A finely proportioned detached house with origins dating back to the 17th Century. Standing in grounds of approximately 3.73 acres (1.51ha) with superb countryside views. No onward chain. EPC Rating D.
Enjoying a very pleasant situation with far reaching rural views from each side, Tynings House has the perfect balance for a purchaser wishing to be close to the nearby City of Wells, yet in a semi-rural setting. Standing in approximately 3.73 acres (1.51ha), the property has manageable surrounding gardens plus an area of paddock currently used for summer grazing. Extended over time, the house has grown into a wonderfully presented 5 bedroom family home. The ground floor comprises entrance hall, reception hall, sitting room, separate dining room with inglenook fire, kitchen/breakfast room incorporating range cooker, sun room with French doors to garden, utility room and cloakroom. On the first floor, there are 5 bedrooms, 3 of which have ensuite facilities, ideal for guests. The Master bedroom has a separate bathroom. Furthermore, there is a detached double garage with attached workshop and plenty of off road parking. N.B. There is a public footpath that runs across part of the paddock.
Coxley is a small village situated a short distance to the south of Wells (approx. 5 mins drive) and offers facilities including a village hall, primary school, church and public house. There are regular bus services to Bristol, Bridgwater, Taunton and into Wells itself. The City of Wells is well renowned for its Architectural appeal, recreational and business facilities, as well as a fine range of shopping including the addition of both Waitrose and Morrisons in the forthcoming months. Schooling is well catered for in the area with state and private schools at all levels to include the highly regarded Wells Cathedral School and Millfield in Street. Coxley lies in the catchment area for the well renowned secondary school, The Blue School, in Wells. Glastonbury is a short distance to the South and there is ready access to Street, Taunton, the M5, A303 as well as Bristol and Bath to the North. For those needing train facilities then there is a main line station at Castle Cary (11 miles) which has a fast and direct route to London Paddington.
Entrance Door to side opens into Entrance Hall.
Entrance Hall Tiled floor, double glazed window to rear, door to Reception Hall.
Reception Hall Double glazed window to rear, staircase to first floor accommodation, parquet floor.
Sitting Room Jetmaster wood burning fire with feature mantel and marble hearth, shelved alcove with cupboard beneath, two large timber framed double glazed windows to side plus timber framed double glazed French doors opening to front into garden.
Inner Hall Stone tiled floor, double glazed door to side garden, built in cupboard.
Cloakroom With matching white suite comprising low level WC, vanity wash hand basin, stone tiled floor, timber framed double glazed window to side, door to walk-in storage cupboard.
Utility Room Matching floor and wall units, worksurface with stainless steel single drainer-sink unit with mixer taps, tiled splash backs, floor standing boiler for oil central heating, stone tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine, heating controls, timber framed double glazed window to rear.
Dining Room Located in the original part of the house with parquet floor, beamed ceiling, large stone inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and tiled hearth, feature stained glass leaded-light window to side, timber framed double glazed window to front, opening to original formal entrance with double glazed door, alcove with storage cupboards.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room With a range of matching floor and wall units, work surface with tiled splash backs, central island with additional storage cupboards, space for free standing fridge and freezer, integrated dishwasher, 'Rangemaster' electric range cooker with extractor over, inset ceramic sink with stainless steel mixer taps, spot lights, stone tiled floor.
Sun Room A superb room overlooking the garden to the front with double glazed French doors.
First Floor Each window to the first floor enjoys extremely pleasant views over the grounds of the property and open countryside beyond.
Landing Access to roof space, sky light, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, two shelved alcoves, door from landing gives the option to separate Master bedroom, bathroom and bedroom 5 into a Master suite.
Master Bedroom Timber framed double glazed window to front and side, double glazed door to front.
Bathroom With matching white suite comprising low level WC, vanity wash hand basin with cupboards beneath, bath with power shower over, shaver point, heated towel rail, timber framed double glazed window to rear, separate access to roof space.
Bedroom 2 Timber framed double glazed window to front, two to the side plus decorative circular leaded light window to side, door to ensuite bathroom.
En-suite Bathroom With matching white suite comprising low level WC, free standing claw foot roll-top cast iron bath with central stainless steel mixer taps, vanity wash hand basin with tiled splash backs, tiled floor, separate shower cubicle with power shower, heated towel rail, timber framed double glazed frosted window to rear, shaver point.
Bedroom 3 Storage cupboard above stair recess, double glazed window to rear, double glazed panel window to side, door to ensuite shower room.
Ensuite Shower Room With matching white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle, tiled floor, shaver point, double glazed frosted window to rear.
Bedroom 4 Timber framed double glazed window to front, built in wardrobe, door to ensuite shower room.
Ensuite Shower Room With suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle, tiled floor, shaver point.
Bedroom 5 Timber framed double glazed window to side.
Gardens and Approach Designated access from Harters Hill Lane leads down to Tynings House and one other property. Upon approaching Tynings House, there is a hedged paddock to the right of the drive which is currently used for summer grazing of livestock. The formal garden to the front of the property is predominantly enclosed by post and rail fencing and is laid to lawn with mature tree and shrub borders. Within this section of the garden is a decorative well with pump. At the side, there is a further piece of lawn with walled patio seating area and access to the rear garden. At the rear there is a selection of established trees, a large area of enclosed lawn and superb views across the adjoining field and hills in the distance. In total, Tynings House stands in a plot of approximately 3.73 acres (1.51ha).
Parking and Double Garage There is ample off road parking at Tynings House and a Double Garage with up and over door, personal door to side, light, power and attached workshop.