The Courtyard sits in the former grounds of Thorndon House, designed and built in 1840 by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and offers a rare opportunity to acquire a spacious property set in an absolutely outstanding position with virtually every room enjoying stunning near and far uninterrupted, elevated countryside views across the Culm valley.
The light filled accommodation is formed of spacious reception rooms which look out over the garden and beyond. The magnificent sitting room benefits from numerous sets of French doors leading out to gardens and the inner courtyard. There is also a large dining room adjacent to the kitchen. This kitchen is again designed to take advantage of the wonderful views and has two sets of French doors to the courtyard.
The accommodation is completed by a bedroom wing on the southern flank which provides a spacious principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, an additional bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms with wash basins, a family bathroom and a separate wet room. In common with the reception rooms, all of the bedrooms have private access via French doors out to and overlooking the gardens and grounds or to the inner courtyard, as does the main bathroom.
This property has 0.5 acres of land.