DESCRIPTION A delightful detached barn conversion situated in a rural location with wonderful views across neighbouring farmland and mature well stocked gardens, offering spacious, flexible and versatile accommodation across 2 floors to provide a wonderful family home.
The Barn House is constructed of natural stone walls under a clay tiled roof and originally dates back to 1780's and was converted by the present owners in 1994, retaining its character and charm throughout with exposed ceiling beams and wooden floorboards.
In brief the accommodation comprises wooden canopy porch with superb wooden door into the main lobby with stairs rising to the hallway with cloakroom leading off and staircase lowering to the ground floor. From the hallway a door to the left leads into the kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and base units with integrated oven, hob and fridge/freezer, bespoke wooden corner seating and steps up into the dining room with exposed beams and floorboards with extensive fitted storage to either side. To the right of the hallway a door leads into the snug with steps down to the sitting room, being dual aspect and having a feature fireplace with wood burning stove and further steps down to the music room/study. From here there is a door leading to the original exposed stone stairs to the front.
From the hallway stairs lower to the ground floor where there is a long hallway running across the back of the property. On the ground floor is the master bedroom with fitted wooden wardrobes and having an en-suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms to the ground floor with a further en-suite bathroom to the second bedroom, a spacious utility room and a family shower room. There is also a personal door to the outside from the hallway.
This property must be viewed to fully appreciate what this property has to offer. The property is also being sold with no onward chain.
OUTSIDE Approached over a shared driveway leading to a five bar wooden gate with gravelled driveway to the detached double garage and ample parking area and turning circles with mature apple trees. To the left hand side of the driveway is a mature walled rose garden with a wooden pergola over a seating area. There is a large kitchen garden with greenhouse, ideal for growing vegetables and is enclosed by hedging. The main gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with mature flowerbeds and borders with well stocked perennials, plants and shrubs. The double garage as twin up and over doors, having power and light with a garden store to one side.
LOCATION The hamlet of Woolston is a short distance from the village of North Cadbury and situated between Castle Cary and Yeovil with access to the A303. The village has a primary school, historic parish church, country inn and village hall. Castle Cary (3miles) is a small market town set in unspoilt countryside. It has many independent businesses including shops, boutiques and galleries. Amenities include Nursery, Primary and Secondary schools, Health Centre, Dental Practice, Library, Post Office, Delicatessens, Grocery Stores, Greengrocery, Newsagent, Chemist, Pubs and Tea shops. There are large supermarkets a 15 minute drive away and the towns of Wincanton and Shepton Mallet are close by. The cities of Bath, Bristol, Salisbury and Wells are all within easy driving distance. On the edge of Castle Cary is the railway station with its direct line to London and the A303 is a few miles south.
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