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Ashleworth Manor,

Guide price £1,485,000 6,732 sq. ft.

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About the property

A superb Grade II* listed property with many significant and enchanting period features, around 6732 sq. ft. and 2.279 acres. Further land is available as a whole or in separate lots.

Property Snapshot
  • Stunning Grade II* Listed period home
  • Ample spacious accommodation
  • Secondary accommodation
  • Beautiful gardens and grounds around 2.279 acres
  • Around 7.942 acres more land available as a whole or in lots
  • Stabling and outbuildings available
Ashleworth Manor is a substantial house which is full of character and has an enormous amount of natural light. It is believed that the house was the summer residence of the Abbot of St Augustine's at Bristol, now Bristol Cathedral. Internally, the excellent accommodation spans three floors, with multiple flexible reception rooms on the ground floor, five bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor, second floor rooms with the potential to be used by a teenager or staff, and a three bedroomed annexe. The property is situated within splendid gardens and grounds of approximately 2.279 acres. Across the lane there is a further 0.676 acres which includes a small orchard, walled kitchen garden, workshop, studio and timber stable block. Further land of around 7.266 acres is available as a whole or in separate lots.

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George Pickard

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I have been in property for over 20 years and I'm a third generation property specialist. Property runs through my blood and I get excited about the variety of homes, plots of land, development opportunities and auction lots that I get to see each day. My dream would be to sell large chalets in the French Alps so I can combine my two favourite things selling houses and skiing!

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