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Hilltop House is a substantial detached period house and barn. The versatile accommodation includes five bedrooms (two en-suite), three reception rooms and two studios. Additional to the refitted kitchen/breakfast room there are two good sized utility rooms. The large property includes a small commercial space. Historically this was a village shop that could be used as a commercial space, or incorporated in the residential accommodation or adapted for use as a self contained annexe, subject to any necessary consents. The substantial barn is directly accessible from the main house and offers tremendous scope and potential, subject to any necessary planning consents and is currently used as a play/games area with a generous mezzanine area above.
Hilltop House is situated in a plot extending to approximately 0.8 acre, enjoys a high degree of privacy and delightful rural views. There is a generous car parking area and a single garage.
The property is approached from the veranda into a
Reception Hall with stairs rising to the first floor, built in storage cupboard, double doors to
Family Room with fireplace, French windows opening onto the veranda, wood floor
Sitting Room with open fireplace, bay window to the side elevation, French doors opening onto the garden, solid hardwood floor
Kitchen/Breakfast Room a lovely room well suited to a modern lifestyle with French doors opening onto the veranda and fitted with a comprehensive range of units, built-in dishwasher, breakfast bar, tiled floor, understairs storage cupboard, door to conservatory and archway to adjoining
Dining Room with dual aspect windows, tiled floor, stairs to first floor and door to
Utility with door to garden, tiled floor, window, single drainer stainless steel sink unit, oil fired boiler, door to built-in understairs storage cupboard
Conservatory with French doors to veranda and door to courtyard garden, tiled floor
Study 1 with double doors to
Study 2 with window and door to
Commercial space with windows and door to the outside and door to
Workroom with sink and storeroom with door to
Inner Hall with door to
Cloakroom with low level w.c., wash basin, window
Laundry area, range of units, single drainer sink and a half, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer, coat cupboard, tiled floor, window
Cloakroom with low level w.c. and wash basin, window
Barn with mezzanine, French doors to courtyard, timber floor, skylights and windows
Landing with airing cupboard, built-in storage cupboard
Bedroom 1 with dual aspect windows with views to garden and beyond, built-in wardrobes, door to landing with second staircase to ground floor, door to
En-Suite with corner shower cubicle, panelled bath, low level w.c. and window
Bedroom 2 with built-in wardrobe, fireplace, window with views, door to
En-Suite with corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c. and window
Bedroom 3 with window with views
Bedroom 4 with window with views
Bedroom 5 with window, built-in wardrobe
Family Bathroom with suite comprising panelled bath, shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., window with views
Gardens and Grounds
The property is situated in delightful private gardens, in a plot extending to approximately 0.8 acre. There is a veranda to the front elevation providing covered seating/dining, extending around to the side of the property. The garden is laid principally to lawn with a range of mature shrubs and trees, including fruit trees and there is a circular timber base suitable for the erection of a yurt. The land extends around to the side of the property to an area suitable as a small paddock or a further garden which is accessed from the driveway through a five bar gate. Driveway suitable for a number of vehicles and gives access to a garage with up and over door, power and light and adjoining woodshed. There is a further area of hard landscaped garden connecting the house and the barn, with raised flower beds, herb garden, paved and brick pathways. There is a further timber decked area with hot tub that also provides a lovely outside dining/seating area
Hilltop House is situated on the fringes of the favoured village of Broadway which is nestled at the foot of the Blackdown Hills designated an area of outstanding natural beauty, providing miles of footpaths and bridleways. The village of Broadway enjoys a primary school, whilst the village and the sister village of Horton together form an active community with facilities including inn, post office, restaurant and parish church. There are local facilities and amenities in the nearby town of Ilminster, whilst 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.
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