ACCOMMODATION Press Bars Farm is a substantial period property nestled within the heart of this picturesque village. The property offers spacious and flexible accommodation but also benefits from income potential with the addition of two self-contained annexes; one offering three bedrooms and the other offering two bedrooms. These could be incorporated into the main living accommodation or would be ideal for dependant relatives.
A drive way leads to the front of the property where there is ample space for off road parking for several cars. The property is accessed from the front elevation where a uPVC obscure double glazed door opens in to an entrance hall providing space for shoes and coats and which leads to the conservatory which was added by the current owners four years ago. The modern kitchen is spacious with room for a dining table and features wall and base units, integrated fridge freezer with space and plumbing for a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and access to the downstairs cloakroom. Leading on from the kitchen there is a good size dining room which gives access to a small hallway with stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to a spacious study and the large living room which boasts many character features such as flag stone flooring, exposed stone walls, inglenook fireplace and a second open fireplace.
On the first floor the landing gives access to three spacious double bedrooms, two of which have built in wardrobes and all three feature wooden beams which really add to the beautiful character that this property has to offer. The family bathroom comprises of pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC, bidet and a wood panelled bath.
LOCATION The village of Compton Dundon is one of the most picturesque areas of Somerset with both the Polden Hills and the Somerset levels nearby. Locally there is a church, village hall, garage and pub. The nearby market town of Somerton (approximately 3.5 miles away) provides a range of amenities including a shopping precinct, schools, a library, doctors surgery, several public houses and restaurants. A wide range of further amenities are available in Street and Glastonbury including quality schooling at all levels such as renowned Millfield School, Crispin School & Strode College. Shoppers can enjoy Clarks Outlet Village within the heart of Street, just a 10 minute drive away as well as a wide range of health, leisure, shopping and dining options. Castle Cary offers access to direct rail links to London Paddington as is just an approximate 15 minute drive away.
SERVICES Mains electric, water and drainage are connected. LPG fired central heating is installed..
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 17' 10" x 10' 8" (5.44m x 3.25m)
DINING ROOM 9' 6" x 9' (2.9m x 2.74m)
SITTING ROOM 26' 3" x 11' 11" (8m x 3.63m)
STUDY 11' 5" x 8' 10" (3.48m x 2.69m)
CONSERVATORY 26' x 11' 6" (7.92m x 3.51m)
BEDROOM ONE 14' 9" x 11' 9" (4.5m x 3.58m)
BEDROOM TWO 12' 4" x 11' 9" (3.76m x 3.58m)
BEDROOM THREE 11' 5" x 8' 10" (3.48m x 2.69m)
COTTAGE ONE - SITTING ROOM 10' 3" x 15' 11" (3.12m x 4.85m)
COTTAGE ONE - BEDROOM ONE 10' 1" x 16' 1" (3.07m x 4.9m)
COTTAGE ONE - BEDROOM TWO 10' 2" x 11' 9" (3.1m x 3.58m)
COTTAGE ONE - BEDROOM THREE 8' 6" x 6' 6" (2.59m x 1.98m)
COTTAGE TWO - SITTING ROOM 11' 6" x 12' 11" (3.51m x 3.94m)
COTTAGE TWO - BEDROOM ONE 10' 1" x 11' 9" (3.07m x 3.58m)
COTTAGE TWO - BEDROOM TWO 8' 10" x 7' 10" (2.69m x 2.39m)
VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Strictly via Cooper and Tanner on 01458 840416. If arriving early please wait to be greeted by a member of our team.
OUTSIDE Press Bars Farm is situated in the corner of its large plot, c. 2.5 acres. A five bar gate gives access to the driveway which leads to a parking area for several vehicles in front of the large barn and outbuildings. Which consist of a hay store, a large barn containing four stables and two separate stores. A pedestrian gate from the parking area gives access to the patio which runs across the front elevation with a gravel area which is perfect for a range of garden furniture. Beyond the patio the property enjoys a good size front garden which is laid to lawn. Behind the outbuilding is a large area of pasture land which features a naturally filling pond.
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