Bowhay we understand was originally constructed for a retiring clergyman in the 1920s and the current owners have been in residence since 2002. The property offers a delightful blend of individual accommodation, with a stunning dining hall with elm panelled walls and lantern style roof, delightful sitting room with fireplace and square bay window enjoying rural views and well appointed modern kitchen. The property offers three bedroomed accommodation, with the benefit of double glazing and oil fired heating.
Bowhay is situated in a delightful plot extending to just under two acres with views over the surrounding countryside, garage and carport.
The accommodation comprises:
Entrance door to
Entrance Porch with glazed door to
Dining Hall with elm timber panelling to the walls, feature hamstone fireplace incorporating woodburning stove, wood floor, lantern style ceiling
Sitting Room with feature fireplace incorporating woodburning stove, bay window enjoying views to the front elevation, window to side
Kitchen/Breakfast Room with a range of fitted units providing work surfaces with cupboards and drawers under, wall mounted cupboards, space for range cooker, window enjoying views, built-in dishwasher, tiled floor, door to walk-in airing cupboard/storage cupboard, doorway to
Utility Area with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, door to side porch with door to garden
Bedroom 1 with dual aspect windows enjoying views and fireplace
Bedroom 2 with window
Bedroom 3 with French doors to garden, fireplace, built-in wardrobe, exposed wood floor
Bathroom with suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle, travertine floor and window
Separate W.C. with low level w.c., window and wood floor
Entrance gates lead onto a driveway providing parking and turning and giving access to a garage with up and over door and substantial adjoining carport. The property is situated in delightful formal gardens with expanses of lawn and enjoying distant views over the surrounding countryside. There is a timber decked sitting area with pergola, generous terraced area and range of mature shrubs and trees. Beyond the garden is a paddock and the whole extends to 1.84 acres.
Bowhay is situated on the edge of the village of Hambridge and within the village there is a public house, primary school and post office. The larger village of Curry Rivel and the country towns of Ilminster and Langport provide further amenities with at the latter supermarkets, etc. Taunton, the County Town, provides a comprehensive range of recreational, scholastic and shopping facilities as well as a main line railway station and M5 Motorway interchange.
Hambridge lies on the B3166 between Curry Rivel and Ilminster. Approaching from Curry Rivel in the north, proceed into the village passing an inn on the right and the village green. Continue through the village and the property will be found on the right hand side before you reach the parish church on the left hand side.