♦ Set in Approx. 3 Acres with Stabling and Paddocks
♦ An Interesting Four Bedroom Arts & Crafts Property
(East Wing of Country House)
♦ Easy Access to Superb Riding on Quantock Hills
♦ Walking Distance of Village Shop and Inn
Price Guide £575,000 Ref: JN4864
In the agent’s opinion, this property has much character with the accommodation arranged on three floors, it has mains gas central heating and has mainly double glazing and the accommodation with approx. room sizes is as follows:
RECEPTION HALL 16’ x 7’8 (about 4.9m x 2.3m) with two front windows and door to front
KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM 17’ x 13’11 (about 5.2m x 4.2m) (max) with gas fired Aga in red, stainless steel sink and drainer, wall and base units, plumbing for dishwasher, door to utility area
SIDE LOBBY / BOOT ROOM L shaped with window and radiator, doors to front and rear, coat hanging space
UTILITY CLOAKROOM 7’8 x 6’3 (about 2.3m x 1.9m) Belfast sink and tap, WC, radiator, plumbing for washing machine
SITTING ROOM 18’4 x 17’9 > 12’3 (about 5.6m x 5.4m >3.7m) (max) irregularly shaped with three front windows, two radiators, faux fireplace, door to:
INNER HALL with radiator, stairs to first floor, doors to:
SHOWER ROOM with wash hand basin, shower base with electric shower
DINING ROOM 12’5 x 9’10 (about 3.7m x 3m) with former fireplace (not in use), cupboards either side, shelved recess areas and quarry tiled flooring
LANDING door and stairs to second floor
BEDROOM FOUR / DRESSING ROOM 10’ x 7’5 > 4’8 (about 3m x 2.2m >1.4m) (max) into recess, front window, built-in wardrobes (we understand the vendor had a single bed in this room in the past)
BATHROOM with two windows, wash hand basin, bath, WC, part wall tiling, radiator
BEDROOM 12’10 x 7’8 (about 3.9m x 2.3m) with side window, built-in airing cupboard with wall mounted gas fired boiler and hot water cylinder, further built-in cupboard
BEDROOM 11’5 x 10’4 > 9’2 (about 3.4m x 3.1m > 2.7m) front window, double door cupboard
BEDROOM SUITE 21’4 x 15’4 (about 6.5m x 4.6m) (max) L shaped with large roof light, slit window, exposed timbers, under-eaves store cupboard, two radiators, partly restricted roof height
Price Guide £575,000Ref: JN4864
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
The property is approached via a driveway off the country lane which leads into the village. The driveway services the adjoining house and one other property. Off the driveway there is a front garden area, part wooded and banked with a lovely sheltered seating area having beautiful views to the hills. There are steps and a gated access leading down to driveway and up to the stable yard, which also has a separate access off the lane shared with another stable yard. To the rear of the house there are terraced rear garden areas with steps up to a paved seating area as well as a lawned area with flower and shrub beds and a pretty rose arch leading up to the top garden which in turn gives access into the land.
There are the following outbuildings with approximate sizes:
STABLE YARD with
THREE LOOSE BOXES each approx. 12’ x 11’7 (about 3.6m x 3.5m) (int)
FOALING BOX 16’ x 12’ (about) currently part divided
Mainly timber construction on a concrete base with light, power and outside water tap
OPEN HAY STORE 11’ x 8’11 (about 3.3m x 2.7m)
The land leads on beyond the stable yard and comprises three main paddocks of gently sloping pastureland with some spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. There are some lovely mature trees providing shade for horses, etc. The top field also has a view to Bridgwater Bay on a clear day. Within the field accessed from the garden there is a SHED / SUMMER HOUSE and ORCHARD with apple and plum trees.
IN ALL APPROX. 3 ACRES (About 1.2 Hectares)
Price Guide £575,000Ref: JN4864
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