Property of The Week : The Old Brick Works offers a building with character and charm

This four bedroomed home on the edge of Midsomer Norton is an unusual design, a nod to its previous life perhaps ?

By Susie Watkins

29th Aug 2023 | Property of the Week

You can clearly see the history in this building : the Old Brick Works
You can clearly see the history in this building : the Old Brick Works

You can still see the origins of this building now a restored detached period property, formerly the Old Brick Works part of many brick workings locally and these sited closest to clay beds.

Now a four bedroomed home, the house has retained its character and charm, with a modernisation into a large family home in a tucked away, quiet location, all arranged over three floors.

On sale for £625,000, the home is on the Chilcompton Road and is being marketed by Cooper & Tanner.

While the interior is lovely, the outdoor areas also have a lot to offer. The property is approached over a shared driveway leading to double gates with brick pillars either side into the private gravelled parking area providing parking for several vehicles and giving access to the detached single garage.

A wooden gate leads to the enclosed gardens with a paved seating area, lawned garden, additional paved seating area with a gazebo and mature borders. Wooden stairs lead up to the raised decked seating area with additional gravelled areas with lots of potential for further development, for example a conservatory or outdoor kitchen.


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