LOWER HURCOT FARMHOUSE, HURCOTT, SOMERSET, TA11 6AA
About the Area
Hurcott is a delightful, unspoilt hamlet where the majority of the properties are either estate workers cottages to the former Hurcott Estate or traditional stone barns which have been converted to residential use. The historic market town of Somerton is just over 1 mile away and has a range of everyday amenities including shops, schools, bank, post office, library, optician, vet, doctors and dentists, churches and public houses. The surrounding towns of Street (Millfield School), Glastonbury and Yeovil are within easy travelling distance. Main line railway stations are available at Castle Cary and Yeovil. Access to the A303 at Ilchester and to the M5 motorway at Taunton (J25) or Bridgwater (J24).
The property is approached via a quiet country lane that is only used by the residents of the hamlet.
The front door opens into a large hallway with a fully glazed door to the other end giving access into the rear garden. One wall of the hall way has a plank and muntin screen and the other is exposed stone with a flagstone floor.
The large Kitchen/Breakfast/Family Room is the perfect space for a family to congregate. The new kitchen is very well equipped with a good range of shaker style wall and base units with a granite worksurface, a stainless steel one and a half bowl sink, an electric range cooker with four ring induction hob, integrated dishwasher and space for a fridge/freezer and a large kitchen island. The dining area is light and airy and has a feature fireplace, window seat and the original stone spiral stairs have been discovered and restored to make a delightful feature. A door leads into “The Chapel” which could be used in multiple ways.
A further door leads into the Study, with half paneled walls and flagstone floors.
The utility room has a range of storage units and a two bowl Belfast sink. A door leads into the downstairs cloakroom with wc and pedestal wash hand basin and a large cupboard. A back door leads out into the garden.
The main reception room is across the hall and has a wood burner set on a brick hearth. There are two windows in this room and both have window seats. One wall has a plank and muntin screen and there is a storage cupboard under the stairs. The second reception room is a light and airy room with a feature fireplace, flagstone floors and a large window overlooking the garden.
The stairs rise from the entrance hall onto the light landing, which has original beams as features. There are four bedrooms, the first of which is a beautiful room with vaulted ceilings, beams, window seat and plenty of cupboard space.
The family bathroom is stunning and well appointed with a large shower cubicle with rainfall shower, wc set in a vanity unit, a wash hand basin set in a vanity unit and the real feature of this room is the roll top bath. There is also a heated towel rail and tiling. Moving further down the landing there are three further double bedrooms. One of which has an en-suite shower room, comprised of a walk in rainfall shower cubicle, wc and wash hand basin, tiled walls and a heated towel rail.
The farmhouse is accessed off a quiet country lane with a graveled drive, leading to a parking area for several cars. A pedestrian gate leads into the main garden and a graveled and paved path leads to the rear doors and around the side of the property to the front.
The main garden is set within old dry stone walls and is mainly laid to lawn with raised flower borders.
There are two stone outbuildings. There is a further lawned area set outside the walled garden.
Deposit equal to 5 weeks rent held under Deposit Protection Scheme. One weeks worth of rent required as holding deposit to secure the property.
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Leave Somerton on the B3151 towards Street, turn right signposted Keinton Mandeville, take the first left into Hurcott. Pass under the railway bridge and continue along the road, the property will be found on your right.