Stone Hall Lane, Enmore, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA5

£645,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A beautiful former Coach House situated in an elevated position, with panoramic views of the Quantocks. Fantastic gardens plus paddock, total plot approx. 1 acre.

Old Rectory Coach House is a fantastic detached residence which dates back to 1802 in parts and was the former coach house and stables associated with the Rectory. The current owners sympathetically converted the building in 1989 and have managed to retain many character features including; beams, exposed stone walls and original tack hooks, whilst creating a beautiful modern home with Elm staircase and flooring, attractive hardwood windows and doors with a dark grey external finish, flagstone floors and wood burner. Situated in an elevated and enviable position at the foothills of the Quantocks, with uninterrupted views of this area of outstanding natural beauty.

The flexible and spacious accommodation is arranged over 2 floors and briefly comprises; steps lead up from the garden to the entrance door which opens into the hallway and gives access to the studio/office, ideal for working from home with pretty outlook over the gardens. The hallway opens into the well-fitted kitchen/dining room with a useful pantry. Situated to the rear of the studio/office is a double bedroom and modern bathroom, also accessed from the kitchen. The sitting room is a particular feature of the property and was the former coach house, now with attractive Elm staircase, beamed ceiling, woodburner and French doors opening out to the gardens and taking advantage of the lovely views. Also on the ground floor is a 2nd entrance door, a further double bedroom and utility with Belfast sink and oil fired boiler.

On the first floor there are 2 further double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes and additional eaves storage. Bedroom 1 has French doors opening onto a balcony which provides an ideal space to enjoy the southerly aspect and far reaching views. A shower room and separate WC completes the accommodation.

Outside the spectacular gardens are another feature of the property having an abundance of flowers, plants, shrubs, herbaceous borders and box hedging, offering colour to the gardens all year round. There are 2 driveways, the first being on the same level as the house for easy unloading, the second provides parking for several vehicles and gives access to a single garage with power and light. In addition there is an orchard with apple trees and vegetable beds, greenhouse and shed, which further leads into a paddock, approximately 0.6 acres. The overall plot extends to just under 1 acre.

An early viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate this beautiful home and gardens, situated in a truly sought after location.

Enmore is considered one of the areas most sought after Villages, lying in a convenient position at the foot of the Quantock Hills. Designated as being an area of outstanding natural beauty, many rural pursuits can be enjoyed within the surrounding countryside, including nearby Durleigh Reservoir where fishing and sailing are offered. Enmore itself has a renowned Golf Course, two Public Houses, a Church, Village Hall and highly commended Primary School which was the first free elementary school in England. The County town of Taunton is accessible over the hills where there is a mainline train station GWR to London etc, along with all day to day amenities. The town of Bridgwater is approximately 4.1 miles distance and also offers a good range of amenities, along with a Train Station and benefitting from 2 junctions of the M5 Motorway.

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