The Coach House has been skilfully and sympathetically converted to provide well proportioned accommodation. The superb sitting room centres around a fireplace with a wood burning stove and there are French doors opening onto the patio. There is a stunning bespoke French oak kitchen with integrated appliances and granite work surfaces. The property has the benefit of oil fired heating and double glazing.
The property is situated in a delightful, landscaped garden with superb rural views and there is a generous parking area with garage.
The accommodation comprises:
Entrance door to
Reception Hall with door to understairs storage cupboard and door to
Cloakroom with low level w.c., wash basin and double glazed window
Sitting Room with fireplace incorporating woodburning stove, French doors to patio, two windows with views to the rear over fields. Stairs to First Floor. Exposed beams.
Dining Room with window with views over fields
Study with window with views over fields
Kitchen with a stunning bespoke French oak kitchen with granite and oak work surfaces, fitted cast iron one and a half bowl sink, Quooker boiling water tap, integrated fridge and freezer, Neff warming drawer, Siemens double oven, 5 ring induction hob and extractor canopy, English Delft tiles, Italian porcelain floor tiles and double glazed window
Utility with fitted French oak units with oak work surfaces, pull-out larder, two freezers, Belfast sink, space for washing machine and tumble dryer and oil fired boiler
Landing with feature semi circular arched window, airing cupboard with tank
Bedroom 1 with fireplace, window with views, fitted wardrobes, door to
En Suite with a recently fitted suite comprising panelled bath, electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., skylight and eaves storage cupboard
Bedroom 2 with window with view over fields to rear, feature semi circular arched window, fitted wardrobes
Bedroom 3 with window with views over fields
Bathroom with a recently fitted suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., window
The property is approached via a shared driveway giving access to a five bar gate leading onto a private gravelled driveway leading to a parking area with small garage.
The gardens have been delightfully landscaped to provide a generous lawned area with well stocked borders, mature fruit tree and enjoying superb views over the surrounding countryside. There are steps leading from the lawned area to a pleasant hard landscaped garden which provides a private sitting/outside dining are, enjoying a good orientation with raised kitchen garden, timber store and greenhouse.
The Coach House enjoys a delightful position in the small hamlet of Woolmersdon, which is situated in the Quantock foothills which have been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. These hills provide excellent riding and walking opportunities with a good network of footpaths and bridleways. Despite enjoying such an idyllic location the property is by no means isolated as the nearby town of North Petherton provides good local amenities for day to day needs, including a primary school, shops, popular Indian restaurant, church and inns, together with access to the M5 at Junction 24.
Taunton, the County Town, provides a comprehensive range of shops, excellent schools within both the state and independent sectors, a theatre, racecourse, country cricket ground and a main line rail link to London (Paddington). The M5 (Junction 25) is accessed on the eastern side of the town and close to this junction there is a large out of town shopping and leisure complex.
From Junction 24 of the M5 motorway, proceed into North Petherton and turn right into Old Road, signed Goathurst. Continue straight along this road and up Dancing Hill. After approximately 200 yards turn right at the T junction, signed Woolmersdon. Continue down the hill and turn right on a sharp bend, signed Bridgwater. After passing Woolmersdon House on the right hand side, the driveway to the Coach House will be found on the right.