Charlynch Road, Spaxton, Bridgwater

£630,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A superbly presented former coach house, situated with gardens and grounds approaching 1.2 acres. The property comprises three reception rooms, four bedrooms, off road parking, landscaped gardens and a paddock. EPC Band E.

SITUATION

The Old Coach House is in a wonderful location and is within walking distance of village amenities. Spaxton is a popular village with a pub, Post Office, Primary school and popular community run village shop. Taunton, the County town of Somerset is some 8.5 miles to the South and offers a good range of shopping with many well known High street stores. There are various schools in the area, as well as a mainline railway station providing links to London Paddington with fast trains taking approximately 1 hour 45 minutes. The M5 motorway can be joined at Junctions 23, 24 and 25, all providing good communication links to the rest of the country. The area is renown for its walking and countryside and offers miles of footpaths and bridleways within the vicinity as well as providing easy access to the Quantock Hills, the first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Country.

DESCRIPTION

The Old Coach House is a handsome detached house, built of local red stone elevations under a pitched tiled roof. The property occupies an enviable setting being within walking distance of village amenities.

ACCOMMODATION

The well-proportioned accommodation is arranged over two floors and includes a tiled canopy porch with a door leading through to the reception hall. There are stairs rising to the first floor and exposed ceiling beams. The dining room has double aspect windows with a stable door to the outside and a corner fireplace with brick surround and a slate mantle. There is an under stairs storage cupboard and exposed ceiling beams. The kitchen has been well fitted and includes a range of shaker style wall and base units, a Villeroy & Boch double sink set into granite worksurfaces with cupboards and drawers under. There is also a built-in dishwasher. There is an electric Range cooker with induction hob, ceiling beams, ceramic tiled floors, a recess larder cupboard and an opening into the breakfast room. There is a door leading through to the sitting room. This is an impressive double aspect room with exposed beamed ceilings, an open fireplace with wood burning stove, set upon a stone hearth with exposed brick surround. There are steps and a door providing access to the study with a high sloping ceiling with exposed joists and a partly glazed stable door to the front terrace. The breakfast room, with exposed ceiling beams, has ceramic tiled floor flowing from the kitchen with French doors opening onto the terrace. There is a brick surround and a door to the rear hall / utility room with a sink, work surfaces, plumbing and space for a washing machine and dryer. There is a recess cupboard housing a newly fitted Worcester Bosch oil-fired boiler. A side porch provides access to the cloakroom with WC.

On the first floor, there is a landing with doors off to the bedrooms. The master bedroom includes exposed roof timbers and steps lead down to a partly glazed door, opening onto the terrace. There are built-in wardrobes and a door provides access to the en-suite shower room with a shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level WC. There are three further bedrooms, one with en-suite, all with built-in wardrobes and a family bathroom, which has been attractively fitted with a matching suite including a whirlpool bath.

OUTSIDE

A driveway leads from the road and opens out into a large gated parking area, which adjoins a timber double garage measuring 18 6 x 17 3 with electricity, light and power. A side door provides access to the workshop measuring 17 x 8 1. The garden is well maintained and sheltered from the North by a screen of mature trees. There is a secluded terrace found at the top of a short flight of steps with a circular brick and pebble base, giving access via a stable door to the master bedroom. A further area of enclosed garden lies to the front of the house and is partly gravelled and has double gates leading out onto the village lane. This area also provides additional parking. To the rear, the lawned gardens slope down to the North and enjoy a wonderful view over surrounding farmland to the Quantock Hills, and includes a summer house and a potting shed, with a further storage shed to the rear of the garage. In all, the grounds, including the adjoining paddock, extend to approximately 1.2 acres.

DIRECTIONS

From Taunton proceed in a Northerly direction passing through the village of Kingston St Mary. Proceed through the village and on towards The Pines crossroad. Here, take the turning right sign posted to Spaxton. Continue along this road towards Enmore and take the turning left signposted to Spaxton. Continue through the gates to Barford Park and continue to Four Forks crossroads, passing the Lamb Inn on the left. Proceed across the crossroads into Charlynch Road where the property can be identified by a Stags For Sale board.

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