This “impressive” period home for sale has 1600s origins and sits in “beautifully” landscaped grounds. 

Parkhouse Farm, in Keynsham, is a Grade II listed property dating back to the late 17th century, with character features throughout. 

Entering the property, a central hallway with original flooring opens into two reception rooms, the drawing room and the dining room, both of which feature period fireplaces, exposed timber beams and window seat alcoves. 

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The sitting room, with a feature fireplace and exposed beams. (Strutt & Parker)

To the rear, there is a family room connected to a conservatory with garden views and French doors. 

There is also a kitchen and breakfast room with contemporary cabinetry and stonework surfaces, plus a gas range cooker and a utility room. 

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The kitchen, with a mix of traditional and contemporary features. (Strutt & Parker )

Upstairs, the principal bedroom includes a dressing room and an en-suite bathroom with heritage fittings such as a slipper bath. 

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The dining room. (Strutt & Parker)

There are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor, while on the second floor there is a games room, a sitting area with wood panelling and parquet flooring, and two additional bedrooms. 

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The principal bedroom. (Strutt & Parker)

As well as the main house, there are four newly constructed holiday let apartments, each including open plan living spaces and fully equipped kitchens. 

Outside, the house sits in 2.33 acres of land, to the front of which is a formal parterre garden with lawned sections and a water feature centrepiece. 

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The holiday lets and the fountain. (Strutt & Parker)

Around the house, there are numerous seating spaces with open countryside views, while to the rear is a lawned area with a circular pond featuring aquatic planting and a fountain. 

The property is for sale by Strutt & Parker for a guide price of £2,175,000. 

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The grounds of the property span more than two acres. (Strutt & Parker)

The agent said: “An impressive Grade II listed house with four successful holiday lets, set in landscaped grounds

“Parkhouse Farm offers handsome architecture with attractive symmetry and interiors. The property showcases a wealth of period character over three floors combined with elegantly presented and sensitively modernised accommodation. 

“Four newly refurbished holiday lets have been an exceptional addition to this idyllic family home, enjoying successful results due to their high occupancy rates and consistently positive reviews. 

“Parkhouse Farm and the holiday apartments sit in beautifully landscaped gardens and grounds of approximately 2.33 acres enjoying far reaching countryside views yet are within easy reach of excellent amenities.”