Timberscombe SOMERSET

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  • Highly Attractive Four Bedroom Period House
  • Stables, Barns and Manege
  • Available With Approx. 15 or 20 Acres
  • Glorious Setting With Direct Access To Extensive Outriding
  • Situated Within Exmoor National Park

A highly attractive, period four bedroom house, available with approx. 15 or 20 acres, with stables, barns and manege and direct access to extensive outriding within Exmoor National ParkThe original parts of the property are believed to date back over 200 years, with extensions added in Victorian times and more recently in 2006.The private equestrian facilities are superb and from the property there is direct access onto a bridleway which leads to many miles of wonderful off-road hacking through Hats Wood, Croydon Hill, Gallox Hill and on to Dunster and Timberscombe.

The property is available with no onward chain.

Timberscombe is a pretty village with a Post Office, village shop, pub and church. Dunster offers a wider range of local amenities as well as a popular beach, and a fuller range of shops and facilities, including a specialist horse vet / hospital can be found in Minehead.



Price Guide £765,000 Ref: EO5719


A comfortable family home with many character features, oil-fired central heating, super-fast broadband and double glazing.

There is the following accommodation, please refer to the floor plan for approx. room sizes.

Ground Floor

Main Entrance a part glazed front door leads to:

Boot Room slate floor, boiler cupboard, access to:

Kitchen / Dining Room two front windows, side window, rear window, glazed external door, wooden and slate floor, built-in range of base and wall pine units with worksurfaces, incorporating Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine, oil fired two oven Aga, electric cooker point

Sitting Room two rear windows, rear door to Porch, stone fireplace with log burner

Hall stairs rising to first floor

Cloakroom wash hand basin, WC

Study /Dining Room front and side windows, wooden floor

First Floor

Landing with doors to:

Bedroom front window, glazed double doors to Juliet Balcony

En suite Shower Room rear window, WC, wash hand basin, cubicle with mains shower

Bedroom rear window, wooden floor

Bathroom rear window plus skylight window, panelled bath, WC, wash hand basin

Bedroom rear window, high vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, wooden floor

Bedroom rear, front and side windows with wonderful, far-reaching views

Price Guide £765,000Ref: EO5719


The property is set well back from a country road and is approached along a gated drive which leads to a parking area to the rear of the house and on to a large tarmacadam yard to the front.

To the rear of the house, adjacent to the drive is a:

Log Store 15’3 x 14’6 (about 4.6m x 4.5m)

Stone Store 11’9 x 6’6 (about 3.6m x 2m) with light and power

Barn 18’ x 15’ (about 5.5m x 4.6m) built of timber and GI

There is a lovely secluded, lawned garden to the top side of the house with a concrete patio and a number of fruit trees. Within the garden there is an old Storage Shed in need of repair.

Off the main concrete yard to the front of the house is the:

Stable Barn 34’6 x 30’7 (about 10.6m x 9.2m) block walls with corrugated roof, concrete base, light power and water supplies, incorporating:

Five Loose Boxes each approx. 11’ x 11’ (about 3.4m x 3.4m) with auto drinkers

Tack Room 11’ x 11’ (about 3.4m x 3.4m)

Two Foaling Boxes each 14’6 x 13’ (about 4.5m x 4m) block walls with corrugated roof

Manege 40m x 20m post and railed with sand and rubber surface

The land adjoins to the south and east. The fifteen acres includes gently sloping grazing paddocks enclosed with hedging and post and rail fencing, plus approx. eight acres of mature, mixed broad leaf woodland. The optional five acres adjoins to the east. 


 (About 6 or 8 Hectares)

Price Guide £765,000Ref: EO5719