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Brompton Ralph, Taunton
Guide price £750,000 | 3 bedrooms | 6.46 acres

Property features

• Stunning Elevated position
• Approximately 6.5 Acres
• Two Agricultural Barns
• Five Stables and Tack-Room
• Three Bedrooms - Master En-Suite
• Superb Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room
• Separate Living Room with Wood Burning Stove
• Private Location with No Near Neighbours

SITUATION
Pleasant View is situated in a superb elevated position with no near neighbours and enjoys breath-taking views across the Taunton Vale and extended countryside. Clatworthy Reservoir and Wimbleball Lake are only a short drive away, which apart from its beauty and excellent location also provides an extensive range of facilities such as sailing and fishing. There are also wonderful opportunities for walking and riding. The property is in the parish of Brompton ralph on the edge of the Brendon Hills, conveniently located for the Exmoor National Park and the Quantock Hills. The small town of Wiveliscombe is only five miles away and provides a good range of day to day facilities. The County Town of Taunton is approximately thirteen miles away and has an extensive range of commercial retail facilities together with excellent access to the M5 Motorway and a mainline railway station with fast access to the rest of the country. Taunton has three independent schools, a theatre and the Somerset County Cricket Ground.

DESCRIPTION
Pleasant View is a spacious three-bedroom bungalow, which has been substantially extended throughout the years to provide well proportioned accommodation, designed to make the most of its rural position and wonderful views. The property benefits from two steel portal framed buildings, one of which contains five internal loose boxes and a tack room. The house and buildings look out over the attractive gardens and the land looks out over the Taunton Vale.

ACCOMMODATION
The Accommodation includes an entrance porch with a door leading through to an entrance hallway, where there is a utility and sitting room. The hallway opens out to a farmhouse style kitchen/dining room, which has French doors overlooking the views and an oil-fired AGA. The kitchen is fitted with a David Chappell handmade kitchen and includes a range of oak wall and base units with granite work surfaces, a sink unit, a built-in oven and hob with an extractor hood over, a red painted two oven AGA set within an inglenook, a larder cupboard, a central island unit and a tiled floor extending through to the breakfast area. The breakfast area has a beamed ceiling and superb views. The sitting room again has beamed ceilings, a window with wonderful views and an exposed wooden floor. There is a chimney breast with inset wood burning stove, a slate hearth and a brick surround with timber mantle. There is access through to the three bedrooms. Two with superb views out to the front of the property and the master bedroom, which has an en-suite shower room, as well as an office and a family bathroom.

OUTSIDE
Outside the property is approached through double five bar gates leading to a parking area. Providing ample parking for a number of vehicles, there is also a turning space. At the front of the house there is a deep paved patio, which takes advantage of the outstanding view, which in turn leads out to the garden which is mainly laid to lawn with shrub and flower boarders. To the North and East of the house are two buildings of steel and portal framed construction. The first of five internal loose boxes as well as a tack room and further workshop. Both buildings have light and power already connected. From the buildings there is direct access into the main paddock, which sloped gently South and East and is surrounded by mature hedge bags. Across the small lane there is a further paddock with mature hedge boundaries. In all the property extends to approximately 6.5 acres. The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

SERVICES
mains electricity, private water and drainage, oil fired central heating, high speed radio broadband.

DIRECTIONS
From Taunton proceed onto the A358 sign posted to Minehead. After approximately 4 miles turn-left signed posted to Exford on the B3227. Continue to Elsworthy crossroads, go straight over and up the hill for approximately half a mile. Take the next left and continue along this road for approximately a quarter of a mile and the property will be found on the left-hand side.
 

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