DESCRIPTION A deceptively spacious detached barn, converted in 1988 to offer flexible and versatile accommodation and situated within its own well tended gardens of approximately 0.6 acre, with a detached double garage and ample gravelled parking. The Parlour House retains all of its character and charm with exposed beams and fireplaces and is located within this popular village, close to the thriving towns of Castle Cary and Bruton.
The accommodation is arranged across one floor and comprises Entrance Hall, triple aspect Dining Room with flagstone floor and stone fireplace with inset wood burning stove and French doors to the garden, Kitchen/Breakfast Room with hand fitted wooden units with granite worktops over with door into the Utility Room with personal door to the outside. A door from here leads to the inner hallway where you will find 4 good sized bedrooms, all with fitted cupboards and bedroom 2 having an en-suite shower room. There is also a separate cloakroom and the main family bathroom. From the inner hall a door leads to the Sitting Room, being dual aspect and having French doors to the garden. A door from the Sitting Room leads to the master bedroom, with built in wardrobes and recently refitted en suite shower room.
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OUTSIDE The property is approached across a gravelled driveway leading to the detached double garage with electric up and over door and ample parking. A gravelled path leads to the front entrance. The well tended gardens surround the property and are predominantly laid to lawn and set in approximately 0.6 of an acre. Mature trees to the front with a feature pond, well stocked flowerbeds and borders, wide selection of fruit trees including apple, plum and cherry, all being encompassed by walling. To the rear of the property is an enclosed courtyard with paved seating area and wooden pergola over, additional lawned gardens, greenhouse and storage shed. From the gardens views towards Alfreds Tower can be enjoyed.
LOCATION The village of Redlynch is situated between the thriving towns of Castle Cary and Bruton.
Castle Cary is an attractive market town with a good range of shops and amenities. There is a mainline station with trains to London/Paddington, good transport links on the A303 (M3/London Road) and Bath and Bristol can be serviced within the hour. 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 and good Inter-City services close by at Castle Cary. The town has retained a charming character over centuries of changes from pre-Doomsday to the present and is steeped in history. Bruton has a range of facilities including supermarkets, bank, post office, health centre, library, schools, inns and church and a recently opened international art gallery, Hauser and Wirth.
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