The Mount is a classically designed Edwardian property built circa 1910 and has well-proportioned accommodation throughout with a total of 6 bedrooms arranged over 2 floors.
Behind the house itself is a range of various outbuildings which we understand from the previous owners has been used in the past before their ownership as living accommodation whilst the main house had been let on a holiday basis. The buildings in their current condition are used more for storage but with a renovation programme and subject to relevant permission there may be further scope of usage for these outbuildings.
Undoubtedly one of this property's key features is its raised position within a no through road giving a quiet and peaceful setting whilst benefitting from some superb views from the front aspect, looking out across the village towards The Hangman Hills and the Exmoor National Park.
Both Combe Martin beach and the edge of the Exmoor National Park are both within approximately 1 mile of the property. Parking is also at a premium within this popular village with The Mount benefitting from having ample parking for a number of vehicles within the driveway on top of this there is also a garage.
A viewing of The Mount is highly recommended to fully appreciate not only the property but the grounds and views from this house.
The accommodation briefly comprises a front door leading into an entrance hall with further panel glazed door through to a spacious hallway with stairs leading up to the first floor and doors to all rooms leading off. To the far end of the hallway there is a door giving access out to the rear and within the hallway itself is a useful under-stairs storage cupboard. Off the hallway itself and at the heart of this home is a wonderful lounge with fireplace and cupboard housing the water tank. There is a bay window to front giving views out across the front lawn and the village beyond, double doors then open up from this room into a particularly bright and airy garden room which is triple aspect giving views out across the garden and beyond at the far end of this room there is a further set of double doors leading out to a rear patio. Moving then to the opposite side of the hallway there is a door leading through into a double aspect dining room with bay window having similar views to that of the lounge. Moving on through this room there is an opening into a large and extended kitchen/diner where there is ample space for table and 6 chairs. The kitchen itself comprises a range of base units with adjacent work surfaces and an Aga, moving back into the hallway there is a useful utility room which currently houses the dishwasher and the accommodation on this floor is completed by a downstairs bathroom comprising a large shower cubicle with inset shower, pedestal handbasin and low level w.c.
From the stairs leading up to the first floor landing there is access to loft space which is part boarded and doors to all rooms leading off. The master bedroom itself is a bright and airy double aspect room with bay window once again giving views across the village towards The Exmoor National Park and Hangman Hills, within the room there is a washbasin. Bedroom 2 on the opposite side of the hallway is again double aspect with similar views there is also a washbasin. Between bedrooms 1 & 2 is bedroom 6 which is a single room currently being used by the vendors as a dressing room. Moving then across the landing there is bedroom 3 which again has a washbasin and enough space for a double bed. On the higher part of the landing area is also the family bathroom which is a particularly good size and comprises a double shower cubicle, panelled bath, washbasin and low level w.c. There is also doors leading to bedrooms 4 & 5 which are single rooms and the accommodation within the main property is completed by a separate w.c.
Outside, the property sits in approximately half an acre of grounds and is approached via a driveway which opens up giving parking for a number of vehicles and beyond is a garage with double folding doors. The grounds surround the property and immediately behind the house itself from the rear door is a covered walk way leading to a range of outbuildings which are constructed of 9" concrete block with some areas being fibre glass roofed. These outbuildings could be used for a variety of uses subject to relevant permission having power, light, water and drainage. Incorporated in this block is a separate w.c. Currently the rooms are used as storage/workshop and utility area.
Moving up behind the outbuildings there is a large greenhouse measuring 80' x 40' with steps leading down to a secluded area being ideal for garden furniture and bar-be-cue as this area catches the sun all day. Across the opposite side of the driveway is a pathway leading out to the front raised level lawn garden which is shielded by various flowers and shrubs but still gives views across the village, the pathway then extends around to the opposite side of the property and this then links up to the rear of the garden room where there is another patio area with further space for garden furniture. The garden itself is full of an abundance of various flowers, shrubs and trees including a magnolia, 2 apple trees and a walnut tree. To the left hand side of the property this garden then gradually slopes away from the property but still benefits from the views.