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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Redway, Porlock, Minehead, Somerset, TA24

£600,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Outstanding detached period home
  • Stunning views
  • 6 bedrooms
  • 3+ receptions
  • Landscaped gardens and grounds
  • Sought after village location
  • Sun terraces
  • Off street parking for multiple vehicles
  • Garage
  • Beautifully presented throughout

Full description

A rare opportunity to acquire both a fine and grand example of a 1920's style detached family residence. Occupying an elevated hillside position affording some splendid coastal and countryside views particularly from the first and second floor windows. The architectural styling draws heavily on the arts and craft movement of the time and this translates into the home with character and charm.

Burley House offers an extensive accommodation over 3 floors and is currently arranged with both an indulgent master bedroom wing to the first floor and two further bedrooms and shower rooms to the second floor. This property would lend itself well to a multi generational occupation.

Of particular note, as well as refurbishment works including a new second floor shower suite and décor to name just a few of our vendors activities since they have resided at Burley House, attention should be paid to the extensive work they have undertaken restoring the gardens and grounds. This has been a particular focus of our vendors to make the gardens multi-functional to appeal to both the keen gardener with an extensive and exotic range of established plants shrubs and trees but also to provide a garden which can be used, enjoyed and shared offering entertaining opportunity with its lawn, terraces and elevated decking space.

Without a doubt this is a home of distinction. In brief, accommodation on the ground floor comprises, entrance hall, living room, formal dining room, large kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and study. To the first floor can be found the master bedroom. This wing of the accommodation also incorporates the first family bathroom and our vendor has chosen to adopt the adjoining double bedroom as a dressing room, therefore becoming a magnificent master suite. There are two further bedrooms and another family bathroom on the first floor and to the second floor can be found two gorgeous bedrooms and further shower room.

All this along with gardens, off street parking, location and privacy should encourage an early internal inspection.

Full details as follows:

Reception Hall

Original red tile flooring restored by our vendors. Stair case rises and turns to the first floor split landing providing a walk in cloaks cupboard. There are doors to principal rooms.

Living Room 8.10 x 3.68 (max)

May formally be referred to as the drawing room in context to the period of the property. Double aspect with two large windows to the front aspect framing the views towards Bossington Hill and a further window to the side aspect overlooking the terrace. The living room also benefits from an open fire of period style. A door leads to:

Study 3.64 x 1.99

Window to side aspect and accommodating a home office.

Returning to the entrance hall and entering into:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 6.37 x 4.48

We believe the dimensions of the kitchen/diner would make it fair to say it is most generously proportioned.  Fitted with an extensive range of wall and base units with roll top worksurfaces and tiled splash backs.  What is we feel of note and a particular practical aspect of the kitchen is a breakfast bar area adjoin the area occupied by the range cooker making this an ideal entertaining space with ease of access to preparation space.  The kitchen wants for no mod cons as it includes a dishwasher, the aforementioned range cooker and a sink unit with waste disposal. The layout of the kitchen/breakfast room easily accommodates a good sized table and chairs, at present seating for six and has windows to both the rear and side aspect. A stable door opens onto the side aspect terrace area allowing for ease of alfresco dining surrounded the grounds. From the kitchen breakfast room a door opens into:

Utility Room 4.01 x 1.80 (including WC)

Proper sized and practical utility room. Door opens onto the garden and window to the rear aspect and skylights. Our vendor has updated the utility to properly house the washing machine and drier and also accommodates a further dishwasher for large family visits. There is a worksurface area, sink and radiator below which we have a lower down clothes area. Door opens into:

Cloakroom

Window rear aspect, suite comprises close couple WC and corner wash hand basin with part tiling to wall.

Upstairs

Split landing with stairs peeling to the respective windows and with a tall window overlooking the garden and illuminating the landing with space to sit and admire the view.

Master Bedroom Suite and Wing 6.26 x 4.29

The primary bedroom is a most generously proportioned triple aspect room with windows to the front aspect revealing spectacular views over Porlock, to sea and the Welsh coast beyond. There is an understairs storage cupboard

Bedroom Four 3.29 x 2.65

Window to the side aspect. Taken in conjunction with the master bedroom and bathroom beyond our vendor uses this as a walk in wardrobe and dressing room with ample hanging space but easily reverts back to its original purpose.

Bathroom One

As above because of its situation within the property this naturally serves the master bedroom as a wider ensuite arrangement. Two period style windows with mottled glass to the rear aspect and the bathroom suite comprises of a panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC of a period styling and double walk in shower enclosure. There is an additional benefit of an airing cupboard.

Bedroom Two 4.28 x 3.36

Window to the front aspect and sharing the same outlook as our master bedroom,

Bedroom Three 3.66 x 3.15

Dual aspect room with windows to the front and side aspect. Views from the front shared with that of the master and bedroom two.

Bathroom Two

Elegantly appointed and once again with a wonderful mottled glass window to the side aspect. Suite comprises of a panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC of a period styling and walk in corner shower enclosure.

Second Floor

Stairs rise to the second floor arriving at a good sized landing and doors lead to:

Bedroom Five 3.27 x 3.93

Dual aspect room with a large Velux to the front aspect with truly inspirational views by virtue of its second floor position and with a further dormer style window to the rear garden

Bedroom Six 4.80 x 3.39

Dual aspect with Velux windows front and rear and should come as no surprise that again it enjoys stunning views. A door leads to:

Dressing Room 3.00 x 2.20

Port Hole style window front aspect.

From the landing once again:

Shower room

Remodelled and refitted by our vendors to provide a walk in shower which is beautifully tiled and the suite completes with a contemporary WC and wash hand basin set on top of storage. Tiling continues and a generous Velux lights the while space. Door leads into further storage.

Outside

The gardens have been the focus of attention for our vendors who had a clear idea that that they wanted to restore them to their former glory but also create practical space to sit and enjoy, to entertain the family and with regards to the rear garden take full advantage of the outstanding views.

Front

Double gates open into a wide driveway with parking for multiple vehicles. A wide evergreen hedgerow affords privacy from the road and steps descend into the lawn area. With boundaries defined with new fencing and cleared bordered there is an abundance of mature plants, trees and shrubs including acers, weeping and lavender to name but a few. A well situated summerhouse allows views down to the sea and a central plant bed serves as a focal point for the front.

As you face Burley house to the left, or easily accessible from the kitchen/breakfast room; is a lovely terrace area ideal for alfresco dining with a good degree of privacy and similar space to sit on the right hand side of the building.

Rear

Burley House enjoys an elevated position by virtue of its hillside setting. What we believe to be a striking feature and once again our vendors have striven to enhance the path which runs around the slopes taking you to an elevated decking area specifically created to take full advantage of the outstanding views.

Whilst the grounds are extensive and well stocked our vendors have created a garden which is both beautiful but manageable and that showcases the elevation the house enjoys.

Garage

Up and over door with power.

 


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