North Brewham, Bruton, Somerset, BA10 0JW | Property for sale | Savills
535.49 sq m
Guide price £3,000,000(178,012,335 EGP)

North BrewhamBruton, Somerset, BA10 0JW


    Key features

    • The whole of Oakwood Farm, extending to about 24.8 acres in total.
    • Constructed by The Green Oak Company in 2019.
    • Over 5,700 sq ft of accommodation in the main house alone.
    • State-of-the-art interior design and eco-friendly credentials.
    • Garaging and two agricultural barns in addition.

    A light-filled contemporary country house of about 5,700 sq ft, with 24.8 acres, barns and far-reaching rural views towards King Alfred's Tower.

    About this property

    • This superb contemporary family home is a testament to luxurious living in a serene rural setting. With stunning panoramic views that stretch as far as the eye can see, this property offers the perfect blend of tranquillity and modern sophistication. Spanning an impressive 5,700 square feet, this magnificent home is a masterpiece of design and craftsmanship. Built by The Green Oak Company, renowned for their exceptional attention to detail, the construction of this residence is a testament to their expertise.

      This eco-friendly residence has been thoughtfully designed with sustainability in mind. The ground source heat pump and private water source ensure ultra-low running costs while reducing the environmental impact. Planning permission for solar panels is in place, further enhancing the property's green credentials.

      As you step inside, you'll be greeted by a grand entrance hall that sets the tone for the elegance and style found throughout. The interior boasts state-of-the-art fixtures and fittings. At the heart of this exceptional residence lies an exquisite 900 sq. ft "Devol" kitchen, meticulously designed and equipped with elegant and stylish fittings as well as the latest high-end appliances and a pantry just off. The adjoining dining area is triple aspect with panoramic views across rolling Somerset countryside.

      Flanking the other side of a secluded south-facing terrace courtyard, the drawing room is also triple aspect, with a deep, stone fireplace with log-burner. There is a further sitting room, with stone fireplace and log-burner, whilst a further family room provides another reception room; note that with the original planning, this was proposed as a fifth bedroom. There is a large guest cloakroom alongside. The utility room lies off the kitchen and has a side door to the garden, with a plant room and further WC.

      Upstairs, the galleried landing provides a spacious and light-filled area for either play or relaxation, with fantastic views over the garden, lake and countryside beyond. The principal bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, French doors out to a private balcony and an en suite bathroom, also with vaulted ceiling and a free-standing bathtub. A second bedroom similarly has a vaulted ceiling and en suite shower room. Two further bedrooms share the family shower room.

      Outside
      Set within about 24.8 acres, this property offers privacy and tranquillity. The approach through tall stone pillars and gates is impressive, with ample gravelled parking to the front and side of the house. A spur off the drive leads up to a former farmhouse, now with formal planning use as an agricultural barn - please ask the selling agents for more details.

      Although still maturing, the meticulously landscaped gardens provide a picturesque backdrop, ideal for enjoying outdoor activities or simply soaking in the beauty of nature. The owners have started to create a kitchen garden with raised beds. The views are simply outstanding and there is a large lake at one end of the grounds. With ample space for further landscaping, the potential to create your own private oasis is unmatched. During the summer months there are cut paths through the meadow grass around the grounds, whilst beyond this lie two fields providing about 11 acres of pasture.

      To the south of the house, there is a further large modern agricultural barn measuring 60' x 38', whilst the timber-framed garage has one secure bay and two open parking bays. Accessed externally, there is an open plan studio above spanning the full length of the building.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I have been doing this job for nearly 20 years and this has to be one of the best modern country houses I have seen, both in terms of interior design and location - the views are sensational.

    James McKillopProperty agent

    Local information

    • Oakwood Farm is located within a highly desirable part of southeast Somerset, amidst beautiful rolling countryside, with good transport links and well renowned local attractions, on the edge of the Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
    • The nearby town of Bruton has many historical points of note, including its listing in the Domesday Book of 1086. In the last few years Bruton has become a destination thanks to an influx of art galleries, including the world-renowned Hauser and Wirth Gallery, unusual shops, and high quality restaurants and places to stay.
    • Nearby is the picturesque town of Castle Cary, which offers a weekly local produce market and the independent town of Frome with its weekly Farmer's Market and a highly acclaimed monthly Artisan Market. The Newt, a country estate with magnificent woodlands, gardens and eateries, lies 8.2 miles from the property. To the southeast of the property is Stourhead House and Garden and King Alfred's Tower, a Grade I Listed folly commemorating the end of the Seven Years' War, which is visible from the site.
    • Castle Cary railway station provides services to London Paddington and London Waterloo. The A303 (M3) links to London and the wider motorway network - the A36, M4 and M5 are all within easy reach.
    • The historic city of Bath and fashionable city of Bristol are respectively 23 miles and 32 miles from the property.
    • The area is renowned for its excellent schools, which include primary and secondary state schools in Bruton and Frome. The well-regarded prep schools of Port Regis, Sandroyd, All Hallows and Hazlegrove are nearby, as are independent schools that include Sherborne, Kings Bruton, Bruton School for Girls, Bryanston, Milton Abbey, Millfield and Downside.
    • (All distances and times are approximate)

    Additional information

    • Services : Ground Source Heat Pump*. Private water supply (borehole). Mains electricity. Private drainage (septic tank). Fibre broadband. *Note the Feed-In Tariff provides for about £4,000pa income.
    • Fixtures and Fittings : Please note that, unless specifically mentioned, all fixtures and fittings and garden ornaments are excluded from the sale, but may be available by separate negotiation.
    • Viewing : Strictly by appointment with sole agents Savills
    • Directions: Postcode (BA10 0JW) : Leave Bruton and head northeast on the Brewham Road for about 2.5 miles, passing through the village of North Brewham and continue on for about 0.8 mile. Turn left onto Strap Lane and follow this road for about 1.2 miles. The entrance gates to Oakwood Farm will be on your left hand side.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E