Large Detached traditional house, occupying enviable plot in sought after village. Modern construction with oil fired central heating consisting of under-floor heating on ground floor and radiators on first floor.
Eco-friendly, with upgraded insulation and Solar thermal roof panels to heat water, log burner capable of running the entire central heating system and hot water system.
Full IT infrastructure, with cable networking throughout.
Master bedroom with large en-suite, dressing area and walk in wardrobes. Three further large bedrooms, 1 of which with en-suite. Four garages (2 of which open), with stairs to room/studio above. Large paved courtyard with room for numerous vehicles
• Very large patio area (c 120m2) with pizza oven in rear garden. 3 large stables (1 currently used for entertaining as a bar) and a tack room. Paddock c. 1.05ac (total plot 1.45 ac) and equestrian facilities. Pizza oven for outside entertaining near stables (bar). Separate Wood Store, cider apple orchard, productive vegetable plot, greenhouse and polytunnel.
Combe St Nicholas is set in lovely countryside not far from the Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its miles and miles of herepaths popular for walking, cycling and horse-riding. Approximately 3 miles from Chard and 6.5 miles from Ilminster, it has great accessibility to all the day to day amenities you require and excellent road links via the A358, A30 and A303. Both the beautiful Jurassic coast to the south and the M5 Junction at Taunton are within c.30 minutes’ drive. The A303 London – Exeter trunk road is just an easy 3 minute drive away.
The village appears to have a good sense of community and together with the nearby hamlet of Wadeford has a great deal of parish organisations including History group, Horticultural society, short mat bowls, weekly village café in the village hall, ladies groups, and Gala association that organises lots of events and entertainments.
The village also has its own Football club with four teams plus a ladies team, clubhouse and pitch. There is a post office and store, historic parish church, two pubs and Church of England Primary School. It also lies within easy driving distance of the secondary school at Chard. Doctors surgeries are available in Chard whilst there are community hospitals in Chard, Axminster, Crewkerne, South Petherton and Honiton. The main district hospitals are at Yeovil and Taunton.