Detached eight bedroom property enjoying far-reaching views which offers versatile accommodation with possibilities of usage, whilst currently being arranged as two separate but interconnecting homes.
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- Private Parking
- Off Road Parking
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A detached eight bedroom property enjoying exceptional, far-reaching views to the Quantock hills, which offers light, versatile accommodation with many possibilities of usage, whilst currently being arranged as two separate but interconnecting homes.
Single storey home comprises:
Entrance porch, entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, pantry, dining room, reception room, three bedrooms, bathroom and cloakroom.
Two storey home comprises:
Kitchen/open-plan living room, utility, cloakroom, principal bedroom with en-suite shower room, further four bedrooms and bathroom.
Parking, gardens & paddocks, in total just under 3.5 acres.
Set within a private location, the property offers a wealth of spacious, versatile and flexible accommodation. It is ideal for a two-generation family or could offer an exciting opportunity to run a successful B&B or holiday business.
The accommodation offers light well-proportioned rooms. The entrance with inner door leads into the reception hall. A good sized double aspect kitchen includes a comprehensive range of wall and base units and a range of integrated appliances to include a halogen electric hob, electric double oven, fridge and dishwasher. The breakfast area enjoys a wonderful outlook. A pantry and utility room includes access out to the garden. The dining room has a large picture window and sliding French doors opening on to a covered sitting area. The main reception room features a stone surround fireplace. A double aspect with large sliding French doors opens out to a south facing terrace. From the hall there are three double bedrooms each with a vanity unit and fitted wardrobes. A fully fitted bathroom with separate shower and a cloak room.
An inner door/divide gives access to the independent two storey accommodation. This comprises a utility and cloak room. A spacious open plan kitchen /living room offers a range of kitchen units and includes an electric oven and hob, a two oven oil fired aga and a corner walk-in larder. The living area enjoys a double aspect and features a large wood burning stove. The front door provides independent access.
The staircase leads up to the first floor accommodation. The principle bedroom includes an en-suite shower room. There are four further bedrooms and a bathroom. (Bedrooms 4, 5 & 6 are accessed through bedroom 7 which could provide a further reception).
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
Little Lovedere is approached along a private gravel drive and is set well back from the road. A five bar gate gives access to the parking and turning area. The gardens and grounds are in an enviable location with breath-taking views towards the Quantock Hills and can be enjoyed all around the property. The main garden lies to the rear of the property and is laid mainly to lawn. This is edged with a variety of ornamental trees and flowering shrubs. An impressive sun terrace stretches from the front door around to the south side of the property. A further five bar gate opens on to a track which runs along the boundary leading down to the bottom paddocks and land. The boundary is mainly edged by mature hedging and part post and railed fencing. An area of mature fruit trees and mixed native trees can be seen along the far side. To the other end there is a range of outbuildings and a large poly tunnel. This gives the opportunity to use the footprint for alternative uses if required.
Little Lovedere is situated at the foot of the Quantock Hills, which have been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and provide miles of footpaths and bridleways, ideal for those with walking, cycling and equestrian interests. The village of Enmore offers good local facilities and amenities to include a highly regarded primary school, fine parish church, public house and a well known golf course. Enmore is approximately four miles distant from Bridgwater, which offers good shopping facilities and on the outskirts of this town can be found junctions 23 and 24 of the M5 motorway. Taunton the county town provides a comprehensive range of recreational, scholastic and shopping facilities, as well as a main line railway station.
Mains water and electricity.
Oil fired central heating (boiler 4 years old). Solar panel for hot water.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
The property is subject to an AGRICULTURAL OCCUPANCY CONDITION.
Planning Application 1/27/78/001
Stating "The occupation of the dwelling shall be limited to a person solely or mainly employed, or last employed in the locality, in agriculture as defined in Section 290(1) of the Town & Country Planning Act, 1971, or in forestry (including any dependents of such person residing with him), or a widow or widower of such a person."