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In 2012 Badgworth Court was meticulously renovated into 8 Luxurious homes that enjoy 11 acres of stunning parkland grounds including a beautiful restored walled garden, a wonderful private cricket pitch with listed wood pavilion, several paddocks and a lovingly restored nature trail with several ornamental bridges.
Situated on the west wing of the main house No 5 is a well presented three bedroom mews which uniquely benefits from two gorgeous terraced gardens to both the front and the rear of the house. Internally the property boasts a superb dual aspect sitting room with a wonderful feature gas fireplace with an ornate marble mantle over. There are pretty and enchanting views out to both the front and rear aspects and a traditional handcrafted bookshelf fitted to the chimney recess. To the opposite side of the elegant entrance hallway is the large kitchen/dining room which is fitted with a substantial range of matching wall and base units with a breakfast bar area and plenty of room for a large family sized dining table. To the rear of the kitchen/Breakfast room French doors lead out to the gorgeous west facing terrace.
On the first floor are the three bedrooms which are accessed of a split level landing. The Master bedroom features a range of fitted wardrobes and a smart en-suite bathroom, whilst the other two double bedrooms share use of the family bathroom.
Externally the property is blessed with beautiful sun terraces to both the front and the rear of the property enclosed by beautiful stone walls. Of particular mention is an additional stone workshop/hobby room which could be utilised for a variety of purposes.
As previously mentioned the grounds in which Badgworth Court sits are simply stunning with outlooks over the scenic Somerset countryside towards the Mendips, Crook Peak and Brent Knoll. There are a mixture of manicured lawns, enchanting nature trails and sleepy hollows to discover and for the active a myriad of public footpaths and bridle ways crisscross the area giving the opportunity to take in the spectacular views. EPC rating G.
Badgworth is a hamlet situated off the A38, near the beautiful medieval town of Axbridge, which is a popular, small residential town situated on the southern lower slopes of the Mendip Hills in Somerset. Further shopping facilities and banks are available in Cheddar and Winscombe, both within convenient driving distance. Bristol and Bath provide a good range of cultural activities and are within driving distance for days or evenings out. The nearest primary school is Weare First School, in Upper Weare. Hugh Sexey is the Middle School, in Blackford and Kings of Wessex is the Senior School, in Cheddar. Independent schools in the area include Sidcot, outside Winscombe, Wells Cathedral School, in Wells and Millfield, in Street. The general area provides good walking and riding country, sailing on Axbridge Reservoir, golf courses and a dry ski slope in Churchill near Winscombe. The nearest access to the M5 is at the Edithmead junction, outside Burnham-on-Sea. The A38 is conveniently close for commuting to Bristol, or branching off to go to Bath on the A368.
Travelling south on the A38 from Bristol, proceed past the turning for Axbridge at Cross and go down the. Turn next left into Notting Hill Way and follow the road bearing right, up the hill, and on out of the village. Turn right at the signpost to Badgworth Arena and the magnificent entrance to Badgworth Court is on the right hand side just past the arena.
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