Very rarely does such a perfectly located country property
come to the market. Homelands is a four bedroom property
with a perfect blend of traditional and modern features. The
property benefits from a one bedroom annex which has
recently been finished to a high standard. There are further
stone outbuildings which could be converted subject to
planning. A two acre paddock is available by separate
The property has been extended and modernised by the
current owners to create a comfortable family home.
The kitchen is a pleasing and quite unexpected family room,
home to an electric cream AGA and a bespoke range of
kitchen units. There is also a gas hob and two electric ovens.
The kitchen is full of natural light with french doors at either
end leading to the garden. Views across the open fields can
be enjoyed. The useful boot room/utility room and cloakroom
are just off the kitchen.
There is a wonderful light morning room which enjoys views
over the garden and swimming pool. The cosy sitting room is
at the front of the house. This room has an inglenook fireplace
which is home to a woodburning stove. The stairs lead up to
the first floor where the charm continues.
The master room is triple aspect, again enjoying the views.
This room has an ensuite spacious bathroom which can also
be used as a family bathroom. There are three further
bedrooms one of which has an ensuite shower room.
The Annex is a separate dwelling however is could easily be
linked to the main house. The annex has been beautifully
finished with exposed beans and vaulted ceilings. There is an
open plan kitchen
Outside and Land
The property is approached through stone pillars in to a
gravelled courtyard. There is also a second entrance at the
far end of the garden. This pretty courtyard has access to
the outbuildings, annex and the main house.
The gardens are fully enclosed with a level lawn. There are
many trees and shrubs as well as pretty flowers borders.
The perfectly situated swimming pool is heated with solar
panels and an air source heat pump.
Directly outside the kitchen french doors is a large terrace
seating area which is next to the pool. This is the perfect
place to BBQ and enjoy the views and peaceful location.
By separate negotiation is a two acre paddock which is
situated just down the lane from the house.
Greendown is a small idyllic hamlet of Chewton Mendip which
is located in the picturesque Mendip Hills well-known for its
beautiful landscape, stone walls, caves and unspoilt villages.
The village enjoys a strong community and boasts a good
range of facilities including an excellent primary school, preschool, village shop, village hall, church and public house.
The local secondary school is the very popular Blue School in
Wells and a bus to the school leaves each day from the village.
Most private schools in the area also provide transport. There
is also good public transport from the village.
The Cathedral City of Wells is six miles to the South and offers
further facilities, including a twice weekly farmers market. The
regional centre of Bristol is 14 miles to the north, whilst the
Heritage City of Bath is 14 miles to the north east. Both offer
a wide range of shopping, leisure and educational facilities.
High speed rail services to London Paddington are available
from Bristol and Bath and Bristol International Airport is 10
Babington private members club is a short drive from the
Mains water, private drainage. Oil fired central heating and solar panels.
Mendip District Council Telephone 0300 303 8588
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens 01749 671172
Fixtures and Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale.