A fine Grade II listed farmhouse, gentrified in the early 18th century to create a stunning family home set in mature grounds including a four acre paddock, formal gardens and ample parking. EPC rating N/A.
DESCRIPTION 'Alstone Court' is a handsome country property of grand proportions which is situated on a quiet rural lane on the outskirts of the popular Sedgemoor village of West Huntspill. The varied history of the Court is documented in several local publications which make particular reference to a Henry Gatchell who in the early 1800's owned the property and traded sheep and cattle back and forth along the River Parrot and over the Irish Sea to Ireland, from the 92 acres that were once owned and attached to the property. Now enjoying a more manageable four acres 'Alstone Court' still offers more than enough space for a small holding of sheep, pigs, cow's or even Alpacas if desired.
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|Impressive Grade II listed former farmhouse
||Mature grounds approaching 0.65 of an acre and four acre paddock
|Delightful semi-rural setting
||Three receptions rooms
|Stunning hand crafted kitchen
||Ample off-road parking
|Wealth of original period features
||Close to local amenities and train station