Tapmoor, Moorlinch, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA7

£1,100,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A striking farmhouse, beautifully presented and standing on the side of the Polden Hills. A range of barns and outbuildings with planning permission. All in gardens and grounds of just under 6.8 acres. No onward chain.

INTRODUCTION

Tapmoor Farm is a traditional detached farmhouse that has been remodelled, extended and beautifully renovated and refurbished by the current owners, over the last 7 years. This attractive and individual period residence is constructed of blue lias stone with a pitch tiled roof and hardwood sapele double glazed windows and doors throughout. Offering prospective purchasers the opportunity to acquire this smallholding with a range of barns and outbuilding with planning permission granted, along with gardens and gounds extending to 6.774 acres. All situated on the Polden Hills with breath-taking views across surrounding countryside towards the Somerset Levels and the Taunton Vale.

MAIN HOUSE

The property has been lovingly restored and now offers an exceptional, well-appointed family home with high quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The spacious and flexible accommodation is light and airy, arranged over two floors, as follows:-

THE GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Porch with stained glass hardwood entrance door and opening through to the hall and door leading into the lounge.

Lounge double aspect room with double bi-fold doors to the front elevation and affording fantastic views. Single bi-fold door to the side elevation leading out to the barns and outbuildings. Feature stone built fireplace with heavy beam.

Entrance Hall with impressive timber and glass staircase, understairs storage cupboard, door into inner hall and door into kitchen/dining room.

Inner Hall giving access to a shower room, utility, boot room and office.

Shower Room with sensored lighting, underfloor heating, contemporary suite with walk-in shower with dual shower heads, chrome towel radiator.

Utility with oil fired central heating boiler, installed in 2020.

Boot Room with door out to the rear of the property leading to the barns and land.

Office/5th bedroom, ideal for those wishing to work from home or an occasional bedroom with French doors to the side elevation.

Kitchen/Dining Room L-shaped a particular feature of the property with fabulous Magnet high gloss kitchen with island unit, double Electrolux oven and induction hob, integral appliances and Granite worksufraces. Dining/family area with vaulted ceiling and double doors into the sun room.

Sun Room a fantastic addition again with vaulted ceiling and exposed trusses, two sets of French doors opening onto the extensive patio and taking full advantage of the garden and surrounding land.

FIRST FLOOR

Staircase rises up with low level sensory lighting and onto landing.

Bedroom 1 with dressing room, bi-fold doors and Juliette balcony taking advantage of the outstanding views across surrounding countryside.

Ensuite with walk-in double shower, curved vanity unit with basin, WC and concealed cistern, chrome towel radiator.

Bedroom 2 with views of pastureland to the rear. Dressing room with cupboard housing water tank. Shower room with cubicle and waterall shower head, corner vanity unit and Velux.

Bedroom 3 with two sets of built-in wardrobes having automatic lighting. Views over surrounding countryside.

Bedroom 4 front elevation with lovely views.

Bathroom beautiful suite with oval freestanding bath, walk-in shower, basin with vanity unit and chrome towel radiator.

THE FARM BUILDINGS

The principle range of buildings situated close to the farmhouse to the west side and utilised for storage of fodder and machinery, currently with stables and consisting of:

3 bay timber framed livestock building with lean to, corrugated iron roof, concrete floor with adjoining open yard. Concrete block, former Dairy.

2 bay Dutch Barn with timber pole and CI roof lean-to.

3 bay lean-to with corrugated iron roof.

PLANNING PERMISSION

To convert the above has been granted as follows:

Attached 1 bedroom annexe

Stable block with 4 stables & tack room

Garage, double carport and agricultural store/workshop

Reference 35/21/00001

GARDENS & LAND

Tapmoor Farm is approached over a tarmacadem driveway leading to electric gates with brick pillars. Wrought iron and timber gates open onto a gravel driveway bordered on either side by low brick wall with lighting leading up to the property. The gardens are elevated and overlook the associated land and surrounding countryside. With an extensive patio, ideal for alfesco dining and summer entertaining. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn.

The pasture land rises up from the house and buildings, in total the whole plot extends to 6.774 acres and is enclosed predominantly with post and rail fencing.

ADDITIONAL LAND

10.099 acres of level land to the north side, possibly available by separate negotiation.

Tapmoor Farm will undoubtedly appeal to those with general smallholding, equestrian or rural interests. In addition, it is a beautiful family home with the opportunity to extend further for dual occupation. An early viewing of this fantastic property is strongly recommended.

Tapmoor Farm is pleasantly located on the edge of the village of Moolinch where the Polden Hills meet the Somerset Levels. Within the village there is a Parish Church and Local Inn. Primary schooling can be found in the nearby villages of Ashcott and Catcott. The thriving town of Street with its comprehensive range of shops and recreational facilities and the renowned Millfield School is within approximately 6 miles. Bridgwater lies 8 miles to the west, also with a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities. The M5 motorway is 5 miles distant accessed at J23 (Dunball) and a mainline train station can be found at Bridgwater. Bristol airport is approximately 29 miles to the north.

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