- Secondary Accom
- Private Parking
- Off Road Parking
- Double Garage
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Dating from the 1930s and exhibiting many stylish features from the Art Deco period, this substantial family home has been enlarged and re-modelled in more recent years and now provides a very spacious family home, which provides great flexibility as to use. Of particular note is a detached home office/annexe which provides huge potential for those wishing to work from home or provides the potential to create a self-contained annexe (subject to any consents) for a dependent relative or for holiday letting. The main house has oil-fired central heating with air conditioning to the first floor and there is also double glazing. The property is set in large gardens extending to about 1.5 acres and stands adjacent to open farmland and accordingly enjoys a good deal of privacy.
The accommodation is spacious and provides great flexibility as to use and includes two large reception rooms with lovely views over the garden and to the Quantock Hills. There is also a Garden room, Playroom/hallway and Study and a most welcoming reception hall. The kitchen/breakfast room is well fitted with an adjacent utility room and cloakroom. Also, on the ground floor can be found 2 double bedrooms, one with an en suite dressing/shower room. There is also a further cloakroom and bathroom.
On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms, one having a terrace/balcony affording stunning views towards the Welsh coastline. There is also a further bathroom and shower room.
This purpose-built Home Office offers great potential for those wishing to work from home. It is separate from the main house with its own parking area. It includes 3 offices and a kitchenette and 2 cloakrooms. There is also an adjacent store and double garage providing potential (subject to any consents) to enlarge the office space.
Hunters Moon is approached over a shared private road then onto a long private sweeping driveway leading up to the property and continuing around to the detached office/annexe building where there is ample parking. The property enjoys an elevated setting overlooking the gardens which offer an enclosed lawned garden with patio. There is a stone patio outside of the garden room beyond which are extensive sweeping lawns running down to a large ornamental pond. To the rear of the annexe building is a further lawned garden with fruit trees and a large mower store all well screened from the main house
From Nether Stowey Proceed on the A39 towards Holford on reaching the Castle of Comfort on the left, take the turning opposite signed to Corewell. Proceed down Portway Lane and take the next left towards Corewell. The entrance for Hunters Moon will be on the left just before reaching the farm. Continue all the way along the driveway and bear left into the main entrance.