5 bedroom detached house for saleTarnock Farm, TARNOCK, Axbridge, Somerset
- Family home with land and an income
- Detached property dating back to the 1600's
- Three receptions and a kitchen breakfast room
- Five bedrooms and three bathrooms
- Additional bedroom and storage room on 2nd floor
- Two bedroom annexe with its own front door
- Two 2 bed properties providing an income
- Around 4.4 acres of formal gardens and land
- Covered parking area and plenty of off road parking
Tarnock Farm is a large family home thought to date back to the mid 1600's set in a plot of around 4.4 acres. In addition to the farmhouse there is a 2 bedroom annexe which is connected to the main home and is well suited to an elderly relative. With its own front door it also offers income potential. There are also two self contained 2 bedroom holiday lets (one with residential status) both producing a reliable income and a further barn with planning permission to create another two bedroom barn conversion. The main accommodation has three reception rooms, a family kitchen and a utility. There are five bedrooms and three bathrooms and an additional bedroom and storage room on the second floor. There are formal gardens at the front and rear and the land is located to the side and the rear including an apple orchard. Further outbuildings provide excellent storage. In addition to the covered parking area there is off road parking for several cars.
Property ref: 121_2366_3616661
Formal Gardens and Land
In total Tarnock Farm is set in a plot of 4.4 acres. At the front of the property there is an attractive wall enclosed front garden with a gate and path leading to the traditional front door. As you enter the drive into Tarnock Farm the various outbuildings on your left are divided by a courtyard area. The drive continues around to the back of the property with a large area designated for parking, a covered parking area and further outside storage. The formal gardens are beyond the parking area and to the side where Orchard Barn is situated, offering some private garden space for the holiday let. There are a range of trees in the orchard, gardens and fields including, Apple, Pear, Walnut, Cedar, Ash, White Poplar, Elm, Willow, Mulberry, Sweet Chestnut, Horse Chestnut, Rowan, Eucalyptus, Metasequoia and others. On the farm there are also two specimen Elm trees which are registered with the Conservation Foundation and part of the Great British Elm experiment and a co...
The Cider House
This two bedroom annexe is connected to the house via the rear hallway and is well suited to an elderly relative, for example. With its own front door at the rear of the property the accommodation is fully self contained and would provide additional income to the two holiday lets if required. There is a sitting room, kitchen breakfast room, a ground floor bedroom or second reception room and a bedroom and bathroom on the first floor.
The Old Grain Store
Converted in to a two bedroom holiday let by present owners in 2005. The main part was formerly a storage shed with the bedrooms converted from the adjoining stables. Accommodation includes a large kitchen and living area, two ground floor bedrooms and a shower room. Stairs lead up to a galleried study or occasional bedroom. This spacious and light property has lots of attractive features and was a Gold Award winner in 2011 when marketed with Cottages4you. More recently used for AST lets.
Dating back in parts to the 1600's Tarnock Farm is now a substantial family home. The property has been extended and improved over the years whilst retaining many of the original features. Day to day access from the drive at the back into the rear hallway. Off of the hall is the family snug which also has the staircase leading to the first floor. The snug leads into the sitting room which is a very spacious and light room with a window to the front aspect. The easy flow of the accommodation continues with a door into the dining room which like the sitting room benefits from an Inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove. The dining room also has a door to the outside as well as a door back into the hall and a door to the kitchen breakfast room. Fitted with an extensive range of wooden shaker style wall and base units this spacious dual aspect country kitchen also has an integrated dishwasher, eye level ovens, an induction hob and ample space for a table and chair...
Converted in 2015/16 by present owners. The accommodation includes a living and kitchen area with a galleried study above, a ground floor bedroom and bathroom and a second bedroom off the upstairs galleried area. Lots of lovely features including the large tie-beams above the sitting area, reclaimed from the Old Grain Store. As is the wooden rail at the edge of the gallery area, overlooking the sitting area which was previously the hay rack from the stables. The Barn has it's own new Worcester Bosch oil fired combination boiler and underfloor heating on the ground floor.
Agent Note re Planning Consent
Planning consent exists to convert the stone barn nearest to the farm yard into a two bedroom residential property (Sedgemoor ref 03/15/00011). This was granted on the same application as for Orchard Barn so this is still current. Service ducts and pipes (electricity, water, telephone) have been laid from the barn to the mains services at the main entrance (not connected).
About the Property
The original and oldest part of the house at the front dates from around 1650 with the east and west wings thought to have been added in the late 1600's. A survey of the farmhouse was carried out in 1986 and is held in Somerset Archives. Interestingly it states various facts regarding the history of the property as a working farm. For example the reception room at the foot of the stairs was once the dairy. The dining room in the Annex was the Parlour and what is currently the kitchen was previously a dairy and used for cheese making until the mid 1900's. The main bedroom, above the kitchen was the cheese room. Today Tarnock Farm has a total of 4.4 acres, although it once had 120 acres in the mid 1800's.
Location and Services
For the purpose of planning your journey the postcode for this property is: BS26 2SW. Our for sale is board is outside. Mains electricity and water are connected. Private drainage with a new drainage system installed in 2016. Oil fired central heating in the main house and the annexe. The council tax band for the main home through Sedgemoor District Council is: E. The Cider House is: A (currently zero rated as occupied by elderly relative), Old Grain Store: A and Orchard Barn: B.
About the Area
The hamlet of Tarnock was listed in the Domesday book (Tornock) and these days is exceptionally convenient for commuters. This property is easily accessible to Bristol to the north, Wells to the east and the M5 a few miles south. Bristol Airport is also within easy reach. There are excellent state and independent schools locally including Weare First School, Hugh Sexeys Middle School and the Kings of Wessex Upper School in Cheddar. Local Independent schools include Wells Cathedral, Sidcot, Millfield and the Taunton Schools. The countryside around is stunning with lots of lovely walks and places of interest. For equestrian enthusiasts there is access nearby to wonderful bridle paths.
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