Home Farm is a newly refurbished five bedroom family home set within generous grounds and gardens offering the peace and beauty of the rural village location. The property is approached through a gated gravelled driveway which leads to the large concreted yard, house and outbuildings. You enter the property into the light and spacious entrance hall, which provides access to the sitting room, drawing room and kitchen/breakfast room.
The light yet cosy sitting room really benefits from its triple aspects views and boasts an inglenook open fireplace. Beyond the sitting room doors lead through to the kitchen/breakfast room, this spacious room really benefits from the amount of space provided. Featuring a traditional farmhouse Aga and belfast sink.
The beautifully bright and spacious kitchen/breakfast room has access to the convenient utility room including a cloakroom and a rear hallway. To the left on the kitchen you can access the separate dining room with integrated cupboards. Further through the dining room, leads to the secluded study where you will be sure to find peace and quiet from the rest of the house.
The substantial master bedroom is situated at the front of the house with windows looking across the beautiful gardens and countryside. From the master bedroom lies a room that can be used as a shared dressing room between the master and bedroom two or a fifth bedroom.
Bedroom two and three are both double bedrooms with one featuring inbuilt wardrobes and the other a period fireplace. The first floor is completed with a further single bedroom and the large, modern family bathroom.
Grounds and Gardens
Home farm benefits from an abundance of yard space laid to concrete and lawned gardens. Within the grounds includes many outbuildings that could provide multiple different uses. Adjoining the house is the main outbuilding that could potentially be converted into living quarters subject to the relevant planning permission. The large gardens are surrounded by an original stone wall and wooden fences. The garden comprises of a level lawned area, flower beds, mature trees and shrubs and concrete pathways for access.
All outbuildings are available by separate negotiation.
Compton Martin is a small but thriving village with a village hall, post office, church, a very popular public house and a picturesque village pond. The neighbouring village of West Harptree has an excellent General Stores with delicatessen and post office, church and public house.
A comprehensive range of shops including a supermarket is available at Chew Magna about 4 miles away, and the small city of Wells with two markets a week is 9 miles away.
The village’s situation in the Chew Valley offers commuters excellent access to the regional centre of Bristol which is 10 miles to the north and the Heritage City of Bath which is 14 miles is to the east. The Cathedral City of Wells, which offers further facilities, is 9 miles to the south.
The nearest motorway access can be found at junction 21 of the M5 in Weston Super Mare. High speed rail services to London Paddington are available from Bristol Temple Meads (98 minutes) and Bath Spa (85 minutes) whilst Bristol International Airport is 7 miles away.
The Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes are close by, notable for their fishing, birdlife, sailing, and nature study amenities whilst the Mendip Hills, well known for their limestone features, provide a wide range of informal leisure opportunities
Primary Schooling is available at Ubley, West Harptree, Chew Stoke and Chew Magna. Private schooling at Wells Cathedral School in Wells, Millfield at Street, Sidcot Quaker School at Sidcot and a choice of excellent private schools in Bristol. Local secondary schooling is at Chew Valley Comprehensive School in Chew Stoke. Most schools provide transport within the village or nearby.
Oil fired central heating, Mains water and electricity. Private
Fixtures and Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the Vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale although may be available by separate negotiation.
Bath and North East Somerset Council Tel: 01225 477000.
Energy Performance Certificate
From Chew Stoke, proceed across the Chew Valley Lake and continue to a junction with the A368. Go straight across signed for Cheddar and pass The Wellsway pub on the right hand side. Take the first right and continue on this lane. Home Farm will be on the right hand side soon after a left hand bend.