Meadow View is an attractive detached country house, which has been skilfully and sympathetically remodelled and refurbished by the current owners, to create a beautifully presented versatile family home, with traditional features combined with contemporary fittings. Meadow View offers a wonderful blend of accommodation, which is well suited to a growing family, with a stunning kitchen/dining/living room with Aga, which is clearly the hub of the house and the property enjoys delightful features, including exposed beams and open fireplace. On the first floor there are five double bedrooms, with a lovely master bedroom suite with en suite bathroom, guest bedroom with en suite and a family bathroom. The main accommodation is complemented by a contemporary office/studio and there is oil fired heating and most windows are double glazed.
The property is situated in a delightful plot extending to approximately ½ acre, enjoying a high degree of privacy and a lovely southerly orientation. There is a substantial parking area, single garage and a useful range of outbuildings/stables.
The accommodation comprises:
Entrance door to
Reception Hall with blue lias flagstone floor and door to
Day Room with window to the front providing window seat, built in shelving to one wall, ornate alcove, double doors to
Kitchen/Dining/Living Room. A stunning family living space with bespoke/handmade free standing units with locally made willow baskets, storage space, Brazilian slate and woodblock worktops, double bowl sink unit, four oven Aga (part electric and part oil) with adjacent cupboards, central island, Travertine floor, generous bay window with seating overlooking the garden, French doors to the front elevation, window to rear
Rear Hall with stairs to first floor and glazed and panelled door to
Boot Room with blue lias flagstone floor, door to garden, door to garage
Inner Lobby with doors to Study, Sitting Room and Cloakroom
Study with internal window
Cloakroom with low level w.c., washbasin and oak top table, exposed floorboards and window
Sitting Room with original Inglenook fireplace incorporating wood burning stove, exposed stone to one wall, French doors to garden
Music Room with feature fireplace with adjacent recesses, window to the front elevation, exposed floorboards and door to
Utility with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer, flagstone floor, window, glazed panelled door to garden
Generous Landing area with window with open rural views, range of built in cupboards
Master Bedroom. This is a stunning room with dual aspect windows, with electric blinds,enjoying views, built in wardrobes to one wall
En Suite with corner shower cubicle, twin circular sinks with cupboards under, roll top claw foot bath, exposed floorboards, built in cupboard, window with far reaching views, low level w.c.
Guest Bedroom with dual aspect windows, walk in wardrobe and door to
En Suite with shower cubicle, wash basin with circular sink on an oak stand
Double Bedroom with dual aspect windows
Double Bedroom with window enjoying open views
Double Bedroom with window enjoying open views, built in storage cupboard
Bathroom. This is a very generous sized room with panelled bath with shower over, w.c. with concealed cistern, pedestal wash hand basin and window
Meadow View enjoys a lovely southerly plot extending to approximately ½ acre, enjoying a high degree of privacy. The property is approached from a shared driveway, through a five bar gate onto a gravel parking/turning area giving access to carport and garage with double doors, power, light and oil fired boiler.
Office/Studio with French doors enjoying views, further door to garden, oak floor
There is an alternative vehicular access to the back door via another five bar gate .
The gardens are laid principally to lawn with a wide range of shrubs and trees, generous terrace suitable for outside dining/sitting. There is a delightful pond and kitchen garden with raised planters, store sheds/stables, greenhouse and summerhouse
Meadow View enjoys a delightful situation on the fringes of the village of North Curry which is within walking distance and provides excellent local facilities and amenities, including shop, coffee shop, medical centre, parish church, village hall, public house and primary school. 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
Leave the M5 at Junction 25 and immediately take the A358 as if going to Ilminster. By the Thornfalcon traffic lights at the top of the hill turn left signposted to Langport on the A378. After a short distance turn left towards North Curry and follow this road into the village. Continue through the village on the Stoke St Gregory road and take the right hand turning into Broad Lane. Proceed into Broad Lane and the property will be found on the left hand side. Enter through the second gate.