- Characterful detached modern house with ample parking
- Sought after central Bruton backwater location
- Four bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Stone built unlisted outbuilding with power, woodburner, water, and soil waste supply
- Cedar clad studio adjoining also with power
- Huge gardens leading across a stream with a bridge to the river, firepit, and raised wooden home office with power
- Large detached oak and timber frame studio with zinc roof with own garden and parking
- Fantastic opportunity – no onward chain
Millwood is a bright and light modern house in a truly sought after central Bruton location, away from the High Street in a tranquil, private corner of the town. Built of local stone in 2015 with cedar wood cladding, oak framed windows and doors and polished concrete floors on the ground floor with underfloor heating. There is oak flooring throughout the upstairs and an Xpelair heat exchanger system throughout the building.
Walking into this fantastic light space there is a cloakroom, utility room, open kitchen with stone surfaces, glass and oak window doors opening onto the large decking area. The living area is beyond with wood burner, sun pipe, and again glass and oak windows offering a full vista over the gardens. There is a built-in floor to ceiling bookcase.
There is a ground floor bedroom with a shower.
Upstairs there are a further three double bedrooms - all have tv and internet ports. The main bedroom has a lovely ensuite and a panoramic gable window over the garden. There is also a family bathroom.
Outside is truly magical. A wonderful garden with large lawned areas - a secret woodland copse reached via a private wooden troll bridge! A lovely studio, firepit, covered full log store, and with the sound of the Brue at the bottom of the garden it's simply enchanting. There is also a stone built unlisted outbuilding with power, woodburner, water and soil waste supply with cedar studio adjoining also with power.
Bord Hall is quite something. The sister property to Millwood was built in 2013 on the site of a former tin church. It now stands in its own glory of modern architecture - cedar clad with a stunning zinc roof - concrete polished floors with underfloor heating, and an oak staircase to a stylish mezzanine. Internally exposed solid oak frame, with internal and external lighting design add to the charming style. Large oak framed glass windows on the north and south of the building fill the Bord Hall with natural light. A curved wooden ceiling allows for wonderful acoustics in the building. There is a kitchen, shower room, stylish wooden cupboards, and a store. Garden and parking. All in all just wonderful!