This handsome period property dates from the 18th century and has a lovely main façade. The property was formerly part of the Badminton Estate and is now situated within the village conservation area. The house has very well proportioned accommodation with three good sized reception rooms, two with terrific open fireplaces.
The kitchen/breakfast room has an AGA and a lovely Belfast stink while the ground floor also has a large reception hall, utility room, and the first floor has the master bedroom suite with bathroom and dressing room and two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor has another bedroom suite as well as a further two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside the property has landscaped south-facing gardens and have been mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and flower and shrub borders. To the rear is a flagstone courtyard and an outbuilding also used as a log store. Also outside is a separate boot room with Belfast sink and a further garden shed. Beyond the formal garden is a paddock enclosed by post and rail fencing and
a stone wall.
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Tormarton is an attractive and lively Cotswold village close to the south Gloucestershire border. It has an excellent primary school and a village shop; further shopping can be found at Chipping Sodbury while the main regional centres are Bath, Bristol, Swindon and Cheltenham. Locally there are ample sporting opportunities including polo, racing and golf.
The guide price is £1,300,000. For further information please contact Savills on 01225 474 500 or visit www.savills.co.uk.