Monthly Archives: January 2012

Lovely house

Ticks quite a lot of boxes here! It's a lovely Grade II Listed 4/5 reception rooms Kitchen (Aga) 6 bedrooms 4 bath/shower rooms 4 bedroom annexe adjoining Coach house Period features Sweeping drive Conservatory Pool and Tennis court from the … Continue reading
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16th century Grade II Listed Manor House

16th century Grade II Listed Manor House has 8 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, 5 Reception Rooms, Garaging and Stabling, Swimming Pool , Gardens, Paddocks and Woodland
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Unusual building

A unique and imposing Grade II listed building, a former Pumphouse built in 1854 in the style of a manor house. Lovingly converted with much thought and care by its current owners providing a once in a lifetime opportunity to … Continue reading
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Stunning Stairs

Amazing staircase - and quite a few photos of it to drool over - in this spacious dwelling being the substantial part of an early Victorian mansion house and briefly comprising entrance hall, reception hall with sweeping stairway, spacious lounge, … Continue reading
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Amazing window!

Luxurious Six Bedroom Detached Home What an amazing window!
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The Old Rectory

The Old Rectory is a substantial detached mid Victorian former Rectory occupying a charming location on the edge of a small village at the foot of the Quantock Hills standing in gardens and grounds of about 2.5 acres. The Old … Continue reading
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Very modern house

Probably the most daring & innovative house ever built - The Subterranean Mansion - features a slide into the pool from a bedroom
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Long Orchard

Long Orchard - This superb property is a Grade II* listed property, designed by the architect, Ernest Gimson, in 1911 and subsequently modernised in 1980. The house is Listed as being of Significant Architectural Interest and Historic Importance. Such a … Continue reading
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Fine Georgian former

• Fine Georgian former rectory with well proportioned, high ceilinged rooms and period features typical of the architectural period. • Currently divided into two self contained dwellings, but easily reverting to a single house. • Listed as being of architectural … Continue reading
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Aston Hall

Aston Hall, is a Grade II Listed, five bedroomed stone built family house of significant local importance. Built by Thomas Balguy dating from 1578 & set amidst extensive grounds it has a beautiful southerly outlook across the Hope Valley. How … Continue reading
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