A spacious four bedroom period house situated in a large plot of approximately 0.8 of an acre. The property itself is well presented and retains much character and charm throughout. Situated in a favourable position on the outskirts of this popular village of Goathurst within the Quantock Hills. Externally, there is multiple off road parking and garage with the majority of the garden situated to the rear and adjoining open farmland. Energy Rating: E-40
18' 4'' x 10' 9'' (5.58m x 3.27m) maximum.
Stairs rising to first floor.
18' 9'' x 15' 1'' (5.71m x 4.59m)
Windows to front, side and doors to conservatory. Large exposed brick fireplace with inset Clearview Stove.
14' 1'' x 12' 11'' (4.29m x 3.93m)
Dual aspect windows to front and side. Large fireplace recess.
Ground Floor WC
6' 1'' x 4' 3'' (1.85m x 1.29m)
20' 5'' x 8' 2'' (6.22m x 2.49m)
Windows to side and rear. Pantry cupboard. Oil-fired Aga.
8' 6'' x 7' 3'' (2.59m x 2.21m)
Doors to rear garden and conservatory.
14' 8'' x 7' 9'' (4.47m x 2.36m)
Double opening doors to rear garden.
First Floor Galleried Landing
Window to rear. Doors to all bedrooms and bathroom.
14' 3'' x 11' 3'' (4.34m x 3.43m)
Dual aspect front and side windows. Original cast iron fire surround.
15' 4'' x 9' 5'' (4.67m x 2.87m)
Front aspect window.
16' 10'' x 9' 8'' (5.13m x 2.94m)
Rear window overlooking garden.
10' 7'' x 8' 6'' (3.22m x 2.59m)
(irregular shape) Front window.
11' 2'' x 6' 6'' (3.40m x 1.98m)
The rear garden measures approximately - 0.8 of an acre. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with very slight undulating levels. The garden contains a variety of mature trees and shrubs and has been used for Church fetes. The garden abuts open farmland with distant views of Glastonbury Tor. To the front of the property there are three areas of off road parking in addition to the garage.
The property has shared drainage on a private sewerage treatment plant. The cost for this is approximately £50 per annum for electric, and the cost for desludging is approximately £400 per annum. In 2010 the garage wall was underpinned from an historic defect forty plus years ago. It was underpinned purely as a precautionary measure when the new oil tank was installed closeby.