Commercial - Hotels/Catering
A home with income - superb lifestyle opportunity. The house is a delightful four-bedroomed former rectory full of character and in excellent condition. The extensive plot contains three high quality two-bedroomed holiday cottages which provide a useful income from an easily managed lifestyle business. The house is set up for and is ideally located to operate immediately as a B&B, having four en-suite bedrooms.
Set in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Old Rectory is on the A39 at Kilve and dates back to the early 19th century. The A39 is the main tourist route to The Quantocks, Minehead and Exmoor. The house was the village rectory until the mid-1980s. Constructed of stone under a slate roof, it retains much of its original features and charm. Windows are double glazed throughout. All four bedrooms are en suite and are decorated to a high standard. There is a small garden to the front (approx. 20.0m X 5.5m) and an attractive patio area (approx. 5.0m X 10.0m) to the rear, ideally suited to summer entertaining. A large owner's garden (approx. 40.0m X 19.0m), bordered by a leat, contains a vegetable patch, fruit trees and two walnut trees. The three holiday cottages are of a high standard and are being sold as a going concern.. Bookings are managed by an agent. Each cottage has an allocated garden in addition to the gardens outlined above. A gravel drive leads to a large parking area to the rear of the overall plot.
The Old Rectory is close to the centre of Kilve village with its shop and pub. Both the sea and the Quantock Hills are approximately one mile away. The county town of Taunton is approximately 18 miles south of Kilve. The rural centre of Williton with banks and shops is approximately 5 miles away.
An enclosed Entrance Porch leads to the Entrance Hall with a Victorian feature tiled floor and under-stairs cupboard. Doors to:
Sitting Room overlooking front garden, with bay window, Saltillo terracotta floor tiles and inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove.
Dining Room overlooking front garden with bay window, stone fireplace and solid oak flooring.
Rear Hallway with natural slate flooring and doors leading to:
Cloakroom, with low level wc, pedestal hand basin, tiled floor and window onto rear patio.
Study with natural slate floor, double opening hardwood door and window onto rear patio.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room with bespoke reclaimed pine cupboards, granite worktops, oil fired AGA cooker, walk-in larder, two windows and natural slate floor. Door to
Utility Room with stainless steel sink, a range of cupboards, wiring for electric cooker, plumbing for washing machine, oil central heating boiler and tiled floor.
Landing with skylight window and doors leading to:
Bedroom 1 Exposed varnished wooden floor, cast iron fireplace, two fitted wardrobes, en suite bathroom with bath and mains shower over, windows facing road/Quantock Hills.
Bedroom 2 Carpeted, cast iron fireplace, fitted wardrobe, en suite bathroom with enclosed electric shower, windows facing road/Quantock Hills
Bedroom 3 Carpeted, fitted wardrobe, large en suite with enclosed electric shower, airing cupboard, windows facing bridleway/open fields.
Bedroom 4 Carpeted, cast iron fireplace, en suite bathroom with electric shower, window overlooking cottages.
All three cottages have two bedrooms and their own allocated garden areas. They are decorated and furnished to a high standard. Ful details, latest booking information and photographs can be vied on holidaycottages.co.uk under codes olrec, olreh and thecr. Each is centrally heated by radiators. There is a separate large parking area to the rear for use by the holiday cottages, leaving the main forecourt for the owners and B&B customers as required. The smallest cottage has a combined living/dining/kitchen area; the medium one has a separate kitchen/dining room while the largest cottage has an upstairs lounge, a separate kitchen/dining room as well
These are for general guidance only. You are responsible to confirm accuracy by inspection.