3 bedroom equestrian facility for saleBrompton Regis, Dulverton, Somerset, TA22
Guide Price £850,000
- Beautiful Rural Valley Setting
- c.6 Miles from Dulverton
- In need of Some Renovation
- Mixed Land to Include Woodland and Natural Pond
- c.57 Acre, Stables and Manege
- Endless Possibilities
- EPC Rating - F & G
If you are someone who is looking to get away from it all, whether the stresses of work life, traffic or even the general public then New Mill is one of those properties that is right up your street (so to speak!).
Nestled within this picturesque valley and accessed only by way of four wheel drive vehicles, horseback or foot, you may feel that you have fallen into a parallel universe. The two properties separated by a small river offer income potential or dual family living.
The period cottage is in need of some renovation but could also be extended (subject to planning) to create a larger main home if required. Both of the properties have benefited from a recent new roof.
Enjoying some 57 acres of surrounding land, this home could suit those looking for equestrian facilities with a 40m x 20m outdoor riding arena and stables already in situ or alternatively a small holding or just a gorgeous secluded retreat with income potential.
This attractive period home currently offers 2/3 bedroom accommodation which is in need of some renovation. The cottage offers a great opportunity to extend (subject to planning) and create further living space whilst making improvements to the original property.
Enjoying a South facing elevation, the cottage currently provides a double aspect sitting room with feature inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove which provides heat to a first floor radiator and heats the water.
The main reception hall is of generous size with the stairs leading to the first floor accommodation whilst a room off can be utilized as either a third bedroom or cosy dining room.
The double aspect kitchen is fitted with single base unit and will need to be remodeled. A stable door gives access to the rear.
The first floor provides two generous bedrooms with lovely views over the front gardens and pond. Situated between the two is a large family bathroom.
This attractive and quirky conversion provides additional unrestricted living accommodation to the main cottage. Entering through the front door, a hallway provides cloaks space and a returning staircase to the first floor whilst beyond this is a modern 3 piece family bathroom.
The main living accommodation provides a beautiful open plan space of some 36' (11 metres) with mezzanine floors and lovely arched windows to the front whilst a number of Velux windows flood the dining space with natural light. The kitchen area is fitted with dark stained timber wall and floor cupboards whilst a twin plate solid fuel Rayburn provides cooking and heating facilities with an adjacent electric hob. The Rayburn heats the water.
Moving into the dining space, a secondary staircase leads to the first floor whilst arched windows provide an outlook towards the stream and cottage.
The sitting room sits beneath one mezzanine floor with windows overlooking the gardens and wood burning stove to provide warmth during the winter months.
The first floor provides two mezzanine areas, connected with an open passage way along the Eastern wall. These areas have been screened by curtains to provide bedroom accommodation, one of which provides a range of built in wardrobes. To the Northern elevation, the staircase returns to the front hallway whilst a landing area would suit as a study.
Located at the end of a c.0.5 miles partially shared track, you will reach a clearing with access into the post and rail manege and adjoining field which is good for hay. At this point, the remaining track is only accessible by 4x4 vehicles so the current owners leave cars at this point and walk to the property unless in a suitable vehicle.
The unmade track leads down to a parking area at the rear of the main cottage. A ford leads across to the barn and also gives access to the stable block. To the front of the cottage is a large natural pond with Central Island, a haven for wildlife.
The majority of the land will be found to the North and East of the two properties. An L shaped stable block with 4 loose boxes, tack room, feed room and hay store is located c.50 metres North of the barn.
Access from here then leads to a large sloping field to the North whilst the track continues to the fir woodland and access to two fields to the East. In all, New Mill enjoys c.57 acres of land.
From our office, proceed up the High Street onto Jury Road and follow this down to the A396. Turn right at this junction and then left signposted to Brompton Regis. Continue to the top of this hill and after a short period you will pass the turning for Brompton Regis on your right. Continue along the road for c.1 mile until you reach Combeshead Cross and take the sharp right hand corner, signposted to Brompton Regis. Follow this lane along for c.100 metres and the private track will be found on the left hand side with a small signpost for New Mill.
Agents Note: Please do not drive past the manege unless in a suitable vehicle and with prior agreement from the selling agent.
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