A five bedroom home that has been refurbished throughout by the current owner now providing a stylish and comfortable home, that has been built to a high specification and is situated in the centre of this popular Somerset village. A 'Welthaus' front entrance door opens into an impressive well-portioned hallway fitted with ‘Karndean’ tile effect flooring and a wide opening into the bespoke kitchen/breakfast room. This has been fitted with a contemporary range of wall and base units with Corian worktop surfaces over, incorporating a full length fridge, integrated dishwasher and under counter built-in freezer. A range of 'Neff' built-in appliances feature a circo oven with hide and slide door, microwave and full steam oven as well as an induction hob with stainless steel extractor over. A large central island provides a breakfast bar to one side and a selection of drawer on the other.
Lighting is provided by three overhead pendant lights and a series of LED downlighters. A window to the rear provides a perfect view of the garden and open views of the adjoining countryside. To the side, double french doors with matching side panels open onto the patio, additionally there is a separate personal door. Leading off the kitchen is a spacious living room offering a good amount of natural light, and an open view of the garden through a set of bi-folding doors, with a further window to the side. Returning to the hall stairs ascend to the first floor. Oak panelled 'Shaker' style doors lead off to an under stairs cupboard, the music room and dining room.
A further door in turn opens into an inner hall. Here there is a window to the front, a cloakroom, that has been fitted with a vanity unit, basin and WC unit with concealed cistern. A utility room provides a range of white gloss wall and base units with a stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble dryer.
Ground floor bedroom
The ground floor bedroom is a generous size and includes a stylish en-suite shower room and a built-in cupboard housing a Worcester gas fired boiler.
The first-floor landing provides access to four bedrooms and family bathroom. Additionally, double doors open into a walk-in airing cupboard providing slatted shelving and housing the hot water tank. The generous master bedroom offers an abundance of natural light and features double French doors opening onto a glass balcony, providing stunning views over the adjoining countryside and beyond. A walk-in dressing room has been fitted with ample shelving and hanging space with electric sockets provided.
The en-suite is fully tiled with Limestone wall and floor tiles. Fitted with a white suite including a good sized panelled bath, shower enclosure with mains fed shower, rainfall shower head, separate hand held shower, vanity unit with ‘his’ and ‘hers’ sinks, WC and concealed cistern. Chrome electric towel radiator.
The guest bedroom also has a rear aspect and provides an en-suite with attractive tiling and stylish fitted furniture.
The remaining two bedrooms have a front aspect and provide built-in wardrobes with hanging and shelving. Lastly, the family bathroom benefits from a fully fitted suite, stylish furniture, neutral tiling and wood effect flooring.
From Mill Lane, gates open onto an expanse of driveway, laid with Cotswold gravel and benefiting from parking for several vehicles, including a caravan, boat or motor home. To the left of the drive is a detached one bedroom annexe. Designed to be a double garage with accommodation over, the current owner has created from the garage space, a self contained kitchen/bed/sitting room, compete with a range of wall and base units, having an integrated oven, microwave, fridge and freezer. An external staircase takes you to the loft room, with an en-suite shower room, which could also be used as a home office. Back outside, the driveway extends to the right, sweeping around to the rear, flanked by an attractive and well stocked raised shrub bed, down to a detached wooden garage (19' x 11'5), this has power/light supplied, but also could be used as a garden machinery store. A lovely shaped, flagstone patio extends across the rear of the property, with views out over the garden and taking full advantage of the sunny aspect. There is ample space here for 'Alfresco' dining and leisurely relaxing, perhaps with a hot tub. In total the property stands in approximately one acre.
The property is situated in the popular mid-Somerset village of Barton St David which has local amenities including public house, church and playing field. The neighbouring villages of Butleigh and Keinton Mandeville are 1.75 miles and 1.25 miles respectively and both offer primary schooling and village stores. The ancient town of Somerton is 5 miles whilst the thriving centre of Street is 5.5 miles and offers a comprehensive range of facilities including both indoor and open air swimming pools, Strode Theatre and Strode College. The historic town of Glastonbury is 7.5 miles whilst Castle Cary main line station (London, Paddington) is 7.2 miles.
From Glastonbury/Street take the Butleigh Road towards Butleigh. On entering the village, cricket ground on the left, continue along Sub Road and take the fourth turning on the left into Barton Road (Rose and Portcullis Public House on the corner). Continue and on entering Barton St David negotiate the sharp right hand bend and continue, passing the Barton Inn on the right. At the crossroads turn left into Mill Road where Laurel Farm can be found along on the right hand side.