Isle Brewers, Taunton

£500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
The Old Post Office is a charming period house, which has been improved and extended over the years and now offers well-proportioned accommodation, arranged over two floors. EPC Band F.

SITUATION

Isle Brewers is an ancient village with a number of picture-postcard properties set in the peaceful surroundings of attractive open countryside. Local shopping and a traditional public house can be found in the neighbouring village of Hambridge less than a mile away. The County town of Taunton offers a much wider range of shopping, recreational and scholastic facilities. There is access to the M5 motorway at Junction 25 and Taunton railway station with mainline links to London Paddington. Langport also has a range of shopping facilities and this can be found 5 miles away. There is easy access to the A303 to the East.

DESCRIPTION

The Old Post Office is a charming period house, which has been improved and extended over the years and now offers well-proportioned accommodation, arranged over two floors. The cottage retains many character features including inglenook fireplaces and exposed flagstone floors. In addition, the cottage is served by oil-fired central heating and UPVC double glazing.

ACCOMMODATION

The accommodation has a covered entrance porch, which leads through to a lobby. The sitting room has a deep inglenook fireplace with exposed white lias stone surround with a beam over, wood-burning stove and bread oven. The front aspect double glazed window has a window seat, and a turning staircase leads to the first floor. Doors lead through to the dining room and kitchen. The shaker style fitted kitchen has oak work surfaces, a built-in double oven, induction hob with extractor over, space for a dishwasher, one and a half bowl sink unit and a two-oven programmable oil-fired range cooker set within an inglenook fireplace with overhead pendant lighting. The limestone floor has additional underfloor heating. A rear door leads to a porch and access to the driveway and gardens. The shower room has a fitting matching suite and also has underfloor heating and limestone tile. The dining room has a front aspect double glazed window with seat, inglenook fireplace, a tiled floor and beamed ceiling. The sitting room has a deep open fireplace and is a triple aspect room with double doors opening out onto a covered veranda and a stone spiral staircase leads to the master bedroom. The kitchen has a utility room leading to a further bedroom/study with its own entrance. This offers great potential for those seeking to accommodate a dependant relative or home working.

On the first floor, there are four bedrooms and an antique style bathroom.

OUTSIDE

There are large gardens, that surround the cottage and are predominately laid to lawn with an extensive vegetable and fruit garden with raised beds, greenhouse and sheds. There is a large deck, fire pit and a pizza oven. A stone outbuilding provides an excellent workshop space with a wood-burning stove and an extensive gravelled parking area with timber-framed garage and private access to the village road. The property sits adjacent to the village church and enjoys a lovely aspect to this, from the rear garden.

DIRECTIONS

Once in the centre of the village, head towards the village church and The Post Office can be identified.

SERVICES

Mains Water, Drainage & Electricity. Oil Fired Central Heating.

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