An award winning, 18th century converted barn with six bedrooms, a separate annexe, hay barn, outbuildings and approximately 12.5 acres of gardens, grounds and land, all set within beautiful rolling countryside, on the southern fringe of the Mendip Hills, Somerset
Price reduced to £1,175,000
A striking six bedroom stone built barn and milking parlour conversion, dating back to circa 1800, with a good holding of land. The property would make an ideal equestrian facility.
The barn is located in a small village set within beautiful rolling countryside, on the southern fringe of the Mendip Hills, only eight miles from the city of Wells and close to the market towns of Bruton, Castle Cary and Shepton Mallet.
The views from the property stretch for miles, and include views to the Black Down Hills, the Mendip Hills (designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and to the renowned ancient monument of Glastonbury Tor.
Having been recently converted, with no expense spared and no detail, however small, overlooked, the theme of excellence is apparent throughout the house.
Custom made kitchen units, limestone, slate and oak floors, the oak doors and beams, the luxurious bathroom fittings all represent the visible standard of craftsmanship.
The property also benefits from under floor heating throughout which is delivered via an innovative, energy saving air source heat pump system.
The property comprises:
Hall, drawing room, kitchen / dining room, study, laundry room, cloakroom, six bedrooms, four bathrooms, separate annexe, garage, hay barn.
Land totalling in all about 12.5 acres.