Pillmoor Lane, Coxley, Nr. WELLS, Somerset
offers over†£500,000
REDUCED TO 'OFFERS OVER 500K' LOOKING FOR A QUICK SALE AND IDEALLY TO CASH BUYERS ABLE TO PROCEED QUICKLY ...... THIS INTERESTING PROJECT IS WELL SUITED TO THOSE LOOKING FOR A REGULAR INCOME .... Harters Hill Cottage is a period property in need of refurbishment throughout. Close to the city of Wells, this interesting 17th century property retains many original features including old exposed Oak beams and an inglenook fireplace. Originally three farmerís cottages with a small orchard and some out buildings the property has been extended over the centuries. More recently a four bedroom family home with two en suites as well as a family bathroom, the cottage was recently divided to provide a two bedroom home as well as a two bedroom cottage. This is in addition to the two holiday cottages which previously provided a regular income. In a plot of around one acre with very private gardens, there is also a large detached carport and garage with an adjoining workshop, also offering potential (STPP). In addition there are two entrances from the road leading to off road parking for several cars. Chain free.

Ground Floor

The entrance hallway has exposed natural stone walls, exposed beams and wooden stairs to the first floor. Original entrance could also be used as the entrance into 'Spiders End Cottage' if investors choose to split in to two dwellings. SITTING ROOM: 16' x 12' 4" (4.88m x 3.76m) Dual aspect room with an Inglenook fireplace with original bread oven and a heavy beam over. Exposed beams and under stairs storage. DINING ROOM: 12' 4" x 10' 6" (3.76m x 3.20m) Wooden door with second staircase up to the master bedroom suite. Exposed beam. Window to the rear and French doors out to the CONSERVATORY: 9' 9" x 9' 4" (2.97m x 2.84m) French doors out to a small patio. KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM: 26' 11" x 11' 1" (8.20m x 3.38m) Triple aspect room with a range of painted wooden wall and base units with granite work surfaces and a sunken stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Stainless steel double oven with halogen hob and integrated hood over. Plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. Recessed spot lights, exposed ceiling beams and a ladder style radiator. Door to the STUDY or BOOT ROOM: 12' 8" x 9' (3.86m x 2.74m) Another dual aspect room with a glazed door leading outside. Natural stone walls, ceramic tiled floor and door to a downstairs WC. Back to the main hallway and access into rooms which could form part of a holiday let, currently set up as 'Spiders End Cottage' including the LIVING ROOM 21' 2" x 11' 5" (6.45m x 3.48m) Spacious triple aspect room split into a lounge and dining area with a central fireplace and a feature stone hearth. Wooden parquet flooring. French doors to an outside patio. Some exposed stonework. Door to the ADDITIONAL KITCHEN: 12' 6" x 7' 5" (3.81m x 2.26m) Currently used as a kitchen in the holiday let end of the property but could be a useful utility room is changed back to one main family home. Back in to the main hall and main staircase leading to the:

First Floor

MASTER BEDROOM: 17' 10" x 12' 4" (5.44m x 3.76m) Accessed from the main landing and also stairs from the dining room. Triple aspect room including wonderful views of the open countryside. Exposed wooden beams and recessed spot lights. Door to the MASTER EN SUITE: Window to the rear. Panelled bath, wash hand basin and LLWC. Fully tiled shower cubicle. Exposed wooden beams, spotlights and a ladder style radiator. Back to the secondary landing and stairs to the second floor (loft space) and into BEDROOM TWO: 13' 6" x 8' 2" (4.11m x 2.49m) Exposed wooden beams in sloping ceilings with roof lights and some eaves storage. Door to EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM: Fully tiled shower cubicle, wash hand basin and a LLWC. Ceramic tiled floor. Window to the side. Ceiling spot lights. Back to the main landing and BEDROOM THREE: 11' 10" x 10' 1" (3.61m x 3.07m) Window to the side. Exposed beam, wall lights. Door to EN SUITE: Fully tiled corner shower, wash hand basin and a LLWC. Roof light, ceramic tiled floor and recessed spot lights. BEDROOM FOUR: 11' 5" x 9' 6" (3.48m x 2.90m) Window to the side. Built in wardrobe, exposed beam and wall lights. FAMILY SHOWER ROOM: Fully tiled corner shower cubicle. Wash hand basin and a LLWC. Exposed beams and roof light.


There is a pedestrian gate from the lane providing access to Harters Hill Cottage. There are also two wooden five bar gates provide access from the road to the garage and the holiday cottages. The plot benefits from very private gardens mainly laid to lawn with established shrub borders giving privacy to each of the holiday letting cottages. In all the plot extends to around one acre and includes many mature trees and hedges. The borders have a large selection of ornamental shrubs and flowering plants. There are five small ponds, two with fountains and an old well on the main patio, not working.

Garage, Carport and Adjoining Workshop

In interesting detached building with lots of potential (STPP). Garage and Car Port: 20' 6" x 18' 8" (6.25m x 5.69m) Two wooden five bar gates provide access from the road to the garage and carport with power and lighting and parking for two vehicles. The gates also have gravel lanes leading to the two holiday cottages with their own private parking. The garage and carport has a door into the ADDITIONAL WORKSHOP: 37' 2" x 9' 1" (11.33m x 2.77m) Double wooden doors to front and a pedestrian door from the carport. Concrete floor, power and lighting. Double wooden door to rear.

The HOLIDAY LET Cottages

Both cottages previously provided a regular income. They are contrasting in style and are both in need of refurbishment. Detached and enjoying a high degree of privacy from each other. In addition one half of the main house was previously let out providing the option of income from three units along with further potential from other outbuildings (STPP). The detached holiday lettings include 'POTTING SHED': Single storey detached cottage with a double bedroom and living room area with an en-suite shower room as well as a separate kitchen. Outside there is a patio area next to the property and a private parking bay. 'MIDDLE EARTH': Unique fairytale style detached single storey timber building made up of four pods providing an open plan living room and kitchen, a hall, double bedroom and a shower room. Outside there is a private parking bay and the garden area relevant to this cottage.

About the Area

Coxley is a small village with facilities including a village hall, primary school, church and a public house. Situated just outside the city of Wells, there are regular bus services to Bristol, Taunton, Yeovil, Bridgwater and into Wells itself which has a fine range of shopping including the recent addition of Waitrose. Schooling is well catered for in the area with state and private schools at all levels including Wells Cathedral School and Millfield. Coxley lies in the catchment area for the well renowned secondary school, The Blue School, in Wells. There is easy access to the M5, A303 as well as Bristol and Bath to the North. The main line train station at Castle Cary is 11 miles away with a direct route to Paddington, London.