6 bedroom detached house for saleBarn Close, Taunton
- 2603 soft / 241 sq meters
- Immaculate throughout
- Extremely Spacious
- Desirable location
- NHBC Warranty
Croft House is an extensive 6-bedroom property within a small select David Wilson Homes development located in the desirable village of Churchinford. Built in 2013, this Moorcroft style property boasts ample flexible living accommodation with 6 double bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, 4 bathrooms, double garage and good sized south facing garden.
The accommodation briefly comprises a reception hall, large kitchen-diner with solid stone work tops and French doors into the garden, a useful utility room, large lounge with further French doors, a dining room and a WC on the ground floor. Above are 4 double bedrooms with the master benefiting from a large en-suite and a family bathroom. On the second floor are 2 further double bedrooms with the larger boasting an en-suite and a further shower room. Outside is a large drive for 4-5 cars in addition to a double garage with side access to a good sized south facing rear garden.
It is worth noting, that the house benefits from over 6 years remaining of its NHBC warranty, together with over a year remaining of a comprehensive warranty from David Wilson Homes which covers the majority of the house, but notably the electrics, plumbing, kitchen units and appliances.
Croft House is an impressive and extremely spacious property finished to the highest standards throughout. Having been recently completely redecorated, the property is presented in immaculate order. Viewing is essential to appreciate the quality of this house as well as the location.
Situation– Croft House occupies a delightful position in a quiet cul-de-sac close to the centre of the small picturesque village of Churchinford. Churchinford is within the beautiful Blackdown Hills, which are designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has a thriving community centred upon the community village shop/Post Office, village hall, doctors surgery, cafe, public house and school. Churchinford is between the larger centres of Taunton, Wellington and Honiton, which all have extensive shopping facilities and amenities. Taunton, the County Town, has excellent schools in both the state and independent sectors (Churchinford is within the catchment of the Castle School), the County Cricket Ground, a theatre and convenient transport links, with a mainline railway station and the M5 motorway junction. The A303 and M5 are also easily accessible with easy access to London and the South West. International airports are available at Exeter and Bristol. For those with walking and riding interests, Croft House is in a superb location to be able to take advantage of the miles of footpaths and bridleways, which run through the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Storm canopy with composite glazed front door into:
Reception Hall– spacious hall way with 2 pendant lights, smoke alarm, radiator, alarm control panel, double doors into large useful cloakroom cupboard and oak effect vinyl flooring. Doors leading into:
Cloakroom WC– with pendant light, extractor fan, radiator, sink with pedestal and chrome mixer tap, close coupling toilet, tiling to splash prone areas and a continuation of the oak effect vinyl flooring.
Living Room 20` (6.10) × 12`9 (3.89)– large dual aspect room with windows to the southerly rear aspect and French doors leading into the rear garden. 2 pendant light fittings and 2 radiators and a continuation of the oak effect vinyl flooring.
Kitchen – Breakfast Room 21`6 (6.55) into bay × 15`0 (4.57) max– extremely large room with bay window to the front aspect and French doors leading into the sunny southerly garden to the rear. The room has a mixture of recessed spot lights over the kitchen and a pendant light fitting towards the dining end of the room which has enough space for a large table. The kitchen is fitted with a range of contemporary wall and base units with solid stone worktops with matching upstands including a central island and long breakfast bar. The kitchen is fitted with an integrated AEG electric double oven, AEG 6 burner gas hob, AEG integrated dishwasher and AEG integrated fridge freezer. The kitchen also benefits from a large stainless steel cooker hood. Within the solid worktops is a sunken stainless steel sink, drainer and chrome mixer tap. One of the wall units houses a Worcester-Bosch conventional gas boiler, tiled floor, further double doors lead back into the reception hall and door into:
Utility Room– useful room with light fitting, extractor fan, RCD protected consumer unit and PV meter for the solar panels. Fitted with a range of base units providing additional storage, solid counter tops with matching upstands, radiator, composite back door and a continuation of the tiled floor. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
Dining Room 9`4 (2.84) max × 8`7 (2.62) min– pendant light fitting, radiator, window to the front aspect and oak effect vinyl flooring.
Stairs rising through 90 degrees to:
Galleried Landing– 2 pendant lights, smoke detector, window to the front aspect, radiator and double doors into linen storage cupboard. Further single door into airing cupboard housing an oversized pressurised hot water cylinder. Doors leading into:
Bedroom One 14` (4.27) max × 11`6 (3.51) min– large dual aspect double bedroom with windows to the rear and side aspects. 2 large mirror fronted built in wardrobes providing ample storage space. Pendant light fitting, 2 radiators and door into:
En-suite– shower room with double shower enclosure and double built in vanity unit with 2 sinks, 2 mixer taps and storage below. Close coupling toilet, tiling to splash prone areas, light fitting, mirror fronted bathroom cabinet, heated towel radiator, obscured window to side aspect and oak effect vinyl flooring.
Bedroom Two 13` (3.96) min × 9`6 (2.90) max– double bedroom with pendant light fitting and window to the front aspect. Radiator and built in mirror fronted wardrobes.
Family Bathroom– large family bathroom with light fitting, extractor fan and obscured window to the rear aspect. Fitted with a close coupling toilet, sink with pedestal and chrome mixer tap, bath with central taps and large shower enclosure. Tiling to splash prone areas and oak effect vinyl flooring.
Bedroom Three 12`8 (3.86) max × 8`10 (2.69) max– double bedroom with pendant light fitting and window to the front aspect. Radiator and built in wardrobes.
Bedroom Four 12`3 (3.89) × 9`2 (2.79)– double bedroom with pendant light fitting, window to the rear aspect and radiator.
Stairs rising from the first floor landing through 90 degrees to:
Galleried Landing– pendant light fitting, smoke detector, loft access hatch, eaves storage access door and Velux window with fitted blind to the front aspect. Doors into:
Shower Room– light fitting, extractor fan and obscured window to side aspect. Large room fitted with close coupling toilet, sink with pedestal and chrome mixer tap over, and double shower enclosure. Heated towel radiator, tiling to splash prone areas and oak effect vinyl flooring.
Bedroom Five 18`1 (5.51) max × 11`6 (3.51) into dormer– an extremely large room currently used as an additional sitting room and study, but with the potential to be a self-contained flat or annexe. Dual aspect room with 4 Velux windows to the rear enjoying far reaching rural views and 2 Velux windows to the front aspect all with fitted blinds. Vaulted ceiling, pendant light fitting, 3 radiators and eaves storage cupboard. Door into:
En-suite Shower Room– light fitting, extractor fan and Velux window with fitted blind to the rear aspect. Fitted with a double shower enclosure, close coupling toilet and sink with pedestal and chrome mixer tap over. Tiling to splash prone areas, heated towel rail, shaving point and oak effect vinyl flooring.
Bedroom Six 13`0 (3.96) min × 9`7 (2.92) max– double bedroom with high vaulted ceiling, 2 pendant light fittings and 2 Velux windows with fitted blinds to the side aspect. 2 radiators and 2 eaves storage cupboards.
Outside- the house is approached via the cul-de-sac and double timber gates access a large block paved drive with space for 4-5 cars. The drive leads to:
Double Garage18`4 (5.59) × 16`6 (5.03)– with pitched tiled roof and remote operated electric garage doors. The garage benefits from light, power and additional loft storage.
In the corner of the drive is a timber gate providing pedestrian access to the rear garden. The garden is of good size and is orientated in a sunny southerly aspect. The garden is completely enclosed and mainly laid to lawn with a patio adjoining the property.
Croft House has gas central heating fed from an LPG tank that supplies all of the properties within the development. The tank is managed by Flogas and each property is metered for usage.
The property also benefits from solar panels which are owned and will be sold with the property. There is no feed-in tariff back into the National Grid, but the electricity produced is used to offset the electricity bills.
There is an annual £195 management charge for looking after the communal areas within the development.
Council Tax band = G
EPC = C
NHBC warranty – + 6 years remaining
David Wilson Homes Warranty – +1 year remaining
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2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.
3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture.
4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase.
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