Hunslet house is situated in the corner of the development overlooking the green. The accommodation is generous and luxurious and arranged over three floors, measuring over 3,000 sqft. The ground floor offers an entrance hall, dual aspect sitting room with oak flooring open fire with natural stone fireplace, French door to garden. The kitchen/dining room is an impressive room with a limestone floor, fitted high quality floor and wall units with granite work tops over, central island unit incorporating breakfast bar, integrated dishwasher and stainless steel range style cooker with extractor above, the dining area has French doors to the garden and also opens into the family room with oak flooring. There is also a side lobby/hall with access to the front and to the shower room and study. The first floor offers four bedrooms. The master bedroom is a generous size with a range of built-in wardrobes, en- suite bathroom with a mosaic tiled floor, large shower cubicle and separate bath and two wash hand basins. The second bedroom is also a good size, again with en-suite shower room. The family bathroom has a corner shower cubicle and a separate bath. The top floor has two further bedrooms, one of which benefits from an en suite shower room.
Grounds and Gardens
Outside there is a spacious gravel drive providing ample parking, double garage claded in oak with power and light and lovely well tended gardens.
To the front of the house there is a spacious gravelled drive way providing ample parking. A double detached garage, cladded in oak with power and light. The gardens lie mainly to the rear, although there is access around both sides of the property. The gardens are mainly laid to grass with a patio area, raised borders retained by stone walling with many other planted areas.
Hunslet House is situated in the charming village of Cranmore.
Cranmore is a small friendly village in East Somerset on the edge of the Mendip Hills, which has a thriving community with a pub, cricket club, tennis club, church and a tall Victorian folly from the 19th century, Cranmore Tower. The East Somerset Steam Railway is another local attraction in providing scenic trips through the Mendip Hills. The popular All Hallows school is with-in walking distance of the village.
The A303/M3 is approximately 14 miles, bringing London within a reasonable driving distance. Rail links to London Paddington are available at Castle Cary and Westbury stations.
There are three local market towns within close proximity; Shepton Mallet, Frome and Wells, each offering essential shopping as well weekly farmers markets. Nearby you can find Kilver Court Designer Village and Sharpham Park Farm Shop. Charlton House Spa Hotel is just over three miles away and the popular Babington House private members club is also close by.
There are excellent schools close by including All Hallows, Millfield, Downside, Bruton and Wells Cathedral, in addition to those in Bath such as The Royal High School and King Edwards.
Mains water and electricity. Private Drainage. Oil fired central heating
Local Authority and Council Tax
Mendip District Council Telephone 01749 648999. Council Tax D
Energy Performance Certificate
EPC = C If not viewed online a copy of the energy performance should be enclosed with this brochure or can be found at www.killens.org.uk.
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.
West Cranmore is south of the A361. Follow the lane from the centre of the village, at the duck pond and The Strode Arms, you will see the turning to Manor Farm. Drive up this private road into Manor Farm - Hunslet House will be found above the green.