- Entrance Hall and cloakroom
- Sitting room with wood burning stove
- Dining room with views over the gardens
- Master bedroom with en suite shower room
- 2 further bedrooms and family bathroom
- Separate Orangery with home office, studio, kitchenette and shower room
- Large steel framed barn providing excellent garaging and workshop
- Mature wooded grounds of almost 6 acres
- Sought after village and close to good local amenities
A particularly handsome Grade II listed Palladian lodge, with separate orangery providing home office/studio, large barn/workshop, all set in mature wooded grounds of almost 6 acres, on the edge of this sought after village.
Palladian in style, Buttles Lodge is believed to date back to the early 1830's, is Listed Grade II and thought to have been modelled on a temple in the grounds of Stowe House, Buckinghamshire. It was built for Lady Anna Gore Langton, daughter of the 2nd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos and the property was formerly an exit lodge to Hatch Park and has beautiful mature wooded grounds of almost 6 acres. The current owners have built an Orangery which provides additional accommodation providing great flexibility as to use. There is also a large steel famed barn providing excellent storage and garaging.
A pillared entrance opens to an entrance lobby leading into a double storey entrance hall with turning staircase and cloakroom. The sitting room has a high stone mantelpiece, recessed arch and windows enjoying views over the gardens and a small office area off. A well fitted kitchen with a range of Shaker style cupboards opens to the contemporary style dining room, which has three glazed elevations and enjoys glorious views over the gardens. The first floor landing leads to the principal bedroom, which has lovely outlooks and has an en suite shower room. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The Orangery is set away from the Lodge and was built by the current owners to provide additional space It provides great flexibility as to use and is ideal as a home office/studio/overflow accommodation. It has a pillared façade and consists of a large glazed room overlooking the grounds along with a separate kitchenette and shower room, along with steps rising to a study/store.
A large steel framed barn provides excellent storage and covered parking. The barn also includes a large workshop and WC.
Gardens and grounds
The gardens and grounds are a delight for those wishing to be able wander through their own and private grounds. Set behind iron railings, the property is accessed via a semi circular driveway which provides ample parking and leads past the property to the garage and steel framed barn.
As well as open lawned areas, the woodland includes two ponds and has a wide range of beautiful and mature specimen trees, including Sequoias, Cedar, Oak, Ash and Elm to name but a few.
Hatch Beauchamp lies 6 miles to the south east of the county town of Taunton and is a popular village with good local amenities; fine parish church, public house, primary school, garage and recreation ground. The village is easily accessible to the nearby A358, which provides good access to both Taunton to the north and the A303 is accessible at Ilminster to the south. The village is surrounded by attractive countryside and there are several local footpaths that provide easy access to the surrounding countryside.
International airports can be found at both Bristol and Exeter and Taunton provides a mainline rail link to London Paddington.