Moor View House is a large detached house built in the early 1950's and subsequently extended in later years. The property offers spacious and versatile accommodation and has recently been sympathetically updated and improved by the current owners.
The property is set back from the road in a peaceful setting and as it is elevated, enjoys spectacular long range views over the surrounding countryside.
The house benefits from oil fired central heating and uPVC double glazing. On the first floor are four bedrooms, two of which have en-suite shower rooms. There is also a fine decked balcony which makes the most of the views. On the ground floor there are spacious reception rooms, ideal for entertaining as well as a large terrace to the rear of the house which overlooks the garden and land.
The land which is separated into three paddocks has various stables and outbuildings.
On the ground floor the front door leads into the entrance hall. The sitting room is to the front of the property is an excellent sized room with two windows to the front as well as a feature fireplace with wood burning stove. To the rear of the property is a recently fitted kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of wall and base units under a roll-top work surface and a built in fridge/freezer with space for an electric range style cooker and dishwasher. The dining area has double doors opening out on to the patio area. There is a good sized utililty /dog and boot room with tiled floor, door to rear as well as a separate cloakroom. The study is a versatile room which could also be used as a snug or television room. On the first floor there is a large gallery landing with door leading out to a splendid decked balcony with incredible long range views. The master bedroom is triple aspect and also has a door to the balcony, there is an adjacent bathroom with a freestanding bath with shower facilities, WC and basin. There are three further bedrooms, two of which have an en-suite shower room comprising shower, WC and basin.
Moor View House sits in a good plot set back from the road. Passing through the double gates from the road there an area of garden laid to lawn with mature trees, giving privacy from the road, and as you continue through the second set of gates, a further area of garden is situated adjacent to the rear of the property with a large sun terrace providing an excellent entertaining with delightful views. The driveway leads to a large parking and turning area, as well as access to the garages which comprise one double bay and one single bay with wooden doors, power and light. Adjacent to the parking area are two stables with concrete holding pens in front and direct access to the land, which is divided into three fenced paddocks with water in the two closes to the house. There is a further stable in the middle paddock.
There is a further outbuilding currently used as an ancillary kitchen and benefits from water, power and light. Subject to the necessary consents and minor alterations this could be turned in to an amazing home office or studio/annexe.
Long Load is a popular South Somerset Village located between the larger villages of Martock and Long Sutton which between them have an excellent range of amenities including primary school, pubs, shops, businesses, golf course, churches and doctors surgery. The larger regional towns of Yeovil and Sherborne are within easy commuting distance as is the A303 London to Exeter trunk road. The surrounding area comprises evocative countryside, rich with recreational and cultural pastimes.
On entering the village from the South (Yeovil) Moor View House will be found on the right hand side, prior to the Church.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.