A period stable conversion three bedroom detached property, situated in a private secluded position, set within this attractive rural hamlet of West Newton.
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The Stables is a charming period conversion situated in a peaceful and secluded position in this quiet rural hamlet of West Newton. The property is one of several properties located off a private no through road. It enjoys stunning open countryside views which surround the property with access to wonderful walks along nearby footpaths.
The accommodation is light and spacious to included reception hall with separate cloakroom. A large kitchen / breakfast /diner with a range of floor and base storage units and integrated appliances. A dual aspect enjoys views out to the side garden and open countryside. The well-proportioned sitting room offers excellent entertaining space with French doors leading out to the private part walled garden beyond. Access into a large storage cupboard.
On the first floor the principal bedroom is spacious and light and features a balcony with rural views. The en-suite shower room is off to the side. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom which completes the upstairs arrangement.
The property is approached off a private road which leads on to a private drive with parking for several cars. This leads on to a pretty sun terrace with a seating and entertaining area. A footpath leads to the front of the property. Attractive borders filled with a variety of herbaceous plants and lawn extend along the front leading on to the main garden to the side of the Stables. This is laid mainly to lawn edged by further borders and is mainly walled, providing a very sheltered and secluded area and enjoys a southerly aspect.
West Newton is an attractive quiet rural hamlet yet with easy access to neighbouring North Newton which provides a primary school, church and pub. Close by is the Taunton to Bridgwater canal providing excellent cycling and walking opportunities. The larger country town of North Petherton is also close with amenities including a Tesco Express, renowned butchers', primary school, doctors' surgery and access to the M5 at junction 24. The property is also well placed to explore the surrounding area, with the Quantock Hills lying to the north west of the property, again providing an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways, stretching to the west Somerset coastline and designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Taunton the county town provides comprehensive facilities, in addition to a good range of shops, excellent schools in both the state and independent sectors, racecourse, county cricket ground and a main line rail link to London (Paddington). The M5, junction 25 is accessed on the eastern side of the town and close to this junction are a range of out of town shopping and leisure facilities.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage - septic tank shared with neighbour and located on their land.
Sedgemoor District. Council Tax Band E
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