ACCOMMODATION: This truly individual and impressive detached home has been thoroughly and meticulously improved by the current owners with interior fixtures and fittings of the highest quality throughout. The spacious internal accommodation provides possibilities for large families with potential annexe or holiday let accommodation as required. This briefly comprises a front elevation sheltered by a storm porch with door opening to a lobby with fitted coat cupboard and obscure glazed door into the impressive reception hall. Here there is a wonderful display of exposed woodwork, stairs rising to the first floor gallery landing with generous storage cupboard beneath and doors opening to ground floor accommodation in addition to a stylishly presented cloakroom. The informal sitting room has a front facing bay and attractive stone fireplace with integral log burning stove creating a cosy feel. A wonderful formal living room, of particularly generous proportions features a dual aspect with front and side facing windows and another attractive stone fireplace with integral log burning stove. Folding double doors open from here to a fantastic dining room providing plenty of space for entertaining on a grand scale. Double doors from here allow the accommodation to flow beautifully out towards the rear garden and linking up with a breakfast room and the kitchen. This Dreamscape bespoke high quality kitchen comprises a comprehensive range of wall and base units with granite work surfaces, soft close drawers and cupboards throughout, island with ceramic electric hob and cooker hood over and twin Belfast style ceramic sinks with mixer tap. Integrated appliances include a range style Lacanche oven with gas hob and matching cooker hood over, dishwasher, American style fridge/freezer and waste disposal drawer. The bespoke breakfast station features a fitted microwave and space for toaster and crockery. A door opens from the kitchen to the rear lobby from which there is access to the generous utility room featuring a comprehensive range of matching hand crafted units with granite work surfaces, twin Belfast style drainer sink with mixer tap and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a well-proportioned office, ideal for a home businesses or providing potential to create a self-contained annexe, subject to permission.
The integral double garage also has a range of fitted shelving, power supply for additional white goods, remote up and over door and comfortable space for two vehicles. An individual staircase leads up over the garage to a large games room with a dual aspect, enjoying far reaching views to the South across wonderful countryside. A loft hatch provides access to the generous roof void and a door opens into a cloakroom with flush WC, wash basin and storage cupboard to the eaves.
The beautifully spacious, light and airy first floor landing has two front facing windows enjoying wonderful countryside views, stairs rising to the second floor and doors opening off to four tastefully presented and generously proportioned double bedrooms, three of which feature their own high spec en-suite facilities. Two of the bedrooms also feature fitted wardrobes. The beautifully finished family bathroom with four piece suite includes flush WC, wash basin upon bespoke vanity unit and granite work surface, roll top freestanding bath and walk-in shower cubicle with rain head style shower.
To the second floor, a landing area features a rear facing Velux window for natural light and doors opening to a generous double bedroom and a large c.29ft long room with two large rear facing Velux windows allowing in plenty of natural light. This space provides potential for a further bedroom, reception room or craft/office space as required.
OUTSIDE: To the front elevation, the property is accessed from a wide opening where the impressive entrance is denoted by stone pillars and a five bar gate leading to a large driveway stretching across the front of the property and continuing down the side towards the separate workshop/garage. A remote up and over door also opens from here to the integral double garage. The remainder of the front elevation is laid mostly to well-maintained lawns and bordered by mature trees and hedgerow. Lawn continues down one side of the property where there is a range of fruit trees and gated entry to the enclosed rear garden. Further gated entry to the opposite side elevation is also available to the rear. This area is attractively landscaped providing space for entertaining and for families with children or pets. A large patio spans the rear elevation providing plenty of space for a range of outside furniture and barbecues as well as pedestrian access through the side of the detached workshop and to a 'gardeners loo'. The rest of the garden is laid mainly to lawn and enclosed by fencing and hedgerow. To one corner is a substantial chicken coop and to the other behind the workshop are water butts and potting area. The workshop itself provides a multitude of possibilities in the form of further vehicular storage or potential conversion (subject to permission) to provide separate annexe accommodation. Power and water supply are already in situ here. A log store can be found at the end of the driveway in front of the separate workshop.
LOCATION: Located on the edge of the village whilst remaining within a short walk of the local shop and highly regarded Quarry Inn. The popular village of Keinton Mandeville also benefits from a hairdresser, successful Primary School, Parish and Methodist Churches and Equestrian and leisure facilities locally. Street and Glastonbury are approximately 10-15 minute drive away where a wide range of everyday amenities including health, leisure and shopping can be found. Bath and Bristol are approximately one hour by road. Renowned Millfield School is also located in Street, as is Clarks Village Factory Outlet.
SERVICES: Mains gas, electric and water are in place and private drainage is to a septic tank.
VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS: Strictly via Cooper and Tanner on 01458 840416. If arriving early please wait to be greeted by a member of our team.
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