3 bedroom detached house for saleBrompton Regis, Dulverton, Somerset, TA22
Under Offer £520,000
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Utility/boot room
- 3 bedrooms
A charming detached period cottage situated in a tranquil location with stables, gardens, parking and paddocks. EPC Band: F
Situation - Hartford Lodge is situated within the tiny hamlet of Hartford, being within Exmoor National Park, and is on the lower slopes of the valley through which the Haddeo River flows. Hartford Lodge is located at the end of a no through country lane and has direct access to footpaths and extensive bridleways leading onto open moorland. Brompton Regis is the nearest village, having an ancient church, pub and village community store. Wimbleball Lake is only a 1/2 mile via a bridleway by the cottage which provides excellent water sports including windsurfing, dinghy sailing, paddle boarding etc. There are buses from the village to schools in Minehead, Tiverton and Taunton.
The delightful town of Dulverton is just 5 miles to the south and Minehead is 12 miles to the north providing excellent schooling. Dulverton, well known as The Gateway to Exmoor has a strong community and provides good day to day shopping together with two churches, post office, chemist, medical, dental and veterinary surgeries and a well-used town hall. There are also good restaurants, inns and recreational facilities including squash courts, all-weather tennis courts, football and cricket pitches.
The county town of Taunton, which is 23 miles away, has extensive retail and commercial facilities, together with three independent schools and the Somerset County Cricket Ground. There is access to the M5 motorway (Junction 25) and a main line station with fast trains to London Paddington and the North.
Description - Hartford Lodge is a charming character cottage, which is surrounded by its beautiful gardens and set in a very peaceful and unspoilt part of Exmoor. The property was once one of the Lodges for the Pixton Estate. Full of character and charm, the property now offers a blend of period features with modern facilities, including full oil fired central heating. It is the setting at Hartford which is so special, with the River Haddeo running through the valley where there is an abundance of wildlife within the unspoilt countryside and notable birdlife. The American Barn with three loose boxes and a tack room, together with the paddocks and location, makes the property ideal for someone with an interest in equestrian pursuits.
Accommodation - As illustrated by the floor plan, from the covered entrance porch the front doors leads into a hallway with doors to both reception rooms. The dual aspect sitting room enjoys southerly and westerly views and has exposed timber flooring, beams, a bay window and a fireplace with bread oven and inset with a multi fuel stove. The dining room is also dual aspect, has a bay window, exposed timber flooring, beams and a fireplace inset with a multi fuel stove. The staircase leads to the first floor. The kitchen is fitted with a range of matching wall and base units, integral oven with hob and has three windows overlooking the garden. At one end there are two cupboards, one housing the boiler and the other has useful storage space. A door leads out to the utility/boot room with further space for white goods.
Upstairs there are two good sized double bedrooms both with bay windows and views over the gardens. Bedroom three is a good sized single room and the bathroom is fitted with shower cubicle, bath, hand basin, WC and airing cupboard.
Outside - Approaching the property from the lane, steps lead up to the front door and also into the delightful garden which surrounds the cottage. Mainly laid to lawns with terraces and an abundance of shrubs and flower borders, the garden is a special feature of the property. There is a raised patio area in a secluded sunny position from which to enjoy the views. To the side is a fruit garden and a productive vegetable garden. There is also a greenhouse and a stone outbuilding, a stable/garden store and a further log store. A separate track gives access to the parking area in front of the modern American Barn 9.99m X 9.44m With three loose boxes, a secure tack room, further storage space and power and water connected.
The Land - The land is divided into three enclosures of well fenced pasture. A gate from the garden leads into one field which is enclosed with mature hedge boundaries and a further gate returning to the bridleway. The second field is accessed from the American Barn and again is enclosed with hedgerows. Both these fields have water troughs. The third field sits to the eastern side of the River Haddeo and has a vehicular right of way in addition to the bridleway that passes through the bottom boundary, below the field hedgerow. The pasture is a mix of level and sloping land.
Tenure - Freehold
Local Authority - West Somerset District Council, West Somerset House, Killick Way, Williton, Taunton, Somerset, TA4 4QA. Tel: 01643 703407.
Plans And Boundary Fences - A plan, which is not to scale and is not to be relied upon is included with these particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to its accuracy.
Wayleaves And Rights Of Way - The property is sold subject to any wayleave agreements in respect of electricity or telephone poles, wires, stays, cables, etc; or any water or drainage pipes, etc either passing upon, over or under it. The property is also sold subject to and with the benefit of any public or private rights of way or bridleways, etc.
Services - Mains electricity, private water and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Broadband available.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the agents please. Stags Dulverton Office 01398 323174 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Directions - Leave Dulverton on the B3222 and at Machine Cross turn right and take the first left signposted Brompton Regis. After approximately two miles take the turning on the right, again signposted Brompton Regis. After 1/4 mile and before reaching the village, turn right onto the small lane passing stone farm buildings to both sides and follow this lane until you reach a small crossroads. Turn right following the signs to Hartford and continue until you reach the hamlet and Hartford Lodge will be found on the right hand side.
Map Reference - SS958294
Council Tax - Band F (2015/2016)
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