£285,000 - 3 bedroom house for sale - Mill Street, Withycombe, Withycombe

Key Features

Unique and Individual Property

Three Bedrooms

Converted Chapel


Popular Village Location

Vaulted Ceilings

Private and Secluded Gardens


Chapel Cottage is a unique and charming character property situated in a quiet tucked away corner of this popular village. The accommodation consists of a charming two bedroom 18th century cottage with adjoining one bedroom open plan chapel that was built in 1846. The chapel has been converted to create a stunning open plan kitchen/dining room and lounge with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams along with a staircase leading to a galleried bedroom with en-suite shower room. The cottage has a good size reception room, downstairs bathroom and kitchen. To the first floor there are two bedrooms the master accessed through the bedroom two. To the outside there is a private and secluded secret garden which has areas of lawn, sheds, several useful outbuildings and a small orchard. To the rear is a large area of shingle which provides parking for around 3 cars and again two further stone sheds with power and light.

Withycombe is a pretty village approximately four miles from the coastal resort of Minehead known as 'the gateway to Exmoor', two and half miles from sandy beaches at Blue Anchor and approximately 20 miles from Taunton, the county town of Somerset which boasts a mainline rail link to London Paddington and access to the M5 motorway network. Withycombe is situated upon the edge of Exmoor National Park making it a great base to explore the beautiful surrounding countryside and other places of interest such as the medieval village of Dunster, Tarr Steps and the Quantock Hills, the UK's first designated area of outstanding natural beauty.

Proceed out of Minehead towards Williton and through the village of Carhampton. After leaving Carhampton follow the road towards the dual carriageway and take the right hand turn towards Withycombe. Proceed into the village and take the second right turning and continue past the church, there is a shallow ford bearing left and the property is situated on the left.



Front Porch:
Single glazed window to front aspect, quarry tiled floor, heater and solid wooden door to:

Kitchen/dining Room: 15' x 11'6 (4.56m x 3.13m)
Wooden double glazed window to front aspect. Range of base and wall units with worktop surface over, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap over. Integrated eye level electric cooker and electric hob. Space for fridge freezer. Single radiator.

Lounge: 15' x 11'6 (4.56m x 3.50m)
Two large stained glass windows to rear aspect, multi fuel burner on tiled hearth and double radiator. Reclaimed stairs to galleried bedroom.

Bedroom: 10'3 x 8'11 (3.14m x 2.71m)
Wooden double glazed window to front aspect, built in wardrobe, access to loft space, exposed beams.

En Suite Shower Room:
Single shower cubicle, low level WC, wash hand basin, tiled walls, extractor fan.

Front Porch:
Single glazed window to front aspect, tiled floor and stable door to:

Lounge/Sitting Room: 16'1 x 10'2 (4.90m x 3.10m)
Double aspect room with single glazed window to front and side aspects. Wood burner set in exposed stone fireplace, under stairs cupboard, three wall lights, decorative wood panelling, radiator and door to:

Inner Hall:
Cupboard and doors to:

Wooden window to rear aspect. Bathroom suite comprising: panel enclosed bath, wash hand basin and low level WC. Tiled walls and radiator. 

Steps to:

Rear Kitchen/Utility Room: 11'10 x 4'3 (3.60m x 1.30m)
Wooden window to rear aspect overlooking the garden. Stainless steel sink unit, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge freezer, floor mounted oil fired boiler, radiator. Stable door to garden.

Stairs rising to:

Bedroom One: 12'1 x 7'11 (3.69m x 2.40m)
Window to side aspect overlooking garden. Radiator.

Bedroom Two: 12'1 x 8'2 (3.69m x 2.49m)
Window to front aspect overlooking the ford. Built in cupboards. Access to bedroom one and loft space and radiator.

The property is approached from the rear parking area which is enclosed by a stone wall and gate leading to the garden area and the property.  There are two sheds either side of the steps with power to both, two further workshops and a stone garden shed, a small orchard with 3 apple trees and a plum tree. Car parking area for approx. 4 cars and a log store, steps down to the garden area. There is also a private and secluded secret garden which has areas of lawn.

Tenure: Freehold. 

Council Tax: Band D.

Services: Oil fired central heating, water and drainage.

Agents Note: There is a right of way across the edge of the boundary for the neighbouring property to access their area of garden.

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) graphs.