REF: 101148017653


Guide price 899,950 Freehold Available


  • Substantial 6 bedroom detached family home
  • Arranged over 3 floors
  • Set in gardens and woodland of 1.5 acres
  • 2 large reception rooms
  • Superb kitchen/dining/family room
  • Reception hall with split staircase
  • En-suite, dressing room and family bathroom
  • Attached 1 bedroom annexe
  • Planning permission for double garage
  • Galleried landing with views from the balcony over the garden
Property Description
A substantial 6 bedroom detached family home set within approximately 1.5 acres of gardens and woodland, with attached annexe, ample off road parking and planning permission for a double garage.
DESCRIPTION A substantial detached family home set within gardens and woodland of 1.5 acres. Hazel Wood House was built in 2011 from stone and tiles reclaimed from a derelict Dorset farmhouse and offers a spacious, light, airy and flexible accommodation and is arranged over 3 floors, enjoying views across the gardens with ample off road parking and planning permission for a double garage. There is also an attached 1 bedroom annexe which is ideal for a dependent relative or has the potential for additional income.

The property is approached through a five bar wooden gate onto a gravelled driveway leading to the ample parking area. From here a solid oak porch and wooden door lead into the reception hall with a bespoke central split staircase rising to the first floor galleried landing, triple aspect drawing room with French doors to the garden and feature fireplace with inset wood burning stove, triple aspect kitchen/dining/family room with bay window overlooking the, a range of matching wall and base units with quartz worktops over and central island, feature fireplace with wood burning stove and door into sitting room, recently converted from the garage with bi folding patio doors, south facing morning room with bi-fold doors onto the back garden, utility room with door to the garden, cloakroom and boiler room. To the first floor and leading off the galleried landing, is the master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite shower room with door to balcony overlooking the garden, 3 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. From the landing a spiral staircase rises to the second floor with 2 large storage cupboards and windows overlooking the rear, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.

The annexe has its own separate entrance but equally can be accessed from the main property. In brief the accommodation comprises entrance hall with staircase rising to first floor, large open plan living area with kitchenette and under stairs storage cupboard, double bedroom with skylights and eaves storage cupboards and a bathroom.

There is a state of the art bio-mass boiler providing underfloor heating to the property, solar panels to the main house, solar thermal to the annexe, a digester sewerage tank, increased levels of insulation making this a very economical house to run.

The solar panels benefit from an early high paying generation tariff, and the bio-mass boiler has an on-going government RHI grant both providing significant tax free income."

OUTSIDE The property is approached through a five bar wooden gate leading onto a gravelled driveway and parking area. There is planning permission in place for a double garage to be built to the left hand side of the annex. Side access to either side of the property leads to the rear gardens where there is a large paved seating area, wood shed, lawned gardens with flowerbeds leading to the woodland area with a large selection of fruit trees. The total area of the gardens and woodland is 1.5 acres.

LOCATION The village of Bayford is situated in an easterly direction from the town of Wincanton with a good selection of pubs and amenities and is a short drive from the market towns of Castle Cary & Bruton. Castle Cary is a small market town set in unspoilt countryside. It has many independent businesses including shops, boutiques and galleries. Bruton is a small ancient Somerset town nestling in the foothills of the Brue Valley, surrounded by unspoilt countryside and has the benefit of a railway halt in the town itself. There are large supermarkets in Wincanton and Shepton Mallet. There is excellent schooling locally at Gillingham and Bruton. Nearby Castle Cary and Gillingham both have railway stations with direct lines to London in under two hours, and London is under a two hour drive away via the A303

Viewing Please contact our Castle Cary Office on 01963 350327 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.
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