Mudford, Yeovil

£925,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
A delightful Grade II listed farmhouse with excellent range of traditional outbuildings set in grounds of approx. 2.69 acres. EPC EXEMPT

SITUATION & DESCRIPTION

The Old Farmhouse lies in a semi-rural location in the hamlet of West Mudford, on the outskirts of Mudford, which offers a range of facilities including Church, Village Hall which offers a lively programme of events including a weekly coffee morning, Public House and Store. Yeovil is within 4 miles where an excellent selection of shopping including a Marks and Spencer store, recreational and scholastic facilities can be found together with a mainline rail links to London (Waterloo). Yeovil Junction station links between Weymouth and Bristol. Castle Cary station gives access to London (Paddington) and Penzance. Sherborne is within 6 miles with its wide range of shops, including Waitrose supermarket and a choice of independent and state schools. The A303 can be joined within 5 miles.

The property comprises five bedroom detached Grade II listed farmhouse constructed principally of brick with attractive carved Hamstone mullioned windows and leaded lights. The house is full of character with exposed beams, large open fireplaces, flagstone flooring yet also has the benefit of oil fired central heating. There are a range of traditional outbuildings known as The Long Barn and Cider Barn, which subject to planning could make excellent additional accommodation.

DIRECTIONS

From Yeovil head north. At the Yeovil college roundabout take the 3rd exit Mudford Road. Stay on the A359 and after approximately 3 miles the village of Mudford will be found. Continue through the village, shortly after the public house take the next turning left, passing St. Marys church on your left hand side. After approximately mile on a right hand bend turn left, whereupon The Old Farmhouse will be seen a short distance along on the right hand side.

ACCOMMODATION

A flagstone pathway leads to a carved Hamstone entrance portico with leaded glazed front door opening into a spacious hallway with flagstone flooring and beams with stairs to first floor. The drawing room has a brick fireplace with canopy hood over and Hamstone lintel with recess bookshelves to side, exposed beams and window seat. The farmhouse kitchen is accessed off the rear hall and comprises range of fitted cupboards and drawers, exposed beams, flagstone flooring and an oil fired Aga. Adjoining utility with a range of cupboards and drawers and plumbing for washing machine and sink.

Off the main hallway is a generous dining room with recessed fireplace, canopy hood and display alcoves either side. Flagstone flooring, window seat and exposed beams. Doorway with steps lead down to the sitting room with attractive Hamstone fireplace, stable door to garden and door to courtyard. Further door leads to the rear hall, with door to courtyard, wash hand basin and Camray oil fired boiler. Adjoining cloakroom and a ground floor bedroom with wash basin, wardrobe and book shelves.

On the first floor, spacious landing with store/linen cupboard. 4 bedrooms with mullioned windows and feature porthole in Bedroom 4, 2 with en suites complemented by a large family bathroom and separate cloakroom. Access to spacious attic.

The property enjoys an excellent range of traditional outbuildings known as The Long Barn and The Cider Barn which subject to the necessary planning permission could be used for alternative uses.

THE LONG BARN

Comprises a traditional two storey brick barn contained beneath a tiled roof. On the ground floor is a garage with steps rising to the first floor, adjoining stable, workshop approached through double wooden doors, connected with power and light and a concrete slope leading to a useful studio room with flagstone floor, power and double doors to side. On the first floor can be found four separate rooms with various openings.

THE CIDER BARN

Adjoins the farmhouse to the rear and is again constructed principally of brick and contained beneath a tiled roof. It is divided into two rooms together with an internal stable and part of the cider press. On the first floor can be found further storage with steps leading down to the garden.

GARDENS & GROUNDS

The front garden is protected by a brick retaining wall with central flagstone path to the front door. A five bar wooden gate provides access to the rear courtyard giving access to the various outbuildings and ample parking for several vehicles. To the side of the property is a paved patio with steps up to a main garden which is beautifully landscaped providing an expansive area mainly laid to lawn with various shrubs, bushes and fine mature trees together with a pond. Beyond is the orchard planted with a selection of fruit trees with gateway leading into the field. Adjoining the garden is a further lawned area and fully enclosed kitchen garden with numerous beds and greenhouse. To the side of the Cider Barn are three brick pig sties and a further garden area. The adjoining level field is both hedged and protected by post and rail fencing with the benefit of good road access. It measures approximately 1.77 acres.

SERVICES

Mains Electricity and Water supply. Private Drainage. Oil Fired central heating.

VIEWINGS

Strictly by appointment with the vendors selling agent Stags, Yeovil 01935 475000

Arrange viewing 01935 321902

Stags - Yeovil

4-6 Park Rd, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 1DZ

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