The Old Farm is a most attractive detached period farmhouse believed to be 18th Century in origin with significant Victorian extensions. The property is offered with vacant possession and has been regularly updated over the last 20 years, including the recent addition of new carpets to the stairs and landing. The house has a number of beautiful period features and has flexible accommodation arranged over two floors. There is gas fired central heating with radiators and the accommodation offers a high degree of flexibility.
On the ground floor is a period front door under a storm canopy which leads into a wide entrance hall with flagstones. There are three reception rooms to the front of the property, the drawing room has a fine inglenook fireplace with bressummer beam and bread oven. Display cabinets. The sitting room also has an inglenook fireplace with open fire canopy, flagstone floor and beamed ceilings. The dining room also has a beam. To the rear of the property is a large kitchen/dining room with tiled floor (old quarry tiles in the dining area) and also access into a small study/computer room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wooden fronted units, an inset electric Aga with gas hob and cooker hood over and an island unit. There are two doors which lead to the side. Also on the ground floor is a utility room and cloakroom.
A wide staircase leads up to a spacious landing (with newly fitted carpets) from which there is access into all five bedrooms. The master bedroom at the rear has a dressing room and very spacious en-suite bathroom with bath, shower, WC and basin and the second bedroom also has an en-suite shower room. There is a large family bathroom and walk in airing cupboard.
To the front of the property is a most attractive classic English cottage garden with a path to the front door, flanked by lawns and shaped box hedging, various shrubs and herbaceous beds and borders. A gravelled driveway from the side leads to the rear of the property where there is an extensive gravelled parking/turning area and access into the double garage which has an up and over door and staircase leading to a studio above. The balance of the gardens lie to the rear and are on three tiers, mostly laid to lawn with shrubs, mature trees and at the bottom bordering a small stream. On the middle tier is a heated swimming pool.
Misterton is an attractive and popular village just to the South East of Crewkerne. The village has a garage, restaurant, primary school and is very convenient for Crewkerne and the railway station which runs to London Waterloo. Crewkerne has a range of amenitieis including a Waitrose supermarket, boutique shops and secondary schools. Misterton is convenient for the A303, the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline as well as the larger towns of Yeovil and Taunton.
From the centre of Crewkerne take the A356 signposted to Dorchester and continue past the railway station round a sharp left hand bend into the village. Pass the garage on the left hand side and look for the turning into Silver Street. The property will be found after a few hundred yards on the left hand side opposite Packers Way.
Mains water, electricity, drainage, gas fired central heating with radiators.
South Somerset District Council
Council Tax - Band F