Stockland Bristol, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA5


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  • Bedrooms: 8
A substantial detached period house with large gardens, outbuildings and situated within this quiet village.

A substantial detached period house which we understand dates from the 17th century but was remodelled in the Victorian era and now provides extensive accommodation together with an abundance of character features. These features include flagstone flooring to much of the ground floor, two inglenook fireplaces, beamed ceilings and impressive mullion windows. Interestingly the property is not listed. At present the property is set up as a 5/7 bedroomed house (two attic rooms) and a one bed self-contained annexe. However there is the possibility of creating a nine bedroomed house if desired. The accommodation in brief comprises of an entrance hall, living room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and rear hall. At the rear of the property are a number of useful store rooms including the game larder, dairy, boiler room and laundry room. At first floor level five bedrooms are found together with a bathroom and separate WC. The annexe is also found on this floor with private access via external stairs. The annexe comprises of a sitting room, kitchenette, shower room and bedroom. At second floor level two attic bedrooms are found together with further store rooms. Outside there are three garages as well as large westerly facing gardens which are primarily laid to lawn and raised vegetable patches. There is a separate vehicular access to the garden. At the rear of the garden is The Coach House which is a large barn which benefits from light and power and would seem possible for further uses subject to any consents that may be needed. Viewing is advised to appreciate the space and potential on offer at this highly intriguing property.

Wayland Farm is situated in the manorial model village of Stockland Bristol which lies some 6 miles north west of the market town of Bridgwater between the Quantock Hills and the Sea. Within the village is a Church and Village Hall/Social Club. Further facilities are available in the adjacent estuary village of Combwich which provides Inn, Primary School, Post Office/General Store and there are pleasure boat moorings with direct nautical access to the Bristol Channel via the tidal River Parrett.

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