Dauncey House is a fantastic example of an 18th century Georgian property in Gloucestershire. Once part of the Badminton Estate the house now sits within the conservation area of the village of Tormarton. The property has all the magnificent Georgian proportions which make this style of house so desirable as well as fine period features, including two impressive open fireplaces.
The accommodation comprises: reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, cloakroom, six bedrooms including the master bedroom suite and four bathrooms plus a boot room and garden room.
Dauncey House, £1.3m, Savills
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Outside the south-facing gardens have been beautifully landscaped and are enclosed within pretty Cotswold stone walls. They have mainly been laid to lawn with mature trees, flower and shrub borders. To the rear are a flagstone courtyard and a stone outbuilding currently used as a log store. Beyond the formal garden is a paddock enclosed by post and rail fencing.
The house lies in the attractive Cotswold village of Tormarton close to the south Gloucestershire border which has a church, village hall, and a pub and there is also a wider range of shops and services at Chipping Sodbury around four miles distant. Chippenham, twelve miles away, has a direct service to London Paddington and Badminton is just four miles.
The guide price is £1.3m. For further information please contact Savills on 01225 474 500 or visit www.savills.co.uk.