Wells: 01749 670079     Wedmore: 01934 710220     Castle Cary: 01963 351993    

Between Langport and Street. Guide Price £1,600,000

Sold STC
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  • Enjoying a beautiful quiet rural setting between Langport and Street.
  • Very quiet rural setting and fabulous views
  • A principal house under construction PLUS a separate Cottage
  • The house includes around 4,500 sq.ft.
  • Exceptionally large living space
  • 4 bedrooms but 5th easily accommodated
  • Grounds and paddocks
  • Scope for the buyer to choose finishings and appointments.

An exceptional country house now under construction.


KING MOOR HOUSE BERE ALLER, LANGPORT, TA10 0QX

Langport 5 miles, Street 7 miles, Glastobury 9 miles M5 (J24) 10 miles & Taunton 14 miles (all approx.)

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An absolutely superb new country house now under construction enjoying a beautiful quiet rural setting between Langport and Street.

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The property includes a large principal residence, a delightful fully restored cottage, grounds and paddocks.

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The house will be completed in late Summer/Autumn 2020 and is a stunning, impressive and handsome building with around 4,500 sq.ft of accommodation including a large reception hall, cloakroom, drawing room, sitting and dining room, kitchen, utility room, snug, 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms including a master suite with a dressing room.

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The cottage is around 1,000 sq ft and has adjoining garage, stores and play area.

Location

King Moor House has a wonderful location in the small hamlet of Bere Aller which although tucked away has good transport links nearby in all directions. The house looks onto bordering farmland which extend up to the ancient woodland of Aller and Beer Woods of which about 100 acres are part of the Somerset Wildlife Trust. This whole area is really a sanctuary for wildlife including deer and otters in the streams and rivers.

Description

The house, designed to very generous proportions by a well regarded local architect is being constructed to high standards in all aspects by one of Somerset's leading builders. The handsome front elevation incorporates a large two storey southeast facing gabled porch with tall windows which are matched and complemented by the other large windows throughout set in the skilled stone masonry walls under the tiled roof

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Internally there is a cathedral style hall with a galleried landings approached from a split staircase. There are extensive living areas with several reception rooms which are all flooded with sun light from the many windows. The drawing room is highly impressive with doors to the garden and a massive fireplace. There's also a small snug equally suitable for use as a study. The other main living area is a combined dining room and sitting room ideal for modern living and which leads through to a large kitchen , again with doors to the garden. Also on the ground floor is a cloakroom and a utility room.

First floor

On the first floor are 4 bedroom and 4 bathrooms. Three of the bedrooms have en suite shower rooms and the master bedroom has a large bathroom, a large dressing room and sliding doors through onto a large balcony with panoramic views.

Outside

A drive leads into the property from a quiet country lane and there's more than ample space and garden areas. This drive continues past the house to the cottage which is a barn conversion developed to an excellent standard. It has a large open plan kitchen/living room, a double bedroom and bathroom. Adjacent is a drive in garage with stores and a potential games room. In addition to it's grounds it has two paddocks and in all the property totals towards 3 acres.

About the area

Aller is a small but popular village, set in lovely open countryside near the larger town of Langport. Within the village there is a pub, church and village hall. The nearest town is Langport which has a supermarket, veterinary centre, pharmacy, and a number of shops, restaurants and pubs. The area provides a good network for walking, riding and cycling whilst there are a number of small towns nearby which provide for most needs. Larger towns including Bristol, Taunton and Yeovil are in easy commuting distance. All combine to provide cultural, commercial, social and sporting amenities. The railway station at Yeovil Junction has a direct line to London Waterloo and Castle Cary links to Paddington in less than 2 hours. The M5 (J25) can be joined at Bridgwater (about 10 miles) and the A303 trunk road is about 10 miles south. Bristol International Airport is 29 miles distant.

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There are excellent state and independent schools including Millfield, Sherborne, Hazelgrove, Leweston, the Bruton, and Taunton School, Wells Cathedral School, Huish Episcopi Academy and Sixth Form colleges at both Richard Huish, Taunton and Strode College in Street. Sporting facilities include a good number of syndicated shoots, hunting with various packs, racing (at Wincanton, Taunton, Exeter & Bath), several good golf courses and numerous clubs for a wide variety of sports (cricket, tennis, squash, rugby, football, etc.). There are also many cultural and artistic societies and organisations within this very active and friendly community of Somerset.

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It's also a fascinating historical area with roman remains, its past as Alfred’s capital of Wessex, its later reference in the Domesday Book and its partial ownership by the great abbeys of Muchelney and Glastonbury before the dissolution of the monasteries. The Battle of Langport in 1645 in the Civil War was close by as was the Battle of Sedgemoor in 1685 in the Monmouth Rebellion.

Directions

From Langport take the A372 towards Bridgwater. Continue for a few miles and continue through the village of Aller. Where the road bends left take the first right turn (signposted Beer and Highham) with a sign to “Cider”. After 200 yards pass the Dairy House Farm on the right hand side and also continue past the Cider Farm. Continue for several hundred yards further and take the drive on the left (next to a cottage - Hill View) which leads into the property.

Important Notice

Roderick Thomas, their clients and any joint agents state that these details are for general guidance only and accuracy cannot be guaranteed. They do not constitute any part of any contract. All measurements are approximate and floor plans are to give a general indication only and are not measured accurate drawings. No guarantees are given with regard to planning permission or fitness for purpose. No apparatus, equipment, fixture or fitting has been tested. Items shown in photographs are not necessarily included. Buyers must rely on information passed between the solicitors with regard to items included in the sale. Purchasers must satisfy themselves on all matters by inspection or otherwise.

Viewings

Interested parties are advised to check availability and current situation prior to travelling to see any property.


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Name Location Type Distance
Bere Aller
Langport TA10 0QX
County: Somerset
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 00003818