LITTLE HOLLOW CHURCH ROAD, SUTTON MALLET, SOMERSET, TA7 9AT
Street 7 miles, Glastonbury 9 miles, Langport 11 miles, Somerton 12 miles, Bridgwater 5 miles, Wells 15 miles, Taunton 19 miles, Yeovil 21 miles, M5 (J23) 7 miles, A303 15 miles. (all distances approx.)
An absolutely delightful house with a beautiful garden, an adjoining meadow, outbuildings and a wonderful location in a little known rural village in unspoilt and accessible countryside.
This comfortable house includes an entrance hall, cloakroom, inner hall, a large light and airy sitting room, dining room with an archway into the kitchen, utility & boot room, 4 bedrooms, bathroom and en suite shower room.
Outside are a garage, plenty of parking and very pretty, well landscaped and stocked gardens.
In addition there are useful outbuildings, stabling and a meadow.
Sutton Mallet and Stawell are two neighbouring villages lying on the south side of the Polden Hills and are charming villages off the beaten track and little known. They combine into a friendly and active community and more information is available on www.stallwellvillage.info
Moorlinch is a slightly larger village which is a few miles away and has a good pub. The surrounding towns of the area are all within easy reach and provide a pretty comprehensive range of cultural, sporting and commercial amenities.
Little Hollow has a quiet setting within a short walk of the ancient village Church. The house stands back from the road within it's own grounds. The accompanying photos include one with a rough indication of the boundaries.
The house was built circa 1994 and is a beautifully tailored timber framed Potton home. Potton started as a family run business in 1964 and was acquired by the Kingspan Group in 2006. The traditional ethos, pride in workmanship and the high quality standards and customer care remain at the heart of the business.
The house stands back from the lane within its grounds and is an extremely handsome house with brick and tiles on the front elevation under a red tiled roof with gabled windows. An attractive short flight of steps leads to the front porch and entrance. Internally the house is most welcoming and comfortable with details including oak and tiled flooring, timber beams, a fireplace with a woodburning stove, a fitted kitchen with an electric Aga, an en suite shower room, double glazing and oil central heating. In addition many of the rooms have a double aspect and the windows, particularly in the sitting room, flood the house with sunshine throughout the day.
The front door opens to a hall with a cloakroom (basin and loo) and a door into an inner hall at the centre of the house.
The sitting room is most attractive and a good size being about 18ft. x 20ft. with windows on three sides and double french doors to the garden. The focal point is an inglenook style fireplace with a wood burner.
Glazed double door leads from the hall into the dining room that has an archway into the kitchen. This has a good range of fitted units and an Aga supported by an integrated oven and hob.
Beyond the kitchen is an extremely useful utility and boot room.
A staircase rises from the hall to the landing and the 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
The main bedroom has fitted wardrobes’ and an en suite shower room. The other three bedrooms are a decent size as is the family bathroom.
There’s a small cellar approached by external steps and which houses the boiler.
Timber gates lead into the property and there's a large double garage, plenty of parking space and a lawn bounded by shrubs. Immediately at the back of the house and approached by french doors from the sitting room, is a paved terrace and leading to a lovingly tended garden. One of the great features of this property is the privacy it enjoys whilst being within the village.
Gates from the parking area at the front of the house open through to a further courtyard with a large timber storage/workshop. Beyond is a stable block with 3 loose boxes and a tack room - opening onto a concrete yard. (whilst designed as stabling this range suits many uses.)
A field gate opens from the yard to a meadow divided by a post and rail fence.
The land and stabling offer excellent amenities for a couple of ponies and great opportunities for perhaps chickens, pigs, sheep, permaculture or simply a wonderful garden with outbuildings.
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