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Wainbridge is a spacious, detached, four bedroom family home together with approximately 10 acres of land together with equestrian facilities including stable block and yard and outdoor arena.
Side door with glazed panels and obscure side panel to the:
Wood parquet style flooring. Sliding double glazed door to the:
With wooden parquet style flooring. Double glazed bi-fold doors to the rear patio. Radiator, door to store cupboard with double glazed window. Stairs rising to the first floor.
Of a generous size with large double glazed box bay window overlooking the front garden. Further double glazed window overlooking the side. Feature wooden fireplace with inset log burner with tiled hearth, radiator, television point.
Beautifully appointed kitchen with double glazed box bay window overlooking the front. Fitted with a modern range of base cupboards and drawers and matching wall mounted cupboards with contrasting marble worktops. Six burner range oven with Rangemaster extractor over, space for large dining table, island unit with inset sink and dishwasher under and wine fridge. Integrated fridge, tiled floor, radiator, stable style door to the:
Partially sloping roof, double glazed French doors to the side, radiator, feature beam.
Ideal for washing machine, tumble dryer, freezer etc with stable style door to the rear garden. Tiled shower cubicle (unused).
With low level w.c. Pedestal wash hand basin.
With hard floor, double French doors to the rear garden and further side door to the brick pavier patio area. Radiator.
Attractive double glazed window with feature design and further stairs to the main landing area. Access to roof space, fitted shelved linen cupboard, radiator.
With double glazed sash style window overlooking the front garden. Radiator, access to roof space. Latch door to the WALK-IN WARDROBE with hanging rails and shelves. Latch door to the:
Tiled shower cubicle with wall mounted shower and folding sliding shower screen. Wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks, low level w.c. and radiator.
Built in shelved cupboard, radiator, double glazed sash style windows overlooking the front and further double glazed window overlooking the side. Pedestal wash hand basin.
With radiator and double glazed sash style window overlooking the rear and further double glazed sash style window overlooking the side. Radiator.
With double glazed sash style window overlooking the front.
Comprising modern suite of panelled bath with mixer shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c. Separate large shower cubicle with glazed screen and rain fall shower head, tiled splashbacks and floor, ladder style heated towel rail, built in fitted cupboard with slatted shelving with boxes over.
Wall mounted wash hand basin and low level w.c. High level double glazed window and tiled floor.
To the front of the property is an area of lawned garden surrounded by stone walling. Access to the rear is from Yardwall Road where there is an area of brick pavier outside the conservatory with oil fired boiler. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with flower and shrub beds, mature trees and hedging. Oil tank. Pathway leading to further brick pavier area with opening into a gravelled area to the side where there are Calor gas tanks for cooking. Orchard with various mature trees and surrounded by hedging. Chicken coop/shed Substantial brick built outbuilding which has been divided into four areas which provides ample storage for gardening equipment etc. accessed from Yardwall Lane via a metal gate is a gravelled area for parking.
The house itself sits in generous gardens to the side and rear with an orchard. OUTBUILDINGS; brick built building currently divided into four areas and used for storage Side entrance. Area 1: 5.66m x 4.03m, Area 2: 5.53m x 4.03m, Area 3: 6.79m x 4.03m, Area 4: 6.79m x 4.03m with double doors to rear. The building is alarmed throughout with CCT V coverage This building would appear to be ideal for a variety of uses including potential annexe subject to planning permission and consents. THE HONEY HOUSE; 8.3m x 5.04m (currently used and a gym) with high level windows, sliding door, power and lighting. There is an open fronted tractor shed, haybarn with power and lighting and double doors. Woodstore. From beyond this area, double wrought iron gates open to give access over a shared drove (providing vehicular access but not owned by the property) to the equestrian facilities; Seven bar metal gate opens to STABLEYARD: With flood lighting, outside tap and concrete hardstanding. Block of six stables; Stable 1; 4.47m x 2.77m Stable 2; 4.48m x 2.42m Stable 3; 4.49m x 2.40m Stable 4; 4.50m x 3.47m Stable 5; 4.51m x 3.52m Stable 6; 4.48m x 4.15m – all with stable matting and automatic, wall mounted drinkers. (There is a public footpath to the left hand side of the stable yard) Drove to the side of the stable block leads to: OUTDOOR ARENA: 20 x 40 with sand and carpet surface and enclosed by gate and fencing. Floodlighting. CORRUGATED FEEDSTORE 5.18m X 3.53mThe majority of the land lies beyond the stable yard, accessed by 6 bar metal gate offering approximately 10 acres of land currently in taped sections providing level grazing and bordered by hedging.
Mark is a sought-after Somerset village with an active local community. There are two popular pubs in the centre of the village, The White Horse and The Pack Horse. There is a thriving village hall nearby and a post office/stores, bakery, garage and church. There are many active clubs and groups and leisure facilities include bowls club. With excellent road connections in all directions, Mark is perfect for both the country lover and rural commuter alike. Mark has an excellent first school which is part of the Wessex Learning Trust and feeds into Hugh Sexey Middle School in Blackford and Kings of Wessex Academy in Cheddar. Private schooling in the area includes Sidcot, Millfield and Wells Cathedral Schools. The historic village of Wedmore is approx. 5 miles away, offering a wide range of shops and facilities. The coastal towns of Weston-super-Mare and Burnham-on-Sea offer more comprehensive amenities as well as access to the M5 corridor.
From the M5 motorway interchange, Junction 22 at Edithmead take the third exit onto the A38 towards Bristol. After approximately quarter of a mile and upon seeing the Fox and Goose Pub on the south bound side, turn right into Harp Road. Proceed for approximately two miles and upon reaching the crossroads, Wainbridge can be seen in front of you on the corner of The Causeway and Yardwall Road.
The property benefits from solar roof panels. Further details available from the vendors selling agents.
Berryman’s Estate Agents, Commercial House, 46 High Street, Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, TA8 1PD
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