Naishcombe House is located in the South Gloucestershire village of Wick.
It is equidistant between the popular cities of Bath and Bristol, both of which offer excellent facilities including a wide variety of shops and boutiques, award winning restaurants and the world famous Theatre Royal and Roman Baths.
There are a number of highly regarded schools nearby, both state and independent, primary and secondary, including Kingswood School, The Royal High School for Girls and St Stephens primary school.
A number of sporting facilities are also in the near vicinity, with the popular Tracy Park Golf Club approximately 1.8 miles away and Bath Racecourse being approximately 5 miles away.
The M4, Junction 18 is approximately 7.3 miles away giving access to London to the East and the M5 and Wales to the West.
Naishcombe House is a fine Edwardian detached former house that in more recent years has been used and significantly extended to accommodate offices/business usage.
The property still has a commercial use but offers a huge level of potential for redevelopment (subject to the necessary permissions and consents).
Naishcombe House offers in excess of 8,240 sq ft of internal space arranged over predominantly two floors and breaking down to consist of 20 private offices. There are two large open plan office areas, welcoming reception area, boardroom, staff toilets, private toilets, two kitchens, three store areas and a cellar.
The original house is built in attractive stone and features a tower to one corner and still retains its first floor balcony/covered veranda. In more recent years a modern, purpose-built extension was added to create more working space but done sympathetically to reflect its Edwardian heritage. This fine property has huge potential, which is waiting to be explored.
The property is located at the end of Rock Lane where a gated entrance leads onto a private driveway. This driveway forks down to the house or up to a large parking area and where the garage/storage block is situated. The storage block is made up of five large individual spaces each with a roller door and amounts to in excess of 1,830 sq ft in total. Following the driveway down to the house leads to a further parking area.
The gardens and ground are approaching 1.5 acres. Mature trees line the majority of its boundaries with natural hedging to those areas without. There are lawns to either side of the property, which is private and enclosed.
The property is located at the end of Rock Lane, which is accessed off Rock Road. Rock Road is accessed via Naishcombe Hill, which is just off the A420 (Wick High Street).