A Grade II Listed 15th century Hall House with seven bedrooms and a three bed coach house.
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Formerly a three-bay mediaeval Hall House, Langaller Manor House is a substantial period property offering almost 5,400 sq. ft. of light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over two floors with additional garaging and accommodation in a detached Coach House. The property has been significantly improved by the current owners and has developed into a successful quality bed and breakfast business, offering the prospective purchaser an opportunity to pursue a home-based business opportunity or to use the Coach House as self-contained accommodation for teenage or independent elderly family members. Langaller Manor House has been awarded Taste of the West "No. 1 Place To Go" 2018/2019. The property combines the amenities of modern living with a wealth of retained character features including exposed beams and inglenook fireplaces.
The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming wooden-floored reception hall with feature oak staircase. There is a large front aspect drawing room with feature inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove and a spacious front aspect dining room with wooden floor and also with feature open inglenook fireplace. The generous rear aspect sitting room features wooden flooring and freestanding woodburning stove, a well-proportioned music room, useful study and a large gym with French doors to the gardens and a neighbouring contemporary family bathroom with plunge bath. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a generous dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room with a separate fitted utility room. The kitchen provides a range of wall and floor units and a breakfast bar with wooden worktops, a double Belfast sink and an inglenook with large range cooker and extending into a rear aspect breakfast area with space for a table for more informal dining and access to the rear garden.
On the first floor, the property offers a spacious front aspect master bedroom with a dressing room and a large en suite bathroom with separate walk-in shower. There is an additional bedroom with en suite shower room, five further well-proportioned bedrooms and a generous family shower room.
Langaller Manor House is approached over a sweeping driveway with large grassed turning circle providing parking for multiple vehicles and giving access to the detached Coach House, which comprises two ground floor garages and a workshop together with three first floor bedrooms, all with en suite facilities. The formal gardens to the front aspect feature a variety of mature trees including an impressive Wellingtonia sequoia, an ornamental fish pond and well-stocked flowerbeds together with a large level area, ripe for re-conversion into a tennis court. The remaining gardens to the side and rear of the property feature expanses of level lawn bordered by mature shrubs and trees together with a small orchard and a fruit and vegetable garden with greenhouses and a stone store, the whole totalling some 2.26 acres. The gardens offer a host of opportunities for entertaining and al fresco dining with a large terrace with feature outdoor lighting, a summer house and a substantial oval pavilion easily able to accommodate 12 diners.
Langaller Manor House lies in a secluded position at the end of a quiet no-through road in the hamlet of Langaller. Nearby Monkton Heathfield and Creech St. Michael provide a range of day-to-day amenities including village shopping, a Co-op food store, Post Office, medical centres, public houses, an arts centre, a veterinarian, village hall, church and popular primary and secondary education.
The county town of Taunton lies less than 4 miles to the southwest and offers all the services one might expect from a regional centre including independent and High Street shopping, a theatre, cafés, bars and restaurants and a hospital. The area offers excellent leisure amenities including Taunton Race Course, Somerset County Cricket Ground and outstanding walking, cycling and riding opportunities in the Quantock Hills to the north, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Communications links are excellent, with the nearby M5 giving access to major regional towns and the national motorway network. Taunton station offers a direct service to London Paddington and there are international airports in both Bristol and Exeter, the latter offering a growing number of national and international flights, including daily flights to London City Airport.
There is an excellent selection of schools in the area, including West Monkton C of E School, Creech St. Michael C of E Primary School and Heathfield Community School (rated Outstanding by Ofsted). Noteworthy independent schools include Kings Hall, Millfield School, Kings College, Taunton, Queens College, Wellington and Chard.
From the M5, at junction 25 take the A358 exit signposted Taunton/Yeovil and after 0.2 miles at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Toneway (A358). Follow this road for 0.6 miles then at the Creech Castle traffic lights turn right onto Bridgwater Road (A38). After 1.5 miles at the first roundabout take the 3rd exit then continue over the next two roundabouts. At the third roundabout turn right towards Creech St. Michael and after around 300 yards turn left at the signpost to Langaller. Follow this road almost to its end and Langaller Manor House can be found on the right-hand side.Read all
- Substantial property measuring approximately 5,369 sq. ft.
- Three bedroom coach house
- Approximately 2.26 acres
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