Jacobean Era – Somerset, England

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Added to OHD on 4/29/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   22 Comments
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North Cheriton, Templecombe, Somerset

  • £1,500,000
    $1,997,137 USD
  • 7 Bed
  • 3 Bath
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A superb and very attractive former Rectory, nestled in a most sought after village, with a delightful garden.

Former Rectory, Altered and Renovated in 2006, Entrance Hall, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Study, Cloakroom, Family Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Sitting Room, Laundry Room, Larder, Garden Room, Cellar

First Floor
Master Bedroom adjoining Bathroom, Bedroom 2 with adjoining Bathroom, Bedroom 3, Bedroom 4, Bedroom 5, Family Bathroom

Second Floor
Bedroom 6, Bedroom 7

Large Wooden Shed/Games Room, Wood Store, Double Garage, Tool Shed, Stone Build Workshop, Delightful Garden and Grounds, Parking for three cars outside house and further parking by garage

In all just under 2 acres (0.81 hectares)
Contact Information
-, Jackson-Stops, Sherborne
01935 589017
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22 Comments on Jacobean Era – Somerset, England

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11845 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    A Fergus share. 🙂

  2. Boxwood says: 45 comments

    If I were granted 1 last indulgence in life it would be to see MORE PICTURES OF THIS PLACE!!! I’m salavating over this place and just need more………waaaaaaa….

  3. BethanyBethany says: 3501 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    What a stunning house! Everything about it is perfect, and so well photographed. No pictures of the kitchen or baths though; I expect they are just as great as the rest.

  4. Brenda says: 57 comments

    Love to see old houses from other countries ! Certainly puts time in a different perspective. ?

  5. JamieK says: 19 comments

    I could sit and read under that apple tree all day long (Outlander seems like a good choice!)

  6. Carley says: 5 comments

    This is one of the most charming places I’ve ever seen…inside and outside!

  7. Kristi E says: 49 comments

    You can see this house in street view. The road it is on isn’t labeled, but if you locate St. John the Baptist church, it’s on the road that goes between the church and Hardings Ln. The side wall of the house is right up against the road. If you keep going down that road, you’ll pass the town hall and then at the corner of Hardings Lane, there is an adorable place with a thatched roof.

    • Karen says: 1148 comments

      What village is this in? I don’t think it said. I wonder why it’s so “desirable.” This house is sure desirable!!!

      • Karen says: 1 comments

        Duh. If I’d read the description I’d have seen where it was! I looked up North Cheriton and it’s not on the ocean, which is all that is needed to make this listing Poldark-y!
        I must say, they sure treated ministers pretty good way back when, to give them and their families a house like this to live in! I love it!

  8. Glenn Hahn says: 56 comments

    WOW! More more more….. looks like its on quite a bit of land as well

  9. Emma HenryEmma Henry says: 67 comments
    El Paso, TX

    For such a splendid house, so warm and welcoming. I just love it.

  10. VMaloneyVMaloney says: 98 comments

    Thankyou Fergus for posting these wonderful homes….I just love looking at them and dreaming….

  11. Rian Adams says: 1 comments

    What a beautiful and soulful home! The sun room alone…. stunning.

  12. Connie Murray says: 118 comments

    Stunning — looks like something out of Jane Austen — I’ll take it please!

  13. debra says: 16 comments

    ahhhhh, stunning, fun to dream over, thank you!

  14. Sadie says: 48 comments

    Awesome… the “room: built in the staircase looks a bit odd. Wonder what the original was like.

  15. Jb says: 101 comments

    Let me check my bank account…this shouldn’t take but a second or two….uhhmmm, yep, balance states this one is slightly outta reach for me! Lol Very beautiful property and home. Any additional pictures would be appreciated and nice to view if the realtor has more to share! Anyone have an idea on original build date? The pdf has more pictures and some info, but nothing to pinpoint the original date.

  16. KarenZKarenZ says: 1200 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Thank you so much for explaining the Jacobean era–I was actually wondering what time in history that it was built in!

  17. KarenZKarenZ says: 1200 comments
    OHD Supporter

    The house is very charming and those gardens are divine! Thank you so much, Fergus, for sharing these beauties!

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