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Dauncey House is a handsome period village home comprising six bedrooms and three receptions rooms. The attractive façade faces a level walled garden whilst the main entrance hall is situated at the double gabled end, flanked by the kitchen and smart drawing room. The drawing room benefits from a central open fire plus a door and windows open out onto the garden. Adjacent to this is a further charming sitting room with a wood burning stove and double doors out to the side of the garden as well as into the dining room. The reception hall and two of the receptions have smart stone flooring which flow from one room to another and benefits from under floor heating. The kitchen has an aspect to the walled courtyard, and has fitted units under a polished stone work surface; there is a further back kitchen with a door to the courtyard. The first floor houses a master bedrooms suite with a pleasant aspect across your own fields and to the adjacent farmland. The private bathroom is a super space with a ranged of fitted wardrobes, a free standing claw foot bath and a walk in shower. Also on this floor are two further double bedrooms served by the family bathroom. The second floor houses a second master suite with a spacious bedroom, dressing room and bathroom. There are once again two more bedrooms and a family bathroom. This perfect layout provides great flexibility for the growing family.
Tormarton is a picturesque Cotswold village just 10 miles north of Bath and is surrounded by idyllic countryside. The village is in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and also benefits from two public houses as well as a parish church. The adjacent village of Acton Turville has a popular primary school and a village shop. Tormarton offers excellent access to J18 of the M4, and is an ideal position for Bristol and Bath, with main line rail services from both cities as well as the market town of Chippenham. Bath and Bristol are both cosmopolitan cites enjoying many fine restaurants, specialist shops, museums and art galleries as well as super choice of education facilities.
Dauncey House stands in gardens just over 2.5 acres with an impressive dry stone wall running the length of the land and house. The house is approached though double wooden gates into a large gravel parking area. A stone detached outbuilding houses a double garage and garden room /home office with a private enclosed terrace. The garden is laid to lawn with mature trees, flowers and shrubs and fronts the handsome façade of the house and is enclosed by stone walls. The adjacent paddock has been enclosed by dog proof fencing and a young hedge is now an established boundary. The land is interspersed by some recently planted specimen trees. There is gated access to the side for easy access. The kitchen courtyard has ancient flagstones with herb beds plus a stone wood store. There is a further stone outbuilding to the front of the house used as a boot room/utility room.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired heating and under floor electric heating in the ground floor hall, drawing room and dining room. Please note we have been informed that the house is not Listed.
South Gloucestershire Council
Tel: 01454 863465
3 Reception Rooms
Orchard and Gardens Of 2.5 Acres
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