Pitney, Langport


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
A unique and historic detached Grade II listed home with annexe and mature gardens and grounds of 0.75 of an acre.


This unique Grade II listed detached home bursting with character and period charm set in the heart of the Somerset countryside. The house is believed to date back to circa 1600 and comprises a large craftsman's cottage and attached converted barn.

The character features include a stunning gallery reception hall and wood floor which leads through to a dining room with inglenook fireplace. The main sitting room is adjacent and has an original flagstone floor and large inglenook fireplace. The farmhouse kitchen is hand built with solid wood. In addition on the ground floor are a study and a cloakroom/boot room.

On the first floor are four double bedrooms (two with en suite), family bathroom and landing/study area which are accessed via two sets of stairs from the reception hall/dining room and the lounge. Accessed from a separate external door and also the laundry area is the Annexe which was constructed by the existing owners to sympathetically blend in.

The Annexe accommodation comprises kitchen, sitting room, double bedroom, shower room and store room. Ideal for dependant relatives or deriving an income.


The Old Thatch sits in a mature garden of approximately 0.75 of an acre and is accessed via a driveway to the side of the property which leads to ample parking and a turning areas.

In addition to this is a detached large, double garage and workshop. There are a number of beautiful paved sitting areas to the rear of the house which have been commissioned to make the most of the sun at different times of day. The main gardens lie beyond and are laid out with lawn and mature shrubs, trees and bushes including a number

of fruit trees. There is rear access that facilitates dog walking direct into the countryside.


Pitney is an idyllic village situated in South Somerset equidistant from Langport and Somerton. The village boasts a number of amenities including farm shop, award winning pub and church and, in Somerton and Langport, a wider range amenities including supermarkets, shops, doctors, dentist, pharmacy, post office and a choice of pubs and restaurants. Also close by are Street (home of Clarks Village and Millfield School) and the historic towns of Glastonbury and Sherborne. The larger towns of Yeovil and Taunton provide national names for shopping and business facilities. Education is well provided for with Primary Schools in Langport, Somerton and High Ham and a secondary school with sixth form at the local Huish Episcopi Academy with a mini-bus running from the village. There is also higher education at Yeovil, Taunton and Bridgwater.


Oil fired central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity.


Strictly by appointment with the vendors' selling agents, Stags, Yeovil office, Telephone 01935 475000.


From the B3153, near the Halfway House pub, turn into Pitney at the signpost. Down the hill, past the road on the left, over the bridge and left round the bend. The Old Thatch is the sixth on the right.

Arrange viewing 01935 321902

Stags - Yeovil

4-6 Park Rd, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 1DZ

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