Ridgeway Farm is believed to date back to the 17th century, and is built of warm stone and brick elevations under thatch and tile roofs. The property has many period features including carved stone and Inglenook fireplaces, timbered ceilings, flagstone floors, brace and latch doors and window seats; at the same time the house has been recently rewired and a new kitchen installed.
Accommodation is flexible and free-flowing, and comprises: hall, drawing room, sitting room, study, dining room, garden room, kitchen, breakfast room, pantry and workshop on the ground floor, while the first floor has four bedrooms two family bathrooms.
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Outside the front of the property has a formal garden enclosed by a stone wall and a mature laurel hedge. There are areas of mature herbaceous planting along the front of the house and some pretty shrub roses growing up the house, while to the right hand side is a magnificent golden yew. To the back is a natural bog garden and also a vegetable garden.
Ridgeway Farm is situated on the edge of the popular village of North Cadbury between Sherborne and Castle Cary which both have very good amenities and trains direct to London.
The guide price is £775,000. For further information contact Greenslade Taylor Hunt on 01935 813 577 or visit www.gth.net.