Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, Fine Living Area with Vaulted Ceiling Comprising Sitting Area and Dining Area, Mezzanine Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Three further Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms (One En-suite), Sitting Room/Snug with Mezzanine Office Over. Courtyard and Garden, Detached Double Garage and Workshop.
The floor plan was prepared before the former first floor en suite bathroom was changed to a shower.
The property was originally a stone Threshing Barn and adjacent brick built cow stores which were converted into a fine dwelling by the former owners in 1998. The Grade II Listed building was developed under the watchful eye of a renowned local architect and has individual and flexible accommodation which could easily provide a self contained annexe of a variable size.
The property is attached on one wall to a neighbouring barn conversion and has LPG gas central heating with radiators.
Under the current ownership a whole number of further improvements have been carried out and the accommodation is extremely well presented.
On the ground floor is a reception hall with cloakroom and an arch leads into the former threshing barn which is a fine open room with vaulted ceiling divided into a living area with multi-fuel stove and a raised dining area. A staircase leads up to a beautiful mezzanine bedroom over with an en-suite shower room and also a walk-in wardrobe. The remainder of the accommodation is located in the former cow sheds and includes a kitchen with custom made wooden units, a utility room, two further bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and one further bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. There is also another reception room currently used as a sitting room/snug with steps up to a mezzanine office (limited head height on access) with spacious under eaves storage. A rear lobby with door to courtyard would provide an ideal entrance for a self contained annexe.
An entrance leads through the stone boundary wall into a beautiful courtyard with shrubs, sitting areas and a water feature. A pergola leads into an area of lawned garden with mature trees and shrubs. There is a detached double garage with electric 'up and over' doors with workshop area.
South Perrott is an attractive and sought after Dorset village close to the Somerset border and surrounded by delightful countryside, much of which is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The village has a pub and Church but is within easy reach of Crewkerne which has a wider range of amenities including Waitrose supermarket, primary and secondary schools and mainline rail connections to London Waterloo. The World Heritage Site Coastline is a short drive away as are the delightful Dorset towns of Beaminster and Bridport.