A superb recently renovated 4 bedroom farmhouse on the edge of town currently set up as an equestrian facility in grounds of approximately 3 acres. EPC: Band E
Old Farm comes to the market after an extensive renovation programme over the past 12 months. The property has been brought right up to modern standards with improvements to both the fabric of the building and the fittings and fixtures. The building has been externally insulated with an extra 100mm insulation which is then waterproof rendered. The walls have also had chemical damp proofing injections and there is an internal damp proof membrane on the inside of the walls. 21st century technology fitted includes ethernet cabling to downstairs rooms and bedrooms and wifi repeaters have been installed to provide excellent wireless coverage throughout the property. The inside of the property has been completely overhauled with underfloor heating to the ground floor, a contemporary kitchen, bathrooms and decoration. There is still very much the possibility to put your own stamp on the property. A large brick fireplace has been built to bring character into the evening sitting room. The open plan kitchen/living room has recently been completed and provides a spacious entertaining space with large full height windows and benefitting from two roof lanterns. The kitchen has integrated appliances including a fridge/freezer, gas hob, oven, dishwasher and solid oak worktops. All bedrooms enjoy wonderful rural views and en-suite bathrooms whilst the master bedroom has vaulted ceilings and oak beams.
The accommodation briefly comprises of an open plan kitchen/living room, dining room, sitting room, utility room, bedroom 4/snug and shower room to the ground floor with 3 double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms to the first floor.
Old Farm is situated in approximately 3 acres and benefits from a large garden, orchard containing cherry, pear, olive, walnut and old english apple trees and a large paddock. The grounds are currently set up for equestrian use with a timber stable with light, power and water, ample hard standing and well fenced paddocks.
The outbuildings include a large former stable block of stone construction which could benefit from a variety of uses including holiday accommodation, dry storage and office use (Subject to planning permission and the necessary consents). There is also a stone built double tandem garage with double doors providing useful dry storage.
The property fronts onto a small country lane about 1.5 miles to the North of Chard backing onto open farmland. Chard offers a good range of everyday amenities with a choice of major supermarkets, smaller retailers, educational and leisure facilities. The County Town of Taunton is some 14 miles to the North with an excellent choice of schooling in both the private and state sectors. Road and rail links are very accessible as the property is within 3 miles of the main A303 and the M5 motorway connects at Taunton with intercity rail services at Taunton and Crewkerne and both Bristol and Exeter airports are within easy driving distance.