The Duke of York is situated in the popular and picturesque Shepton Beauchamp, a thriving village with a 13th Century Church, Primary School, Post Office, other small businesses and sports clubs. The village is popular with families and retirees who enjoy living in this charming village with a great community atmosphere and its accessibility to the A303 and other towns and villages in the south Somerset area. The A303 links London to the Westcountry just beyond the town of Ilminster which is approximately 4 miles distant. The county town of Taunton and regional towns of Yeovil and Honiton are all within a short drive as is the beautiful Jurassic coast, situated between East Devon and Dorset. Rail links are found at Crewkerne connecting to Waterloo in London with airports at Exeter and Bristol. There is a wealth of places of interest, historic houses, gardens and other visitor attractions within easy reach of the Duke of York including Barrington Court, East Lambrook Manor Gardens, Montacute House, Muchelney Abbey, Hayes Motor Museum, the Fleet Air Arm Museum, Wells Cathedral and Clarkes Village in Street, to name a few.
This stunning Grade II Listed property is constructed of Ham stone under a pitched tiled roof. The deceptively large property fronts the heart of this picture postcard village and extends up a gentle incline behind. The property has been beautifully renovated and restored over the term of our client’s ownership with a significant single storey brick built letting accommodation annex situated to the rear, built approximately eight years ago. The outside areas have been extensively landscaped with a skittle alley to the side.