Terrace Grade 11 Listed Residence
Quantock Hills Village
Well Presented Accommodation
Exposed timber beams
Deep sash windows
Stone fireplace & log burning stove
Exposed timber floor boards
29ft Lounge/Dining room
Bespoke fitted Kitchen
En -suite to Master Bedroom
Rustic style family bathroom
Outlooks towards the Church
South facing private rear courtyard
Veranda style seating area
County Town Taunton 15 miles
The Property is believed to date back approximately 300 years, originally formed part of the old village shop and offers a rare opportunity to purchase a distinguished four bedroom period home within an idyllic Quantock Hills village.
This mid terrace cottage occupies a level position in the heart of the village opposite the church and is being sold with no onward chain, fitted carpets and floor coverings. The property has many original features to include exposed timber beams, stone fireplaces original window seats whilst enjoying convenience of log burning stove and LPG Central Heating and the property has been partly re-roofed using new and old stock Welsh slates.
Undoubtedly a unique selling feature has to be an attached stone barn accessed over rear cobbled courtyard which has the potential for ancillary accommodation, subject to usual planning permissions or would suit a professional purchaser who wishes to work from home.
The accommodation which is arranged over two floors is as follows: Entrance Hall with brick paved floor and cloaks cupboard. Door to superb lounge with dining area. A double aspect room with feature stone fireplaces, log burning stove with rear glazed door leading to courtyard garden. Original timber arched door housing new LPG boiler installed February 2007.
Exposed timber floorboards within kitchen/breakfast room which is situated to the front of the property enjoying views to Church and grounds from original window seat. A charming bespoke kitchen with a fully fitted comprehensive range of units and integrated appliances to include: dishwasher, electric oven, hob, extractor hood, plumbing for washing machine and two deep recessed cupboards.
The first floor is approached over a wide carpeted staircase with window overlooking rear garden. The Master bedroom has part tiled en suite shower room is situated to the front of the property again overlooking church and grounds with feature fireplace and window seat. Bedroom two which houses the airing cupboard and has vanity wash hand basin with window seat overlooking rear garden with countryside views. Bedroom three is to the rear of the property. Bedroom four which is presently been used as office/study is situated to the front fitted with a range of fitted wardrobes. The main family bathroom is fitted with three piece suite and high level side window.
There is a private rear courtyard garden with enclosed seating area part gravelled borders and water feature. A cobbled stone path leads to an attached stone barn which subject to planning permissions could be converted to provide ancillary accommodation or could equally be used as additional storage or an office if wishing work from home and measures 21' x 11'4.
Lounge / Dining room 13'4" x 29'1" (4.06m x 8.86m).
kitchen / breakfast room 12'11" x 13'7" (3.94m x 4.14m).
Bedroom 1 13'11" x 13'4" (4.24m x 4.06m).
Bedroom 2 13'5" x 8'11" (4.1m x 2.72m).
Bedroom 3 9'8" x 8'1" (2.95m x 2.46m).
Bedroom 4 / Study 12'11" x 6'1" (3.94m x 1.85m).
Barn 21' x 11'5" (6.4m x 3.48m).
From Minehead proceed on the A39 towards Williton. On reaching Williton fork right at the mini roundabout towards Taunton on the A358 and proceed for approximately a mile and a half turning right at Woolston Moor sign posted Stogumber and Vellow. Follow the road for approximately two miles into the village, take the turning left into the centre of the village where 6 High Street will be found immediately opposite the church.