Henley, Langport, Somerset, TA10

£875,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A charming 15th century farmhouse situated in a beautiful rural position with stunning far reaching views, mature established gardens and land extending to approximately 11 acres. EPC Band E.

Situation

Windsor Farm is set in a quiet rural position surrounded by open farmland. The surrounding area provides excellent walking, riding and cycling facilities and there are a number of small towns located close in proximity providing everyday needs and amenities. The larger towns of Taunton, Bristol and Yeovil are all within easy commute and provide a more extensive range of recreational, scholastic and leisure facilities.

 

Taunton provides a direct rail service to London Paddington and Yeovil has a mainline rail link to London Waterloo. The M5 motorway can be accessed via Taunton by Junction 25 and Bristol & Exeter International Airports are under an hour commute. There are an excellent range of state and independent schools in the area including Millfield, Sherborne, Taunton School and Richard Hush Sixth Form College located in the heart of Taunton.

 

The property is surrounded by a range of Sporting Facilities with a number of different shoots, racecourses (Wincanton, Taunton, Exeter & Bath), a number of golf courses and a selection local clubs and organisations providing local cricket, rugby and football teams. The property is located within a thriving, friendly community with far reaching countryside views.

Description

Windsor Farmhouse is an highly attractive Grade II listed building believed to date back to the 15th Century constructed of mellow local lias stone with a part tiled and part thatched roof. The property has been extensively improved in recent years to include re-thatching, in Spring of 2017. The property retains many of its period features throughout to include oak and elm timberwork, beams, flagstone floors and traditional fireplaces, whilst high quality contemporary fittings have been added more recently. The property benefits from well-appointed bathroom suites, a fitted kitchen and has oil fired central heating throughout. The south facing property is truly stunning with private, well secluded mature gardens that surround it.

Accommodation

The well-proportioned accommodation includes a cross passage hall, which opens out to the garden room and there is ample boot and coats storage and doors off to the main reception rooms. The sitting room is a beautiful room with a large inglenook fireplace with a heavy beam over, inset wood burning stove, window seat and a heavy beamed ceiling. A door leads to; a well-proportioned garden room with windows and large doors opening out onto the patio terrace area. The kitchen / breakfast room is superbly appointed with flagstone floor, cross beamed ceiling and includes a range of matching wall and base units with island breakfast bar, timber and granite wok surfaces, a butler sink, integrated dishwasher, a large range cooker, coffee machine, fridge and microwave. The dining room is partly screened with tiled floor, beams and a stable door to the garden. A door leads to the inner hallway giving access to a downstairs cloakroom, shower room and utility room, which has space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There are further double doors that open to a study with French doors leading onto the garden and an open arch way leading onto the drawing room. This additional reception room is triple aspect and enjoys a wonderful outlook.

 

The first floor is accessed by two staircases from the kitchen and inner hall. Stairs rise to the first floor from the kitchen and inner hallway. The master bedroom is a double aspect room with vaulted ceilings and exposed ceiling beams. Adjacent is the bathroom and second bedroom, which again is of a good size. The staircase from the inner hallway leads to two further bedrooms and a well fitted bathroom suite.

Outside

To the front of the house is a beautiful well stocked garden enclosed by a low wall, providing a degree of privacy. To the side of the property is a driveway, which is approached through an archway with electric gates, which leads onto a substantial gravelled parking and turning area, enclosed by high stone walls which in turn leads to the outbuildings. The outbuildings include garaging, stores, a tractor shed and an outhouse with a dog washing facility.

 

To the side of the property is a delightful, very private lawned area enclosed by mature trees and shrubs with a vegetable garden, raised beds and fruit cages. Adjacent to the property is a large paved terrace area, which is approach via French doors from the main living areas. Beyond the gardens are an orchard, woodland and meadow areas, which all enjoy stunning far reaching countryside views of the hills and beyond.

Directions

From Taunton proceed to the Creech Castle junction and join the A38 road towards Bridgwater. Proceed towards Bathpool and along the dual carriage way. Turn right onto the A361 at Walford Cross signposted Glastonbury and continue through Durston, East Ling, Burrowbridge and Othery. Continue to Pudwell, turn right towards Henley and follow the road, taking the turning on the right as signposted Animal Rescue Sanctuary. Continue and take the next left hand turn sign posted Henley and Windsor Farm can be found straight in front of you at the Junction.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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