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This centuries old house has been rebuilt in recent years and now offers beautifully appointed accommodation of immense charm and character. It forms part of Nightingale Farm, a substantial farmhouse dating from the medieval period and which in recent years has been divided to provide three individual homes. The property is presented in superb order throughout and incorporates many traditional materials with excellent carpentry including an impressive oak staircase. The accommodation includes a particularly impressive light and airy triple aspect Sitting room which opens through to the dining room, snug and a study area. Part of this room is double height and open to the galleried first floor landing, providing a wonderful feeling of space. The kitchen/breakfast room is beautifully appointed with built-in appliances and outlook over the front garden. On the first floor can be found four bedrooms (one en suite), together with a further bathroom and cloakroom. The property is presented in excellent order throughout with LPgas fired central heating with underfloor heating to the ground floor and traditional radiators on the first floor and the property is also double glazed. In summary, the accommodation comprises:
Oak stable front entrance door opening into the
Reception Hall with tiled floor
Cloakroom with white suite comprising close coupled w.c., wash hand basin with cupboard below
Sitting Room. A light and airy room, well lit, with numerous windows and with oak flooring throughout, stone faced double sided fireplace with inset woodburning stove and with an opening through to the
Garden Room/Snug affording beautiful views over the garden and the surrounding countryside
Study recess with attractive outlook over the side garden
Dining Room. Another light and airy triple aspect room with oak flooring and double doors opening to the side garden
Kitchen/Breakfast Room another room of character with large window overlooking the front garden and barn, comprehensively fitted with a range of white fronted shaker style units with granite work surfaces, with inset one and a half bowl single drainer composite sink unit, built in Neff dishwasher, two corner Carousel units, built in Neff larder fridge, built in Neff double oven and five ring gas hob with cooker hood over, tiled floor, wall mounted Worcester gas fired boiler serving both domestic hot water and central heating systems, former fireplace with oak lintel over, matching the window
Utility Room, a very useful room with fitted worktop with inset one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with cupboard and drawers below, space for freezer and plumbing for automatic washing machine, fitted shelving
A solid oak staircase gives access to a large galleried landing with hatch to loft space
Master Bedroom, a light and airy double aspect room with vaulted ceiling and with views to adjacent farm land, two built in double wardrobes with shelving and hanging rails, two wall light points
En Suite Shower Room with "walk in" shower enclosure, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled w.c., bidet
Bedroom 2 with window on the front elevation affording attractive views over the surrounding countryside and to the Quantock Hills in the distance
Bedroom 3 with window running the length of the room with outlook over the side garden, hatch to loft space
Bedroom 4 with two windows on the side elevation
Family Bathroom/Shower Room with white suite comprising panelled bath with folding shower screen and shower unit over, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled w.c., airing cupboard housing the insulated hot water cylinder with immersion
Separate Cloakroom with white suite comprising close coupled w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin.
A paved path gives access to the front door, flanked by areas of lawn with flower and shrub borders. To the rear of the property can be found a further area of lawn, with pond and gravelled seating area making a most attractive dining out area and enjoying glorious views over the surrounding farm land. Steps rise to give access to a further area of garden suitable for vegetables. From the front garden steps descend to give access to a further paved terraced area and a small orchard. Here can be found a very useful attached barn/outbuilding divided into two "rooms", one providing garaging and the other a very useful store/workshop. In 2009 planning permission (now lapsed) was granted for its conversion to provide a hobby space and office. App. no. 09/00617/LBC
The property occupies an attractive semi-rural location, adjacent to open countryside situated in an elevated position on the edge of the Somerset Levels. Beer can be found between the large country town of Langport which is approximately 3½ miles and Othery about 1½ miles. Both provide shops and facilities for day to day needs. The popular village of High Ham is about 1½ miles away and here can be found a highly regarded primary school.
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