Somerset BS29. Small regency/Georgian manor house, dating from about 1820, Grade II listed, believed to be built on the site of a Tudor residence built by Thomas Godwyn, Bishop of Bath and Wells 1584-1590. Southerly aspect well-presented house with period fireplaces and architraves. Many original features - iron fire with marble surround, shutters, library, 1820's dresser, Aga, Belfast sink, brass water pump, wall mounted gun rack, flagstones etc.The fine Bath stone lintels, oak doorways and utility room door all believed to originate from the earlier dwelling. The property stands well back from the road, with stone pillared gateway and sweeping drive. 4 reception, 5 bedrooms, croquet lawn, pergola, vines, Dutch barn style oak garage, huge Victorian walled garden, orchard, greenhouse, patio, vegetable beds. Separate wildlife/wildflower paddock with small lake, summerhouse and stone barn. Easy access to Bristol Airport and 4 miles from M5.
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