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Dommett, Buckland St. Mary, Chard, TA20

Guide price £1,650,000


6 Beds 4 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: TAU200020

A beautifully presented period farmhouse, Listed Grade II, of immense character and charm, together with a two bedroomed cottage, with delightful gardens and surrounded by its own land on the edge of the Blackdown hills.


  • Beautifully Presented Four Bedroomed House
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Beautifully Fitted Kitchen with Four Oven AGA
  • Detached Two Bedroomed Cottage
  • Delightful Gardens and Grounds totalling 11.72 acres
  • Modern All Purpose Barn Providing Garaging
  • Stone Barn/Garden Implement Store
  • Original Calf House and Open Linhay
  • Kitchen Garden
  • Average Broadband download 36 mbps upload 30 mbps


Whites Farm in part dates back to 1622 and exhibits many period features expected of a house of its age, including many exposed beams, cruck beams and a plank and muntin screen in the cross passage hall. The house was substantially enlarged in 2003, with the works carried out to a meticulous standard, to blend perfectly with the original dwelling, much of the work being carried out by Carpenter Oak. An oak entrance porch and panelled front door leads in to a reception hall with slate flagstone floor and continues through to the cross passage hall. A delightful sitting room has double aspect with leaded light windows, deep sandstone sills, a fireplace with heavy Bressumer beam and a Burley wood burning stove. The dining room also has an impressive fireplace with magnificent beam, two bread ovens, a wall of oak book/display shelves and a wood burning stove. The kitchen was refitted by the present owner to a particularly high standard, designed and fitted by Hatchery Kitchens. It includes floor mounted panel fronted cupboards, topped with granite, a central island with an AEG induction hob and oven below, an oil fired four oven AGA, a built-in American style fridge freezer and a built-in dishwasher. There is a boot room, utility with a range of shelving, pantry with a walk-in larder and a cloakroom to the eastern end of the house. A turning staircase with timber arches leads to the first floor landing and gives access to good sized bedrooms, the principal bedroom being particularly of note with a range of oak built hanging cupboards and a double aspect enjoying the glorious views. Both the bathroom and the shower room have been particularly well designed and fitted to a high standard with ceramic tiling, walk in showers and stylish sanitary ware. In addition to the main house, there is a pretty stone cottage and includes a well fitted kitchen/breakfast area, an open plan sitting room with an inglenook style fireplace with wood burning stove. There are two bedrooms, one with en suite and a well fitted bathroom.