Tower Hill, Stogursey, Bridgwater


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  • Bedrooms: 8
A handsome period village house with double garage and good sized gardens, backing onto open fields. The property comprises three reception rooms, eight bedrooms, two bathrooms, mature gardens, double garage, mature gardens and a workshop. No Onward Chain. EPC Band E.


Prospect house is situated within the centre of Stogursey, a thriving community which has an ancient parish church, shop, post office, butchers, garage, inns and primary school. It is situated between the Quantock Hills and the North Somerset coast which has many beaches and provides a variety of walking/recreational activities. Taunton, the County Town of Somerset provides a comprehensive range of facilities include a good range of shops, schools, theatre, county cricket ground and mainline railways links. The M5 motorway is accessed on the Eastern side of the town and can also be accessed Junction 23 and 24.


Prospect House is a very handsome detached house with attractive red sandstone elevations with dressed Hamstone quoins and a clay tiled roof. The house is believed to have been built in 1911 and includes many features typical of its period including impressive fireplaces, lead windows, exposed wooden floors and includes high quality joinery throughout.


The accommodation is arranged over three floors and includes a solid oak front door with leaded window to one side opening into the enclosed entrance lobby with a further part glazed door leading into the reception hall. This is a wonderful entrance incorporating a balustraded turning staircase with doors off to the main reception rooms and an archway opening through to the kitchen / dining room. There is an original exposed polished timber floor, door to the under stairs storage cupboard and a door to the downstairs cloakroom with wash hand basin, tiled floor and a separate WC. The drawing room is a well-proportioned room with a large bay window with a wonderful aspect over the garden and surrounding countryside towards the Quantock Hills. There is a fireplace with stone surround and an inset wood burning stove on a slate hearth. The sitting room has a picture window giving wonderful views with a corner fireplace and electric fire. The family room has a further former fireplace with a fitted shelving cupboard to one side. The kitchen / dining room offers a superb entertaining space with dining at one end and a large window overlooking the garden. There is exposed timber floor and the kitchen is fitted with a range of cream painted wall and base units with granite work surfaces, a Rangemaster stove, central island unit with built in cupboards and drawers and doors opening through to the dining area. There is plumbing for a dish washer, deep recess for upright fridge, quarry tiled floor, a door to the pantry and a glazed double door that opens into the garden room. The garden room has a brick floor, fitted cupboards and door to the rear garden. The utility room has a Belfast sink with drawer and cupboard below. There is a door to the courtyard and an opening through to the laundry / boiler room.

On the first floor, there is an inner landing with a staircase rising to the second floor. The master bedroom has a corner fireplace with built-in wardrobes and a dressing table. There are six further bedrooms all with fitted fireplaces. There is a family bathroom with a matching fitted suite.

On the second floor, there is landing with skylight and a hatched roof space. There are two bedrooms with fireplaces and one having built-in wardrobes. There is a further bathroom / shower room, split on two levels and a door to the eaves storage.


At the front of the house, there is access to a gravelled parking and turning area, providing access to a substantial double garage with adjacent workshop with storage over. There is access via a gate leading to the gardens, which are on two levels and adjoining open farmland and the Quantock Hills. Immediately to the back of the house, there is a gravelled seating area with adjacent pergola adjoining an area of lawn where there are a number of specimen trees. Steps lead down to the lower garden, which is laid to lawn and planted with deep herbaceous borders. There is a timber framed studio with timber ship lap elevations with glazed tile roof and an artist studio fitted with a range of shelves and cupboards and stone sink. Further timber shed.


On entering Stogursey proceed past the school and the house can be identified on the right hand side via a Stags For Sale board.

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