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5 bedroom link detached house for sale

Darenth, Roadwater

Sold STC £360,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Link Detached Village Property
  • Converted 300 Year Old Wood Turning Mill
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Garage and Off Road Parking
  • Larger than Average Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Pointer Properties are delighted to offer this former mill cottage dating back approximately three hundred years and which was greatly extended during the Victorian period. The property has recently undergone a period of improvement by the current owners to provide comfortable family accommodation over three floors, three receptions and five bedrooms with a larger than average garden.

The ground floor comprises: Entrance hall, large kitchen/breakfast room, snug, study, utility room, cloakroom and a beautiful sitting room complete with a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and a large fireplace inset with a multi fuel stove. To the first floor are three bedrooms and a family bathroom suite with two further bedrooms and a cloakroom to the second floor. Externally the property sits within attractive and mature gardens of approximately 1/3rd acre with a pretty footbridge leading from the main sitting room as well as the utility room. There is also an attractive and secluded area of garden to the side as well as a small patio area. The property further benefits from off road parking and a garage. This is truly a wonderful and individual home and internal viewing is highly recommended.

The village of Roadwater has a local store, post office, village hall, garage and public house and is situated some four miles from the town of Williton which provides a range of day to day facilities and eight miles from the coastal resort of Minehead which provides a larger choice of amenities. The County town of Taunton is located some 20 miles distant which benefits from a good range of high street stores, a mainline rail link to London Paddington, and good access to the M5 motorway network.

Hardwood front door leading to entrance hall:

Tiled floor, double glazed window to side aspect, radiator.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 13'6 x 12'3
Double aspect room with timber framed double glazing window to front and side. Stripped wooden floor. Fitted with a matching range of base and wall units with solid wood work top over. Space for tall fridge/freezer. Double ceramic sink with mixer tap over, under counter dishwasher. Free standing electric rangemaster cooker with extractor hood over. Part tiled walls.

Opaque window to side, wash hand basin with tiled surround and quarry tiled flooring. Low level WC, wall mounted cupboard housing electric fuse board. Door to:

Dinning Room: 13'8 x 13'3 narrowing to 11'
Double wooden doors leading to the side garden and patio. Open fireplace with wood mantle. Double radiator, wall light. Steps down to:

Study: 12'8 x 12'4
Decorative fireplace with stone mantle, radiator and quarry tiles. Telephone point, two windows to side garden and wooden stairs leading to first floor landing.

Utility Room: 13'4 x 7'4
Built in cupboard housing washing machine and floor mounted oil fired central heating condensing boiler. Belfast sink with mixer tap. Built in broom cupboard. Tiled floor, panelled walls, radiator, hardwood glazed door to footbridge leading to rear garden.

Sitting Room: 18'2 narrowing to 15'8 x 16'3 Irregular Shaped Room
Formerly the wood turning mill, approx 300 years old, a stunning sitting room with floor to ceiling windows and doors over looking the rear garden and adjoining the footbridge over the stream. Further leaded light screened stained window to the front and door to the front. Double radiator, wood burning stove and slate hearth. Tv point. Exposed vaulted ceiling beams and solid oak flooring. 2 wall lights.

Stairs leading to first floor:
Window to side and doors to:

Bedroom 3: 9'10 x10 '1
Timber double glazed window to side. Double radiator, built in wardrobe and decorative wooden panelling.

Bedroom 2: 11'5 x 10'6
Double glazed window to side, double radiator and decorative fireplace.

White suite to include panel enclosed bath with mixer taps and electric shower over with glass shower screen. Heated towel rail, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin. Storage cupboard. Ceiling spotlights,extractor fan and double glazed window to side. Tiled floor.

Bedroom 1: 13'9 x 10'2 plus built in wardrobes
Double radiator, door to

En suite Shower Room
Consisting of single shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin. Tiled walls and window to front.

Stairs rising to second floor Landing:
Velux window and under eaves storage.

Bedroom 4: 13'7 x 9'3 Limited Head Height
Double aspect room with three windows to rear and side with views over the cricket ground and towards the Brendon Hills. Built in wardrobe.

Bedroom 5: 13'7 x 11 Limited Head Height
Window to side.

Low level WC, wash hand basin, velux window and oak flooring.


Garage: 17'x 8
Double wooden doors. With detailed planning permission to extend to 23' x 11'8 which would create a large garage/workshop.

Rear Garden:
From the utility room and sitting room is a decked bridge which runs over the stream leading onto the rear garden. The garden is of a good size, mainly laid to lawn with various plants and shrubs. Summer house and garden shed. Vegetable plot and various fruit trees.

Front Garden:
To the front is a parking space and access to the attached garage with double wooden doors. To the side is a very private area of lawn with flower beds and paved patio leading to the dining room.

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) graphs

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
19 April 2016

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