An attractive chalet style period property offering flexible family accommodation together with an excellent range of adaptable outbuildings with conversion potential and grounds of just over 2 Acres. Ideal smallholding or equestrian use. EPC: Band E
The oldest part of Elm Farm is thought to date back to the mid 1800's and over the years has been extended and altered to provide a very comfortable family home with adaptable accommodation. Traditional construction with part solid, part cavity blockwork and rendered elevations beneath a tiled roof, the house enjoys the benefit of gas central heating, supported by a wood burner in the sitting room and double glazing throughout. The layout is extremely flexible with two bedrooms, a study and a shower room on the ground floor, together with a dining hall, farmhouse style kitchen, utility room and cosy sitting room. There is a superb master bedroom with en-suite shower room and dressing room on the first floor and, approached by a separate staircase, a useful office/hobbies room with storage off. Adjacent to the house is an excellent range of buildings including an open fronted double garage and a former stable block with attached barn, offering potential to create further ancillary accommodation. A further range of more modern buildings, set at a distance from the house, provide a purpose built single loose box and field shelter and two further boxes, with light and power.
The gardens and grounds are all South facing with an established pleasure garden, poultry run, several well fenced paddocks and an area of mature deciduous woodland with stream boundary. There is also a former tennis court that could be restored to its former glory or adapted to create a menage.
Elm Farm is pleasantly located in the oldest and most sought after part of Tatworth, a thriving residential village some 2 1/2 miles to the South of Chard. Local amenities within easy reach include an excellent primary school, Post Office/general store, pub, social club and Church. Chard offers a wide range of facilities with a choice of major supermarkets, smaller retailers, banks, medical services and a highly rated community school. The County Town of Taunton is some 16 miles to the North with easy access to the M5 motorway and intercity rail service (London Paddington). The World Heritage Jurassic Coast is about 12 miles South at Lyme Regis with its famous Cobb Harbour.