Rosemary Lane, Dulverton, Somerset
360 TOUR AVAILABLE FOR THIS PROPERTY
One of Dulverton's truly hidden Gems. A period Grade II Listed town house, located within one of the most convenient of settings with stunning private gardens and the option to acquire a paddock if required.
The Exmoor market town of Dulverton offers a wide range of independent shops, stores, farmers' market, renowned restaurants and pubs (popular with locals and visitors alike). Local amenities including primary school, doctors, dentist, vets, pharmacy, beauty spa, and sports facilities including a cricket club, tennis and squash courts and a gym.
For those keen on country pursuits and sporting activities, Exmoor is one of the smallest National Parks (267 square miles) but arguably one of the most attractive, offering such a variety of scenery from high heather-clad moorland, deep wooded river valleys to the breathtaking coastline boasting the highest marine cliffs in England and of course Exmoor's famous amazing Dark Skies, which can be admired from the grounds of the property.
Timber Tudor arched door giving access into Reception Hallway, timber framed and leaded Tudor arched window to front elevation, tiled flooring, double panelled radiator, fireplace recess with surround and mantel over, recess at side with storage cupboard, turned staircase giving access to first floor and landing, understairs storage cupboard, door leading off into
Ground Floor Cloakroom/Shower room comprising WC, wash hand basin, shower cubicle, single panelled radiator, Tudor arched timber and leaded window to front elevation, deep glazed Belfast style sink with splashback, plumbing for washing machine.
Drawing Room, superb reception room with pair of sash windows to rear elevation and door top half glazed giving access to gardens, marble fireplace with inset grate, tiled hearth surround with mantel over, recess at either side, pair of double panelled radiators, coving.
Kitchen with timber and leaded Tudor style arch window to front elevation, oil fired Aga, range of timber edged melamine work surfaces, drawers and cupboards under, recess for electric cooker, recess for refrigerator, tiled splashbacks, wall mounted cupboards above, return melamine and timber edged work surface with one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, drawers and cupboards under, plumbing and recess housing dishwasher, upright larder cabinet at side, tiled splashbacks, wall mounted cupboards and corner display shelving, timber framed double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking the cobbled semi-enclosed courtyard, tiled flooring, open access leading through into family room (may have potential for incorporating within the kitchen area subject to necessary planning/building regs and structural work).
The Family Room, again with tiled floor, timber framed double glazed windows to rear elevation overlooking the enclosed courtyard, double panelled radiator, wiring for wall lights, corner cupboard, door leading into integral garage.
The Garage, pair of double doors to side, Trianco oil fired boiler for domestic hot water and central heating, lighting.
Off the family room a door top half glazed giving access into Garden Foyer, timber framed single glazed windows to side elevation, again overlooking cobbled courtyard and gardens, with pair of glazed crittall double doors opening onto same, door leading off into
Workshop, pair of crittall and glazed windows overlooking garden.
First Floor and Landing, open plan landing and study area, a pair of timber framed Tudor style windows to front elevation, handrail and balustrade coving, radiator, storage cupboard, open access through towards master bedroom with an inner landing area, again with Tudor arched timber and glazed window to front elevation, airing cupboard.
Bathroom comprising enamel panelled bath with splashback, WC, heated towel rail (from the Aga), pedestal wash hand basin with with splashback, timber framed double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking gardens, access to roof void, air extractor.
Main Bedroom presently used as one room (we understand originally planned as two rooms), triple aspect with timber framed double glazed windows to rear elevation overlooking cobbled courtyard and formal gardens with pair of windows to either side elevation and timber framed double glazed skylight, two single panelled radiators, extensive range of fitted wardrobes and cupboards with storage over to one end.
Bedroom Three sash window to rear elevation, single glazed with superb views over the wonderful formal and enclosed gardens, Victorian cinder grate with surround and mantel over, wardrobe with hanging rail.
Bedroom Two with sash window to rear elevation with similar superb views over the gardens, double panelled radiator, timber corner cupboard, Victorian cinder grate with surround and mantel over.
Family Bathroom comprising a roll topped enamelled cast iron bath with timber surround, wash hand basin with splashback, WC, single panelled radiator, access to roof void, timber framed Tudor style arched window to front elevation.
Outside The main gardens are located to the rear of the property and are an undoubted feature of this wonderful home. Approached from the rear porch is a semi enclosed cobbled courtyard, to the side of which (and attached to the workshop) is a log/fuel store (housing the oil tank for the central heating boiler and AGA). Immediately adjoin the Drawing room is a semi enclosed patio/seating area with herbaceous borders and small ornamental pond to one side and with views over the garden.
The main gardens were in effect created by the owners family (using professional designers) and are a stunning example of wonderful formal gardens comprising lawned areas, herbaceous borders, vegetable plot, fruit beds, larger ornamental pond and a extensive variety of superb and mature trees throughout. The gardens offer a wonderful vista from the property but also allow a high degree of privacy for such a convenient and central town setting.
The paddock is not included at the marketed Guide Price but is available if required by negotiation. The Guide Price for the Paddock is £35,000/£45,000 and may be offered for sale by Informal Tender due to the potential interest that has be shown locally. The paddock (see plan) is approximately 0.98 Acres. It has a gate onto the footpath known as "Abbotts Way". There is access to this Paddock from Chypleighs. This involves access over an adjoining neighbours garden (lower part). See Agents for details.
From our office in Dulverton, proceed up High Street on the B3222. Take the first turning right into Rosemary Lane and continue into the courtyard area. The property can be found on the right hand side. Agents Note Please park in Dulverton and walk up to the property.
- Exceptionally Rare Opportunity to Acquire such a Superb Home in such a Convenient Setting
- Prime Central Town Location yet with a High degree of Privacy
- Grade II Listed with 27'Drawing Room, Reception Hall, Kitchen with AGA, Family Room
- 23' Master Bedroom, En-suite, Study Area, 2nd and 3rd Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Ground Floor Shower Room
- Superb Private Formal Gardens, Single Garage/Boiler Room
- Option to Purchase Additional Paddock if Required by Negotiation
- EPC Rating - Exempt