4 bedroom detached house for saleRedway, Porlock
Guide Price £565,000
Sought after Exmoor Village
Beautifully presented throughout
2 reception rooms
4 first floor bedrooms
Second floor 3 room suite/annexe
Oil fired central heating
Approximately 1 acre of mature gardens
Excellent facilities & garage
Wonderful coastal and country views
Within the Exmoor National Park
Burley House stands proud set deep within its own gardens and grounds in a slightly elevated location at the foot of the famous Porlock Hill and with views over part of the village towards Bossington Hill and the coast particularly from the first and second floor and rear gardens.
The property offers generously proportioned and very well presented versatile accommodation with oil fired central heating and arranged over three floors to include four first floor bedrooms and on the second floor there are two further rooms and a kitchenette suitable as a separate suite or annexe accommodation. The property is considered to be equally suitable as a large family home or for someone wishing to take advantage of the country guest house trade available in this ever popular Exmoor village.
Reception Hall With original tiled flooring, original staircase leading to the first floor and walk in understairs cloaks cupboard.
Drawing Room A superb double aspect room overlooking the front gardens with views towards Bossington Hill. Open fireplace with surround and timber mantle over, coved ceiling and door leading to
Study With side aspect window.
Dining Room A double aspect room with French doors leading to the front terrace and gardens, coved ceiling and glazed hardwood French door leading to the kitchen.
Fitted Kitchen Enjoying a southerly aspect with stable door leading out onto the rear courtyards, underfloor heating. A range of base and wall units with solid wooden doors, roll edged work surfaces with tiled surrounds, one and a half bowl sink unit with waste disposal unit, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge/freezer, Leisure Dual Fuel range cooker Rangemaster 110 cooker with electric double oven and gas hob, electric griddle and plate warmer, extractor hood over, a further range of matching wall mounted cupboards and display cabinets, beamed ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights and skylights.
Utility Room Door to garden and rear aspect windows, skylights, internal window to the dining room, oil fired central heating, condensing combination boiler, base unit with worktop surface and stainless steel sink unit, space for washing machine and tumble dryer and door leading to -
Cloakroom with rear aspect window, low level WC, corner wash hand basin and part tiled surrounds.
Stairs rising to -
First Floor Split Level Landing with recessed tall window overlooking the rear gardens.
Bedroom 1 A superb triple aspect room with outlooks over the gardens across Porlock Bay towards Hurlstone and with the Welsh Coastline in the distance, pleasant views to the rear gardens. Coved ceiling, wash hand basin, storage cupboard and triple wardrobes.
Bedroom 2 Front aspect window again with excellent views, coved ceiling and built in wardrobe.
Bedroom 3 A double aspect room off the half landing enjoying views over the front gardens towards Bossington Hill and Hurlstone Point.
Bedroom 4 Coved ceiling and side aspect window.
With double aspect windows to the rear and side, panelled bath with shower attachment over, wash hand basin, WC, double shower cubicle, part tiled surrounds and built in airing cupboard.
Second Bathroom Side aspect window, panelled bath, wash hand basin, WC, corner shower cubicle and part tiled surrounds.
Staircase rising from the first floor landing to
SECOND FLOOR SUITE/ANNEXE
Kitchenette With side aspect window, base units with work top surfaces, inset sink unit, plumbing and space for washing machine, walk in storage cupboard and built in cupboard.
There are two further rooms which are equally suitable as fifth and sixth bedrooms or to provide annexe accommodation.
Burley House is set deep within its own extensive grounds and amounts to approximately one acre standing proud in a slightly elevated position taking full advantage of the surrounding views. The property is approached via double opening timber gates leading onto a wide tarmac drive providing parking facilities for several vehicles. Stone steps lead down to the front gardens which enjoy a sheltered position and have well tended lawns. There are a wide variety of ornamental trees and shrubs to the borders, seating area and a raised timber decked patio with summerhouse to one corner and a pond to the side.
Stone steps from the drive lead up to the front of the property where there is a terraced patio and seating area and there is side access to the rear of the property. There are further steps from the tarmac leading up to the further patio area where access can be gained to the kitchen door and this area gives a high degree of privacy.
The rear gardens can be gained via steps and a pathway which works it way round the gardens and these gardens slope up towards open countryside and are mainly laid to lawn with a wide variety of fruit trees, ornamental trees, flowers and shrubs and superb views towards Bossington Hill and the coast can be viewed particularly well from the far rear of the gardens.
Garage 16'5 x 9'3. With up and over door and with power and roof storage space.
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Mains water, drainage and electric. Oil fired central heating.
Drawing Room 27' x 13'10" (8.23m x 4.22m). 13'10 is max
Dining Room 20'7" x 14' (6.27m x 4.27m).
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 20'3" x 15' (6.17m x 4.57m). 15' is max
Utility 13'5" x 5'11" (4.1m x 1.8m).
Study 11'11" x 6'6" (3.63m x 1.98m).
Landing to first floor
Master Bedroom 1 20'7" x 14' (6.27m x 4.27m). 14' is max
Bedroom 2 14' x 11' (4.27m x 3.35m). 11' is max
Bedroom 3 11'11" x 10'5" (3.63m x 3.18m).
Bathroom 8'6" x 8'3" (2.6m x 2.51m).
Bedroom 4 10'9" x 8'8" (3.28m x 2.64m).
Bathroom 14' x 6' (4.27m x 1.83m).
Landing to second floor
Bedroom 5 16' x 11'11" (4.88m x 3.63m). 16' is max
Dressing Room 9'10" x 7'3" (3m x 2.2m).
Bedroom 6 17'3" x 10'9" (5.26m x 3.28m). 17'3 is max
Kitchenette 11'5" x 10'10" (3.48m x 3.3m). 11'5 is max
Garage 16'5" x 9'3" (5m x 2.82m).
From Minehead proceed on the A39 towards Porlock (5 miles), proceed through the village passing the church on your left and at the fork in the road at the end of the village keep left heading towards Lynton and Lynmouth and proceed up past some cottages on your left and as the road straightens out Burley House will be found on the right hand side.
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