Hallicks Farm is a Victorian detached farmhouse enjoying a stunning situation in open countryside and we understand that the current owners have been in residence for approximately forty years. The property offers a lovely blend of accommodation, with many traditional features of the period, with large windows and tall ceilings providing light and airy accommodation and enjoying a wonderful outlook over the unspoilt countryside. The property has been improved during the current owner's occupation and offers a delightful blend of versatile accommodation, with a substantial sitting room/dining room with woodburning stove, delightful conservatory and versatile snug/family room, also with a woodburning stove. On the first floor there are three bedrooms enjoying wonderful views and there is a further flexible bedroom four on the ground floor. The property has the benefit of oil fired heating and double glazing.
Hallicks Farm is situated in a wonderful location with stunning uninterrupted views towards the Quantock Hills, in gardens and grounds extending to 3.178 acres. There is a substantial range of outbuildings, providing workshops and garaging. The vendor informs us that the property is a registered small holding.
The accommodation comprises entrance door to
Entrance Porch with tiled floor, two windows and door to
Sitting/Dining Room. Sitting area with woodburning stove and a stone fireplace with adjacent display shelves, window to the front elevation and archway through to
Dining area with dual aspect windows and door to
Kitchen with a comprehensive range of fitted units with work surfaces with cupboards and drawers under, wall mounted cupboards, stainless steel single drainer sink and a half, built in oven, hob and hood, built in fridge, Chinese slate floor, window and door to
Conservatory with Chinese slate floor, windows overlooking the gardens, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, doors to front and rear
Rear Hall with stairs to first floor, window, built in storage cupboard
Shower Room with shower cubicle, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor, half tiled walls, door to outside, two windows
Snug/Family Room with fireplace incorporating woodburning stove, patio doors to garden, dual aspect windows, display shelf and door to
Study with window to the front elevation
Bedroom 4 with window to the rear elevation, oil fired boiler
Landing with window
Bedroom 1 with dual aspect windows with stunning views to the Quantock Hills
Bedroom 2 with built in wardrobes to one wall, two windows to the front elevation with stunning uninterrupted views across to the Quantock Hills
Bedroom 3 with window overlooking the rear garden
The property is approached over a long track leading to a grass triangle and there is off road parking for multiple vehicles. A five bar gate leads into a driveway giving access to the outbuildings and also a further five bar gate into the paddock. A pedestrian gate leads into the formal gardens, with generous terraced area for outside dining/seating with pond, lawned areas and well stocked borders with flowers and shrubs. To the rear of the property is a hard landscaped, well enclosed garden for ease of maintenance with a timber storage shed. The paddock lies to the front and side of property with a field shelter. There is a substantial collection of outbuildings, which are identified on the enclosed plan.
The property enjoys a stunning situation in open countryside yet is within good access to local facilities and amenities in the nearby villages of Wembdon and Cannington. Bridgwater offers a range of day to day facilities as well as Junction 23 and 24 and 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.
From Bridgwater follow the signs to Chilton Trinity and proceed into the village and take the right hand turn into Straight Drove. Continue along The Drove track for approximately one mile and the property will be found on the right hand side.