- Entrance Hall and cloakroom
- Double aspect sitting room with wood burning stove and doors to garden
- Family room/study with southerly outlook
- Dining room with inglenook fireplace
- Kitchen/breakfast room with AGA
- 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
- Detached barn with garaging and home office/studio over
- Heated swimming pool with solar PV panels. BBQ lodge and African thatched gazebo
- Grounds of about 1.5 acres with stream frontage
A 16th century former mill house, offering beautifully presented accommodation of character, with an excellent range of buildings including a detached studio/home office, in grounds of about 1.5 acres, situated in the Quantock Hills close to the popular village of Kingston St Mary
This handsome and beautifully presented former mill offers accommodation of immense charm and character. The property, which is not listed, enjoys a wonderful south-westerly aspect over looking its grounds which include numerous mature trees, outbuildings and a heated swimming pool. The property has been updated and improved in recent years and is offered with double glazing and oil fired central heating. In addition there are wood burning stoves and open fireplaces. It provides adaptable accommodation and the detached home office/studio provides the potential to be enlarged and to include the ground floor workshop/store and garage, (subject to any necessary consents) to create a self-contained annexe. This is ideal for the multi-generational family or for those wishing to generate an income. The gardens surround the house and there are no immediate neighbouring properties. The grounds include a stream and extend to about 1.5 acres.
The large double aspect sitting room enjoys wonderful views over the grounds and sliding patio doors open directly to the garden. This room features a wood burning stove. The study/family room, is also a double aspect room and enjoys a wonderful southerly outlook. It also has an open fireplace. The dining room features a large inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. The kitchen/breakfast room enjoys a double aspect and has an oil-fired AGA and pantry. The downstairs cloakroom is approached from the entrance hall.
On the first floor can be found a master bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing room/bedroom 5/nursery. There are 3 further bedrooms and a well appointed family bathroom.
Bradford Mill is offered with an excellent range of outbuildings. A two-storey barn has been converted to provide a first floor home office/studio with adjoining hobbies room and provides the potential to include the ground floor workshop/store and garage, to provide a self-contained annexe (subject to the usual consents and regulations). Also within the grounds can be found a BBQ lodge with 4 lift up sleeping beds and adjoining kitchenette. An African thatched gazebo affords stunning views over the garden.
Gardens and grounds
The gardens and grounds extend to about 1.5 acres and include a stream. A heated swimming pool with adjacent terrace enjoys a wonderful southerly aspect and a high level of privacy. There is a very useful changing room hut. The gardens include many mature trees and shrubs and adjoin open farmland. There is substantial off-road parking.
The property stands within the Quantock Hills which are designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are numerous footpaths and bridleways nearby from which to explore this stunning countryside, including nearby Hestercombe House and Fyne Court. The nearby and sought after village of Kingston St Mary provides a very active community with many clubs and organisations and amenities to include a primary school, pub, parish Church, village hall, playing field and garage. Taunton the county town of Somerset is about 4 miles away and the mainline railway station (London Paddington 1 hour 40 minutes on selected trains) is readily accessible, being on the same side of the town. Taunton is well known for its schooling with Kings Hall, Kings College, Queens College and Taunton School all situated within the town. The town offers excellent shopping facilities and sporting opportunities including the County cricket ground and Taunton racecourse. The town lies close to the M5 motorway affording easy access to the larger cities of Bristol and Exeter.