Lyngs Barton is situated in a lovely edge of village location on the outskirts of Thurloxton. Thurloxton is a charming village located at the foot of the Quantock Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village offers numerous opportunities for country pursuits with a wide range of footpaths and bridleways. Taunton, the County town lies 4 miles South West and is readily accessible via the A38 with an extensive range of shopping, recreational and scholastic facilities. The property benefits from good road access links with the M5 at Junction 24 or 25, both in close proximity. There is a mainline railway station at Taunton with links to London Paddington.DESCRIPTION
Lyngs Barton is a very attractive single storey barn conversion with mellow stone elevations beneath a pitched tiled roof. The property was converted in 1966 and is situated in a wonderful elevated position overlooking fields with mature gardens and grounds extending to approximately 0.95 acres.ACCOMMODATION
The house has well-proportioned accommodation and includes a heavy panelled front door, that leads through to an entrance hallway with dual aspect windows. There is a cloaks cupboard and access to the inner hallway. Double doors lead through to the sitting room with a deep bow window overlooking the garden. There is an open fireplace with ornate timber surround and an arch leading through to the dining rom with French doors leading out onto the patio, a window to the side and an opening through to the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a range of matching wall and base units with a range of work surfaces with an electric hob, sink, built-in oven and integrate fridge / freezer. There is an oil-fired Aga, window to the side and returning door to the hallway. There is a separate utility room with plumbing and space for a washing machine, oil fired boiler and Belfast sink. Off of the hallway there is access to the bedrooms. The master bedroom has a picture window overlooking the garden. There is a door to an en-suite, which is comprehensively fitted including a low-level WC, wash hand basin, bidet and double tiled shower cubicle. The second bedroom is of a good size and has a window overlooking the front and built-in wardrobes. The bathroom is fitted with a suite comprising of panelled bath, low level WC, wash hand basin and obscure glazed window.OUTSIDE
There is a pillared entrance with a five-bar gate opening onto a driveway with a parking and turning area for a number of vehicles. There is a double garage with electrically operated up and over door with potential to convert the garage to living accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents. A brick paved pathway leads to the front door with a further raised flower border to one side and a stone-built workshop with electricity, light and power. The landscaped gardens that surround the house are predominately laid to lawn with many mature trees, and shrubs. There is separate vehicular access in one corner and at the back of the house is a deep paved patio area with a pond and raised beds. Beyond this, is a gravelled seating area, vegetable garden and the garden backs onto open fields with superb views overlooking part of the village. The gardens extend to approximately 0.95 acres.DIRECTIONS
Take the A38 towards North Petherton. Proceed towards the village of Thurloxton and proceed into the village. A the "T-Junction" turn right into Knutford Lane and after a short distance, Lyngs Barton can be identified on the right hand side, by a Stags "For Sale" board.