Old Cleeve, Minehead, TA24

Under Offer ££535,000 Guide

Key Features

Edge of Exmoor National Park
Imposing Detached Chocolate Box Cottage
Delightful Mature Cottage Gardens
Range of Outbuildings including garage
Grade II Listed and noted by Historic England as 'one of the most picturesque cottages in the village'
Three Double Bedrooms, Two Receptions
No Onward Chain

About This Property

Imposing detached chocolate box cottage situated in this historic village on the edge of the Exmoor National Park. Characterful accommodation boasting three double bedrooms, master en-suite. Charming mature cottage gardens and a range of outbuildings. EARLY VIEWINGS ADVISED.

Pillar House is an exceptional example of a Grade II listed thatched period cottage of immense charm and character.

Believed to date from the 16th Century, later altered in the 20th Century and noted by Historic England as "one of the most picturesque cottages in the village."

The well-stocked gardens are exquisite and will appeal to keen gardeners and nature lovers alike.

A range of outbuildings are present to include garaging, potting sheds and an old hay loft.

The spacious and characterful accommodation is arranged over two floors and briefly comprises; entrance door to the welcoming reception hall with downstairs WC and a door to the rear gardens. The reception hall opens into the living space, firstly the dining room with beamed ceiling, beautiful window seat and large inglenook fireplace with heavy beam over. Stairs rise from the dining room to the first floor. The cosy sitting room is a generous size and boasts a wealth of period features including large original inglenook open fireplace, window seat and exposed beams to name a few. The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room is currently arranged in a galley style and is fitted with a traditional range of wall and base units complimented by a breakfast area to one end, a walk in pantry and a stunning dark blue Rayburn stove, a door opens into the utility/boot room with space and plumbing for a washing machine, a large part glazed stained glass stable door opens to the garden. The first floor opens to a spacious landing with separate 'study nook' and doors to the three bedrooms and family bathroom. The immense master bedroom is delightful with a part vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, beautiful window seat and views over the gardens. There are also built in wardrobes to the chimney breast recess and an extremely spacious en-suite which has been sympathetically fitted with a heritage style suite, including a shower over bath, WC and wash basin as well as two large store cupboards. The remaining two bedrooms are both double in size and each offer a wealth of charm, one is triple aspect with a timber panelled wall, the other enjoys a window seat and built in store cupboard. The family bathroom completes the accommodation and is fitted with a traditional heritage style suite comprising bath with shower over, WC and wash basin.

The property boasts a picturesque fa├žade and is approached from the village lane offering two garages, one is detached and located to the rear of the property with an attached potting shed to the rear, the other is attached and fronts the lane with the benefit of stairs up to a hay loft offering scope to convert to a potential home office or ancillary accommodation (STPP). The gardens are sizeable and well stocked with a plethora of mature trees, shrubs and flower borders. A number of bountiful fruit trees are present including apple and fig. To the rear of the property is a timber loggia offering a pleasant area of shade in summer. To the side of the property is a large paved terrace overlooking the pond with waterfall feature, an ideal spot for al-fresco dining and summer entertaining. To the rear of the garden is a potting shed with glorious views over open countryside.

Old Cleeve is a wonderful and historic village enjoying a Licensed Village Hall and Church and is situated approximately one mile from the coast at Blue Anchor. It is approximately seven miles from the coastal resort of Minehead
and seventeen miles from Taunton, the County town of Somersetwith mainline railway (Taunton - Paddington 2 hours) and motorway connection points. The local centre of Williton is approximately four miles away, having shops and amenities serving most everyday needs. The variety of the West Somerset coastline is close at hand, and the Quantock Hills, the first designated area of outstanding natural beauty in England together with the Exmoor National Park are
both but a short drive away.
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