This substantial and particularly handsome property has been created from a former Mill House and is set in the middle of its own beautifully landscaped grounds. Built of local stone elevations and slate roof, great attention to detail and good quality have been the key notes throughout the restoration of the main house and the well-appointed annex which sits alongside within the grounds.
The accommodation comprises entrance hall, living room with woodburner, exposed beams and door to garden, dining room with French doors to garden, bedroom 5 with fitted wardrobes, shower room, fitted kitchen with oak panel fronted cupboards, granite work surfaces, four oven Aga and Rosieres oven, butler’s pantry, utility room with Belfast sink and granite surrounds, entrance porch, further living room on 1st floor with fine cut stone fireplace and gas stove, study, bedroom 2 with fitted wardrobes and ensuite bathroom with separate shower, 2 further bedrooms, family bathroom, master bedroom on 2nd floor with fitted wardrobes and ensuite bathroom.
The annex accommodation comprises kitchen/living room, conservatory with French doors to garden, double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and shower room.
All rooms in the main house have their own individual character and enjoy glorious outlooks and indeed remain adaptable for family use. There is particularly good reception space including an impressive first floor drawing room with a window looking across the mill pond, the golf course and up to the Blackdown Hills. In addition to the main house there is a beautifully appointed annex providing comfortable accommodation ideal for multi-generational living or guests. The setting at Oake Mill makes this a very special property, a tranquil oasis within by a well-manicured golf course.
A unique and spacious Grade II Listed village house of great historical character with 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, set in 0.85 acres of beautiful walled gardens with large lawns and a substantial orangery. There are 2 walk-in fireplaces, a gas-fired...