Stolford, Stogursey, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA5


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  • Bedrooms: 4
An imposing Grade II listed Georgian Residence finished to an exceptional standard together with an extensive range of outbuildings, stable block and schooling arena, all contained within 10.6 acres of land. NO ONWARD CHAIN

Wick Pound House is an impressive Grade II listed residence which is believed to date back to the 1850's. Constructed of Blue Lias stone elevations under a pitch slate roof, the property is of individual design and was clearly built as a property of stature with well proportioned rooms throughout. Featuring in particular generous living and dining rooms and a good sized family kitchen/breakfast room. These are supplemented by an excellent utility and study whilst a family bathroom and 4 bedrooms are arranged at first floor level, with the master having an en-suite. The property was renovated in more recent years to an exceptional standard, creating an excellent family home. The property is approached through a set of electric timber gates which lead down a private driveway flanked on the left hand side by the south facing gardens. To the rear of the property is a stone built workshop complete with power, lighting and drainage. Double garage with twin up and over doors, summer house with double French doors to outside. The driveway continues to a traditional stable block containing six stables and tack room, and to the rear are two close span multi-purpose agricultural barns (12.3m x 9.08m) (12.46m x 9.37m). Here there is a lean-to log store, greenhouse and vegetable garden. Beyond this is an avenue of fruit trees, containing apple, pear and cherry with pond located at the end. To the east of the stable block is a schooling arena which is surrounded by the predominantly level pasture land, in all extending to 10.6 acres.

An early viewing is essential to fully appreciate this lovely property and all it has to offer.

Wick is a small Hamlet close to the North Somerset coast and although very private it is by no means isolated with good road access close by. A short distance to the south west is the village of Stogursey, where there are a good number of local amenities including various shops, Inns and a primary school. A more comprehensive range of facilities can be found at both Taunton and Bridgwater which lie south and south-east with Taunton being renowned for its public schools. Motorway access can be gained at junctions 23 and 24 of the M5 motorway, whilst Taunton benefits from a direct line rail link to London Paddington. The Quantock Hills are within a short drive which are designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and where many footpaths and bridleways can be enjoyed for country walks and hacking out. The equestrian enthusiast is well catered for, with Stockland Lovell cross country course and Quantock Vale Hunt Kennels both just a few minutes away. Local riding can be enjoyed on the quiet country lanes and tracks with an enhanced local bridleway network planned and with easy access to the foreshore. Pontispool Equestrian centre is located at Taunton and the Quantock Pony and Riding Clubs are both very active, running competitions throughout the season.

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