West Quantoxhead, Taunton

£350,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Period Mock Tudor Detached House

Edge of Quantock Hills Village

Coast within a few minutes walk

Sitting Room with bay window

Dining Room with woodburner

Fitted Kitchen

Separate Utility Room

3 Bedrooms

Bathroom with shower over bath

Oil central heating

Double Glazing

Surrounding gardens

Off road Parking

Williton 3 miles

County town Taunton 14 miles

No Chain

Originally one of the gate houses to the nearby St Audries Manor, Rydon Lodge and was built in the mid 1800's in mock Tudor design with decorative timber work.

The accommodation which is of considerable character and charm is equipped with oil fired central heating, double glazing and is arranged over two floors in brief comprising; heavy timber entrance door leading to a church style entrance porch with bench seating and flag stone flooring. The sitting room has an open stone fireplace, bay window, recessed shelving to alcove and an understairs storage cupboard. There is a separate dining room with inglenook style fireplace with beam over, bread oven, tiled hearth and slate effect vinyl floor covering. Off the rear hall there is a door to outside and to the kitchen which is fitted with a range of pine fronted base and wall units with stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap set in a range of roll edged working surfaces with part tiled surrounds and vinyl floor covering. There is also a separate utility room with roll edged working surfaces with stainless steel single drainer sink unit with cupboards under, plumbing for washing machine, vinyl floor covering and oil fired boiler heating the central heating and domestic hot water system.

A carpeted staircase from the dining room leads to first floor landing with feature clover shaped window. There are three bedrooms, the master being a double aspect room with built in wardrobe and one bedroom having a feature cast iron corner fireplace. The bathroom is fitted with a three piece white and chrome suite comprising; bath set in a part tiled surround with electric shower over, low level w.c, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, radiator/rail and vinyl floor covering.

The property is approached through a five bar timber gate onto a gravelled drive providing parking and turning facilities. The property stands in good sized surrounding gardens laid predominantly to lawn with shrub borders, paved patio, stone built store and two summer houses.

West Quantoxhead is served by a local inn, church, filling station/shop, there are footpaths and bridleways close by leading to superb moorland and woodland walking and riding on the Quantock Hills and the coast is within a mile or so. The everyday shopping facilities and amenities of Williton are approximately three miles, West Somerset's premier resort of Minehead approximately eleven miles and the county town of Taunton approximately thirteen miles which has mainline rail connections and access to the motorway network. The property is also convenient for exploring the vast expanses of the Exmoor National Park and although Exmoor is one of the smallest National Parks it is probably one of the most attractive with a wide variety of scenery ranging from the high moorland (over 1700 feet at Dunkery Beacon), deep wooded river valleys and quaint villages. The moor provides a range of outdoor facilities and activities including walking, riding, fishing on the Barle and Exe together with a range of wildlife.

From Minehead proceed on the A39 towards Williton. On reaching the mini roundabout at Williton take the first exit and continue on the A39 heading towards Bridgwater. Proceed for approximately 3 miles and on reaching West Quantoxhead (St Audries) take the first left hand turn sign posted Doniford and Watchet, follow the road for approximately half a mile where the property will be found on the right hand side.

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