ELLICK BARN, BURRINGTON COOMBE, BLAGDON, BS40 7TZ
SOMERSET, BS40 7TZ
Bristol 13 miles, Wells 10 miles, Chew Magna 9 miles, Cheddar 7 miles.
An absolutely delightful converted barn in a wonderful location on the Mendip Hills, It stands in its own grounds of over an acre enjoying great views and great privacy.
The Mendip Hills are justifiably an A.O.N.B.with magnificent scenery and great access with many miles of footpaths and byways. Ellick Barn has been sympathetically converted providing an open plan living room and kitchen together with 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside are parking space, a garden and a paddock. In all about 1.2 acres.
Burrington Coombe is a wooded gorge on the northern side of the Mendip Hills which runs down to the Chew Valley. This is an historic area and there have been caves occupied by humans for over 10,000 years and more recently was the site of an Iron Age fort.
According to legend Augustus Montague Toplady was inspired to write the hymn Rock of Ages while sheltering under a rock in the Combe. Whether this is true or not there is no doubt that Burrington Coombe is a beautiful, inspiring and unspoilt area.
Close to The Barn is access to miles and miles of footpaths and bridleways.
Burrington and Blagdon villages, together with the other larger surrounding villages, provide a very wide range of amenities and facilities. Also there’s have easy access to the A38 to Bristol and motorway, and Wells is just 8 miles to the south.
The property is located above the wooded gorge, high up on the open Hills and with extensive views. It stands in its own grounds and is a stone barn under a slated roof which was converted just over 20 years ago.
The main entrance is via a stone staircase to the first floor and into the living area which takes full advantage of the position.This is an open plan living area with the whole room having a high vaulted ceiling and timber floorboards.There’s plenty of both living and dining space and the kitchen has cupboards with marble surfaces, a double Belfast sink and an island unit with an LPG hob and electric oven.
French doors open from the room to a cast iron external staircase which leads down to the sheltered garden.
An internal staircase leads down to a hall with 2 bedrooms. Each has attractive arched windows/doors with iron grills, timber floors and radiators. The bathroom is fitted with a traditional white suite with roll top bath on claw feet.
There is a parking area at the approach to the property with a field gate opening to a gravelled area providing further parking. The main garden is on the western side sheltered by the barn and a high stone wall and hedge .Beyond is the paddock and in all it totals 1.2 acres.
Oil fired central heating. Mains water and electric. Private drainage.
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Roderick Thomas, 1 Priory Road, Wells, BA5 1SR.