This century s old detached character house offers a wealth of traditional period features including exposed beams and inglenook fireplaces. It offers light and airy accommodation with a most attractive double aspect sitting room with wood burning stove and opens through to the conservatory affording a lovely outlook over the garden. The dining room also has a wood burning stove and the kitchen/breakfast room enjoys a double aspect with views over the garden and has a two oven Aga. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, a bathroom and separate shower room.
An undoubted feature of the property are the gardens which provide the house with a wonderful setting and afford it a good deal of privacy. There is ample off-road parking together with a tandem double garage and further outbuildings. Situated on the opposite side of the country lane can be found a further area of grass with swimming pool. There is also an area of woodland which, in turn, leads through to the paddock. In all the grounds extend to approximately 2 acres.
In the summary the accommodation comprises
Sitting Room. A light and airy double aspect reception room with a wealth of exposed ceiling timbers, inglenook fireplace and inset wood burning stove.
Conservatory providing an attractive outlook overlooking the garden.
Dining Room. Another room of character with exposed beams and inglenook fireplace with inset wood burning stove.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room enjoying an attractive double aspect overlooking the garden with fitted base units recess with two oven Aga and further built in panty. Door to rear entrance hall and door to utility.
Master Bedroom enjoying a double aspect with built in wardrobes and exposed ceiling beams.
Adjacent bathroom with modern white suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and closed couple W/C.
Bedroom 2 with attractive outlook over the rear garden
Bedroom 3 with exposed beams and attractive rural views.
Bedroom 4 with exposed beam and built in cupboard.
Shower room with white suite comprising corner shower enclosure, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level w/c
The gardens are very much a feature of the property and provide the house with a wonderful setting and afford it a high level of privacy. They are laid mainly to lawn, bounded and interspersed with flower and shrub borders. Double gates open to a large gravelled area providing ample off-road parking and giving access to a detached stone built garage and further detached stone outbuilding. Situated on the other side of the quiet country lane is a further area of garden with a swimming pool and summer house. From here steps lead down to a further wooded area which in turn leads onto a small paddock. In total, the land extends to about 2 acres.
Culverhayes occupies a delightful rural situation with no immediate neighbours and standing adjacent to open farmland. The property lies close to the popular village of Bicknoller which lies at the foot of the Quantock Hills which have been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and they provide miles of footpaths and bridleways ideal for those with riding and walking interests. Bicknoller has a pub and community run shop. The larger country town of Williton is close by providing amenities for day to day needs
Leave Taunton in a North-Westerly direction heading towards Williton and Minehead. Continue past the village of Crowcombe and onto Halsway Hill and on cresting this hill turn left, (just beyond the right hand turning to Halsway). Continue down Culverhayes Lane bearing right at the first junction. At the grass triangle bear left and continue for a further 100 yards and the property is the first on the right hand side.