Wick, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6

Sold ££750,000

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About This Property

CLOSE TO MILLFIELD SCHOOL. We are delighted to be able to offer this exceptional 5 bedroom detached farm house with stunning gardens, outbuilding, off-road parking, beautiful and far-reaching countryside views with plenty of scope for improvement and redesign. A truly exciting project for anyone looking for a blank canvass in one of the most desirable locations in the area. EPC Rating E.

A superbly situated and beautiful 5 bedroom detached farmhouse with huge scope for further improvements and very close to the popular Millfield School. In brief the property comprises an entrance hall, dining area, kitchen, garden room, WC, sitting room and further reception room to the ground floor whilst to the first floor are 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The internal layout of the property is ripe for re-design and the exciting aspect of this, is that the home lends itself to it perfectly. The well-proportioned rooms work well for family living and the whole property offers a light and airy aspect, particularly the far-reaching views over the local Somerset countryside which are spectacular. There are a wealth of period features adding to the character, including inglenook fireplaces, flagstone flooring and stone-mullioned windows to name but a few and this farm-house will be of huge interest for those wanting to put their own stamp and design on a property in a location that is one of the most sought-after in the area. It should be noted the vendors are extremely sad to have to sell the property but a change in circumstance is the only reason for the sale.

Wick is a beautifully situated hamlet that provides very quick access to Millfield School and at the other end quick access to Glastonbury, Street and Wells beyond. Glastonbury is well known for its eclectic High Street together with landmarks such as the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey and of course Glastonbury Tor. The nearby town of Street is well known for the Clarks Village retail destination as well as being home to Millfield Senior School. Wells, approximately 15 minutes’ drive, is England’s smallest city and boasts many cultural activities centred around the Cathedral and the Bishops Palace. There is a superb collection of schooling within the general area, both state and private. In addition to Millfield there is Wells Cathedral School and All Hallows to name but a few. The nearest secondary school is St Dunstan's in Glastonbury and also the Blue School in Wells, whilst there is a further education establishment, Strode College, in Street. For those needing to commute to London, Castle Cary train station is approximately 12 miles to the south east.

To the left of the property is a large gravelled parking area accessed via a 5 bar gate with a pathway to the back door. A large stone built barn/car-port can also be found and has scope for development/improvement subject to the usual consents. The main garden lays to the rear of the property and is quite simply stunning. Laid to level lawn and patio, the meandering pathways guide you through a plethora of mature shrubs, colourful flora and trees to provide a secluded, peaceful and charming outside space. There is also a swimming pool, ideal for the warmer months. Whether you are a keen gardener, have playful children or just like to entertain friends and family, it is difficult to imagine a more idyllic setting.

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