Abbey Street, Crewkerne, Somerset, TA18


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 7
An imposing Grade II Listed home with separate three bedroom Coach House. Grade II Listed.


The property is approached from Abbey Street through double gates which lead to a gravel parking and turning area to the front of the property. At the far end is a garage block; to the rear is access to the stable yard with further parking for several cars. There are lawned gardens to the south, while a terrace runs along the western elevation with a low stone wall and attractive views over the mill stream to the valley beyond. Steps lead down to a lawned area approximately the size of a tennis court and the rest of the gardens, which are largely laid to trees and shrubs.


Behind the Coach House is a patio area overlooking the productive orchard and a parking area with gates to the lane. This gives the Coach House its own independent access if required.



The Abbey is a Grade II listed hamstone house which was built in 1850 on the site of a much older clergy house, some features of which have been incorporated into the present building. In addition to the main house there is a separate detached coach house and the property sits in about an acre, in the oldest part of Crewkerne. Abbey Street leads to open countryside hence the property enjoying some delightful rural views. The main house has accommodation comprising four/five reception rooms, domestic offices seven bedrooms and six bathrooms.


The coach house provides flexible space, currently divided into two properties for letting, with a total of three receptions, two kitchens, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. (producing rental income).


The Abbey is positioned centrally within the market town of Crewkerne, which enjoys an excellent range of every day facilities including a Waitrose Superstore, several shops, banks and post office, and a hospital. Leisure facilities are widely available within the town with a leisure centre attached to the local secondary school and a sports centre in the town with a swimming pool, sports teams and clubs and a gym. On the outskirts of the town is a mainline train station offering links to London (Waterloo) and Exeter, and the A303 trunk road can be joined just 5 miles to the north.


Further amenities are available in the towns of Yeovil, Sherborne and Taunton, which are all within easy reach, and the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site is approximately 30 minutes drive away. Education is well catered for within the area, with a selection of both state and independent schools available nearby including Perrott Hill, The Park, Hazelgrove and Millfield at Street.


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


Proceed into Abbey Street, from behind the town hall in market square. The Abbey will be found on the left near the church.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

Arrange viewing 01935 321902

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