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plus two bedrooms with ensuite bath or shower rooms (one of these bedrooms is on the ground floor), and two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Downstairs, there’s ample accommodation for family life, at the centre of which is a stunning large kitchen/breakfast room with wood floor, range cooker, beamed ceilings and French doors to the gardens. There’s also a formal dining room, plus a drawing room, sitting room, office, utility space and cloakroom. Outside, the property is entered


through stone pillars and large wooden gates leading into a gravelled


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driveway. This borders the lawn and main garden, which is rich with herbaceous beds, shrubs and mature trees. At the rear of the house is a further entrance, which accesses the rear courtyard, open double garage with additional storage area, and a range of outbuildings. Adjoining the main garden at the front of the house is five acres of unspoilt meadowland bounded by the mill leat. Located in a cluster of cottages


just outside the main village, Mill House benefits from a pretty rural location but is also close to a thriving village with plenty of facilities and a great sense of community. WL


(Top, clockwise) Beautiful south-facing gardens; The property also includes an adjoining five-acre field; There are many period features, including flagstone floors and original fireplaces; The stunning, spacious kitchen/breakfast room


Mill House, Barton


6 Bedrooms 3 Reception rooms


Master bedroom with dressing room; Stunning spacious kitchen/breakfast room; Beautiful garden with views; Adjoining 5-acre field


Carter Jonas, 32 Chamberlain Street, Wells, BA5 2PJ; Tel: 01749 677667; www.carterjonas.co.uk


St. David, Somerset Guide price: £850,000


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