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Bennetts Lane, Binegar, Radstock - BA3 4UG

Guide Price £1,000,000

Type: Detached House

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4

Receptions: 3

Guide Price £1,000,000 - £1,250,000. Stunning detached coach house originally built in 1800s & extended over the years. Spectacular grounds approx. 2.5 acres. 4 double bedrooms, 4 bathrooms & versatile living accommodation. Garage plus additional outbuildings.

  • Spectacular detached coach house originally built in 1800s & extended over the years
  • Picturesque rural location with far reaching countryside views
  • Stunning gardens, lawns & orchards extending to over 2.5 acres
  • Grand principal suite with a balcony, en-suite & dressing room
  • 3 further double bedrooms & bathrooms plus a loft room
  • Versatile accommodation with 4 reception rooms
  • Double garage & 3 outbuildings. Substantial parking for several cars
  • Convenient for access to Bath, Bristol & Babington House


GUIDE PRICE £1,000,000

Property Description: Guide Price £1,000,000 - £1,250,000.
This absolutely stunning property is nestled in the heart of Somerset in the quiet village of Binegar. The Coach House provides over 4000 sq feet of accommodation, largely on one level, with a principal suite on the first floor. The layout of the house lends itself to being truly flexible with the potential to create self contained accommodation if required. With close links to Wells and other surrounding villages, you get the best of both worlds - a sense of being remote while at the same time being close to all amenities.

The Coach House was originally built in the 1800s and has been extended over the years to the house we are selling today. It is approached through double electric gates from a quiet country lane. Occupying approximately 2.5 acres of land, both the house and the grounds are beautifully presented.

What immediately strikes you as you enter the house is the sheer amount of natural light. This is a theme that is maintained throughout the house starting from the entrance hall with its view through to the dining room glass wall. The conservatory, the main living room, the utility room and adjacent shower room are the newest additions to this property. If required, some of these rooms could be used to create self contained living quarters for a relative or even as a holiday let, subject to the usual consents.

The spacious living room is over 455 square feet and has five sets of double doors/tall windows that provide a view of the spectacular gardens. This room also has underfloor heating and a stone fireplace with a Jotul log burner.

Also to the ground floor is a study and an open double reception room. This room has a beautiful marble fireplace and full length windows and doors looking out onto the gardens and lends itself perfectly for entertaining. The dining area leads through to a sitting room where your guests can retire after dinner.

The conservatory is temperature controlled and was designed and built by David Salisbury and is the perfect place to enjoy the magnificent views across the garden.

There is a modern fitted kitchen with granite worktops and extensive high gloss units. The integrated appliances include a fridge, a dishwasher and a freestanding Esse oven with an Esse extractor hood fitted above.

The principal suite is on the first floor. This room is well proportioned and has hard wood flooring and ample built-in heated wardrobes. There is a skylight and almost one whole wall taken up with the windows and doors that lead out onto the balcony with the far reaching views. There is a modern fitted en-suite shower room and a private dressing room. On this same floor, the other side of the staircase, is a loft room (with decreasing head height). With plenty of natural light coming in from the skylight, the current owners used this room as a reading room.

The are a further three double bedrooms all to the ground floor and they each have a portrait windows looking on to the garden. Two of the double bedrooms have full en-suite shower rooms.

Outside: It is difficult to convey quite how magnificent the gardens are. There are multiple "rooms" that all have very individual themes and colour palettes. There are very formal areas leading to more relaxed orchards and lawns. From the fish pond with feature waterfall to the box hedging; the ornamental knot garden to the courtyard garden; the white garden to the rose garden; the orchard to the greenhouse and polytunnel one wanders from one horticultural delight to the next.

There are various outbuildings including a good sized double garage; two loose boxes and a shed currently used as a woodstore. There is an extensive gravel area that provides ample parking with a good size turning area.

Location: The quiet village of Binegar sits a mile off the A37 near the larger village of Chilcompton and is only and is only 5 miles from the bustling high street of Wells. The village has a church, pub and a lively social scene should you wish to get involved. There is also a Post Office and village shop which sells the most amazing Bacon Baps on a Friday morning. The village is served by two local junior schools in Chewton Mendip and Oakhill, both well regarded.

The picturesque city of Wells has a bustling High Street and provides a range of local amenities with four supermarkets (Waitrose being the closest), a cinema, leisure centre, numerous coffee shops, pubs and restaurants to choose from, several dentists and doctors, some fabulous independent shops and even some art shops for those seeking something a little different. There are also famous historical landmarks such as the Cathedral and Bishop Palace, as well as a twice weekly produce market. There are excellent state schools in the vicinity St Joseph and St Teresa Catholic Primary School and The Blue School as well as independent schools including All Hallows Prep School, Downside, Millfield and Wells Cathedral School.

Directions: = BA3 4UG / What3Words = trucks.indulges.blazers

Council Tax: Band E (correct at time of marketing). To check council tax for this property, please refer to

Local Authority: Somerset Council - 0300 123 2224

Services: Oil central heating with LPG for cooking and ancillary heating, mains electricity, mains water & private drainage with a septic tank

Tenure: This property is freehold and is sold with vacant possession upon completion.
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