Properties in Wells

Brooklands in West Pennard is on the market with Roderick Thomas

This week's property of the week is a real gem – with plenty of space and a prime location it's the sort of property that doesn't come to market every day.

Agent Roderick Thomas said, "Brooklands is a spacious modern home in an absolute prime location in West Pennard, just a short skip from Glastonbury, Wells and Street. Tucked away on Church Lane - a quiet a cul-de-sac - you're barely a 10 minute stroll from The Lion at West Pennard one of the best dining pubs in the area - and just steps away from the village hall and primary school."

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The exterior

This glorious barn conversion in Huxham has loads of versatile accommodation, as well as stabling, barns and around two acres of land.

There are some beautiful features throughout the home ­– high pitched and vaulted ceilings, exposed beams , oak timberwork and stonework. Many of the ground floor rooms feature French windows that give direct access to the lovely gardens.

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The exterior of the home

If you're looking to escape to the country, to a family home with oodles of character then this week's property of the week might just be for you.

It's in the charming village of Stone Allerton, close to Wedmore and just a short drive from Wells. Agent Roderick Thomas said, "This is a handsome, substantial house which sits comfortably within its gardens and conveys a quiet, settled feeling throughout. It's been here for centuries and will be so for many more to come."

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The open plan living area is flooded with light

This week's Property of the Week isn't the kind of thing that comes to market very often.

Agent Roderick Thomas said: "If you're after a highly sophisticated, uber-contemporary, brand new designer home, Mendip View will stop you in your tracks. Terrific use of light and space, this property in Henton – between Wells and Wedmore – is a veritable feast of cutting-edge design and style."

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If history, charm and character and contemporary comforts are on your wish list for your new home, then Yew Tree Farm in Wookey might be the property for you.

Originally a working farm until the 1930s, Yew Tree Farm is one of the oldest houses in the village, known to date back to the 15th Century but believed have origins in the 12th or 13th century. The house, Grade 11 listed, stands comfortably within its gardens and has stone elevations under a double Roman tiled roof. It has been carefully restored to create a beautiful, comfortable home, whilst retaining many original historic details. These include flagstone floors, a large inglenook fireplace with oak mantel and bread oven, a hand carved (on site) elm staircase, a winding stone staircase leading to gallery floor, oak beams and a cruck roof.

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The living room and dining room are partly separated by a fireplace with wood burning stove

This week's property of the week has an abundance of space and is full of character.

The kitchen is a dream for keen cooks, with plenty of cupboards and worksurfaces, as well as built-in appliances including a dishwasher, so there will be no arguments over who has to do the washing up! The entrance hall, hallway and rear hallway provide extra storage space, as well as some cosy nooks idea for curling up with a book or enjoying a quiet cup of coffee.

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