A stunning detached period farmhouse which offers substantial accommodation and well-proportioned rooms, all with good ceiling heights, and having four spacious double bedrooms. The property has been completely re-decorated in neutral colours throughout with new carpets on the stairs and landings. The house is surrounded by fantastic gardens and views of the open countryside. The house has oil fired central heating, double glazing and parking for several cars.
There are a wealth of period features, including two working fireplaces, and this property must be viewed to appreciate the high standard of accommodation on offer.
Upon entering this fabulous home, you are greeted by a large hallway with access into two separate, spacious reception rooms both of which have working fire places. The sitting room retains many of the period features including two window seats.
The farmhouse style kitchen enjoys a range of wall and floor units with spaces for fridge/freezer and dishwasher there is an integrated electric oven with electric hon and extractor over. Within this good sized room there is the additional benefit of two large traditional larder cupboards. Off the kitchen is a side entrance which leads to the hall/lobby with flagstone floor, the boot room and a separate utility room with Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine and a range of shelving units and a separate w.c.
Upstairs the house divides into the original medieval part of the farmhouse and the later Victorian addition which are all accessed via extremely wide landings on two levels.
There are four substantial double bedrooms which benefit from good sized windows, many retaining original features and two family bathrooms. All of the bathrooms are a good size and have white suites with showers over the bath.
The mature gardens surround the property from all corners, and are planted with a variety of shrubs and trees. There is a sizeable private driveway which leads to the property with parking for several cars and a very useful shed which offers additional storage.
Ideal location for commuting to Bath, Bristol, Wells and Shepton Mallet. Emborough is set on the edge of the Mendip Hills and offer a wide range of outdoor sports and leisure activities. The hills are recognised as a national centre for caving and cave diving, as well as being popular with climbers, hillwalkers and natural historians.
Schools are plentiful and close by is the popular Chewton Mendip village school, which is a highly regarded primary school and pre-school. Also nearby is the Cathedral School, the Blue School and a choice of primary schools in Wells, Millfield School in Street and Downside school in Stratton-on-the-Fosse are easily accessible.
Emborough also benefits from being in easy reach of Castle Cary inter-city main line station.
Please telephone Lauren Patterson, Natasha Mears or Jean Moakes to book a viewing today on 01749 372200.