A highly attractive and unique barn conversion providing spacious and strikingly characterful accommodation, together with gardens, drive and large double garage in a highly desirable and accessible location.In all 0.31 acres. Read more
A highly attractive and unique barn conversion providing spacious and strikingly characterful accommodation, together with gardens, drive and large double garage in a highly desirable and accessible location.In all 0.31 acres.
This highly attractive and characterful barn conversion was converted by the present owner and has an individual nature and style and many features created to the owners exacting standards.Of immediate impact internally is the impressive reception hall with the central hardwood staircase with surrounding balustrading and open galleried landing with roof timbers exposed.The impressive timberwork continues through the property providing ample character and of particular note is the beautiful hamstone inglenook fireplace within the sitting room.
We would recommend an internal inspection to fully appreciate this exceptional home.
Accommodation Double arched hardwood doors lead to the Reception Hall with grand central staircase in hardwood, with hardwood spindles and handrails leading to the galleried landing above, tiled floor, exposed herringbone brickwork to one wall, two windows and radiator, exposed beams.
Cloakroom with antique high level WC with antique seat and bowl, wash hand basin, radiator, window, exposed beams.
Sitting Room featuring a beautifully carved hamstone inglenook fireplace with inset wood burning stove, four windows with front aspect, central heating radiator, beamed and timbered ceiling.
Dining Room with two windows with outlook to the front, central heating radiator, two walls with exposed herringbone brickwork, beamed and timbered ceiling.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room dual aspect windows with outlook to the front and rear, oil fired Aga, floor mounted oil boiler, fitted with a range of light oak fronted base and wall mounted cupboards, tiled and wood edged working surfaces, one and half bowl sink unit, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher, built-in electric oven.
First Floor Galleried Landing with timber balustrading and exposed hardwood flooring, windows with outlook to front and rear, central heating radiator, exposed A-frame beams and ceiling timberwork.
Bedroom One three windows with outlook to the front, central heating radiator, hamstone fireplace and hearth, exposed beams and timberwork.
Ensuite Bathroom with four piece suite comprising panelled bath with mixer taps, bidet, high level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, window, radiator incorporating towel rail, exposed beams.
Bedroom Two window with outlook to the front, central heating radiator, exposed beams and timberwork.
Family Bathroom with suite comprising Jacuzzi bath, separate shower, low level WC, wash hand basin, window with front aspect and radiator, exposed beams.
Bedroom Three two windows with outlook to the front, central heating radiator, exposed beams and timberwork.
Bedroom Four window with outlook to the front, central heating radiator, exposed beams and timberwork.
Outside Double five bar gates open onto a gravelled driveway providing turning and parking space for several vehicles leading to the detached GARAGE building with double wooden doors.The garage measures 30 x 20 (9.14m x 6.10m) and has blue lias faced walls under a tiled roof with side stable doors and window, power and light connected.
Lawned gardens surround the garage and beyond the drive in front of the house, level lawns spread out with a stone paved pathway leading to the front door along the boundaries there are a number of mature trees and shrubs providing a good degree of privacy and a path to the side gives access to the oil tank with gates to the road.
Location The property lies on the edge of the village of Chilton Cantelo, the home of The Park School co-educational occasional day and boarding for ages 4-18.The nearby towns of Yeovil (approximately four miles) and Sherborne (approximately six miles) provide a wide range of local amenities as well as Ilchester.The A303 lies approximately three miles, providing excellent communication links both east to London and west to Exeter and beyond, whilst the Castle Cary train station lies approximately ten miles distant with routes to London.
Beautiful countryside surrounds the village with many quiet country lanes, foot and bridle paths providing excellent opportunities for walking and cycling within the wonderful Somerset countryside environment.
Entrance Hall17'10" x 14'3" (5.44m x 4.34m).
Sitting Room25'9" max x 18' (7.85m max x 5.49m).
Dining Room13'6" x 11'8" (4.11m x 3.56m).
Kitchen17'9" x 11'6" (5.4m x 3.5m).
Bedroom 118'8" max x 18' max (5.7m max x 5.49m max).
Bedroom 213'4" x 8'10" (4.06m x 2.7m).
Bedroom 313'9" x 8'6" (4.2m x 2.6m).
Bedroom 49'9" x 8'6" (2.97m x 2.6m).
Garage30' x 20' (9.14m x 6.1m).
From the A303 near West Camel, take the B3151 and turn second left towards Chilton Cantelo.Proceed for approximately half a mile, turning right towards Chilton Cantelo.Follow this road into the village, passing the crossroads and proceeding straight through past the Park School.Take the next turning right opposite the farm entrance and the barn can be found on the left hand side with the entrance at the far end.