Arts and Crafts style detached three storey, stone built house with 5/6 bedrooms set in private and mature grounds.
Finished to exacting specifications by the current owners and presented to a show home standard. Notable features of character include a baronial galleried reception hall, wide functional inglenook fireplace, French pillowed limestone floors and exposed timbers. The property is energy efficient with Pilkington K double glazing and a combination of under floor heating and radiators.
All the principal rooms enjoy views over the landscaped grounds. The basement includes an air conditioned cinema room, suitable for a variety of uses, and a separate office/gym area.
A filtration room and services are in place in preparation for the construction of a swimming pool at garden level.
There is a double garage and adequate parking for numerous vehicles. The property is made secure by Cotswold dry stone walls and mature hedges.
The ancient market town of Bradford-on-Avon is situated approximately 4 miles away and offers a convenient shopping alternative to Bath.Over recent years galleries,antique and craft shops have opened and tranquil towpath walks can be enjoyed along the river and canal which run through the town. Cycle paths for the more energetic extend along the former rail line in the neighbouring village of Midford.
Situated 8 miles from Bath in an elevated position in the wooded Limpley Stoke Valley, this location is well placed for those needing access to the private schools of Monkton, Prior Park and King Edwards. Within a short drive is the Kennett and Avon Canal and a village station providing a rail service into Bath.
The property is a particularly spacious well designed home of considerable character, set in user friendly secure grounds likely to provide considerable pleasure during the warmer months, with deer, heron, ducks and pheasants amongst past visitors.
From Bath take the A36 Warminster Road out of the City passing through Bathampton and Claverton, passing garage on the left and continue through traffic lights over viaduct. Proceed up the hill and on the crest turn right into Midford Lane. Woodwick Hall is approximately 300 yds on the left hand side.