A deceptively spacious and versatile home set in c.
4 acres, within a popular and accessible village.
8 acre paddock, stables and outbuildings could make it the perfect home for your family and your animals.
The PropertyA storm porch opens into a generous entrance hall.
A timber staircase leads up to the first floor accommodation.
On the ground floor a good size sitting room overlooks the front gardens and has an attractive Minster stone fireplace housing a Clearview stove.
An archway leads through to the dining room beyond which a UPVC double glazed conservatory with tiled floor opens onto the garden.
Currently, double doors open into the kitchen from the dining room, giving scope to create a larger open plan kitchen / living space should you wish.
That said, the current kitchen / breakfast room has plenty of room for a table and copious amounts of storage.
There's space for a dishwasher and fridge freezer, and a large double bowl stainless steel sink unit, whilst the adjacent utility room has a further sink unit, as well as space for a tumble dryer and washing machine.
The utility room opens onto the rear garden just perfect for when you're bringing in your home-grown veg or coming in from the stables.
Further down the entrance hall there's a large airing cupboard with secondary access from the family bathroom, whilst adjacent to the bathroom is a downstairs cloakroom.
There are two good size bedrooms on the ground floor, a twin / double and a good single.
Upstairs are two spacious bedrooms both with en-suite showers.
Each bedroom has fitted wardrobes and additional storage in the easily accessed under eaves loft.
OutsideThe property has a lovely frontage, set back from the lane by a large expanse of lawn and a variety of mature trees and shrubs.
A driveway leads to the double garage.
This has an electric door, rear pedestrian door and power and light connected.
To the side of the garage is a vegetable garden whilst beyond is a greenhouse and gate out into the rear yard.
Likewise the garden extends across the rear of the property with a pleasant patio and lawn and further gate opening to the rear yard.
To one side there is an external boiler cupboard housing the oil fired boiler, and a modern PVC oil storage tank to one side.
The property with its gardens and front driveway extend to just over a quarter of an acre.
As you enter the yard from the garden, a second gravel driveway leads around the side of the property through secure double gates down to the lane giving a very useful additional access for vehicles.
Off the gravel is a concrete hardstanding with drainage which in turn gives access to a range of outbuildings.
These include a timber / fuel store, two further stores with double doors and two open fronted stores, one of which is used as a carport.
There is ample access to water throughout the yard, with various outside taps.
There are also two outdoor security lights.
From the hardstanding, further double timber gates open into a stable yard with three looseboxes.
These have traditional stable doors, and light connected.
Beyond the stables is a large expanse of gravelled parking / turning space providing plenty of room for horsebox or trailers for example.
The secondary driveway, yard and outbuildings extend to approximately one third of an acre in their own right.
From here a well consolidated private track leads around to the paddock.
This is a level paddock of c.
8 acres, subdivided by post and rail fencing and surrounded by mature hedge.
There is a substantial barn of timber and corrugated construction with optional stable door to one end.
A useful feature is the sizeable area of hardstanding inside the gateway.
One particularly nice element is the privacy and security of the paddock and outbuildings as they are not clearly visible from the roadside and only accessed from the vendors private driveway and track at the rear of the property.
Agents NoteThe vendors reserve the right to include an overage clause in relation to any future residential development of the paddock.
The property is situated in Suggs Lane near the edge of the attractive village of Broadway and is close to the local amenities.
The excellent Neroche primary school with pre-school, medical centre, village hall and parish church are only a short walking distance away.
So too, is the Bell Inn which is currently under refurbishment.
The village has excellent road links, being just a short drive away from the A303 and also the A358 which connects with Taunton and the M5.
The combined villages of Broadway and Horton have a great range of clubs and societies for those who like to become involved in the community.
There is a well-established amateur theatrical society and a thriving cricket club.
The parish websites provide extensive details, there is also a post office and shop in Horton and two children's play-grounds.
The pretty market town of Ilminster lies just over 3 miles from the property and has a wonderful range of independent stores including award winning butchers, delicatessen, cheese and dairy shop, and greengrocers as well as two town centre supermarkets for your everyday essentials.
Ilminster also provides the local doctors surgeries and dentists, as well as various hairdressing salons, dry cleaners and wonderful well-stocked hardware store.