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Five Favourite Fireplaces

As the nights grow even darker, the colder weather creeping in makes the perfect excuse to stay inside and curl up beside the warm glow of a crackling open fireplace or charming log burner. With its dancing flames, smoking embers, and rich, woody aroma, a fireplace is not just a fixture; it’s the heart of a home. 

Here are five of our favourite fireplaces from properties that are currently on the market*.

1. Trentishoe Coombe
Located in the heart of Exmoor National Parks, Heddon Valley, is this stunning 18th-century Grade II Listed, beautifully presented period property.  Occupying a plot of approximately 2.54 acres, this truly charming detached five bedroom home has been restored and loved throughout the years, having been caringly modernized to combine 21st-century living with original period features.

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2. The Old Parsonage
Nestled in the heart of Devon's charming countryside, this exquisite 16th-century detached home is a testament to timeless beauty and modern comfort. Boasting a rich history and set on two acres of pristine land, this property offers a unique blend of heritage charm and contemporary living. This Grade II* Listed home exudes history with its original architectural features, including exposed beams, oak floors and windows, and period fireplaces. It's like stepping back in time while enjoying modern amenities and a large two-storey recent extension adding to the living accommodation.

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3. Laxton House

A beautiful, double fronted six bedroom detached Victorian house, situated down a quiet street in Draycott. This charming property has been lovingly refurbished throughout the current ownership and boasts a range of original features and further improvements throughout. 

Laxton House is an impressive well-proportioned period home with a wealth of character features throughout and has been tastefully extended through the conversion of the adjoining barn. In a tranquil setting in the heart if this charming village, located at the foot of the Mendip Hills, set well down from the Cheddar to Wells road. This spacious Victorian family home was built circa 1904 and offers fantastic amounts of space.

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4. Home Farm

Set in one of Ilminster’s most sought-after and exclusive locations is this charming five bedroom detached house. Set within grounds of more than a third of an acre, this delightful property is unique, spacious, and versatile. It boasts a private driveway, summerhouse and shed, detached double garage, stunning gardens, and is situated in a fantastic positon within the medieval town.

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5. Bankside Cottage

Bankside Cottage is a Grade II Listed period cottage thought to date back to 1690 and likely to be one of the oldest properties in the village of Bradford Abbas, which is undoubtedly one of the most desirable villages in the local area. This beautiful cottage has retained many of its original charming features which include an inglenook with a log effect gas stove, exposed ceiling, wall beams, stone walls, and an impressive inglenook with log effect gas stove.

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*Property details correct at time of publishing in December 2023. For up-to-date property status please see the listings on our website via the links shown above.

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