A substantial and charming Somerset Farm house constructed of beautiful local stone with a fabulous clay tiled roof, occupying a privileged position just of the triangle in the much sought after village of Kingston Seymour. EPC rating F.
DESCRIPTION The handsome wisteria clad facade of this 17th/18th century farmhouse is the very epitome of the chocolate box English country home with its white washed stone walls and gorgeous clay tiled roof, beautifully positioned behind its enchanting cottage garden.
Internally the property displays an abundance of original character features including exposed wooden beams, ledge and brace doors and a rebuilt fireplace. As is traditional in a Somerset Long House one end of the property original housed livestock but has now been skilfully incorporated into the main body of the home creating further living space.
The accommodation in brief comprises; sitting room with a wonderful wood burn... Read more
|Substantial Stone built cottage
||Central village location
|Three wonderful reception rooms
||Five bedrooms/two bathrooms
|Fitted traditional kitchen with Aga
||Host of original features
|Gorgeous cottage garden
||Parking and integral garage
|In need of moderate updating
||Presented to the market with no onward chain