On the outskirts of Henstridge, an attractive, single-storey, mid-18th cent.
cottage at the end of a 200 yard drive with working apple orchards (juicing in autumn) and paddocks grazed by sheep and miniature Shetland ponies on either side.
It nestles at the end of a beautiful garden (shared with the owner), a real suntrap (table/chairs, barbecue, guinea pigs) enclosed by stone walls.
The cottage adjoins the owner's converted threshing barn.
Home-produced eggs and prize-winning apple juice available.
The cottage has beams, leaded windows and polished pine floors (rugs).
Gravelled drive and yard to 2 shallow steps up to front door.
Hall, off which living/dining/kitchen (washing machine, microwave, fridge, electric cooker) overlooking the garden, with high ceiling, woodburner and TV/DVD.
Two pretty, pink bedrooms (Velux windows) - a small single, and a double.
Bathroom (suite with corner bath with seat, shower over and hand-shower).
Transport from/to train station (by arrangement).
No children under 4.
A peaceful, relaxing place with a short walk into the village, lovely Nat.
Trust properties to visit in the area and Thomas Hardy country and scenic hill forts to explore; plus a smart 9-hole Golf course.