Golsoncott House

Grade II listed, Lutyens-style Arts & Crafts family home in a superb elevated position, providing a tranquil and secluded setting on the edge of Exmoor National Park.   There is a detached stable block with manège and excellent riding out over Exmoor
Grade II listed, Lutyens-style

The property was built in the very early 1900s by Count Hochburg for his land agent on the Croydon Hall estate. The architect was WJ Parker of South Molton Street, London. The unique butterfly shape of the house and materials are typical of the Lutyens influence on the domestic architecture of the times.


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