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Manor Court, Stawell

Guide Price
£725,000
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4 Bedroom Barn for sale in Bridgwater

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  • Characterful barn conversion neighbouring countryside and situated in the heart of this unspoilt village
  • Generously proportioned accommodation that is beautifully presented and tastefully decorated throughout
  • Affording four bedrooms, three reception rooms, three bathrooms, large farmhouse kitchen, utility/boot room and cloakroom
  • Boasting two substantial outbuildings ideal for those seeking workshop and storage space and self contained office/studio
  • The outbuildings also provide tremendous scope to convert (subject to planning permission and necessary consents)
  • Enjoying a peaceful and private position with large garden and more than ample parking

Tucked away in the heart of Stawell is this stunning four bedroom barn conversation covering over 2,300 sqft of characterful accommodation together with a large sunny garden neighbouring fields, ample parking and two large outbuildings covering over 1,000 sqft providing tremendous scope to convert (subject to planning permission and necessary consents) and is a most appealing prospect for buyers. Boasting generously proportioned accommodation throughout, this home ticks the boxes for families, professionals and active retirees alike, enjoying superb reception and entertaining space and for those requiring undisturbed home working space the self contained office/studio is an excellent option.



Accommodation

Welcomed in a spacious entrance hall where doors lead off to the kitchen, reception room and cloakroom and stairs ascend to the first floor providing a lovely focal point with a galleried landing overlooking the conservatory and bringing borrowed light through the heart of the barn, there is also a useful under-stair storage cupboard. The formal reception room is a fantastic size separated by a double sided fireplace creating two defined areas, a sitting room and dining room, both having floor to ceiling windows/doors making the space both light and airy and access onto the front courtyard. The sitting room enjoys a dual aspect to the front and rear and a multi-fuel stove set on a flagstone hearth with solid timber beam mantel over. A wonderful farmhouse kitchen will please keen cooks, comprising a comprehensive range of timber fronted base, wall and drawer units, marble effect worktops, Range cooker, Belfast sink and space for a tall fridge/freezer and dishwasher. A glazed door brings you into a superb conservatory, usable throughout the year having a full height vaulted ceiling with tinted glass panels and delightful outlook over the front courtyard, which is also accessed via double doors. A particularly pleasant feature here is the galleried opening onto the landing and the solid timber floor. A large utility/boot room is accessed from the front courtyard and is well appointed with units, sink and ample space for multiple appliances, the oil fired boiler and turn dial heating controls are also found here.



To the first floor an impressive galleried landing features a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and trusses, a charming feature mirrored throughout the first floor, ledge and brace doors open to four bedrooms, two bathrooms and two large storage cupboards, one being an airing cupboard. The principal bedroom is generously proportioned and benefits from a dual aspect, wide picture window, built in wardrobe and ensuite shower room. The third bedroom also includes a built in wardrobe and door to loft space useful for storage. The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite and there is also a separate shower room, both are attractively appointed.



For those seeking work space that is set apart from the living accommodation there is an attractive office/studio with its own access from the courtyard, featuring full height windows and exposed beams.



Outside

The barn sits neatly within its plot and benefits from two separate vehicular accesses which together afford more than ample parking. The main entrance is approached over a private lane from Stawell Road, through a five bar gate onto a private gravel parking area which is fully enclosed by timber fencing and stone walling and edged with well stocked shrub and flower borders. A terrace extends from the front elevation and enjoys an excellent degree of privacy. A rare selling point are the substantial outbuildings, a workshop and open fronted barn, ideal for those requiring workshop and storage space or those looking to add further value by converting to additional accommodation, subject to planning permission and necessary consents. The workshop has exposed ceiling beams and mains lighting. The open fronted barn/carport is set under a pitched tiled roof, exposed ceiling beams, mains lighting and power. The second vehicular access is found at the side of the property, taken from Manor Court, where there is a brick paved driveway, pedestrian access to the front and a gravel path and five bar gate to the rear garden. The garden is a good size and enjoys a sunny aspect and attractive outlook over the neighbouring fields. Comprising a patio extending from the rear elevation, expanse of lawn, borders stocked with a variety of shrub and flowering plants, mature trees and a shed.



Location

Set in a quiet and private position within the idyllic and unspoilt Somerset village of Stawell, nestled on the edge of the beautiful Polden Hills, approximately 1 mile south of the A39 which provides fast access to junction 23 of the M5 whilst Street is approximately 7 miles and offers an excellent range of facilities including Strode Theatre, Strode College, both indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a wide range of shops including Clarks Village - complex of factory shopping outlets and in the sought after catchment areas for Catcott Primary and Crispin Secondary schools. Bridgwater is some 6 miles and Bristol and Taunton are both within daily commuting distance.



Directions

From Street, take the A39 towards Bridgwater passing through the villages of Walton and Ashcott. After approximately 6 miles take the left hand turning signposted Stawell and Sutton Mallet one and a half miles. Continue down the hill, taking the second right turning signposted Stawell, continue along Stawell Road for 1 mile, passing the church on your right hand side. A private drive will be identified shortly after the right hand turn for Manor Court.

Set in a quiet and private position within the idyllic and unspoilt Somerset village of Stawell, nestled on the edge of the beautiful Polden Hills, approximately 1 mile south of the A39 which provides fast access to junction 23 of the M5 whilst Street is approximately 7 miles and offers an excellent range of facilities including Strode Theatre, Strode College, both indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a wide range of shops including Clarks Village - complex of factory shopping outlets and in the sought after catchment areas for Catcott Primary and Crispin Secondary schools. Bridgwater is some 6 miles and Bristol and Taunton are both within daily commuting distance.

Tucked away in the heart of Stawell is this stunning four bedroom barn conversation covering over 2,300 sqft of characterful accommodation together with a large sunny garden neighbouring fields, ample parking and two large outbuildings covering over 1,000 sqft providing tremendous scope to convert (subject to planning permission and necessary consents) and is a most appealing prospect for buyers. Boasting generously proportioned accommodation throughout, this home ticks the boxes for families, professionals and active retirees alike, enjoying superb reception and entertaining space and for those requiring undisturbed home working space the self contained office/studio is an excellent option.



Welcomed in a spacious entrance hall where doors lead off to the kitchen, reception room and cloakroom and stairs ascend to the first floor providing a lovely focal point with a galleried landing overlooking the conservatory and bringing borrowed light through the heart of the barn, there is also a useful under-stair storage cupboard. The formal reception room is a fantastic size separated by a double sided fireplace creating two defined areas, a sitting room and dining room, both having floor to ceiling windows/doors making the space both light and airy and access onto the front courtyard. The sitting room enjoys a dual aspect to the front and rear and a multi-fuel stove set on a flagstone hearth with solid timber beam mantel over. A wonderful farmhouse kitchen will please keen cooks, comprising a comprehensive range of timber fronted base, wall and drawer units, marble effect worktops, Range cooker, Belfast sink and space for a tall fridge/freezer and dishwasher. A glazed door brings you into a superb conservatory, usable throughout the year having a full height vaulted ceiling with tinted glass panels and delightful outlook over the front courtyard, which is also accessed via double doors. A particularly pleasant feature here is the galleried opening onto the landing and the solid timber floor. A large utility/boot room is accessed from the front courtyard and is well appointed with units, sink and ample space for multiple appliances, the oil fired boiler and turn dial heating controls are also found here.



To the first floor an impressive galleried landing features a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and trusses, a charming feature mirrored throughout the first floor, ledge and brace doors open to four bedrooms, two bathrooms and two large storage cupboards, one being an airing cupboard. The principal bedroom is generously proportioned and benefits from a dual aspect, wide picture window, built in wardrobe and ensuite shower room. The third bedroom also includes a built in wardrobe and door to loft space useful for storage. The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite and there is also a separate shower room, both are attractively appointed.



For those seeking work space that is set apart from the living accommodation there is an attractive office/studio with its own access from the courtyard, featuring full height windows and exposed beams.

From Street, take the A39 towards Bridgwater passing through the villages of Walton and Ashcott. After approximately 6 miles take the left hand turning signposted Stawell and Sutton Mallet one and a half miles. Continue down the hill, taking the second right turning signposted Stawell, continue along Stawell Road for 1 mile, passing the church on your right hand side. A private drive will be identified shortly after the right hand turn for Manor Court.

The barn sits neatly within its plot and benefits from two separate vehicular accesses which together afford more than ample parking. The main entrance is approached over a private lane from Stawell Road, through a five bar gate onto a private gravel parking area which is fully enclosed by timber fencing and stone walling and edged with well stocked shrub and flower borders. A terrace extends from the front elevation and enjoys an excellent degree of privacy. A rare selling point are the substantial outbuildings, a workshop and open fronted barn, ideal for those requiring workshop and storage space or those looking to add further value by converting to additional accommodation, subject to planning permission and necessary consents. The workshop has exposed ceiling beams and mains lighting. The open fronted barn/carport is set under a pitched tiled roof, exposed ceiling beams, mains lighting and power. The second vehicular access is found at the side of the property, taken from Manor Court, where there is a brick paved driveway, pedestrian access to the front and a gravel path and five bar gate to the rear garden. The garden is a good size and enjoys a sunny aspect and attractive outlook over the neighbouring fields. Comprising a patio extending from the rear elevation, expanse of lawn, borders stocked with a variety of shrub and flowering plants, mature trees and a shed.

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