Church Cottage is a charming Grade II listed detached period cottage, which has been sympathetically extended by the current owners creating a wonderful family home. The cottage is built of hamstone elevations under
a thatched roof. There are many delightful period features including a listed 'Bothy' in the garden and the house has an atmosphere and charm of its own. Outside there are beautiful landscaped gardens with views towards the church. The property has gas central heating and some secondary glazing.
On the ground floor a door leads into the entrance hall with slate flooring and doors to the principle reception rooms. The sitting room has a brick built fireplace with woodburning stove, three feature window seats and Georgian corner unit. From here stairs lead to the first floor and further door to the study. There is a utility room with fitted units, belfast sink,
boiler cupboard and cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. There is a
further reception room which could be used as a snug/playroom, which
opens into the stunning extension incorporating the kitchen/breakfast
room with plenty of space for a dining table and fitted with a range of
handmade bespoke wooden units, with oak work surfaces over , double
belfast sink, integral dishwasher, space for american style fridge/freezer and
range cooker . This opens into the orangery with oak roof light and full
length windows and french doors overlooking the rear garden. There is slate flooring throughout this room, with underfloor heating.
On the first floor is a landing with windows to the rear, enjoying views over the garden and towards the church. The master bedroom is double aspect with a partially vaulted ceiling, and there are a further three bedrooms, the
second having an ensuite shower room and a family bathroom with modern suite comprising bath, separate shower, wash hand basin and wc.
The gardens have been attractively landscaped with a private slate patio area adjacent to the orangery, complete with pizza oven making it a wonderful entertaining area. From here steps with a hamstone retaining wall lead to the main garden area, which is laid to lawn with established
flower and shrub borders, along with a cooking apple tree, pear tree and raised vegetable beds. The 'Bothy' has hamstone and cladded elevations, with a tiled roof and has planning permission to convert into a more useable space, such as a home office or hobby room. Behind here is a
further store, and wired chicken run. There are double gates at the side of the property leading out to a pathway, which provides access to the front of the property and church, there is a further area at the other side of the
cottage which has a gate to the front and provides a useful area to store wood.
Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council
Tax Band F