The Great House is situated in the centre of this charming village and enjoys views towards the surrounding hills. Timberscombe has a church, public house, post office and infant school. Dunster, 3 miles away, is a beautiful medieval village that boasts its own Castle and a Medieval Yarn Market.
The County Town of Taunton is approximately 25 miles away and provides good recreational and retail facilities as well as access to the M5 and fast rail links.
The beautiful Exmoor countryside, the coastline and the Quantock Hills are all within a short driving distance.DESCRIPTION
Thought to date from the Tudor era the house was gentrified in 1720 with an elegant Georgian frontage which still retains many characteristic features to include timber panelled rooms, fireplaces, tall windows with window seats and a sweeping staircase. The property is ideally suited to be a large family home, and could easily accommodate multi-generational families. It would also suit a Bed and Breakfast business, or whole house letting for functions, family parties and corporate events.ACCOMMODATION
The principle ground floor accommodation comprises a central entrance hall, a lovely double aspect drawing room and a bedroom with an en suite bathroom. Steps down from the hallway lead to the large sitting room with a semi-circular bay window, stone inglenook with inset multi fuel burner, bread oven and beam over. The dining room has a large stone fireplace with wood burner, window seat and quarry tiled floor. The kitchen/breakfast room has a part vaulted ceiling, stone fireplace and is fitted with a range of wall and base units, integral oven and hob. Also on this level is a pool room, a games room, a cloakroom and a bar.
On the first floor there are five bedrooms, two with en suite facilities as well as two further bathrooms. On the second floor there are two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and another double bedroom.OUTSIDE
The property is approached through a stone pillared entrance onto a large gravelled forecourt providing plenty of parking. The front has a paved terrace with stone balustrading and stone steps leading up to a lawned garden alongside the house. A large stone storage barn is attached to the house. To the rear is a pretty enclosed garden with paved terrace, lawn with flower and shrub borders, raised central bed and a further walled terrace on a higher level with a barbecue area.SERVICES
Mains electricity, drainage and water. Oil fired central heating and broadband available.VIEWING
Strictly by appointment with the agents please, Stags Dulverton office, 01398 323174 or email@example.com.DIRECTIONS
From Dulverton take the A396 Minehead road, passing through Wheddon Cross and on to Timberscombe. Upon reaching the village turn second right, follow the lane and take the first left into Great House Street where the property will be found on the left hand side.COUNCIL TAX