DESCRIPTION Situated in the sought after village of Chapel Allerton, Maytree Farm is a period detached property with spacious living accommodation with the addition of attached barns with potential for an office / studio or holiday let, with the relevant consent.
On entering the property, a large entrance hall leads to a farmhouse style kitchen / dining room. The kitchen, with views of the courtyard area of garden, is fitted with an aga and a range of fitted wall and floor units, and a separate shelved pantry. Incorporated in the kitchen is a dining area enjoying a dual aspect to the courtyard garden.
The ground floor further leads to a snug, study, and well proportioned sitting room featuring a cast iron log burning stove and french doors opening onto the front garden area. The second reception room features a stunning inglenook fireplace, original flagstone floor, and french doors opening into the rear garden. In addition, there is a downstairs cloakroom, and plenty of cupboard storage throughout. To the rear there is a useful utility area with rear aspect window opening onto a covered porch. There is also a boiler room where the boiler is located.
On the second floor, there are four bedrooms, with the spaceous Master bedroom benefitting from a newly refitted en suite shower room, with underfloor heating installed. The family bathroom has a white suite, comprising of a wash hand basin, bath and low level WC, and heated towel rail.
OUTSIDE The property benefits from a front stone boundary wall with a wrought iron gate opening onto a paved pathway. The frontage is laid predominantly to level lawn with planted borders and enclosed boundaries. Mature bay hedging providing privacy from neighbours. To the left side of the house an archway opens onto a side pathway leading to the rear garden with a raised area housing the oil tank and with a small stone lean-to store (useful for bikes, garden equipment etc). To the right of the property there is a very private and enclosed paved sunken courtyard overlooked by the kitchen. From here, three stone steps lead to the side of the property and again into the rear garden.
The rear garden is quiet and private, fully enclosed on all boundaries with a combination of picket fencing and curved, medium height stone wall. The garden is mainly laid to two areas of level lawn with vegetable beds and a central paved pathway leading to the rear. There is also a sunken courtyard area immediately to the rear of the family room, with curved stone retaining walls, a metal grid reveals a deep well. A gate to the rear leads onto a further area which is used for parking, accessed via the rear boundary of the property on Back Lane. The parking area (which has shared access with an adjoining property), can
accommodate upto six cars. There is also a single garage.
LOCATION The tranquil rural yet accessible hamlets of Chapel Allerton and Stone Allerton lie between the historic village centre of Wedmore and the A38 with direct links to Bristol International Airport (c 14 miles) and the M5 junction 22 (c 7 miles). The Cathedral City of Wells is c 12 miles distant whilst the larger centres of Bristol and Bath are c 23 and 30 miles respectively. The property also falls within the popular Hugh Sexey/Kings of Wessex Academy catchment area.
DIRECTIONS From our office in the Village of Wedmore proceed up Church Street (B3139) past the Church on the right hand side. Take the first turning on your right hand side into Lascot Hill (signposted Weare). Continue along this road past the Windmill at Ashton on your left and on dropping down the hill take the first turning on your left into Rawlings Lane. At the end of this road turn right and then take the second turning on the left into Front Street (signposted to the Church). Proceed along and Maytree Farm will be found after approximately 100 yards on the right hand side.