Grade I Jacobean Manor House, Newton House was built between 1608 and 1612, situated in a quiet valley, surrounded by 60 acres of its own parkland, with large areas of mowed lawns and fields edged by woodland, the river Yeo meanders through the land. Original outbuildings, stunning mix of sumptuous historical yet quirky contemporary decor, original four poster beds in four rooms, museum kitchen, modern kitchen, cinema, bar room, snooker room with original tapestries and contemporary quirky decor, wood panelled dining room and drawing room with original fireplaces and moulding, original bathrooms, music room and inner courtyard. Gardens terraces, parkland seating areas, river access and orchards. External buildings include large greenhouse, Gardeners cottage, Coach House with original floor, horse stalls in Stables with original open log fires and fittings, Summer House. Located near Yeovil, Somerset BA20
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