Dating back to the mid-1500s, the manor house at Chew Magna is a fantastic Grade II listed residence with separate coach house and cottage.
The property is an historic gothic manor constructed of stone, and has four impressive towers complete with spiral staircases and gargoyles. The interior is also packed with period features including ornate stone masonry and joinery.
The property has seven bedrooms, six reception rooms, two bathrooms, outbuildings, garage, and secondary accommodation, all in 9.4 acres.
The Manor House sits in approximately 7.4 acres of mature gardens and grounds and in an elevated position on the banks of the river Spratt. The drive rises and opens to a lawnedcourtyard giving access to the Coach Houseand Cottage. From here stone steps lead up to a lawned formal terrace intersected with flagstone paths with a fountain at its centre.
The property is extremely well placed for a more extensive range of professional and recreational facilities located in both Bristol and Bath. There is good access to the motorway network, M4 (about 10 miles away) and excellent rail services can be found at Bristol Temple Meads, Bristol Parkway and Bath Spa to London Paddington (75 minutes). The house is around nine miles from Bristol and 15 from Bath.
The guide price is £2m. For further information, please contact Knight Frank on +44 (0)20 7861 1098 or visit ww.knightfrank.com.