8 bedroom mixed use for saleChurch Street, Mark, Highbridge, Somerset, TA9
- 8 Bedrooms
- Entrance Hall
- Family Room
- Utility Room
- Dining Room
- Boot Room
- Family Bathroom
- The Old Library
- Shower Room
LARGE FAMILY HOME AND A REGULAR INCOME Pack Horse Farm is an attractive Grade II listed six bedroom property in the heart of this popular village with two self-contained one bedroom holiday lets providing an income and planning permission to convert two outbuildings into further holiday lets.
Pack Horse Farm is an attractive early 19th Century Grade II listed six bedroom property in the heart of this popular Village, with two self-contained one bedroom holiday apartments providing an income. In addition to the two existing apartments there are two further units, a coach house and a barn which have planning permission to convert into two, one bedroom holiday lets and could add further reliable income. There is a further open fronted lean-to barn suitable for a number of uses.
The deceptively spacious semi-detached farmhouse has been updated and significantly improved by the current owners whilst retaining lots of the original features. The extensive accommodation includes two very large reception rooms at the front, a dining room, kitchen breakfast room and a utility.
Upstairs there are six double bedrooms, one with an en suite and the family bathroom. All set within a very good sized plot of approximately 0.8 of an acre, with established formal gardens at the front and rear which are mainly laid to lawn. There is plenty of off road parking for the main farmhouse and apartments. The property is being offered with the possibility of no onward chain.
Mark is a well sited and popular Somerset village served by an active local community. There is a popular pub in the centre of the village, The White Horse, as well as The Pack Horse on Church Street. The village is lucky enough to have a thriving village hall which hosts a flea market on the first Saturday of every month. There is also a Post office/Stores, Garage and Church. There are many active clubs and groups available within the community including Mark Friendship Group. With excellent road connections in all directions, Mark is perfect for both the country lover and rural commuter alike.
Schooling is much revered with an excellent local primary school, Hugh Sexey Middle School in Blackford (2 miles) and the Kings of Wessex Senior Academy in Cheddar (8 miles). In the private sector, Millfield School, Street is just c 13 miles distant.
The historic village of Wedmore is c 3.5 miles distant, offering a range of day to day facilities with the coastal towns of Weston-super-Mare and Burnham-on-Sea offer comprehensive support to the West as well as access to the national motorway network via Junction 22 of the M5 (8 miles). Rail links at Highbridge, Burnham on Sea and Weston-super-Mare offer a direct service to Bristol and London Paddington. The general area offers a range of country pursuits together with an excellent local golf course in Wedmore and sailing on Axbridge Reservoir. The cities of Bristol and Bath are conveniently c. 24 miles and c. 30 miles respectively with Bristol International Airport approximately 16 miles distant.
6.1m x 3.07m
A wonderful large family kitchen with a comprehensive range of solid wood wall, floor and drawer units including glazed display cabinets. Dresser style units. Plate rack. Wine racks and pull out wicker baskets with contrasting dark square edged worktops over. Cream Rangemaster cooker with extractor hood over. China sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Space for upright large fridge and freezer or side by side fridge and freezer. Slate tiled floor. Part-tiled walls. Tiled splash backs. Two fluorescent lights. Radiator. Side aspect windows overlooking the gardens and a Velux roof light adding more light. Door to:
4.0m x 3.4m
Approached via a half-glazed timber door. Extensive range of cream panel fronted base cupboards with wood effect roll top work surfaces. Wall mounted Worcester propane gas fired boiler (only three years old). Plumbing and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Airing cupboard with slatted shelving and housing the hot water cylinder. Tiled flooring. High level obscure glazed window to the side elevation. Part-tiled walls. Louvre doors. Fluorescent ceiling lights.
4.11m x 3.23m
Also accessed from the kitchen with attractive original double doors with stained glass inserts opening out to the garden and driveway. Wooden fire surround with a wood burning stove. Arched wall niche with a stone sill, shelved recess. TV point. Radiator. Wall lights. Tiled floor.
Another room accessed from the kitchen and a very useful area for coat hanging and storage. Telephone point. Slate tiled floor. Ceiling spotlight track. Glazed door opens into the
White suite of push button flush close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and tiled splashbacks. Tiled floor. Pretty high level window allowing borrowed light from the utility room behind. Slate tiled floor. Ceiling spotlight track. Shaver socket. Back to the main entrance hall and stairs leading to the
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
An attractive galleried landing with steps rising on either sides to access the front bedrooms and bathroom. Velux roof light within a beamed ceiling. Windows overlook the rear gardens. Wall light. Two useful storage cupboards. Radiator. Small front landing with built-in storage cupboard. Steps up to the
4.3m x 4.52m
A spacious bedroom overlooking the front elevation and village views. Sliding sash window. Ceiling light. Radiator. TV point. Door to
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
2.54m x 1.0m
Comprising white suite of walk in folding door fully tiled Triton shower. Push button flush close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Part tiled walls. Chrome ladder style radiator. Illuminated wall mirror with integrated shaver socket. Extractor fan. Two ceiling lights. Window to the side elevation
4.95m x 3.94m
Another large front facing room with picture rail fitted. Sliding sash window. Radiator. Ceiling light.
THE ANNEXE - BATHROOM
2.54m x 2.2m
Triton shower cubicle. Bath with chrome telephone head mixer tap with hand held attachment. Wash hand basin and push button flush close coupled WC. Part-tiled walls. Vinyl flooring. Shaver socket. Radiator. Extractor fan. Access to loft hatch.
From the road a tarmac drive leads to the rear of the house with parking for four cars. The drive also leads to an additional parking area for the apartments.
7.7m x 3.58m
A double height open Barn currently used as a general storage area. Within this area is a covered secure room (11'8" x 3' 10") formerly a ground floor WC. Lighting to barn and secure room.
TRINDLE HOUSE BARN
10.64m x 4.55m
A substantial single height, brick and stone built outbuilding under a tiled roof. Currently used as a workshop and for log/general storage with power and light connected. Agent Note: Planning permission has obtained for both the Coach House and Trindle House to convert into one bedroom holiday lets with draft plans available upon request.
6.25m x 3.89m
Currently used as a shared space by the Old Library and Annexe apartments. An oil tank is housed here together with log storage and clothes line.
THE OLD LIBRARY - KITCHEN
3.86m x 2.18m
Two windows to the front elevation. Range of cream panel fronted with timber effect wall and base cupboards with work surfaces over. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit with chrome mixer tap. Electric oven hob with electric extractor hood over. Plumbing for washing machine and space for a fridge freezer. Access to roof space. Wall and ceiling lights. Tiled floor. Two steps and Georgian double doors up to
THE OLD LIBRARY - BEDROOM
4.17m x 3.94m
Window to the side elevation. Range of bookshelves with cupboards under. Recessed niche. Radiator. Accessed through double glazed doors from the kitchen.
5.23m x 3.28m
An attractive room with two low windows overlooking the garden. Sloping ceiling. Radiator. Painted ceiling beams. Two ceiling lights.
Double doors to low level cupboard. Side aspect window.
4.2m x 4.0m
Dual aspect side obscure window overlooking the rear garden. Radiator. Access to the loft space. Two window lights.
3.5m x 3.1m
Currently used as a study with window to the front elevation. Sliding sash window. Telephone point. Ceiling light. Radiator.
3.05m x 2.62m
Obscure window to the side elevation. Ceiling light. Radiator.
3.05m x 2.57m
Free standing bath on chrome feet, push button flush close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Fully tiled walk in chrome mains fed double shower. Chrome ladder style radiator. Vinyl floor tiling. Part tiled walls. Ceiling track spotlights. Side aspect obscure window. Access to roof space.
THE OLD LIBRARY
Ceiling light. A part glazed door leads into an inner lobby with a tiled floor and access to the shower room and boiler cupboard. Door to
THE OLD LIBRARY - SITTING ROOM
5.0m x 3.58m
Two front aspect windows overlook the front courtyard garden. Feature high level shelf and recess niche. Wall light points. Ceiling light. Three wall lights. Radiator. Telephone and TV points. Door to:
THE OLD LIBRARY - SHOWER ROOM
1.7m x 1.63m
Shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level WC. Airing cupboard with louvre door and shelving. White ladder style radiator. Shaver socket. Extractor fan. Access to roof space. Quarry tiled floor. Loft hatch.
ENTRANCE AND KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
9.17m x 3.68m
Entrance is straight into an open plan kitchen and dining room with views looking out to the garden. Range of wall and base cupboards with wood effect work surfaces. Sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Electric double oven, electric hob and extractor fan. Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher with space for fridge freezer. Part-tiled walls. Worcester floor standing oil boiler (three years old). Radiator. Wood effect laminate floor. Two ceiling lights. Four wall lights. Central heating thermostat. TV and telephone points. Access to roof space. Leading to
THE ANNEXE - SITTING ROOM
8.81m x 3.86m
Two windows overlook the gardens. External door. Wood burning stove on a flag stone hearth with chimney and wooden mantel. Three wall lights. Three radiators. TV, Sky and telephone points. Ceiling light. Radiator.
THE ANNEXE - BEDROOM
3.84m x 3.73m
Window with views to the gardens beyond. Telephone point. Ceiling light. Radiator. Door to
Entrance to the property is through a wooden front door into a spacious hallway. Above the door is a semi-circular head and fanlight with radiating glazing bars. Staircase rises to the first floor with under stairs cupboard. Ceiling light with decorative ceiling rose. Slate tiled floor. Radiator. Door to
4.75m x 4.72m
Dual aspect room with sash windows to front and side and side French doors opening on to the garden. Period style fireplace with timber mantle and surround and inset wood burner on tiled hearth. Picture rail. Radiator. Ceiling light with decorative ceiling rose. Three wall lights. Feature arched wall recess.
5.23m x 4.14m
Sliding sash window overlooks the front elevation. Two feature arched wall recesses on either side of the wood burning stove set on a flag stone hearth. Wall lights. Radiator. Picture rail. Ceiling light with decorative ceiling rose. Wood effect laminate flooring.
Mains electric, water and drainage. LPG central heating and hot water. At the time of preparing these details the council tax band for the main house through Sedgemoor District Council is Band F. Throughout the whole property there are ample TV points connected.
OLD LIBRARY AND ANNEXE
Mains electric, water and drainage. Oil central heating and hot water. Water and electric is provided via the supply to Farm House and is separately metered. The oil, also metered, is supplied via a shared tank in the lean to barn. At the time of preparing these details the council tax bands for The Old Library and The Annexe through Sedgemoor District Council are both Band A.
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