SITUATION & DESCRIPTION
This unique country home and is set in a secluded location just over half a mile outside of the village. An 18th century stone cottage sits at the heart of this attractive property which has been extensively extended sympathetically combining old features with larch cladding and aluminium double glazing.
Churchinford has an extensive range of facilities including a pre-school, a popular pub, health centre and community shop/post office. Located within the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which offers an abundance of footpaths, bridleways and other opportunities for outdoor pursuits.
Taunton, the County Town of Somerset, the market town of Honiton and Wellington town are all about 9 miles away. Taunton has a wide range of facilities as well as good communications, including a mainline railway station and access to the M5 motorway via Junction 25. Both Taunton and Wellington offer a choice of excellent schools.ACCOMMODATION
The front door welcomes you into the large open plan living space with reclaimed American oak flooring throughout and exposed stone walls with sliding doors out to a patio. The dining space has a vaulted ceiling with beautiful green oak beams. An Esse range sits within an inglenook fireplace with old bread oven in the kitchen where there are cream units under a butchers block counter top. Steps take you to a pantry, utility room (with garden access) and WC.
The bedrooms are within the new structure. Steps take you down to two double bedrooms with garden access and super en suite shower rooms. Upstairs there is a large main bedroom with feature Juliet balcony looking up across the land, fourth bedroom with en suite bathroom.OUTSIDE
Set within 8.6 acres with a stunning array of habitat including mature trees, open glades of pasture, wildflower areas, amenity areas, wildlife pond and a planted orchard.ANNEXE & WORKSHOP
This large timber frame building/workshop has a recently finished one bedroom annexe on the 1st floor, accessed from a short flight of external stairs. There is an open plan living space with electric oven and hob, kitchen area, separate double bedroom, shower room and fitted cupboard.
The ground floor is split into various storage areas, with insulated walls and there is a WC and plumbing. Adjoining is a large log store.SHEPHERD HUT
Tucked away a short walk from the house are two beautiful shepherd huts each with hot tubs and a woodburning stove. The huts have separate mains electric connection and currently brings in substantial income as a holiday let
There is planning permission for a further shepherds hut ref 29/17/0024 dated 15th Nov 2017, which has recently been moved under ref 29/22/0003 dated 3rd May 2022.SERVICES
Mains water and electric. Private drainage (treatment plant). Oil central heating.