Wreath Green, Tatworth, Chard

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Charming period cottage with annexe potential and beautiful gardens. Freehold, Council Tax Band D, EPC D


The property is set in the heart of Tatworth/South Chard, a small village on the borders of Somerset, Devon and Dorset, some 3 miles south of Chard and within 10 miles of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast at Lyme Regis, with a church, primary school and convenience store/post office.

Both Chard and Axminster offer a wide range of amenities and Axminster has the benefit of the main South Western Rail service, which runs from Exeter St David's to London Waterloo. There are several popular primary schools within easy reach and a wide choice of both independent and state secondary schools.

The County town of Taunton is about 17 miles to the north, providing links to the M5 and the regional airports of Exeter and Bristol are easily accessible.


This characterful detached home has been extended and improved over the years to a high standard, with a part thatch (back and ridge replaced 2023) and part tiled roof. Over the years the property has been developed with stone and block as well as other materials including timber double glazed windows. The property isn't listed, there is a wealth of features including fireplaces, flagstone floor, exposed beams and timbers.

The adaptable accommodation has been used for a variety of family circumstances, including part as a semi-independent annexe.

There are three double bedrooms (1 ground floor), a family bathroom with roll top bath, plus two shower rooms on the ground floor. There are four reception rooms, two with fireplaces plus a kitchen/breakfast room with larder, that looks out to the garden. The annexe has a kitchen/utility with oven, hob and unfitted fridge, washing machine and dishwasher.


To the front of the cottage is a gravel parking area for several cars, with a delightful front garden sheltered by a tree


A private south facing rear garden including several features, such as a stream, a small pond with an attractive wooden bridge and an area of decking. The flood risk maps show a risk from surface water in a part of the garden towards the stream, there hasn't been an incidence of this in the past 10 years. There is a pergola with climbing plants and an area of gravel with lawn, flower beds and shrubs. There is a useful timber storage shed, plus a log store.


Access to the side of the cottage is a timber clad, block built summerhouse or studio with electric connected, used for occasional spill over accommodation.


Mains water, electric, gas and drainage. Photovoltaic panels (owned by the property). Gas-fired central heating (new boiler fitted in 2023). Superfast broadband (upto 50 mb/s) available, mobile coverage likely inside and outside with EE, O2, Three and Vodafone (Ofcom)


From Chard, head south of the A358, turn left into Tatworth, past the Church and after about 200 yards, turn right into a small track/lane. The property is then immediately on your left.

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