Slade Farm is an attractive period property, thought to be the oldest stone built house in the village. This charming period family home is situated in a plot of around 0.75 of an acre in a quiet rural setting with stunning countryside views. Since their occupation back in 1997, the owners have slowly updated and improved the property throughout. The accommodation includes two spacious reception rooms, both with original features. There is a modern fitted kitchen breakfast room and a large outside utility room. Off the kitchen is a lovely garden room, only added in 2005 and taking in the stunning views. The larger than average master bedroom has a modern ensuite bathroom leading off. There are an additional three bedrooms and a family shower room. The formal gardens are a real feature of this property and include a stone built summer house at the far end of the garden with double doors which open out to take in the countryside views. There is a vast selection of planted borders, mature plants and established trees at the front, side and rear. There is a private seating area, a pond, two productive vegetable beds alongside a greenhouse and an outside gardeners WC alongside the utility. Attached to the property are two large storage rooms and in addition to the garage, there is off road parking for up to 12 cars. The sellers are willing to offer the property with no onward chain
Council Tax Band: E Tenure: Freehold
Lounge w: 4.39m x l: 6.17m (w: 14' 5" x l: 20' 3") Feature inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove on a stone hearth. Double glazed window to the front elevation with a window seat.
Sitting Room w: 3.86m x l: 4.75m (w: 12' 8" x l: 15' 7") Another well proportioned and charming reception room with a wood burner stove on a slat hearth with a heavy beam over. Exposed ceiling beam. Behind a door and wood paneling is the staircase leading to the first floor. Dual aspect with windows on both sides.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room w: 3.71m x l: 4.75m (w: 12' 2" x l: 15' 7") Range of wall and base units with worktop over and one and a half inset sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Walk in larder and an integrated dishwasher. Oil fired Rayburn cooker which also provides the heating and hot water. Exposed ceiling beams and recessed down lighting. Tiling to the water sensitive areas and a tiled floor. With a window to the side and a door opening out to the entrance at the side, used for day to day access and also leading to the external utility room. There is also a stone walled arched recess used as a cloaks area.
Garden Room w: 3.89m x l: 3.89m (w: 12' 9" x l: 12' 9") A real feature of this property is the extension which was added by the owners in 2005. Spacious and light, with exposed beams and taking in the lovely views of the garden and the countryside beyond. Tiled floor with electric underfloor heating. Perfect for use all year round.
Utility w: 2.95m x l: 4.39m (w: 9' 8" x l: 14' 5") This external and larger than average room has a double Belfast sink and worktop with space and plumbing under for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Windows to the front and side and a tiled floor.
Master Bedroom w: 4.39m x l: 6.17m (w: 14' 5" x l: 20' 3") This impressive and spacious bedroom measures 20' 3" x 14' 5" (6.17m x 4.39m). Fitted bedroom furniture, including wardrobes and cupboards over the bed area. Window to the front with the original window seat. Exposed ceiling beams. Access to the loft space
En-suite w: 2.95m x l: 4.39m (w: 9' 8" x l: 14' 5") This modern dual aspect bathroom includes a freestanding slipper bath with a central freestanding mixer tap and hand held shower attachment. Separate fully tiled shower cubicle. Pedestal wash hand basin and a low level WC. Measures 14' 5" x 9' 8" (4.39m x 2.95m) with a window to the front and one to the rear taking in the countryside views. Exposed ceiling beams and recessed down lighting. Tiled floor and a chrome ladder style radiator.
Bedroom Two w: 3.05m x l: 4.42m (w: 10' x l: 14' 6") Measures 14' 6" x 10' (4.42m x 3.05m) at its widest points) with a large airing cupboard and a window to the side. Access to the loft space.
Bedroom Three w: 2.77m x l: 4.42m (w: 9' 1" x l: 14' 6") Cast iron fireplace (not used). Measures 14' 6" x 9' 1" (4.42m x 2.77m) with a window to the side aspect.
Bedroom Four w: 2.06m x l: 3.2m (w: 6' 9" x l: 10' 6") Measures 10' 6" x 6' 9" (3.20m x 2.06m) with a window to the side.
Shower Room w: 1.68m x l: 2.97m (w: 5' 6" x l: 9' 9") The modern suite includes a fully tiled shower cubicle. Pedestal wash hand basin and a low level WC. Measures 9' 9" x 5' 6" (2.97m x 1.68m) with recessed down lighting, tiled flooring and a window to the side.
Garden The gardens are a real feature of this lovely property. A wooden five bar gate opens onto the gravelled drive at the front. Alongside there is a large area of lawn which is enclosed by mature trees. There is also a selection of planted borders and a well stocked pond. This extends around to the side where there is a large patio area with a raised seating area, ideal for entertaining. This then opens up to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn and open on all sides to take in the views. There are two productive vegetable beds and further established planting and mature trees. The attractive stone built summer house measures 12'9 x 12'9 and is fitted with power and light with double doors which open out on to the lawn. Set at the far end of the garden, it is a wonderful position to relax and take in the fabulous views. Behind the garage and alongside the drive, there are two large stores rooms which are attached to the side of the property.
Garage and Parking Measures 15' 4" x 13' 5" (4.67m x 4.09m) with wooden doors at the front and fitted with power and light. In addition to the garage, the long and impressive gravelled drive offers off road parking for up to 12 cars.
Services Mains electricity and water. Hot water and central heating provided by the oil fired Rayburn cooker. Private drainage with a new bio-digester installed in November 2020. The council tax band through Sedgemoor District Council is: 'E'.