Langford Budville, Wellington


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A wonderful detached property with versatile accommodation situated in a wonderful edge of village location with well-maintained gardens.


This beautiful home lies on the outskirts of this popular village opposite the church. The village benefits from amenities to include a primary school, excellent public house and a large modern village hall offering a wide variety of activities. Adjoining the village is Langford Heathfield Natural Reserve, a Somerset Wildlife Trust, second largest nature reserve at 226 acres. There are various landscapes which include ancient woodland, heathland and ponds. The town of Wellington is within 2.5 miles where an excellent selection of shopping, recreational and scholastic facilities can be found together with easy access to the M5 motorway situated on the eastern outskirts of the town. The County Town of Taunton is within 9 miles of the property where an excellent range of facilities can be found together with a main line rail link to London Paddington.


Quarryleaze comprises an impressive village residence of rendered colour washed elevations under a tiled roof with attached double garage and offers spacious versatile accommodation. The property has been designed to take full advantage of the wonderful position with large windows enjoying far reaching countryside views. There is the benefit of oil fired central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout. Outside, the gardens are mainly laid to lawn with an abundance of mature trees, including various fruit trees and a there is a well-established vegetable and herb garden.


A sliding double glazed door opens into the entrance porch with front door to entrance hallway with turning staircase to first floor and a door to downstairs WC. A further door leads to the inner hall with 2 storage cupboards and access to further rooms including the workshop which in turn leads into the double garage with window and pedestrian door to rear. The kitchen is an impressive, light room featuring a high ceiling with roof lights. There is an oil fired red painted Aga, matching wall and base units with inset double bowl sink unit and mixer tap. Double doors open into the boiler cupboard and a door leads into the utility room with matching units, sink, space for washing machine and fridge, door to outside and door to larder cupboard with fitted shelving including a cold slate shelf. The sitting room is double aspect with a large picture window enjoying views over the garden and benefits from a fireplace with wood burner with exposed flue, brick surround and tiled hearth. A glazed door leads into the conservatory with further door to outside. From the sitting room, a returning door leads back into the inner hall which, in turn leads to the ground floor annexe/bedroom. This room is split into two areas which are currently used as a bedroom and a sitting/office area with access to garden. There is a separate shower room with shower cubicle, WC and wash basin with vanity unit.

On the first floor landing there is a hatch to roof space and two large cupboards, both with wooden slatted shelving and one housing the hot water tank. The master bedroom is an impressive room with triple aspect windows enjoying wonderful views over the gardens and surrounding countryside. Bedroom two has a built in wardrobe, window overlooking the garden and door to en suite shower room with enclosed tiled shower cubicle and wash basin. There is a further room on the first floor which is currently used as a craft room and has restricted head height, Velux window and door to large eaves storage space. The family bathroom comprises a matching suite with WC, wash basin and bath with shower over.


The property is approached from the village road through double opening wooden gates onto a large tarmac driveway leading to the double garage with electrically operated up and over door. To one side of the driveway is a wooded wild garden with wooden store, further shed and composting station. This area has been designed with bark pathways and sheltered areas ideal for birds and other wildlife. To the other side of the driveway is a large vegetable garden with a number of raised beds, a wooden glasshouse, a summer house/garden workshop and a herb garden. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with large patio and gravel area to side and rear and a pond. There is an abundance of mature trees as well as fruit trees to include apple, pear, plum and cherry.


Oil fired central heating. Mains water, electricity and drainage.


From our office in High Street turn right at the traffic lights into North Street signposted Milverton. After approximately 2 miles on the second part of an S bend turn left signposted Langford Budville. Continue into the village and just at the church on your right hand side, the gates to Quarryleaze can be found on the left.

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7 High Street, Wellington, Devon, TA21 8QT

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