DESCRIPTION The Old Stable is a detached barn conversion originally constructed 1868 and converted 24 years ago set in an acre of gardens and land, double garage, attached studio and multiple parking. The property enjoys a quiet rural location at the end of a private drive with superb panoramic views over adjoining countryside. Exposed beams and timbers have been retained mainly on the first floor and dining room with the accommodation briefly comprising: Entrance lobby, cloakroom off opening into reception hall with turning stairs to the first floor. The sitting room is dual aspect with a multi fuel stove; dining room with vaulted ceiling; kitchen/breakfast room with oil fired rayburn and pine fronted units; all three reception rooms benefit from doors opening out to the garden. Utiity Room. On the first floor, Landing, walk-in airing cupboard, 3 double bedrooms, the master having fitted wardrobes, exposed timbers and en-suite bathroom with velux roof light; one of the other bedrooms also has fitted cupboards. Family shower room.
OUSIDE Set within its own gardens and grounds of approximately one acre, this attractive barn with wisteria hanging from the front elevation enjoys panoramic views across adjoining countryside. Shared driveway access (there is a fee of £24.00 per quarter towards upkeep charges) to own 5-bar entrance gate giving access to the gravel driveway, double garage, attached studio and multiple parking. The gardens are mainly to the rear with cobbled paths, lawn, mature trees and shrubs, rockery, vegetable areas and large pond. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the location of this property.
LOCATION The property is situated in the hamlet of Wraxall just a short distance from the A37 and the village of Ditcheat which is an idyllic village with old fashioned charm, having Church, Village Hall, local Pub and restaurant known as the Manor Inn; successful Primary School, local farm shop (Barbers) and local bus service. Access either to the A371 or A37. The nearby town of Castle Cary offers wide amenities and has an Intercity railway station London/Paddington in approximately 90 minutes
DIRECTIONS From Castle Cary proceed on the A371 towards Shepton Mallet, turning left just past Moff Motors signposted Alhampton and Ditcheat. Continue through the village of Alhampton until reaching Ditcheat. Turn left at the junction, past the Manor Inn on the right and proceed out of the village towards Wraxall. On entering the hamlet, turn left down the private drive with a Rose Farm Bed & Breakfast sign at the top; take the first left where the property will be found at the end of the drive.
LOCAL AUTHORITY Mendip District Council, Cannards Grave Road, Shepton Mallet. Tel: 01749 648999
SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Solar panels for hot water. Oil fired central heating to radiators
COUNCIL TAX BAND F
EPC RATING E
VIEWING Strictly through Cooper & Tanner on 01963 350327
AS REF: 18024 DECEMBER 2017
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