Tail Mill, Merriott, Yeovil, Somerset for Zero C

Posted by admin - February 27, 2017 - Showhomes

Tail Mill, set in the idyllic Somerset village of Merriott, is perfectly placed for all the benefits of countryside living. Naturally diverse and scenically beautiful, this expansive county offers market towns, coastal retreats and national parks ensuring that there is always somewhere new to explore.

A real community spirit runs through this small village; many local clubs hold their activities in the restored Tithe Barn community hall and the rustic charm of The Swan Inn dates back to the 17th century. Popular nearby eateries include the family friendly and award winning Lord Poulett Arms in Hinton St George and The White Horse in Haselbury Plucknett who champion local produce. The village provides many of amenities one might need including leisure facilities, schools, general convenience stores, a butcher, post office and much more.
With a mix of contemporary and sympathetically enhanced original listed buildings, Tail Mill stands proudly on the edge of Merriott, offering a broad range of property styles to suit all home buyers. Each property has been designed to complement its setting, incorporating traditional style and character features typical of the area, with a combination of local natural stone and timber cladding beneath tiled or slate roofs. Internally these properties offer superb accommodation finished to exacting standards in a contemporary style, whilst retaining classical character and charm.
Tail Mill seamlessly eases between old and new properties; if a luxurious family home with character, set in beautiful surroundings, is what you are looking for then Tail Mill has the home for you.

New i.d Interiors were commissioned by developers Zero C to interior design, supply and fit out the show home. Victoria Kember the lead interior designer for the project said” The design of this show house was a mix between contemporary and country living. Throughout there is a mixture of wood, textures and colours. The open living area wallpaper is a vibrant coral and turquoise design of wet paint drying bringing in colour. The deep buttoned detail of the occasional chairs brings in a hint of traditional with the mix of woods keeping the feel contemporary. The master bedroom carries this theme with a deep buttoned headboard upholstered in indigo coloured linen, giving a masculine feel with the feminine coming in with metallic wallpaper with hand painted birds. The guest bedroom has a calmer feel to it with use of pinks and greys and floral fabrics, these contrasts with the heavy wooden side table and wardrobe. Overall the design is very country, bringing the outside in, for a luxury family home

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