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This double fronted three storey period residence is situated in a delightful location on the main high street close the Yarn Market and many other attractions of this historic village and offers a rare opportunity to acquire a period property offering versatility and currently with its own shop premises.
Built in the17th Century and part of an historic inn with the unique name of The Horse and Crook, the present owners built up a business from scratch and is now being run as a shop. The shop itself has an excellent reputation for unusual high quality interiors, accessories and gifts and the purchaser would benefit from taking over valuable exclusive suppliers, and is being offered for sale due to retirement. The current owner has also undertaken major renovation works to the building in 2007 including replacement roof, rear extensions to first and second floors and reconfiguration of internal layout.
The gas centrally heated and well presented accommodation still retains some period features to include lovely large inglenook fireplace and the accommodation in brief comprises; wide timber door leading to the entrance lobby with door leading into the shop. The shop area formally the sitting room has front aspect windows overlooking the high street and a large inglenook fireplace with heavy beam and mantle over. Doors lead into the large storeroom and hallway where stairs lead up to the first floor. The kitchen/breakfast room with a rear aspect window, base and wall units, butlers sink, electric Aga and door into the utility room and WC and a door leads out into the walled courtyard garden.
On the first floor is the living room/former bedroom with front aspect windows overlooking the high street and original elm floorboards. There is a good sized bedroom with a rear aspect window and a beautifully fitted family bathroom, with front aspect window. On the second floor is a good sized bedroom with excellent storage facilities and an en-suite shower room.
To the front of the property is a wide cobbled area and at the rear is an enclosed part walled south facing garden offering a high degree of privacy.
2/3 bedrooms (one en-suite)
Dunster is served by a local post office, newsagents, delicatessen and various other shops, inns, tea rooms and restaurants to help cater for the many tourists that are attracted to this popular village. There is also a primary school, village church and a number of attractions to include magnificent Dunster Castle, Yarn Market, Dove Cote and Conygar Tower.
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