Cheddar area Property of the Week: Four-bedroom home for sale in Mark with equestrian facilities
By Tim Lethaby
2nd Nov 2021 | Property of the Week
Our property section is full of great homes in the Cheddar area.
Here is our top pick for the week:
Four-bedroom semi-detached home with equestrian facilities in Yarrow Road, Mark, offered for sale by Charles Barnard Estate Agents.
Quantock View is a very attractive four-bedroomed, semi-detached cottage which has been extended and renovated by the current owners to a very high standard. It is situated on the outskirts of the village of Mark in a desirable rural position with views.
The local village store and post office, two local pubs and artisan bakery are within walking distance.
In addition, this charming period home includes equestrian facilities with stables and a pony enclosure on one side of the lane, and stables set within 1.75 acres of land on the other.
The ground floor accommodation includes a large sitting room, a dining room which is open plan to the kitchen, a utility room and a downstairs WC. The design and features are much in keeping with modern family living.
On the first floor the spacious master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and takes in stunning countryside views. There are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and has a large patio outside the kitchen and dining room. The garden overlooks the rhine and takes in the fabulous countryside views.
The rhine is controlled by the drainage board and is popular with local fishers. Alongside the detached garage there is a pony enclosure with two stables and a hay barn, with direct access from the road.
On the opposite side of the road there is a large field shelter, hay barn and tack-room, a large hardstanding area and paddocks all set within 1.75 acres.
To find out more and to book a viewing, visit charlesbarnard.co.uk.
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