Guide price £650,000
A fascinating period property of immense character and charm set on the edge of a highly sought after Somerset village. This beautiful old manor house is believed to be the older part of the original village manor and dates back to the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries. The house is Listed Grade II* as being of special architectural and historic interest and retains endless charm and character, and it is reputed that Sir Terence Rattigan, dramatist and writer, once lived at the property. Beautifully preserved panelling is found throughout the hall, dining room and drawing room, the dining room being of particular note having a beautifully plastered ceiling embellished with English roses. Both reception rooms also have open working fireplaces. The kitchen has in recent years been completely refitted with a range of shaker style cupboards and has an offset utility area. The solar is found at the front of the house, faces north and has possibly some of the most exquisite pargeting in the property. The bedrooms are all of a good size and are served by a newly refitted bathroom and shower room.
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