A large and very flexible barn conversion offered for sale with a garden of c.1 acre and the opportunity to acquire up to a total of c.46 acres of level, surrounding land. The barn is arranged over a single storey and offers masses of character throughout. For sale with no onward chain.
The accommodation comprises entrance hall, sitting room with feature fireplace and vaulted ceiling, large dining room with vaulted ceiling, farmhouse kitchen with Aga and vaulted ceiling, study (or bedroom), master bedroom with en suite, two further en suite bedrooms and a wing currently arranged as a self contained annexe with sitting room, kitchen, study/dressing room, bedroom and bathroom (this area could easily be incorporated into the accommodation of the main house). Oil fired central heating.
The property is approached over a long driveway which Horsehill Farm owns with the two neighbouring properties having a right of way over. Private driveway culminating in a concrete parking area and turning space with access to a triple open fronted garage with power and light. Log store. Thatched summerhouse. OIl tank.
To the front of the property is a large area of lawn with well stocked borders to the edge and bounded by stone walling. To the west side of the property are several areas of lawn including the main garden with several ponds. Orchard area with fruit cages and vegetable garden. Greenhouse and cold frames. To the north west corner of the site (beyond the garage and summerhouse) is an area of copse established by the present owners.
To the west side of the property is an attractive courtyard with access from the garden, sitting room and kitchen. Sheltered on all sides and providing a lovely outdoor dining area. A covered walkway from the sitting room makes a good fuel store and there is a useful store for garden seating. Power, light and water.
Beyond this is a workshop with power and light with a store off (possible stabling).
N.B. Further land is available in various parcels (see the plan attached).
Set on the edge of the well served village of Evercreech which has a variety of shops, pubs and a church in addition to a well regarded primary school. A number of independent schools are within easy reach with Downside at Stratton-On-The-Fosse, Millfield at Street, Wells Cathedral School, Bruton School for girls, Sexeys and Kings School at Bruton and All Hallows at Cranmore. There is a mainline railway station at Castle Cary (regular service to Paddington) and the A303/M3 lies c.10 miles away. Bristol and Bath are c.23 and 21 miles to the north respectively.
From Wells take the A371 to Shepton Mallet. At the first roundabout in take the third exit towards Tesco and then bear left at the next roundabout. Follow this road to Cannards Grave and take the third exit towards Evercreech. Follow this road through the village of Prestleigh and then bear left into Evercreech. On entering the village turn right (just before the new Barratt Development), passing over the cattle grid and the property can be found at the end of the road with a double five bar gate.