Langford Budville, Wellington, TA21


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A charming period semi-detached cottage offering spacious four/five bedroom living accommodation, together with an annexe and far reaching views of open countryside.

This charming period cottage is believed to date back to the 19th Century and is deceptively spacious and boasts a wealth of character features. The property is of rendered stone and block elevations under a pitched slated roof and benefits from oil fired central heating and double glazing throughout. The accommodation in brief comprises an entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor, to the side is a dining room with inglenook fireplace (currently disused) and a door leads through to a living room with open fireplace containing a log burning stove. An 'L' shaped kitchen/breakfast room is also accessed off the dining room and is fitted with a range of modern base units with rolled top work surfaces and matching wall cupboards over, complete with an oil fired Aga and other integral appliances. The annex can be found off the entrance hall and is currently set up as a home office and second sitting room but could be used as an annexe with a wet room, perfect for an eldering relative, additional income or guest accommodation. Upstairs are four double bedrooms and a well equipped family bathroom, completing the accommodation. Outside are private walled gardens, a triple garage, parking and fruit orchard. The real selling point of this property is it's position, with it's far reaching views of open countryside which can only be fully appreciated when viewed.

The property is quietly situated between the settlements of Milverton and Langford Budville in an unspoilt rural area and enjoys excellent views particularly in a northerly direction towards the Quantock Hills. The nearby village of Langford Budville offers a popular pub, primary school and attractive Parish Church while Milverton also includes a Health Centre and convenience stores. The town of Wellington is just over 2 miles away where a wide range of amenities includes a number of supermarkets, secondary schooling including Wellington Public School and a range of professional services. The County town of Taunton is readily accessible about 9 miles away. There are numerous local footpaths that give easy access to the surrounding attractive countryside.

The property is approached off a quiet country lane over a shared driveway which leads to off road parking in front of three garages. There is a small garden laid to patio to the front of the house, opposite of which lies a fruit orchard and wild garden, former vegetable plot and open fields. To the side and rear of the property the garden is fully enclosed with views over open countryside and are predominantly lawed with a good mixture of raised beds, housing a range of mature plants, shrubs and bushes. There is a further sun terrace adjacent to the house, ideal for alfresco dining and summer entertaining and to the rear of the garden is a storage shed housing the central heating, boiler and oil tank.

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