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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Twinell Lane, Spaxton, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA5

Guide Price £695,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Glorious Quantock Hills Location
  • Elevated Views over Stream
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Large Modern Kitchen
  • Conservatory
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Gardens/Pasture Land
  • Approximately 1.2 Acres

Full description

A charming stone built mill house with a wealth of character, set in gardens and grounds of approximately 1.2 acres. Glorious Quantock Hills Location, Elevated Views over Stream, 3 Reception Rooms, Large Modern Kitchen, Conservatory, 5 Bedrooms, Gardens/Pasture Land, Approximately 1.2 Acres, EPC Band D.

Situation And Amenities - Twinhill Mill is situated in a stunning rural location, in the heart of the Quantock Hills, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property is on the outskirts of the village of Spaxton, which benefits from a village hall, local shop, garage, primary school and parish church. The County Town of Taunton is approximately 10 miles distant, providing an extensive range of shopping, leisure and scholastic facilities with three leading public schools. Taunton also has a mainline railway station, with a direct line into London Paddington and also has motorway access at junction 25 of the M5 motorway. Bridgwater lies to the East within 5 miles and has further access to the M5 at junction 24. The Quantock Hills are renowned not just for their beauty but also their limitless rambling/walking and riding opportunities.

Description - Twinhill Mill, as the name suggests, is formerly a pair of old mill cottages, which were sympathetically converted, extended and improved in recent years. The property is constructed of Quantock stone elevations, rendered in parts, under a tiled roof. The house is built over two levels and enjoys stunning views over its own land and the Peart water stream below.

Accommodation - In detail the accommodation comprises a front door opening into the entrance hall with wooden flooring, leading to the stairway down to the living area. A short stairway provides access to the first floor bedrooms. To the left of the front door is a study, which has a door to the outside. There are steps leading down to the inner hall providing access to the breakfast room with a glass roof, which is the link from the original house to the extension. There is access to the sitting room, which is a stunning room with an inglenook fireplace with inset wood burner on a brick hearth. The room has exposed beams and a tiled floor. The dining room has two windows overlooking the garden and an exposed wooden floor. From the inner hall there is access to the kitchen, which is a stunning large modern kitchen, centred on an Aga together with a huge picture window looking down onto the stream below. Double French doors lead from the kitchen to a sun terrace, perfect for alfresco dining. There is also a wet room and the utility room provides access to a covered store area and further to the garden. From the main hallway, four steps lead up to the bedrooms. There is a large master bedroom with an en-suite wet room and a further single bedroom and in the main part of the cottage there are three further bedrooms, a family bathroom and an en-suite shower room. All the bedrooms benefit from lovely views over the stream or open countryside.

Outside - Twinhill Mill is situated in a stunning rural location with gardens and grounds, which enhance the property greatly. There is an extensive parking area, which leads onto a large expanse of flat lawn, ideal for childrens recreation and then slopes lead down to the Peart water stream, which runs through the property. This is a stunning setting and benefits from wild flowers and mature trees and a bridge provides access to a separate area of meadow ground. The garden also benefits from numerous areas to sit out and enjoy the wonderful location.

Services - Mains water and electricity, oil fired central heating, private drainage.

Directions - From Bridgwater take a left turn off the A39 into West Street and follow the road past the Durleigh reservoir into Spaxton. Take the third road on the right, the Peart water Road, signposted to Nether Stowey and then the first left into Twinell Lane. Twinhill Mill is the second house on the right.

From Taunton, take the Kingston Road through Kingston St Mary and at the top of Buncombe Hill at the Pines Restaurant, turn right signposted to Enmore. Turn left just after The Traveller's Rest and follow this road to a T Junction. Turn right and then take the first left into the Peart water Road, signposted to Nether Stowey and then take the first left into Twinell Lane. Twinhill Mill is the second house on the right.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.


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