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Ford Street, Wellington, Somerset, TA21
Guide price £720,000 | 4 bedrooms | 5.56 acres

Property features

• Kitchen/Breakfast Room
• 2 Reception Rooms
• 3 Bedrooms
• Study/Bedroom 4
• Detached 2 Bedroom Bungalow
• Useful Outbuildings
• Extensive Gardens and Grounds
• About 6 Acres

A superbly located residential holding comprising a 3 bedroom cottage, 2 bedroom detached bungalow and barn with potential. Kitchen/breakfast room, 2 reception rooms, 3 bedrooms and study/bedroom 4. Detached 2 bedroom bungalow. Useful outbuildings and extensive gardens and grounds. About 6 acres. EPC Band E.
 
SITUATION
Scottsdale is set within the Blackdown Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and enjoys spectacular far reaching views over the surrounding rolling countryside. The town of Wellington is within 2.5 miles and offers supermarkets, health centre, a range of independent shops and Wellington School, whilst the county town of Taunton and the cathedral city of Exeter offer a greater range of shops, amenities, sixth form Colleges and Exeter University.
 
Communications links are excellent in the area, including junction 26 of the M5 motorway being within 2 miles, a mainline railway station in Taunton providing direct links to London Paddington and the international airports of Exeter and Bristol within easy reach.

DESCRIPTION
Although easily accessible, Scottsdale affords a high degree of privacy with the clever use of mature hedging and trees along its boundaries. The current owners have extended and improved the property over recent years, incorporating the beautiful period features, to create what is now a fantastic family home with adaptable accommodation. Within the grounds, in an elevated position, is a detached bungalow, enjoying the far reaching views and has been used over the years for family members and a holiday cottage.

THE HOUSE
The kitchen/breakfast room is very impressive and perfect for family living, with vaulted ceiling and includes an extensive range of bespoke painted units, integrated appliances and woodburner. There are two good sized reception rooms; a dual aspect dining room and sitting room with beamed ceiling and double doors leading to the garden and a brick fireplace housing the woodburner. There is also a study which could lend itself as a fourth bedroom on the ground floor.
 
The ground floor is supported by some excellent service rooms. There is a utility room with further storage, sink and plumbing for washing machine etc., a separate boot room with built in cupboards, a shower room and a store room, which was previously a garage, with an up and over door.
 
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.

BUNGALOW
Separate from the house, and accessed along a path leading through the garden, is the bungalow. The accommodation comprises hallway, lounge/dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom.

OUTSIDE
The property is accessed along tarmac driveway leading to an ample parking and turning area.
 
Surrounding the house are the attractive private gardens and grounds, including areas of large sweeping lawns, fine selection of trees, including apple, cherry, plum, bay and copper beech, and brick paved patio with well stocked flower and shrub borders. There is also an attractive lily pond brimming with wildlife, a productive fruit cage, vegetable plot and herb bed.
 
Adjoining the gardens is a field, bounded by stock proof wire fencing, and a wonderful bluebell wood.

OUTBUILDINGS
There are a range of useful outbuildings including an outside WC and field stable/lambing shelter with leanto.
 
Beside the house is a two storey stone barn offering further potential. Planning permission was previously granted for a three bedroom dwelling, however this has now lapsed. The barn is set beneath a CGI roof 29'6 x 14'2 with adjoining room 20'7 x 10'6 and first floor hay loft over 29'6 x 14'2.

SERVICES
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Both properties also benefit from oil fired central heating.

DIRECTIONS
From junction 26 of the M5 motorway take the exit off the roundabout signposted Blackmoor and Ruggin. At the T-junction turn right signposted Ford Street and continue to the T-junction. Turn left passing through Ford Street and having left the hamlet behind you the entrance to Scottsdale will be seen on the right hand side just before the right hand bend towards the top of the hill.

 

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