireplace, fitted wardrobes and ensuite shower room with a large airing cupboard and built in storage.

Yeovil Express: Pitney, Langport

The fourth bedroom, in the eaves, is independently accessed from the staircase off the dining room, making it perfect for a guest/craft room or home office.

Outside, to the front of the house is separated from the road by attractive railings with a narrow lawn behind.

The gravel parking area to the side has low stone walls and is accessed by double timber 5-bar gates.

At the rear is a lovely seating area behind the kitchen, with a hand water pump feature.

A path along the back of the house leads to the parking area and log store. The large and private walled garden is set back into the hillside, with planted borders all around and plenty of space for chickens.

SUMMARY: Pitney, Langport. We understand this property is now under offer.

Yeovil Express: Pitney, Langport

Yeovil Express: Pitney, Langport

Yeovil Express: Pitney, Langport

Yeovil Express: Pitney, Langport

Yeovil Express: Pitney, Langport

Yeovil Express: Pitney, Langport