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4 Bedroom Detached House

Totney Wick, Littlemoor Road, NR. WEDMORE, Somerset


PERIOD PROPERTY WITH LAND AND EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES .... Totney Wick is an attractive four bedroom detached period family home in a fabulous rural and private position just outside the popular village of Wedmore. There are stunning uninterrupted views from the generous 5 acre plot which also includes impressive equestrian facilities. The outbuildings include an American barn as well as a huge Sheep barn with planning potential which could create a split plot with two residential properties, subject to planning consent. The current accommodation includes a charming, spacious living room with a fireplace at both ends of the room. There is also a large rear hall which is set up as a family area and home office. The large country style kitchen and dining room has a large utility room leading off. There is also a ground floor bedroom which could easily be another reception room as well as a modern wet room. Upstairs there are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside, there is a long sweeping driveway leading down to the house and on to a large parking area with ample parking for several vehicles including space for a motor home and or a caravan. The equestrian facilities include an American barn and further outbuildings with nine stables, a tack room, feed store and a large hay barn. There is also a ménage and an arena. All this is set in a wonderful 5 acre plot, equally divided in to two fields. Offered with the benefit of no onward chain.

Attractive period property is a rural location
Close to the village of Wedmore
Stunning uninterrupted views
Spacious with charming features throughout
Impressive equestrian facilities
Plot thought to measure around 5 acres
Planning potential, subject to permission
Offered with no onward chain

The front door leads into a spacious porch which is currently set up as a home office. There are wooden double glazed windows on both sides and wood effect flooring. A wooden door then leads into the:

Living Room
This impressive reception room measures 28' 1" x 12' 1" (8.56m x 3.68m) and features an Inglenook fireplace at one end of the room and a cast iron fireplace (not used) at the other end. There are two wooden double glazed windows to the front taking in the fabulous countryside views. Painted exposed ceiling beams, some exposed stone walls and an attractive recess with a wooden seat.

Rear Hallway and Reception Area
Measuring 28' in length, the same width as the living room, this charming area is currently set up as a family room and a home office. There is a central turning staircase leading to the first floor accommodation and three wooden double glazed windows to the rear aspect. Doors lead to the living room, the ground floor bedroom and through to the:

Kitchen and Dining Room
Fitted with a bespoke range of painted wooden wall and base units. Wooden work tops over with a double Belfast sink with mixer tap over. Integrated dishwasher and ample space for a freestanding American style fridge freezer. Recess for an oil fired Stanley range cooker. Dual aspect with a window to the rear and French doors opening out at the front, both aspects enjoying lovely views. Overall this space measures 18' x 12' 6" (5.49m x 3.81m) and offers ample space for a dining room table and chairs. Recessed down lighting and a tiled floor. An internal stable style door then opens into the:

Utility Room
Range of wooden hand painted base units. Work tops with an inset ceramic sink and space and plumbing under for a washing machine. Measures 9' 5" x 8' 9" (2.87m x 2.67m) with a window to the front elevation taking in the stunning views. There is also a door out to the side, used as the day to day entrance by the current owner. Recessed down lighting and tiled flooring to match the kitchen. Floor mounted oil fired Worcester boiler.

Door to:

Wet Room
This modern and impressive bathroom facility includes a shower, a low level WC and a wall hung wash hand basin. Recessed down lighting and a wooden double glazed window to the rear with views. Measures 9' 4" x 7' 2" (2.84m x 2.18m) with a tiled floor and extensive tiling to the walls. Chrome ladder style radiator in addition to the wall radiator. Back to the rear hallway and a door to:

Ground Floor Bedroom (Four)
This versatile dual aspect room measures 15' 1" x 8' 9" (4.60m x 2.67m) and whilst it is currently set up as a ground floor bedroom, it is equally well suited as a reception room. Wooden double glazed windows to the front and side. Exposed ceiling beam and access to a small loft area.

From the rear hallway stairs then lead to the:

A charming area with exposed beams and a wooden double glazed window to the rear with views. Airing cupboard.

Bedroom One
14' x 12' 4" (4.27m x 3.76m at its widest) with an exposed wall and ceiling beams. Dual aspect with wooden double glazed windows to side as well as a pair of windows to the front aspect enjoying the wonderful views. Bespoke fitted wardrobes in one corner with cupboards above.

Bedroom Two
Dual aspect with windows to the side and front. Measures 12' 1" x 11' 9" (3.68m x 3.58m) with a bespoke wardrobe and access to the loft space. Painted exposed beams.

Bedroom Three
Measures 11' 7" x 8' (3.53m x 2.44m) with exposed beams and a window to the rear with views.

Family Bathroom
Freestanding roll top bath with hot and cold taps over. Separate walk in shower cubicle. Pedestal wash hand basin and a WC with a high level cistern. Wide and attractive exposed wood floor. Wood panelling to dado height. Chrome ladder style radiator and a wooden double glazed window to the front with views. Access to the loft space.

One of the main features of this charming family home is the private and rural plot which enjoys wonderful countryside views. Overall the plot is thought to measure around 5 acres and is divided, almost equally into two fields of around 2.5 acres each.

Equestrian Facilities and Outbuildings
The impressive range of equestrian facilities include an American Barn as well as a huge Sheep Barn which measures approximately 27m x 12m and along with the rest of the outbuildings offers planning potential for a second residential property, subject to receiving the necessary planning consents. The current outbuildings and barns include 9 stables in total as well as a tack room, feed store, and a hay barn. There is also a ménage and an arena, although neither have been used recently.

Garage and Parking
The long sweeping gravelled drive from the road leads down across the property into a large parking area. This continues into to the American Barn offering covered parking, if needed. The parking continues around to the other outbuildings, ménage and arena with further parking available. Overall there is parking for numerous vehicles, including ample space for a motorhome and/or a caravan and equestrian vehicles.

Services and Location
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage and an oil fired Worcester boiler in the utility room. The council tax band through Sedgemoor District Council is: 'TBC'. The postcode for the property is: TA9 4NL. You will find our 'for sale' board at the top of the drive.

About the Area
Located just outside the village of Wedmore as well as the village of Mark which has a village store (with a post office), a garage, bakery, church and two pub restaurants. The very popular village of Wedmore offers more amenities with a range of shops including essentials such as the village store and newsagent, a butcher and a chemist. There are a range of individual shops, boutiques and galleries as well as pub restaurants and tea rooms. There are a wide range of clubs and societies with most cultural and sporting activities catered for in the area. There are excellent state and independent schools locally including Mark and Wedmore first Schools, Hugh Sexeys Middle School and the high performing Kings of Wessex Upper School. Local Independent schools include Wells Cathedral School, Sidcot, Millfield and the schools in Taunton. The property is within easy reach of the M5 and Highbridge & Burnham railway station with regular trains to Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway. Bristol international airport is approximately 25 minutes away by car.

Energy Efficiency Rating
(92-100) A
(81-91) B
(69-80) C
(55-68) D
(39-54) E
(21-38) F
(1-20) G

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