Lower Chipley, Langford Budville, Wellington, Somerset, TA21


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  • Bedrooms: 5
An attractive attached, period farmhouse that has recently been refurbished and benefits from separate barn, garage and mature gardens. No onward chain.

This charming cottage occupies a private and peaceful location and is centred on a striking cottage forming the major part of a period farmhouse and has recently undergone significant refurbishment whilst retaining a wealth of period features including inglenook fireplaces, panel screen and exposed beams. In addition the property enjoys a number of more environmentally friendly benefits including the installation of a biomass boiler, solar PV's and solar thermal giving it an impressive environmental impact rating of A and making it cost effective to run.

In brief the accommodation comprises an oak framed entrance porch leading to an entrance hall with doorways off to an engineered oak floored dining room with underfloor heating and multi-fuel burner, and a beamed sitting room with inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel burner. Both rooms flow into the kitchen with bespoke American Ash units and built in Bosch appliances to include oven and grill, warming drawer and halogen hob. The kitchen also benefits from underfloor heating and in turn leads out to a utility room.

In the main hall a door leads to a double bedroom. The hallway also leads to a shower room with large walk in shower and WC, and a capacious under stair larder/storage cupboard. Stairs rise to the first floor with family bathroom and four double bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room.

Rosemary Cottage occupies a rurally situated, yet convenient, location close to the town of Wellington. The property can be found approximately half a mile from the village of Langford Budville, with amenities to include a pub, primary school and church. Wellington is approximately two and a half miles distance with a comprehensive range of recreational, scholastic and shopping facilities as well as access to the M5 motorway interchange. Main line rail links can be found at both Tiverton and Taunton, Taunton being the regional centre and home to Somerset County Cricket, The Brewhouse Theatre and Taunton Racecourse.

The property is approached off the public highway over a shared driveway which leads to a car parking for several vehicles. The traditional single storey detached barn (11.51m x 4.95m) offers excellent storage but has the potential to create a home office, annex, studio, or other similar uses subject to the necessary consents. A single garage (6.83m x 2.8m), with an up and over metal door, and garden shed stand in an area of hard standing currently used for storage. To the front of the property is an attractive low walled kitchen garden with four raised beds containing an olive tree, apple tree, flowers, vegetables and herbs and attractive borders. The main gardens, at the rear of the property, has areas of lawn, a vegetable garden, pergola, a number of mature fruit trees and sun terrace. There is also a poly tunnel and a soft fruit cage interspersed with a number of mature shrubs, trees and bushes. A timber bridge leads over a small stream where there are a number of well-established trees, coppice and a wild flower area creating a haven for wildlife. The gardens are highly productive and are a major selling point of this property however they could easily be altered for ease and maintenance.

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