In a wonderful position, a beautifully appointed house with far reaching views together with a large garden, paddock and outbuildings. In all the property extends to about 1.5 acres.
Perry Hill Farm was built in the mid 1980s of blue lias stone under a tiled roof. It was acquired by the present owners in 2011, since when it has undergone extensive refurbishment. It is beautifully appointed throughout and has an arrangement which offers versatility, all set in a fabulous rural location.
On the ground floor an entrance hall opens into a delightful double aspect sitting room focused on a handsome fireplace and well fitted out with cupboards and display units. Sliding doors open to a triple aspect garden room with underfloor heating and French windows out to the garden. There is a wonderful double aspect kitchen dining room comprehensively fitted and equipped and with excellent lighting. This in turn gives access to a back hall with utility room and cloakroom beyond. There is hard flooring throughout the living areas, either oak or stone tiled. Also on the ground floor is a separate wing with two bedrooms, both served by a luxuriously fitted wet room. The larger of the two bedrooms also accesses a gym or games room. This wing is ideal for older children but equally could provide ground floor bedroom accommodation for those wanting to live principally on the ground floor or with fairly simple adaptation could be an annexe. On the first floor there is a main bedroom with French windows opening out onto a lovely roof terrace from which there are magnificent views through 180 degrees over the Sparkford Vale as far as the Mendips. There are three more bedrooms on the first floor as well as a luxurious bathroom. The smaller of the three bedrooms is currently being used as a study with access to a loft store room. Fittings throughout are of superior quality and the accommodation is generally provided with plenty of storage. The majority of the rooms take full advantage of the aspect and views.
At the front of the house is a large gravelled parking and turning area. The garden is large and principally down to lawn set with a mature ash and pear trees. There is a west facing covered seating area flanked by colourful borders. Beyond is a concrete apron adjacent to which is set a former barn now used as garaging and workshop. The building is readily adaptable for a number of hobby uses and ideal for anyone with classic cars or motorcyles. Across the lane is another stone and tile barn and then beyond a paddock served by a trough and a field gate which opens directly onto a bridleway. In all the property extends to about 1.5 acres.
Purchasers may wish to note that this property is chain free. It should also be noted that Street View does not locate the property.