Longpath Cottage is a most attractive and charming detached property which has been remodelled and extended by our clients to create an impressive and characterful family home. The cottage can be entered via all four elevations. The beautifully presented accommodation features a large lounge with two wood burners at each end, one an inglenook fireplace and charming window seats overlook the landscaped front garden. A spacious central hall has a snug at one end and stairs ascending to the first floor, all rooms lead off from here. A light dining room can easily accommodate display furniture and a large family sized table and chairs, featuring double glazed doors that make the most of the wonderful views across the land and surrounding countryside. A wide opening onto the kitchen provides a desirable open plan feel, great for entertaining. Fitted with an attractive range of shaker style base and wall units with solid oak work top surfaces including a central island. Deep Belfast sink. Integrated dishwasher and fridge. Belling range cooker set in a brick surround. A matching utility has base units, sink and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a cloakroom. On the first-floor oak doors open to five bedrooms and a family bathroom. The superb master bedroom will not disappoint benefitting from a dressing room with built in wardrobes, en-suite bathroom, exposed timbers and doors onto a Juliette balcony, again affording those inspiring countryside views. The bathroom and en-suite feature stylish white suites with baths and separate shower enclosures.


The setting of Longpath Cottage is very appealing with remote controlled entrance gates open to a long gravel driveway with a central island leading to the house and provides ample parking. The front garden has been landscaped and is planted with flowering trees and shrubs, established lime trees planking the driveway and a eucalyptus tree. The edge of the driveway is illuminated. Timber gates at the side of Longpath Cottage open to the field and the rear garden, enclosed on all sides. The rear garden is set to a large area of yellow chippings and a stone paved patio making the most of the lovely views that stretch as far as the Quantock Hills. Beyond the patio and leading west is yellow gravel again becoming a path and leading passed a vegetable garden to a large chicken run. To the east are three timber buildings comprising a loose box, summer house and store. 


For those looking for a little more, perhaps an annexe, full planning permission has been granted to build a detached single storey barn that covers 970 square feet approximately. Affording a great position to take in all of the views from every room." />
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Sutton Mallet, Sutton Mallet £795,000

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  • A characterful detached house with wonderful views of the Polden Hills set in two acres
  • Available from our clients with the advantage of no onward chain
  • Five bedrooms including master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom
  • A fitted country kitchen that opens onto a dining room with countryside views
  • Spacious lounge with wood burners at either end, snug, utility and cloakroom.
  • Electric gates open to a long driveway with ample parking for multiple vehicles
  • Timber outbuildings provide opportunity to have your office or hobby away from the home
  • Planning permission granted to build a single story barn within the grounds

A picturesque detached house set in 2.2 acres with wonderful views of the Polden Hills and countryside to the distant Quantock Hills. The property is set on the edge of a small village approached along country lanes yet is within 7 miles of the M5 Motorway Junction 23.

Longpath Cottage is a most attractive and charming detached property which has been remodelled and extended by our clients to create an impressive and characterful family home. The cottage can be entered via all four elevations. The beautifully presented accommodation features a large lounge with two wood burners at each end, one an inglenook fireplace and charming window seats overlook the landscaped front garden. A spacious central hall has a snug at one end and stairs ascending to the first floor, all rooms lead off from here. A light dining room can easily accommodate display furniture and a large family sized table and chairs, featuring double glazed doors that make the most of the wonderful views across the land and surrounding countryside. A wide opening onto the kitchen provides a desirable open plan feel, great for entertaining. Fitted with an attractive range of shaker style base and wall units with solid oak work top surfaces including a central island. Deep Belfast sink. Integrated dishwasher and fridge. Belling range cooker set in a brick surround. A matching utility has base units, sink and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a cloakroom. On the first-floor oak doors open to five bedrooms and a family bathroom. The superb master bedroom will not disappoint benefitting from a dressing room with built in wardrobes, en-suite bathroom, exposed timbers and doors onto a Juliette balcony, again affording those inspiring countryside views. The bathroom and en-suite feature stylish white suites with baths and separate shower enclosures.


The setting of Longpath Cottage is very appealing with remote controlled entrance gates open to a long gravel driveway with a central island leading to the house and provides ample parking. The front garden has been landscaped and is planted with flowering trees and shrubs, established lime trees planking the driveway and a eucalyptus tree. The edge of the driveway is illuminated. Timber gates at the side of Longpath Cottage open to the field and the rear garden, enclosed on all sides. The rear garden is set to a large area of yellow chippings and a stone paved patio making the most of the lovely views that stretch as far as the Quantock Hills. Beyond the patio and leading west is yellow gravel again becoming a path and leading passed a vegetable garden to a large chicken run. To the east are three timber buildings comprising a loose box, summer house and store. 


For those looking for a little more, perhaps an annexe, full planning permission has been granted to build a detached single storey barn that covers 970 square feet approximately. Affording a great position to take in all of the views from every room.


Location

Sutton Mallet is a small rural village situated on the southern side of the Polden Hills which are an attractive landscape area situated in mid Somerset. The village of Edington and its neighbouring village Catcott have fabulous amenities to include a supermarket, pubs, Doctors Surgery and the sought after Catcott primary school all just 2.2 miles. The busy town of Street, famous as the home of Millfield School and Clarks Shoes and outlet shopping is 8 miles. Street provides excellent shopping, a choice of recreational facilities including Strode Theatre, indoor and outdoor pools, bars, banks and restaurants. Situated within 7 miles of the M5 J23. Bristol 36m, Bath 35m, Taunton 18m and Exeter55m are all within commuting distance.

Directions

From Street take the A39 towards Bridgwater passing through the villages of Walton and Ashcott. After approximately 6 miles take a left hand turning signposted to Stawell and Sutton Mallet. Continue down the hill, passing the turning to Stawell, and continue into Sutton Mallet. The entrance to Longpath Cottage is on the right just as you enter the village.

Services

Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. The property has double glazed casement windows and oil fired central heating.


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Sutton Mallet TA7 9AW
County: Somerset
Sale Type: For Sale
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