An outstanding single story barn conversion
in beautiful condition with a lovely garden
The Old Mill House is a stone built barn conversation which
was converted in 1997. The property forms part of a small
courtyard complex of converted farm buildings all of which
are built of natural stone under a tiled roofs. The Old Mill
House has been comprehensively refurbished as well as
extended by its current owners and features beautiful,
characterful and individual interiors and versatile living
accommodation. The property has oil fired central heating
and sealed unit double glazing.
The front door leads in to a dining hall with wooden floor
and vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. A doorway leads in
to a double aspect sitting room which also has a vaulted
ceiling with beams, double doors to the rear garden and a
stone fireplace. To the rear and accessed from the dining hall is a recent extension which comprises a study with flagstone floors and velux window which is turn leads to a utility room and cloakroom with flagstone floors and a door to the rear garden. The kitchen is a beautiful room with limestone flooring and quality kitchen fittings with quartz work tops and an integrated dishwasher. From the kitchen a door leads into an inner hall which has a staircase up to the mezzanine which is an attractive and versatile area overlooking the dining hall. There are three bedrooms, the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and built in cupboards. There is also a family shower room comprising large shower, basin and WC.
Access to The Old Mill House is through a courtyard
driveway which in turn leads to a double open fronted
carport which has a doorway leading in to the rear garden.
The gardens lie to the South of the barn and enjoy the sunny aspect with views over the surrounding countryside. There is an extensive paved patio adjacent to the property which gives way to well maintained lawns with herbaceous beds and borders, shrubs and mature trees. There is double gated access form the terrace leading to the front of the property.
Ashington is a Hamlet about four miles to North of Yeovil.
The nearby village of Mudford there is a shop, post office and pub and also local amenities in the small Roman town of
Ilchester which also has access onto the A303. Yeovil is easily accessible by car where there is a comprehensive range of amenities.
From Yeovil proceed in a northerly direction on the A359 and pass through Mudford. On leaving the village turn left signposted West Mudford, Ashington and Limington. On
reaching the junction turn right and continue into Ashington and follow the road round to your left and The Old Mill House will be found on your left hand side.
Mains water, electricity, private drainage (Klargester) oil fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council
Council Tax - Band E