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Pinkney House is the perfect package of a quintessential stone built farmhouse with extensive farm buildings, pretty gardens, paddock and woodlands. Dating back from the late 17th Century this Grade II Listed building has evolved over the centuries to be a charming family home and still offering scope to re-configure and update. The drawing room is an elegant room with an open fire and dual aspect overlooking the garden. A double width sitting room is a pleasant living space with French doors out to the terrace plus a wood burning stove. The kitchen opens into the dining room which has an impressive fireplace once again with a wood burning stove. The large boot rooms provide a practical space opening out onto the farm courtyard and adjacent to the 30 ft playroom; a wonderful space to create the interior that suits you. The first floor houses four bedrooms all with features such as exposed beams and fireplaces. Two bathrooms serve these bedrooms whilst up in the attic is a pretty double bedroom and shower room. To complete the extensive accommodation list is a redbrick detached building used as a further guest bedroom or office for those who wish to work from home.
Pinkney House is on the edge of the picturesque village of Keevil. The house is on a ‘no through’ country lane adjacent to a working farm. The village is lucky enough to have a well regarded primary school. The nearest main line station is Westbury and the village is equidistant from Bath and Frome. Frome is popular for its artisan feel and nearby Babington House whilst Bath boasts a wider range of amenities within the most beautiful Georgian City.
The gardens are a major feature of the house with a pretty garden to the front including a mature wisteria decorating the façade. A magnificent Copper Beech divides the walled vegetable garden and a stream separates the garden from the adjacent countryside. A tennis court stands in one corner whilst the large level lawn is bordered by deep mature summer beds. Horse Chestnut trees and a mellow brick wall create the boundary between the paddock which is just under two acres. Of major importance is the retained farmyard with redbrick and wooden barns. The range of outbuildings provide versatile spaces, currently used as workshops and storage, subject to the usual consents they provide opportunity for stabling or further accommodation. Across the lane is attractive woodland covering an acre, the perfect children’s playground and source to fuel the open fires in the winter.
Services: Mains water and electricity. Private Drainage. Oil Fired Heating. Council Tax Band G. Paddock 1.95 Acres. Woodland 1.096 Acres. House, Gardens and Farmyard 1.318 Acres.
Grade II Listed
Paddocks and Woods
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