Yew Tree Farm has been lovingly restored and extended during the tenure of the present owners and now provides a generous family home set within established gardens and pasture.
This idyllic setting is truly rural. The house is located on the edge of the village, surrounded by pasture land with a wooded backdrop. The versatile footprint caters for a wide demographic, offering generous entertaining space with both formal and informal receptions. The first floor hosts four good sized bedrooms, a large family bathroom and a master bedroom with en suite.
The ground floor offers two points of entry, the formal approach is via the vestibule and hall with the drawing room lying directly off. This triple aspect room features an inglenook with an inset fire, window seats and a traditional beamed ceiling.
Adjacent is the sitting room with a further manorial inglenook, wood burning stove with dual aspect windows and the staircase to the first floor. The dining room is lovely and light with French doors to the rear garden and opens into the kitchen which incorporates a quality range of hand built units with honed granite surfaces and a central island with integral sink. There are integrated appliances such as an induction hob, auxiliary oven and an electric Aga. A travertine floor extends through to the dining room.
The snug/study has a casement window to the rear, a wood burning stove and built in bookcases. The utility and cloakroom complete the ground floor and provides access to the parking area and second point of entry.
The first floor features three good sized bedrooms served by the family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from an en suite.
The gardens at Yew Tree Farm are beautiful. There is a split level terrace located off the kitchen which is ideal for alfresco dining. Raised beds offer year round colour and steps up to the garden which is lawned and fringed by hedgerow. Within the garden there are a variety of trees and shrubs, a secret vegetable garden with a greenhouse and garden shed. A gate provides access to the paddock beyond.
There are a range of outbuildings and which include the barn/garage with an adjacent store, a garden shed, a tool store and gardeners WC. The property is approached via a shared drive with five bar gate and ample parking.
Butcombe is a quiet rural village on the northern side of Blagdon Lake. Blagdon is just 1 mile away where you will find a village stores, post office, beauty salon, butcher, coffee shop, village club and hall, primary school and parish church - a thriving community. The A38 to Bristol is about 2.5 miles.
This property is of a freehold tenure.
By appointment with the Vendors' agent Killens on 01275 333993.
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