North Street, Haselbury Plucknett, Crewkerne, Somerset, TA18

Under Offer ££800,000 Guide
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Key Features

A detached Grade II Listed family home
Incredible period features throughout
Off raod parking
Large gardens
Detached one bedroom annex
Earning potential
Situated in a sought-after village location
Discreet marketing

About This Property

An impressive Grade II listed, detached period property, benefitting from spacious living accommodation, mature gardens, separate annexe and off-road parking.


Cranford House is a stunning Grade II listed detached property, originally dating from the 17th Century, having since been extended over the years.

The house retains a wealth of period features and character throughout, with Hamstone fireplaces, beamed ceilings or the regency style wing, utilised as a ground floor annexe comprising a bedroom with a kitchen and shower room adjacent.

At the centre of the property, the flagstone entrance hall offers access into the drawing room on the right hand side. With oak flooring throughout, a fine Hamstone fireplace with wood burner inset, two large multi-paned windows with shutters to the front aspect and a casement door to the rear with fan light above.

To the far right of the property is the ground floor bedroom, a light, dual aspect room with a former period fireplace. Adjoining is a kitchen, which comprises fitted units along with integrated oven and hob, along with a shower room, comprising large shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin. Altogether offering a perfect guest suite or annexe, which benefits from separate access leading to the rear garden.

From the entrance hall, a door to the left hand side leads into the impressive galleried dining room, with a vaulted ceiling, a wood burner inset into an attractive fireplace. The charm of the property really comes alive in this room, with exposed stonework to the walls, stained glass windows and first floor galleries. Double doors lead into a well-proportioned office with a front aspect window.

A double aspect living room is also located to the front of the property, with a feature Hamstone fireplace and beams.

The kitchen is fitted with a range of oak units, with an Aga inset into a former Inglenook fireplace, a large Belfast sink inset along with integrated double oven and hob.

Adjoining the kitchen is a good sized pantry, a boot room with a door leading to the rear garden, utility room with space for appliances and a separate shower room comprising a shower cubicle, WC, natural stone hand basin and storage cupboards.

Upstairs there is a galleried landing, overlooking the dining room, storage cupboards along with loft access.

The master bedroom is situated to the rear of the property and benefits from a range of built-in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room comprising shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin.

There are three further, light and spacious double bedrooms, all front aspect along with a family bathroom, comprising roll top bath, vanity unit with sink inset and a WC.

ANNEXE
Situated in the courtyard to the rear of the property is the annexe, comprising a dual aspect living room, with flagstone flooring and double doors into the garden, adjoining kitchen fitted with a range of wall and base units, integrated oven and hob along with space for appliances. There is a dual aspect double bedroom with built-in storage and a shower room comprising shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.

OUTSIDE
To the front of the property is an area of garden, bounded by hedging with a path leading to the front door.
To the side of the property there is parking for two cars, beyond which double gates lead into a courtyard where further parking is available next to the annexe, along with the oil tank.
The main garden is situated to the rear of the property, which is mostly laid to lawn, bounded by herbaceous borders with a lovely pond and two sun terrace/patio areas adjacent to the house, perfect for entertaining or alfresco dining. There are also several useful garden sheds.

SERVICES & OUTGOINGS
We understand that mains electric, water and drainage are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating.
South Somerset District Council¬óBand F
SITUATION
This ever popular village benefits from two churches, an excellent pub/restaurant along with a primary school and is situated close to the market town of Crewkerne which offers a fine range of day to day facilities including Waitrose supermarket and also has a main line railway station on the London Waterloo line.
The village is also close to the Dorset border with the world renowned Jurassic Coast approximately a 30-40 minute drive in a southerly direction. Other towns within striking distance are Yeovil, Dorchester, Ilminster and Taunton.

DIRECTIONS
From Yeovil, take the A30, through the villages of West Coker and East Chinnock. Then turn left onto the A3066 into Haselbury Plucknett where the property will be found on North Street towards the centre of the village on the left hand side.
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