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PREMIUM - Hamptons International are proud to be working with the National Trust in the marketing of Horton Court for rental. Horton Court and the Ambulatory are both Grade I listed. The property has been sympathetically restored and modernised to create a beautiful family home. The property has not been lived in since 2008 but has been used as a filming location for Wolf Hall and Poldark. The 1185 Norman Hall is the oldest roofed structure within the National Trust. The Manor was developed into a substantial house in the 1520s by Rev. William Knight who was a member of Henry VIII's court. It was then significantly altered by the Wills family in the early 20th century. The Manor boasts six bedrooms, three with en suite facilities and one further shower room, master bathroom also and sufficient storage within the 3rd floor catering for the needs of a small or growing family, furniture storage or children's play area. The formal dining/living room consists of oak wood panelling with Pastiche ceiling work which has been restored to a very high standard. The family kitchen has bespoke units fitting the space superbly, and the working kitchen is large enough to cater for the family gatherings and the usual annual meal festivity preparations.
This property is featured by our Premium department.
Situated in Horton, 6 miles North of Junction 18 of the M4, West of Petty France. 14 miles North of Bath Central and 20 miles from Bristol Central. Commuter links to Reading, London and the South West using the M4, Junction 18.
Grade I Listed 16th Century Manor House
Manor House with the use of an additional 4 bedroom cottage
Private estate garden
Two afternoons a week of public access to Norman Hall, Am...
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