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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Holford, Holford, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA5

Sold STC £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Popular Village Location
  • Entrance Porch & Hallway
  • 4 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom & Shower Room
  • Utility, WC & Larder
  • Superb Landscaped Gardens

Full description

A charming 19th Century House, situated in an enviable location, in a popular village on the lower slopes of The Quantock Hills. Entrance Porch & Hallway, 4 Reception Rooms, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, 5 Bedrooms, Family Bathroom & Shower Room, Utility, WC & Larder, Superb Landscaped Gardens, EPC Band F.

Situation - The Spinney is situated in a quiet no-through road to the north of the village of Holford, which has a long history dating back to the Iron Age. Holford is a delightful village with a community centred on its pub, church and hotel/restaurant, which combined with Kilve, its neighbour, has a post office/store, offering an extensive range of local amenities.

To the west is the small market town of Williton, which offers a more extensive range of day-to-day facilities, with the larger towns of Taunton and Bridgwater also easily accessible. Taunton, the County Town of Somerset, is approximately 15 miles to the south and provides a superb range of shopping, recreational, educational and business facilities. There are also excellent rail connections via Taunton station with the fastest train to London Paddington taking approximately 1 hour 45 minutes. The M5 motorway is also easily accessible from the property, with Junction 23 to the north of Bridgwater and Junction 25 at Taunton.

For those with walking and riding interests Holford is also well situated to take advantage of the miles of footpaths and bridleways which run through this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Description - The Spinney is a handsome detached house, which retains many of its original features and has origins believed to date back to the 1830s. The house has an attractive facade with double fronted elevations, latter editions to either side and painted stone elevations under a mixture of a tiled and slate roof.

Accommodation - The accommodation is arranged over two floors and includes a pretty pitched tiled entrance porch with front door, leading through to an entrance hallway, with a turning staircase to the first floor. The house offers versatile accommodation and has been used in the past to as a holiday let. The living room is an L-shaped room and includes an inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove and provides access to the side lobby with stairs rising to a separate shower room/WC. Adjoining the living room is a dual aspect study, with a large dormer window flooding the room with natural light. The kitchen is fitted with a range of handmade, painted wall and base units, a Belfast sink, Range cooker, extractor over, beamed ceiling and original checker board tiled floor. Off the kitchen is a utility and larder with WC, and a door to the rear courtyard. Also adjoining the kitchen is the dining room with an inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove and a further sitting room providing extra reception space.

On the first floor there is a galleried landing with a door opening out onto the raised timber deck, which provides access to the rear garden. There are five good sized bedrooms and a well-equipped family bathroom.

Outside - The gardens are of a cottage style and a wonderful feature of the property. They are tiered, include many planted herbaceous borders and extend up to a wooded corpse, which includes many specimen trees and shrubs. The gardens extend to either side of the property, on one side there are a number of fruit trees and on the other side there is access to the garage with a door opening to the front.

Services - Mains water and electricity, oil fired central heating with gas cylinder.

Directions - From Taunton, head towards Bridgwater. Once in Bridgwater, heads towards Minehead on the A39 and continue along this road for approximately 9 miles, passing through the village of Nether Stowey. As you come into Holford you will see a village sign by a layby. Turn left here and continue to the crossroads where there is a triangular grassed area in the middle of the road, keep left here and continue along this road for approximately 100 yards, where a Stags for sale board can be identified on the left hand side.

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

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
07 December 2016


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