Vellow Road, Stogumber, Taunton, Somerset, TA4


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A well-presented 3 bedroom detached property, with a large private garden, set in the centre of this popular village. Large Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room, Sitting Room, Utility Room, 3 Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Garden to Front & Rear, Former Garage/Workshop, EPC Band F.


Stogumber is one of West Somerset's most popular villages, set well away from busy roads and is surrounded by the magnificent countryside of the Quantock and Brendon Hills, and on the doorstep of the Exmoor National Park. Stogumber is a very active village and includes many clubs and associations, as well as having a post office/general store, public house, ancient village church and primary school, which has had very good Ofsted reports. A wider range of facilities are available in Williton, which is 4 miles away, and the County Town of Taunton, which is approximately 15 miles to the south east. Taunton has an extensive range of commercial, recreational, leisure and educational facilities, as well as access to the M5 motorway and railway network through Tauntons mainline railway station.


Brig House is a detached three bedroom property, built primarily of colour washed rendered elevations, under a predominately pitched tiled roof. The house has very well-proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors and has undergone some extensive renovations during our vendors ownership. The property benefits from double glazing throughout, enjoys a central village setting with views towards the surrounding countryside beyond and has a lovely westerly facing rear garden.


The front door is set under a canopy style entrance porch and opens into the large open plan kitchen/dining room. The kitchen is a wonderful feature of the property and is fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units, beautifully finished with granite worktops, which also create a breakfast bar. There is an integrated dishwasher, larder fridge, electric Range cooker with bottle gas hobs and extractor over and space for a free-standing fridge freezer. The tiled flooring in the kitchen continues into the dining area, with double glazed double doors, opening into the rear garden. There are also windows to the front and side of the property in the kitchen, as well as a door opening into the downstairs toilet, which has a partially panelled wall, tiled floor and an external door. The utility room can also be accessed from the kitchen, through a sixteen glass pane internal door and has space and plumbing for a washing machine, vent for tumble dryer, houses the oil fired central heating boiler, has a range of base units and an external door, also opening into the rear garden. From the dining area, the staircase rises to the first floor landing. The owners have made excellent use of the under stairs storage, by creating a larder fitted with slate shelves. The sitting room is another well-proportioned room with parquet wooden flooring that continues through both levels of the room. The sitting room enjoys a triple aspect through windows to the front and side with double glazed double doors opening into the rear garden. The room is also centred upon a fire place, with a raised slate hearth, cast iron wood burning stove and painted surround with oak shelf over. The rear end of the sitting room sits under a flat roof, which has recently been replaced and has a substantial warranty in place.

The first floor landing provides access to all three bedrooms, the family bathroom, airing cupboard and loft hatch to the roof space. Bedroom one is very well-proportioned and enjoys a dual aspect with windows to the front and side and has been recently fitted with floor to ceiling Sharps wardrobes along one wall. Bedroom two is also of a good size and enjoys an outlook over the rear garden towards the hills beyond. Bedroom three is a double with a side aspect. The family bathroom has tiled walls and is fitted with a modern suite comprising a bath with shower attachment over, WC and wash hand basin, which is set on a slate shelf, with matching slate window sill and top to the concealed cistern.


Brig House is approached along a quiet village lane and has an entrance between a sandstone wall with two wooden gates, opening onto the drive, providing parking and access to the front door. To one side of the drive is a deep planted raised bed and to the other is the enclosed front garden surrounded by further deep planted beds, sandstone walling and fencing. There is access to the rear garden to the side of the property, where there is also a former garage/workshop, set back behind the house on the south western side. A pedestrian gate opens into the rear garden, which is extremely private given its central village location and is predominately laid to lawn, with a variety of deep planted borders. The garden enjoys a westerly aspect, with a patio area perfect for entertaining, set under the rear elevation of the property. There is also a garden shed and greenhouse.


Mains water, electricity and drainage, oil fired central heating, bottled gas for the hobs on Range cooker.


From Taunton take the A358 Minehead road and continue for approximately 10 miles. Pass Crowcombe village on your right and then turn left signposted to Stogumber (2 miles). Proceed past the cricket ground and continue down the hill into the village and turn right at the T-junction. Continue for approximately 100 metres and Brig House can be identified on the left hand side.

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