A beautifully presented detached house abutting open countryside within a sought after village.
Old Acre is a fine detached house built of hamstone elevations in 1996 and has recently been overhauled by the current owners. The house now has beautiful and stylish interiors and the accommodation is flexible. The property benefits from oil-fired central heating (new boiler 2015) and have recently refurbished the windows including new seals. The ground floor accommodation has either oak or tiled flooring and there are carpets on the first floor.
On the ground floor is a spacious reception hall with cloakroom and understairs cupboards. Open planned dining room off the reception hall with door into the garden. To the rear of the property is a triple aspect sitting room with beamed ceiling as well as a stone fireplace with wood burner stove. The newly installed kitchen comprises a comprehensive range of units with integrated dishwasher. Villeroy & Boch sink. Space for a rangemaster style cooker with caple downdraft extractor. There is a utility room with a range of units, Belfast sink, oil-fired boiler and doors to the garage and garden. Also on the ground floor is a double aspect study.
On the first floor there is a spacious landing with airing cupboard and access to loft space. The master bedroom and principal guest bedroom both have en-suite bathrooms. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom comprising freestanding bath, wash hand basin, WC and shower unit. The master bedroom has a range of built in wardrobes and has delightful views over the garden and paddock land beyond.
The property is approached via a tarmac drive, that rises from the village lane to the house and leads to a parking area with access to a double garage with electric doors (new in 2016), power, light and doors into the utility room and garden. The rear garden has recently been landscaped with well stocked herbaceous beds and borders, lawned area, mature trees including Beech and Ash, raised decking area with summerhouse abutting open countryside. Adjacent to the house is a covered timber pergola, making this an ideal entertaining area.
Barrington is a sought after conservation village with many properties built of local stone and famed for the National Trust property Barrington Court. The village is surrounded by open countryside with many footpaths with excellent walks. The local amenities include Parish Church, Village Hall, Barrington Boar public house and Barrington Court. The village lies approximately equidistant between the County Town of Taunton and the regional centre of Yeovil, both of which have excellent amenities and mainline rail connections to London Waterloo and Paddington respectively.