- Stunning Georgian House with many original period features
- 3 large elegant reception rooms with high ceilings
- Well fitted Kitchen/breakfast room opening to the garden room
- Utility and cloakroom
- Master bedroom with built in wardrobes and en suite bathroom
- 5 further bedrooms and 2 further bath/shower rooms
- Extensive cellars
- Oil central heating
- Level lawned gardens with paved terrace and garage/store
- Village edge location, close to open countryside
This handsome Grade II listed Georgian house has a wonderful facade of pleasing symmetry and offers extremely spacious and elegant accommodation arranged over 4 floors. Whilst the property is attached at the rear to the original Tudor farmhouse, it has all the ambience of a detached house. The property is beautifully presented and exhibits many features of the period including excellent decorative plaster work, elegant fireplaces and large sash windows, some with shutters.
The main entrance hall is very spacious with an elegant balustraded staircase giving access to the first floor. The drawing room is beautifully proportioned and has a wood burning stove. The dining room is also of a good size with a decorative plaster work ceiling and built in glass fronted cupboards. The kitchen/breakfast room is well fitted with extensive cupboards and corian worktops. This room opens to the garden room with outlook over the kitchen garden. Also on the ground floor can be found a cloak/utility room.
On the first floor is a family sitting/television room, affording a lovely outlook over the garden and the adjacent landing is large enough to incorporate a desk for a study area, The master bedroom has extensive built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom. There is a further bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. On the second floor can be found 5 further bedrooms and a shower room. These rooms (subject to any consents) provide the potential to create a 'teenagers suite or ideal for Airbnb. There are also extensive cellars with external access and they house the oil fired boiler serving the central heating system.
The gardens enjoy a wonderful southerly aspect and being fully enclosed they enjoy a good deal of privacy. The property is approached via a remotely operated gateway and a gravelled drive leads to the front of the house with central water feature. There are large expanses of lawn with well stocked flower and shrub borders and there a paved terrace with pergola providing an attractive sitting/dining out area. On the West side of the house can be found a kitchen garden area with greenhouse. To the East of the house is timber framed garage/store.
The popular village of Shurton lies approximately 9 miles to the North West of Bridgwater, between the Somerset coastline and the Quantock Hills. Within the village is a popular pub and the nearby village of Stogursey offers a range of village amenities with primary school and village stores. As well as being accessible to Bridgwater, Shurton is within roughly half an hour's drive of the County town of Taunton. Bridgwater offers excellent road links via the M5 motorway (junctions 23 & 24) and the A38 with the town itself offering all day to day amenities including secondary schooling.