- Attractive Residential Smallholding
- Substantial Period Farmhouse
- Five Double Bedrooms
- Three Main Reception Rooms
- To Suit Large or Extended Family
- Range of Useful Farm Buildings
- Land Totalling Approximately 14.5 Acres
- Great Potential
- Rural Situation
- A Level of Updating/Improvement Required
An attractive residential small holding, comprising a substantial period farmhouse, a range of farm buildings and land, in all about fourteen and a half acres. The property enjoys a rural yet accessible situation on the outskirts of the popular village of Mark, being conveniently situated for the M5 motorway and Burnham-on-Sea.
Offered to the market by the owners of the last thirty-plus, years, the house does require general updating and improvement, but provides spacious accommodation, with character, that would suit a large or even, extended family.
The ground floor features three main reception rooms, two kitchens, a breakfast room, utility/boot room, entrance hall and rear hall. There are two staircases to the first floor, which comprises two landings, five double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property is warmed by a mixture of wood burning stoves and electric night storage heaters. Older style double glazing is fitted.
The property is accessed from the road by two drives, one leading to the main yard behind the farmhouse, the other passing one of the fields and on into a second yard at the rear. Adjacent to the house are two areas of lawn. The buildings are of a modern construction, mainly block, with a mixture of tile, tin and asbestos rooves. There is also a large metal framed barn. The land is set to pasture and made up of four fields, three of which are linked.
Mark is a popular and thriving village, providing amenities which include two pubs, a church, hall and the Mark First and Pre-School. The village lies within the catchment area of the extremely well-regarded Hugh Sexey Middle School and the Kings of Wessex Academy. Junction 22 of the M5 motorway is approximately two miles distant. There is a very useful website providing comprehensive information regarding the village: www.markvillage.co.uk
From Junction 22 of the M5, head north on the Bristol Road, taking the first turning on the right into Harp Road. Proceed over the motorway and after approximately one mile the property will be found on the left, identified by our For Sale sign.
Council Tax Band
Electricity, water, telephone and broadband. Drainage to a septic tank.