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  • Generous gardens & privacy
  • 2 acres available separately
  • Immediate access to vast network of footpaths
  • Annexe with scope for futher accommodation or home office
  • Loads of parking
  • No chain

A well positioned house with annexe, large garden, privacy, & direct access to wonderful country footpaths. Also, 2 acres available. No chain.


HARKWAY HOUSE, 16 BERHILL, SOMERSET, TA7 9QN

Summary

Located in an elevated position a light and bright detached four bedroom mid-century village family home, with ancillary accommodation and a southerly facing well established and secluded garden, an oak framed carport, large shed and driveway providing plenty of parking. NO ONWARD CHAIN

Location

The Property is located in Berhill, a hamlet close to Ashcott, with excellent views over the Somerset levels, Harkway offers a fantastic elevated setting along a ridge running a few miles south of the A361, giving excellent and quick access for those needing links to the M5 corridor. There is picturesque countryside surrounding the property and Walton Hill, a well-known local beauty spot, is close by. Millfield School and Clarks village are a very short journey.

Description

On the market for the first time since the 1950's, Harkway is approached from a gravelled driveway. It sits attractively in its plot, surrounded by gardens, with carport and driveway providing plenty of space for parking. The spacious gardens offer a varied and interesting environment, with fruit trees to the front garden and a secluded paved terrace to the rear. The house offers lots of potential to be extended if required.

Accommodation

Entry is via a glazed front door into an enclosed entrance porch which provides space for coat hanging. The hall is light and bright with windows to the front and an engineered oak floor. Accessed from the hall is the kitchen with oil fired AGA, range of fitted units, space for a dining table and a pantry with window to the front. The dining room is dual aspect, with views to the rear, glazed French doors to the rear garden and an engineered oak floor. The sitting room has a lovely bay window taking in the secluded greenery of the rear garden. There is a cloakroom with toilet, basin and heated towel rail, a large utility room with a sink and space for white goods. A door leads from the internal passageway, between the utility and kitchen, to the carport, rear garden and annexe.

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Stairs from the hall lead to the bedroom accommodation, there are three well proportioned bedrooms, all with views over the rear garden and beyond, the primary bedroom has an en-suite and there is a family bathroom with bath, basin, toilet and heated towel rail. There is an airing cupboard and further storage cupboard on the landing.

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Built in 2011 the Annexe faces west across the rear garden. There is an an en-suite, window over the garden and large glazed French doors to the rear garden terrace. An oak framed veranda links the annexe to the main house providing protection from the weather. An electric charging point is located to the side of the annexe and adjacent to the covered carport.

Outside

A gravelled driveway leads to the front and side of the property providing plentiful parking. A generous garden lies to the front, providing privacy and an orchard with a variety of mature fruit trees and shrubs. There is a southerly facing secluded rear garden, which is well stocked with mature shrubs and a paved terrace to enjoy el-fresco dining. An oak frame veranda linking the annexe and the property provides shelter and shade from the elements. There is a a large wooden garage/shed to the front and side of the property.

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There is approximately a further two acres of land adjacent to the property available by separate negotiation.

Other Information

Services: Mains water - Septic tank - New and shared with two neighbouring properties, New Oil tank Tenure: Freehold Energy Performance Rating: D Council Tax Band: E

About the Area

Berhill, is a hamlet in an elevated poison with affording expansive views across Somerset. Situated on the edge of the delightful village of Ashcott (population c.1186) which sits part way along the Polden ridge, having wonderful rural views of the Somerset Levels and its various tributaries, all situated some 5 miles south-west of Glastonbury. At its heart is the historic Church of All Saints, an early 15th century building, forming part of a group of six churches known as the Polden Wheel. Ashcott is particularly well known locally for its superb village community and benefits from a highly regarded Primary School, sports playing fields, village pub, and active village hall. The village also offers good and convenient access to other local towns/employment centres, such as Taunton (18 miles), Bridgwater 10 miles), Wells (11 miles) Bristol (31 miles), Bath (31 miles) and Exeter (55 miles). The M5 motorway J23 (9 miles) and the A303 Podimore Junction (12 miles). Bristol International Airport is 23 miles and Castle Cary railway station (London Paddington) 15miles. Services

Directions

Follow Main Street/Bath Road A39 west from Street towards Bridgwater. Take a left onto Berhill after Lancelot Windows & Conservatories. Follow this southeast for approx. 600 mts. The property is on your right up a gravel drive (2nd drive after the yellow house). The turning into the drive for Harkway is immediately on the left up this gravel drive. What3Words:/// ///quicker.servicing.concerts


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16 Berhill Ashcott
Bridgwater TA7 9QN
County: Somerset
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 00006036