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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Middle Street, Misterton, Crewkerne, Somerset, TA18

Guide Price £1,395,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Georgian former Rectory
  • private edge of village location
  • 4 reception rooms, sun room
  • about 4.85 acres
  • 5 bedrooms, 3 bath/shower rooms
  • cellars
  • walled courtyard with outbuildings
  • coach house and former stables
  • walled garden with swimming pool
  • EPC Rating = F

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A delightful Georgian former Rectory with attractive garden and grounds set in a superb and private edge of village location on the Dorset/Somerset border

Location

The village of Misterton is located to the east of the popular Somerset market town of Crewkerne and has amenities including parish church, village hall, pre-school and primary school, three public houses, garage, petrol station, tennis club and multi use games area. Crewkerne has a good variety of shopping, educational and recreational facilities including a Waitrose supermarket and other local towns of note include the Abbey town of Sherborne, Dorset County town of Dorchester, Beaminster, Bridport and Yeovil, all of which have an excellent range of facilities. Independent schools include Perrott Hill, Millfield, Sherborne School for Boys, Sherborne School for Girls, Sherborne Preparatory School and Hazlegrove. Communications in the area include a mainline railway station at Crewkerne Junction which provides a regular service between London and Exeter. The A303 can be joined to the north at Norton Sub Hamdon. Sporting facilities include golf at Chard, Sherborne, Yeovil and West Bay, horse racing at Wincanton, Exeter and Bath and water sports can be enjoyed along the Dorset coastline to the south at Weymouth Bay and Poole Harbour.

Description

• Entrance hall
• Reception hall
• Sitting room
• Dining room
• Study
• Sun room
• Snug
• Kitchen
• Utility room
• Drying room
• Cloakroom
• Cellars
• Master bedroom with en suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe
• Four further bedrooms
• Bathroom
• Shower room
• Paved and walled courtyard with a range of outbuildings including Coach House and former stables providing garaging
• Formal gardens with terrace and lawns
• Walled garden with outdoor swimming pool
• Croquet lawn
• Former kitchen garden
• Variety of mature trees
• Sweeping private driveway leading to ample parking
• Paddock laid to pasture
• In all about 4.85 acres

Batrims Hay has attractive Hamstone elevations under a double hipped slate roof which was renewed in 2012 and included new roof insulation material. The house is believed to have been built around 1820. The house is situated in an elevated position at the top of a sweeping gravelled driveway and occupies a splendid secluded location. There is spacious accommodation with good ceiling heights which comprises four reception rooms, kitchen, cellarage, five bedrooms and three bathrooms and benefits from oil fired central heating with under floor heating in the kitchen. The house has a good deal of period charm with features including marble fireplaces in the sitting room and dining room as well as sash windows with internal shutters to many rooms. There are cellars, an elegant staircase in the reception hall and excellent views overlooking the part walled gardens and grounds towards the Dorset and Somerset countryside beyond. The gardens are a particular feature with lawns (including a croquet lawn), a good variety of mature trees, paved terrace, outdoor swimming pool and paddock to the front.

Accommodation
Please see floor plans.

Outside
Bartrims Hay is approached via a long gravelled driveway leading to an extensive gravelled parking/turning area to the front of the house which in turn provides access to a paved and walled courtyard with outbuildings comprising three store rooms and a former Coach House which currently provides garaging. The part walled gardens are an attractive feature and include paved terrace and lawns leading up to an area of established woodland with a variety of fine mature trees as well as bluebells and snowdrops. There is also a croquet lawn, beyond which is an outdoor swimming pool, partly walled with a paved surround. To the front of the property is an area of paddock which has a water supply. The gardens are primarily bounded by open farmland and provide some excellent views across the surrounding countryside towards Dorset hills and Wynyard's Gap.

Purchaser's Note
The village school currently rent a small piece of ground adjoining the paddock with a yearly rent of approximately £25.

Post Code TA18 8LZ.

Square Footage: 4,271 sq ft
Acreage: 4.85 Acres

Directions

From the centre of Crewkerne take A356. Follow this road past the railway station at Crewkerne Junction and into the village of Misterton. You will find the driveway to Bartrims Hay on your right hand side, just before you reach the village school.


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Added on Rightmove:
24 August 2016

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