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Woolverton, Bath
Guide price £1,700,000

An impressive country house hotel with residential planning permission, set within gardens and grounds with open country views.DescriptionThe House is a beautiful example of a substantial former rectory that dates back to the mid 1860s. Designed in the Gothic Revival style, the property is currently trading as a boutique hotel with 11 bedrooms and 11 en suite bathrooms, set in gardens and grounds of about 2.4 acres. There is also a full-size petanque piste for boules enthusiasts and a brook and

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  • A fine Victorian detached country house
  • Both commercial and residential use
  • Convenient Village location well placed for Bath & Frome
  • 2 acres of gardens and grounds
  • Countryside open views
  • Chain Free

An impressive country house hotel with residential planning permission, set within gardens and grounds with open country views.

Description

The House is a beautiful example of a substantial former rectory that dates back to the mid 1860s. Designed in the Gothic Revival style, the property is currently trading as a boutique hotel with 11 bedrooms and 11 en suite bathrooms, set in gardens and grounds of about 2.4 acres. There is also a full-size petanque piste for boules enthusiasts and a brook and a pond at the bottom of the garden where the water comes from a nearby spring where the monks reputedly brewed their beer hundreds of years ago.

This stunning detached Victorian property has a grand reception hall, which opens out into the large dining room with its impressive fireplaces and views of the open countryside. There is a formal drawing room and a conservatory, complete with a bar and extensive views over the gardens. On a more practical level there is a commercial kitchen and utility space, as well as a guest cloakroom and laundry area. There is also access to a traditional wine cellar. The bedrooms are arranged over the ground, first and second floors and all have a view, as well as an en suite bath or shower room. The property retains many of its period features with exposed wooden floors, stone mullion windows, wooden panelling, impressive fireplaces and cornicing.

Outside
The property is set in gardens and grounds that approach 2.4 acres and enjoys open views to the rear over neighbouring fields and farmland in the direction of Rode. The property is accessed via tall stone and iron gates, onto a gravel turning circle and driveway, which leads to a car park.

There are gardens to the front, side and rear, which are laid predominantly to lawn. There are a number of specimen trees and a pretty ornamental pond. Also in the garden is an attractive garden lodge and a number of private seating areas.

Location

Woolverton is a small hamlet just over seven mile

An impressive country house hotel with residential planning permission, set within gardens and grounds with open country views.

Description

The House is a beautiful example of a substantial former rectory that dates back to the mid 1860s. Designed in the Gothic Revival style, the property is currently trading as a boutique hotel with 11 bedrooms and 11 en suite bathrooms, set in gardens and grounds of about 2.4 acres. There is also a full-size petanque piste for boules enthusiasts and a brook and a pond at the bottom of the garden where the water comes from a nearby spring where the monks reputedly brewed their beer hundreds of years ago.

This stunning detached Victorian property has a grand reception hall, which opens out into the large dining room with its impressive fireplaces and views of the open countryside. There is a formal drawing room and a conservatory, complete with a bar and extensive views over the gardens. On a more practical level there is a commercial kitchen and utility space, as well as a guest cloakroom and laundry area. There is also access to a traditional wine cellar. The bedrooms are arranged over the ground, first and second floors and all have a view, as well as an en suite bath or shower room. The property retains many of its period features with exposed wooden floors, stone mullion windows, wooden panelling, impressive fireplaces and cornicing.

Outside
The property is set in gardens and grounds that approach 2.4 acres and enjoys open views to the rear over neighbouring fields and farmland in the direction of Rode. The property is accessed via tall stone and iron gates, onto a gravel turning circle and driveway, which leads to a car park.

There are gardens to the front, side and rear, which are laid predominantly to lawn. There are a number of specimen trees and a pretty ornamental pond. Also in the garden is an attractive garden lodge and a number of private seating areas.

Location

Woolverton is a small hamlet just over seven miles from Bath and is nestled between the villages of Rode, Beckington and Norton St Philip. Each village has a primary school, public house and a village shop.

The historic market town of Bradford-on-Avon is approximately 5 miles away, situated on the River Avon and famous for its canals, pubs, art and antique shops and the 14th century Tithe Barn. There is a wide range of amenities including restaurants, a leisure centre, library, train station and well-regarded schools.

Frome is an historic market town offering a range of shopping facilities, a regular farmers’ market, the extremely popular monthly independent market, sports centre, several cafés, a choice of pubs, two theatres and a cinema.

There is private schooling in Bruton, Wells and Bath. Westbury is located approximately seven miles away with a mainline station that has direct lines to London, and the A303 (M3) is 18 miles distant at Mere. Babington House part of the Soho House group, is about 8 miles away.

Bath is a city of extraordinary beauty with a long history. The importance of Bath was recognised in 1987 when it was designated a World Heritage Site, the only city in England to be honoured in this way.

Bath is famous for its Roman remains and some of the finest architectural sights in Europe such as the Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge. There are also very well-regarded schools in both the state and private sectors and two universities. Regular rail services run from Bath Spa and Bradford-on-Avon stations to London Paddington, London Waterloo and the South/South West.

Square Footage: 8,237 sq ft


Acreage: 2.5 Acres

Directions

From Bath city centre proceed south on the A36 (Warminster Road) for approximately 7 miles into the village of Woolverton. Take the first left into Rode Hill and the entrance to the property will be on your left.

An impressive country house hotel with residential planning permission, set within gardens and grounds with open country views.

Description

The House is a beautiful example of a substantial former rectory that dates back to the mid 1860s. Designed in the Gothic Revival style, the property is currently trading as a boutique hotel with 11 bedrooms and 11 en suite bathrooms, set in gardens and grounds of about 2.4 acres. There is also a full-size petanque piste for boules enthusiasts and a brook and a pond at the bottom of the garden where the water comes from a nearby spring where the monks reputedly brewed their beer hundreds of years ago.

This stunning detached Victorian property has a grand reception hall, which opens out into the large dining room with its impressive fireplaces and views of the open countryside. There is a formal drawing room and a conservatory, complete with a bar and extensive views over the gardens. On a more practical level there is a commercial kitchen and utility space, as well as a guest cloakroom and laundry area. There is also access to a traditional wine cellar. The bedrooms are arranged over the ground, first and second floors and all have a view, as well as an en suite bath or shower room. The property retains many of its period features with exposed wooden floors, stone mullion windows, wooden panelling, impressive fireplaces and cornicing.

Outside
The property is set in gardens and grounds that approach 2.4 acres and enjoys open views to the rear over neighbouring fields and farmland in the direction of Rode. The property is accessed via tall stone and iron gates, onto a gravel turning circle and driveway, which leads to a car park.

There are gardens to the front, side and rear, which are laid predominantly to lawn. There are a number of specimen trees and a pretty ornamental pond. Also in the garden is an attractive garden lodge and a number of private seating areas.

Location

Woolverton is a small hamlet just over seven miles from Bath and is nestled between the villages of Rode, Beckington and Norton St Philip. Each village has a primary school, public house and a village shop.

The historic market town of Bradford-on-Avon is approximately 5 miles away, situated on the River Avon and famous for its canals, pubs, art and antique shops and the 14th century Tithe Barn. There is a wide range of amenities including restaurants, a leisure centre, library, train station and well-regarded schools.

Frome is an historic market town offering a range of shopping facilities, a regular farmers’ market, the extremely popular monthly independent market, sports centre, several cafés, a choice of pubs, two theatres and a cinema.

There is private schooling in Bruton, Wells and Bath. Westbury is located approximately seven miles away with a mainline station that has direct lines to London, and the A303 (M3) is 18 miles distant at Mere. Babington House part of the Soho House group, is about 8 miles away.

Bath is a city of extraordinary beauty with a long history. The importance of Bath was recognised in 1987 when it was designated a World Heritage Site, the only city in England to be honoured in this way.

Bath is famous for its Roman remains and some of the finest architectural sights in Europe such as the Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge. There are also very well-regarded schools in both the state and private sectors and two universities. Regular rail services run from Bath Spa and Bradford-on-Avon stations to London Paddington, London Waterloo and the South/South West.

Square Footage: 8,237 sq ft


Acreage: 2.5 Acres

Directions

From Bath city centre proceed south on the A36 (Warminster Road) for approximately 7 miles into the village of Woolverton. Take the first left into Rode Hill and the entrance to the property will be on your left.


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Location

Woolverton
Bath, Somerset BA2 7QS
County: Somerset
Sale Type: Sold
Ref #: 31825832
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