This converted coach house for sale sits in the grounds of a former manor house, complete with a tennis court and Californian redwoods.
The Coach House, on the site of Kingwell Hall in Timsbury, comes with more than 14 acres of land and has been “extensively” renovated and extended.
Entering the property, a spacious reception hall features wood panelling and a formal staircase, and leads to a drawing room with cornicing and an “intriguing” fire surround.
An open-plan kitchen and family room has built-in fridge freezers and a wine fridge, as well as a larder cupboard.
Accessed from the kitchen is a large orangery with a double-sided log burner and French doors to the gardens.
Completing the ground floor is a study/library, a plant room, a boot room, a WC and a ground floor bedroom with an en-suite shower room.
Upstairs, the principal bedroom has built-in wardrobes, an en-suite bathroom and an air conditioning unit, while there are four additional double bedrooms on this level.
The approach to the house winds through mature woodland, with a gravel drive and a triple garage.
A high wall has double iron gates leading into the formal Italianate walled garden, while throughout the grounds are mature trees such as Californian redwoods and white mulberry trees.
The kitchen garden can be directly accessed from the kitchen and benefits from a private well, a built-in gas barbecue and a fruit garden, as well as a greenhouse and a potting shed.
The grounds are completed by a tennis court and workshops.
The property is being sold by estate agents Savills for a price of £3,500,000.
Matthew Pegler is marketing The Coach House for Savills Bath and commented: “Built within the grounds of a former manor house, Kingwell Hall, this beautiful coach house has been extensively renovated and extended, and offers exceptional contemporary living set in fantastic parkland grounds of over 14 acres.
“Just nine miles from Bath, it is the most wonderful haven, and its grounds and gardens, which are home to many mature trees, including Californian redwoods, are some of the most impressive I have ever seen.”