Tellisford, Bath, BA2 7RL | Property for sale | Savills
348.66 sq m
Guide price £2,000,000(120,668,854 EGP)

TellisfordBath, BA2 7RL

    Key features

    • Idyllic rural location south of Bath
    • A wealth of charm and architectural detail
    • Cobbled drive and double carport
    • Open fires and Aga
    • Separate guest wing
    • Outbuildings
    • Mediterranean style central courtyard
    • Orchard and small paddock

    An attractive period former stable yard with stone buildings, hayloft and carriageway that have been converted into a fabulous courtyard dwelling in the most idyllic rural setting.

    About this property

    • The Old Stables is an attractive, beautifully presented and very understated period stone dwelling with a wealth of architectural character. The property was cleverly converted from a former period stable block, outbuildings, and yard to create 3,700 sq ft of living space around a large central Mediterranean style courtyard. The versatile accommodation is arranged over two floors on one wing with further single storey guest accommodation on the opposite wing linked by a glazed corridor and all secluded by a high stone wall. The property has lovely thick walls, open fires and an Aga for winter cosiness and French doors from all the ground floor rooms with access to the colourful well stocked courtyard which becomes a tranquil haven in the Spring/Summer months and perfect for indoor/outdoor living.


      The Old Stables is approached off a no-through country lane and into a cobblestone drive with parking for several vehicles which leads to a link detached double carport. The courtyard, garden and grounds of The Old Stables amounts to just under half an acre and includes an orchard and small lawned paddock accessed from the carriageway in the courtyard. The sheltered courtyard is really the focal point from the house; It has York stone paving, raised planters, well stocked flower beds and an ornate tree in the centre, enclosed by manicured hedging. There are several climbing plants including a mature wisteria. A high stone wall to the fourth side of the courtyard means that this area is entirely enclosed and private. This colourful space is ideal for entertaining, star gazing at night or just relaxing in the sun. The orchard and paddock provide more recreational space and back onto the Norman Church of All Saints providing an historic focal point to the stunning backdrop of the surrounding countryside. There is a period stone studio/workshop and separate garden store and a purpose-built building housing a home gym.

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    This fabulous period dwelling is set around a tranquil Mediterranean style courtyard, plus has a further orchard with paddock that overlooks the historic Norman church. Then step out in any direction and you will be surrounded by unspoilt rural countryside and views. Hard to believe you are only moments away from Bath.

    Christine PennyProperty agent

    Local information

    • Tellisford is a peaceful rural village located down quiet country lanes but well placed for Bath, Frome and Bradford on Avon. This rural setting is made up of mainly delightful period homes located just down from All Saints Church, with easy access to wonderful country walks and at the lower end of the village bordered by the river Frome. Close by is the Saxon town of Bradford-on-Avon which boasts a wide range of day-to-day amenities and was a winner in the Sunday Times "Best Places to Live in Britain" competition in 2015. The Georgian City of Bath offers a more veritable trove of cultural pursuits with a rich tapestry of history and experiences. Not only does it boast Olympic class sporting facilities at Bath University it is also home to Bath Rugby's premiership ground.
    • The Theatre Royal and Ustinov regularly put on pre-West End productions and the city boasts literary and music festivals, art galleries and museums including the Holburne, which is situated at the end of Great Pulteney Street. The city is also a destination for the historic Georgian architecture, its boutique shopping, fine dining, award-winning cafes and of course, The Thermae Spa with roof top pool. Schools in Bath include Prior Park, Monkton Combe, King Edwards, The Royal High School for Girls and Kingswood. Further afield are Badminton, Downside, Marlborough, Millfield, Stonar and St Mary's Calne.
    • A few of the Country House Hotel destinations for dining and recreation include Soho House - Babington House, The Newt in Somerset and The Pig, all renowned for their excellent food and leisure facilities.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E