Stapley Mill is a mid-19th century Grade II listed former mill house located in the Blackdown Hills in Somerset. The property has a pretty façade covered in wisteria.
The accommodation is full of character: reception rooms have small pane windows with delightful outlooks over the well established gardens, period fireplaces and beamed ceilings.
Accommodation in total comprises reception/dining hall, sitting room, garden room, drawing room, inner hall and boot room, kitchen/breakfast room and five bedrooms plus a family bathroom
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Outside the principal garden area is lawned and has deep well-stocked herbaceous borders as well as many mature trees including lime and magnolia. A path leads over the stream and up to two fields, perfect for grazing sheep or ponies. The mill pond is on a lightly higher level and is surrounded by trees and shrubs while a pretty paved garden also lies to the east with a rectangular pond. Across the lane lies a belt of mixed woodland coming to just under an acre – the land in total comes to just under five acres.
The house also comes with a timber stable building with two loose boxes and a tack room and various garden store rooms.
Stapley Mill is located on the edge of the village of Stapley in the pretty Blackdown Hills with day-to-day amenities available at nearby Wellington. Taunton is just ten miles distant and has direct trains to London.
The guide price is £865,000. For further information please contact Jackson Stops & Staff on 01823 325 144 or visit www.jackston-stops.co.uk.
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