Skinners Hill, Camerton, Bath, BA2 0PU | Property for sale | Savills
503.53 sq m
Guide price £1,850,000(53,124,826 EGP)

Skinners HillCamerton, Bath, BA2 0PU

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Unlisted Old Rectory
  • About 1.3 acres
  • Stylish interior design
  • Six bedrooms
  • Village location
  • Close proximity to Bath and Bristol

A stylishly presented six bedroom former Rectory, set with grounds in excess of one acre, within close proximity of Bath.

About this property

  • The Old Rectory is a beautifully presented unlisted family home, situated on the edge of the pretty village of Camerton, south of Bath. The current owners have undertaken a sympathetic and stylish refurbishment of this highly attractive, historic house, with many of its original features still intact.

    A stone entrance porch welcomes visitors, opening in to a double height hallway will elegant staircase rising to the first floor. Within the hallway are attractive exposed wooden floors which flow throughout the ground floor. There are a superb array of entertaining rooms on this floor. On the right hand side of the entrance hall are the library and drawing room, interlinked by large wedding doors, with both offering wonderful proportions and fabulous natural light. The library is a delightful room with marble fireplace fitted with woodburner, bespoke bookcases and jib door with faux bookshelves opening in to the entrance hall. Along the hall, the dining room is adjacent to the drawing room, with glorious proportions, feature fireplace and large sash windows overlooking the garden.

    Across the hallway is a lovely study with feature fireplace, fitted cupboards and views over the front garden. Next to the dining room is a downstairs cloakroom with separate utility/ boot room. Two further reception rooms offer a play room and tv snug. The kitchen and breakfast room are located at the end of the hallway. The breakfast room is a wonderful room with large proportions opening directly in to the kitchen which has an excellent range of fitted wall and floor units and central island, with a separate access to the rear garden. Downstairs is a well maintained cellar with original wine bins, currently utilised for storage.

    The first floor is serviced by two staircases, with the main staircase leading to the three principle bedrooms; the main bedroom has a walk-in dressing room and a further two bedrooms with feature fireplaces. Bedroom four is a pretty room positioned between bedrooms two and three with a period fireplace and French doors opening on to a balcony. A further two bedrooms are located at the end of the hallway, as well as two stylishly presented bath/shower rooms.


    The gardens of The Old Rectory are wonderfully presented, with a magnificent array of mature trees planted around the boundaries, set in grounds in excess of one acre. Immediately surrounding the rear of the house are sun terraces and ornamental box hedging leading out to the lawned garden beyond. Two ponds offer interesting features and a separated section of garden shielded by beech hedging provides space for a vegetable garden and large shed. At the front of the property is an attractive front garden, gravelled driveway with parking for several cars, as well as separate driveway to the side of house leading to a double garage.

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The Old Rectory is brimming with character and beautiful interior design, set within glorious grounds.

Alistair HeatherProperty agent

Local information

  • The Old Rectory is located on the edge of Camerton, a small Somerset village on the south west side of Bath nestled within the beautiful Cam Valley. The adjacent village of Timsbury offers local facilities including a newsagent, pub, mini supermarket, chemist, post office, doctors surgery and hairdresser. There is good access to Bath and a bus service operates around the village. Also close by is the fashionable Babington House providing restaurant and spa facilities. Bath is a World Heritage Site famed for its Georgian architecture and Roman heritage and enjoys a wealth of cultural, business and recreational facilities. Communication links are excellent with a mainline rail link to London Paddington (journey time from 75 minutes) and Bristol Temple Meads (journey time from 15 minutes). Junction 18 of the M4 is approximately 10 miles north of the city centre.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: F
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: H