Work is progressing on this handsome Grade II Listed farmhouse near Minehead on the Somerset coast. Having been left unoccupied for several years, and with some some questionable rainwater design (approximately 70% of the roof draining to a single downpipe!), the building had lots of issues stemming from damp ingress as well as general deterioration.
There has been a lot of work over the past few months to get back to a solid base on this building. Now the new roof is on and the chimneys rebuilt, in time for any winter weather, the focus moves to the interior to bring this grand old house up to modern standards. When complete the house will have six generously proportioned bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities, to large receptions rooms and a farmhouse kitchen, as well as support spaces such as a boot room and larder with the original slate storage shelves. The interiors are designed in a traditional style with high quality materials, as befitting a historic property.