- Individually Designed Detached Executive House
- No Chain
- Popular Location
- Large Double Garage
- Large Garden
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Large Boot Room
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- Sun Room
- Three Reception Rooms
Farthings is a most attractive, individually designed, executive detached four bedroom house. Located at the end of a private road in a quiet position, yet close to local amenities, this property offers itself as a rare opportunity within its vicinity. This modern house, built in 2000, offers spacious and high quality living space. Wooden double glazed windows run throughout the property, itself in good decorative order, with well looked after tile, wood and carpet floor covering. The property further benefits from gas central heating and mains services.
Farthings is located at the end of a private road, with its own gravel driveway behind a five bar wooden gate. From the driveway is a large double garage, currently used as a workshop. A door from the garage, as well as a glazed double doors from the drive lead to a twenty-eight foot boot room, itself giving access to the rear garden. From here, a glazed door leads into a galleried hallway with wooden floor. The ground floor accommodation includes a useful study as well as large w/c, itself offering plentiful storage space.
The focal point of the house is the kitchen/dining room. With tiled floor, the kitchen consists of base and wall units and worktops with island offering storage and breakfast bar, inset sink and draining board and freestanding Rangemaster with five ring hob. There is space for a large dining table, with two sets of glazed doors leading both to the garden and sun room respectively. The sun room is an excellent inclusion to this family home. With a pleasant outlook across the garden and two sets of doors to it, this room offers itself for a variety of uses but is particularly suited as a second living space.
The family room fits comfortably in the middle of the property with double doors to both the kitchen and sun room, as well as an opening to the Lounge. Again, this room could offer itself for varying purposes, including a playroom, library, music room or as a separate dining room. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a spacious lounge. With gas fire sitting on a slate hearth under a wooden beam and doors to the garden, this is a lounge suited perfectly to the property.
From the hallway, stairs lead to the first floor landing, overlooking the galleried hall, from which all first floor rooms lead. There are four bedrooms. The large master looks to the rear and side of the property and benefits from an en-suite with w/c, basin and shower. Also to the rear of the property is the second bedroom, a further large double, as well as the family bathroom with basin, w/c and bath with shower over. Bedrooms three and four both lie to the front of the property and are both double rooms, one benefitting from a built in wardrobe. They complete the bedroom accommodation excellently as it is unusual for the smallest bedrooms to be so well-proportioned. Finally, from the landing is a useful large storage cupboard.
The rear garden can be accessed from the boot room, kitchen and sun room. The land wraps the side and rear of the property well. To the side of the property is a patio adjacent to the kitchen, as well an area planted with wildflowers and filled in pond which could be reinstated. Much of the garden is laid to well-maintained lawn, with a selection of mature and attractive trees and shrubs creating borders as well as archways and walkways in this excellent garden. At the end of the garden is a wooden garden shed as well as an area in which chickens and ducks are currently kept. The garden is attractive and perfect for entertaining without being particularly high maintenance. Borders consist of a hedgerow to the southern boundary, brick walling to the west and fencing to the north.
From Cherry Tree Way a footpath provides pedestrian access to the small West Somerset town of Watchet. Nestled between the Quantock and Brendon Hills, with its own range of small shops and harbour with attractive Esplanade, as well as West Somerset Railway station, the town is popular within the area and known from much further afield. The town comes with a lengthy history, having been a port for more than a millennium and listed monuments including Dawes Castle and St. Decuman’s Well. Further amenities such as supermarkets can be found eight miles away in Minehead. While the M5 can be accessed at both Taunton and Bridgwater, where mainline rail links can also be accessed.
To reach the property procced from Williton on Doniford Road toward Doniford. Proceed from the town until you reach the turning into the ‘Married Quarters’, turn left and immediately left again into Alamein Avenue. Proceed and you will enter Cherry Tree Way. Proceed the length of Cherry Tree Way and Farthings is found as the last house on the left hand side.
Boot Room: 26’ 6’’ x 5’ 10’’ (7.9m x 1.7m)
Kitchen/Dining Room: 23’ 11’’ x 12’ 3’’ (7.2m x 3.7m)
Family Room: 11’ 11’’ x 11’ 3’’ (3.6m x 3.4m)
Lounge: 17’ 7’’ x 10’ 4’’ (5.3m x 3.1m)
Sun Room: 22’ 10’’ x 8’ 9’’ (6.9m x 2.6m)
Study: 6’ 10’’ x 5’ 2’’ (2.1m x 1.5m)
Master Bedroom: 13’ 9’’ x 11’ 1’’ (4.1m x 3.3m)
Bedroom Two: 12’ 4’’ x 10’ 3’’ max (6.5m x 3.1m)
Bedroom Three: 10’ 5’’ x 10’ 5’’ (3.1m x 3.1m)
Bedroom Four: 10’ 2’’ x 9’ (3.0m x 2.7m)