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Offers Over £950,000
- Beautifully presented & renovated Grade II Listed detached mill house
- Quiet unspoilt historic hamlet in idyllic location
- Range of outbuildings, including large barn with lapsed planning consent
- Approximately 7 acres, magnificent gardens, apple orchard & paddock
- Many character features, including former mill machinery
- M5 Junction 25 approximately 3 miles distant
Coombe Mill is understood to date back as far as the 16th Century and which has been the subject of careful and sympathetic restoration and refurbishment, now providing spacious and well-arranged family accommodation of much inherent charm and character. The house is warmed in the main by LPG heating system and more recently, has been further improved by the present owners, with the installation of a replacement luxuriously appointed ensuite bathroom to the principal bedroom suite and further replacement of the family shower room. There is exceptional reception space which includes the very special feature of the mill room, which includes the beautifully preserved original mill workings. In addition, there are a number of outbuildings, including a large barn which has lapsed planning consent for the conversion to create ancillary accommodation.
Reception Hall 20ft 4" x 18ft 6"
A superb welcoming entrance hall, with double ceiling height and staircase rising to the galleried landing and two radiators.
Cloakroom 6ft 4" x 4ft 10"
With white suite comprising of low level WC, vanity basin and window.
Double Drawing Room 36ft 3" x 12ft 10"
A superb reception space providing two sitting areas, with French doors leading to outside and the garden room, together with living flame coal effect fire to fireplace and one end enjoying a double height ceiling, thus accentuating the space and light.
Garden Room 15ft 9" x 10ft 8"
A delightful room in which to relax and enjoy views to the beautiful gardens beyond.
Dining Room 13ft 8" x 13ft 3"
With exposed beams to ceiling and recessed covered with display shelf over, radiator,
Breakfast Room 17ft 2" x 14ft 2" with exposed beams to ceiling, fireplace with inset clear-view wood burning stove, with recessed cupboard to one side, radiator, window with seat and door to the front elevation.
Kitchen 12ft 6" x 11ft 9"
Fitted with a range of limed oak cupboard and draw units with slate work surfaces and central island. Appliances include Miele Turbo Thermic dishwasher, Miele refrigerator, Rosieres Paul Bocuse range style cooker with four ring hob, over hot plate and double oven, radiator.
An Inner Hallway serves the utility room.
Utility Room 13ft 11" x 6ft 1" plus door recess with two boilers for hot water and heating, range of built in storage, radiator and door to outside.
Adjoining the utility room is the pantry.
Pantry 9ft 7" x 6ft 8"
The Mill Room is accessed from the breakfast room, measuring 21ft 8" x 14ft
Featuring the beautifully preserved original mill workings, log store, radiator and opening through to the sitting room.
Sitting Room 15ft 8" x 13ft 11"
Primarily used as a winter reception room by our clients, with exposed beams, wood burning stove to fireplace and range of book shelves.
The Rear Hall measures 5ft 2" x 4ft 9" adjoining Gardeners Cloakroom 8ft 8" maximum x 5ft 6" with low level WC, basin and radiator.
Galleried Landing providing access to all principal first floor rooms, including the Master Bedroom.
Master Bedroom 17ft 5" x 14ft 9"
With radiator and three windows.
Dressing Room 12ft 7" x 9ft
With excellent range of built in wardrobes. Radiator and window.
Ensuite Bathroom 12ft 6" x 11ft 8"
Beautifully refitted with a white suite comprising double ended bath, low level WC, vanity basin, large walk-in shower, radiator and towel rails.
Bedroom Two 14ft 9" x 12ft 11"
With radiator and three windows.
Bedroom Three 14ft 1" x 14ft 1"
With radiator, stable style door to rear garden.
Bedroom Four 14" 1" x 14ft 8" with radiator, built in wardrobe and window.
Shower Room 8ft x 7ft 3"
Refitted with a white suite comprising of low level WC, pedestal basin, walk in shower, heated towel rail and window.
The property is approached through timber gates from the country lane which meanders through the hamlet. The driveway leads around to the front of the house and further more gently ascends to the rear level, where the majority of the outbuildings, including the barn, are accessed.Â Â A lovely feature to the front is the water garden with meandering stream running through and wooden bridge leading to a screened sitting area. Immediately to the south of the house is the large expanse of lawn with a number of specimen trees and a featured avenue of ornamental Pear trees. A further area of kitchen garden lies to one side, whilst further garden areas rise around to the rear of the house. A particular vantage point to enjoy the garden is provided by the terrace accessed from both the garden and double drawing room. The rear gardens again provide a picturesque terrace with sunken garden on the sight of the original mill pond.
The apple orchard contains an avenue of Lime trees creating a lovely focal point, whilst the original quarry ascends behind the property and includes expanses of lawns with superb Oak trees.Â Â
The grounds extend in total to approximately 7 acres, including grazing paddocks.
The property affords an excellent range of outbuildings, accessed by a sweeping driveway leading from the front and ascending around to the rear, which include a Substantial Barn, with adjoining stores. The barn has lapsed planning consent for the conversion to provide ancillary accommodation.
Other outbuildings include a three bay open fronted Garage, Garden Implement Store, further Garden Store and Potting Shed.
Coombe Mill enjoys a quiet superb location, tucked away within a hamlet on the south side of the beautiful Quantock Hills, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area is renowned for its superb walking and riding, with many miles of footpaths and bridle ways. Lying close by is the highly sought after village of West Monkton with local inn, village church and nearby farm shop, whilst Taunton provides a comprehensive range of shopping with excellent independent schooling, racecourse, theatre, county cricket ground and mainline rail station linking to London Paddington. The hamlet is located just off of the A38 road, connecting Taunton and Bridgwater with junction 25 of the M5 motorway about three miles to the south and junction 24 about four miles to the north.
SERVICES Mains water, electricity and septic tank drainage.
EPC Rating Exempt
SERVICES & REFERRAL FEES
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Reception Hall 20'4" x 18'6" (6.2m x 5.64m).
Cloakroom 6'4" x 4'10" (1.93m x 1.47m).
Double Drawing Room 36'3" x 12'10" (11.05m x 3.91m).
Garden Room 15'9" x 10'8" (4.8m x 3.25m).
Dining Room 13'8" x 13'3" (4.17m x 4.04m).
Breakfast Room 17'2" x 14'2" (5.23m x 4.32m).
Kitchen 12'6" x 11'9" (3.8m x 3.58m).
Utility Room 13'11" (4.24m) x 6'1" (1.85m) plus recess.
Pantry 9'7" x 6'8" (2.92m x 2.03m).
The Mill Room 21'8" x 14' (6.6m x 4.27m).
Sitting Room 15'8" x 13'11" (4.78m x 4.24m).
Rear Hall 5'2" x 4'9" (1.57m x 1.45m).
Gardeners Cloakroom 8'8" max x 5'6" (2.64m max x 1.68m).
Master Bedroom 17'5" x 14'9" (5.3m x 4.5m).
Dressing Room 12'7" x 9' (3.84m x 2.74m).
Ensuite Bathroom 12'6" x 11'8" (3.8m x 3.56m).
Bedroom 2 14'9" x 12'11" (4.5m x 3.94m).
Bedroom 3 14'1" x 14'1" (4.3m x 4.3m).
Bedroom 4 14'8" x 14'1" (4.47m x 4.3m).
Shower Room 8' x 7'3" (2.44m x 2.2m).
From Creech Castle junction with the A358 and A38 roads, bear northwards towards Bridgwater on the A38 road following on along the dual carriage way for just over a mile and ascending Adsborough Hill. At the top of the hill turn first left, continuing along to the triangle in the road and bearing left again. Follow the road along down and into the hamlet, bearing around to the left at the bottom, where Coombe Mill will be found shortly after on the right hand side.
Last Modified 28/08/2020