Newhouse Farm, Moorland, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA7


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A well-presented semi-detached period farmhouse with annexe, outbuildings, garage & attractive gardens with a small paddock.

A very attractive period farmhouse situated on the edge of Moorland. The property we believe dates back to the 1800's and has retained character features whilst being updated and offering all the modern day comforts, including air source heat pump and underfloor heating on the ground floor. The property is well-presented and offers spacious accommodation over 2 floors, briefly comprising; an entrance door opens into the welcoming hallway with stairs rising to the first floor and useful understairs storage cupboard. The lounge is front aspect with an attractive woodburner. To the rear of the property is an 'L-shaped' kitchen/diner with a fitted dresser which compliments the kitchen units. There is also a large Inglenook fireplace housing a woodburner. The kitchen area is well-fitted with a good range of wall, base and drawer units incorporating a dishwasher and including space for a range cooker (current range available by separate negotiation). Leading from the dining area is a conservatory with utility area and WC. On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms; master with ensuite and a walk-in wardrobe, bedrooms 2 & 3 also have built-in wardrobes. A family bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle completes the accommodation. There is a spacious loft 25' max x 21' max which is boarded, with window and velux. This area would lend itself to conversion, subject to any necessary planning permission and building regulations.

In addition, there is an attached annexe 22'2 max x 11'4 max with lounge/bedroom, kitchen area and bathroom with bath and shower over.

Outside there is a a workshop 15'2 x 8'1 and utility 15'2 x 9'8 with power, light and water which is currently divided into 2 rooms with a partition wall but could be knocked through into one. There is also a garage 16'8 x 8'3 and large 'L-shaped' shed 21'8 max x 14'1 max both with power and light.

The attractive garden to the rear is laid to patio and then extends to an area of lawn, interspersed with mature shrubs and trees and a variety of rose bushes, trailing plants and flowers. At the far end of the garden there is an open fronted pergola covered with grape vines. Beyond the garden is a small fenced paddock with water trough which is connected to the mains and would be suitable for a pony and further leads to a gated hardstanding area. To the side of the property is a substantial block paved driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles, enclosed by wrought iron gates. The front garden is laid predominantly to gravel with mature bushes and surrounded by a low stone wall.

An early viewing is essential to fully appreciate this lovely family home and gardens in a pretty village setting.

The property is situated amongst rural surrounding on the edge of the village of Moorland which lies some 4 miles south of the market town of Bridgwater. Local facilities include a church, Inn and village hall. The M5 motorway junction 24 is within 3 miles thus facilitating communications north of Bristol and south to the county town of Taunton. Local facilities are also available at the small town of North Petherton and Bridgwater. There are several noted public schools in Taunton along with a mainline rail link to London Paddington and international airports can be found at both Bristol and Exeter.

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Greenslade Taylor Hunt - Bridgwater

31-33 High Street, Bridgwater, Somerset

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