This substantially improved and extended period family home offers beautifully appointed accommodation of immense charm and character with many original features, including an impressive inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove. The property now provides spacious four bedroom family accommodation, including a large sitting room, dining room and well-appointed kitchen. On the first floor there are four bedrooms (three of which are doubles) and the master bedroom has an en suite shower room. The property is double glazed and has oil fired central heating.
In summary, the accommodation comprises:
Sitting Room, a room of lovely proportions enjoying a pleasant double aspect with a large inglenook fireplace with inset woodburning stove on a tiled hearth, staircase to first floor
Dining Room another good sized double aspect room with window overlooking the garden and part glazed door opening to the internal courtyard
Kitchen comprehensively fitted a range of Beech custom built base and wall mounted units with solid wood work surface with inset one and a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for dishwasher, space for cooker and fridge, understairs storage cupboard, opening through to
Rear Hallway with door to garden and further built in cupboards
Utility Room with plumbing for automatic washing machine, Worcester Heatslave 20/25 oil fired boiler serving domestic hot water and central heating systems, door to
Cloakroom with white low level w.c. and wash basin
Landing with built in shelved storage cupboard
Master Bedroom a lovely light and airy double aspect room with beautiful views over the garden and towards the Quantock Hills
En-Suite Shower Room with suite comprising tiled shower recess with Mira Sport Shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled w.c.
Bedroom 2 another good sized double room enjoying a pleasant double aspect with hatch to loft space with pull down ladder
Bedroom 3 again another double room with window on the front elevation
Bedroom 4 with overstairs storage recess, window overlooking garden and again with views towards the Quantock Hills
Family Bathroom with modern white suite comprising panelled bath with separate shower unit over, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled w.c., built in shelved linen cupboard
The gardens enjoy a wonderful south westerly aspect and have been equally well maintained. They include a large expanse of lawn, bounded by well stocked flower and shrub borders designed to provide colour and interest throughout the year. The gardens are enclosed by panelled fencing and mature hedging and adjoin open farmland and accordingly enjoy a good deal of privacy. Adjacent to the property can be found a brick paved terrace providing an attractive dining/sitting out area. The garden includes a number of mature trees, including a walnut tree and two bay trees. There is a stone built former privy with adjacent kennels/dog run, timber garden shed.
A winding brick path gives access to a large gravelled parking area with parking for at least six cars and give access to the detached timber framed garage with timber double doors, electric light and power connected. Beyond the driveway can be found a productive kitchen garden area. In all the plot extends to about 0.25 acre
The property enjoys an attractive location standing adjacent to open farmland and enjoying glorious southerly views towards the Quantock Hills. These hills have been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and they provide miles of footpaths and bridleways, ideal for those with walking and riding interests. Whilst enjoying an attractive rural location, the property is by no means remotely situated as the popular village of Nether Stowey is about 1½ miles away and here can be found good local amenities, including shops, doctors' surgery, primary school, pubs and village hall. The larger centres of Bridgwater and Taunton are also readily accessible, with Taunton the county town being about 9 miles away.
Leave Taunton in a northerly direction heading towards Kingston St Mary. Proceed through this village and up onto the Quantock Hills. At the Pines Café continue straight over, following the signs towards Nether Stowey. Follow this road continuing through the hamlet of Plainsfield and at Marsh Mills crossroads turn right signposted Cannington and Bridgwater. Continue along this road and the property will be the first on the right hand side after approximately 400 yards.