Tabernacle House formally known as The Manse offers 368 sq mtrs of alluring accommodation over three floors. A Grade II listed family home boasting exceptional views from a wonderful elevated position. Located in close proximity to Wotton town centre, The property is steeped in history and has been lovingly renovated to offer exceptional living space. The accommodation is both versatile and plentiful, functioning as a four bedroom property, with the bonus of four additional interconnecting attic rooms. The ground floor offers a stunning formal lounge and equally as imposing dining room, both enjoying views to the front of the property. A modern kitchen/diner can be found at the heart of the home along with utility, boot and shower room, 3rd reception room/snug and entrance hall leading to a renovated cellar. There is a beautifully landscaped garden with garage and workshop.
This impressive grade II listed Georgian style house is situated in the sought after area of Tabernacle Road, boasting breathtaking views across the countryside and within easy reach of the historic market town of Wotton-under-Edge, offering a range of interesting independent retailers as well as supermarkets, cinema, doctors and dentist surgeries, primary schooling and secondary schooling can be found at the nearby KLB comprehensive school. The town has a range of country walks and is located on the Cotswold Way. The amenities in the town are all within easy walking distance and the property is well placed for travel throughout the South West with easy access to Junction 14 of the M5 motorway, being within a 10 minute drive.
The property can be found close to the centre of town. If entering from a westerly direction on the B4066, continue through Gloucester Street, passing the junction to Bear Street on the right hand side and after approximately 30 metres, turn left on to Tabernacle Pitch leading up the incline to Wotton Auction Rooms bearing right continue for approximately 50 yards and the house will be found on the left hand side.
A truly unique Grade II listed family home that proudly boasts exceptional panoramic views from a wonderful elevated position. Located in close proximity to the renowned Cotswold Way and enjoys a semi-rural situation, and is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of modern day living. Tabernacle house is steeped in history but has been lovingly renovated and offers exceptional living space. The accommodation is both versatile and plentiful, potentially functioning very well as a four bedroom property, but with the added bonus of further four interconnecting loft rooms. The ground floor offers a stunning living room and equally splendid dining room, both enjoying open views. A well laid out fully functioning modern kitchen-diner can be found at the heart of the home. There is an 3rd reception room along with utility/boot room and shower room and splendid entrance hall leading to a renovated cellar. The Grade II historic house sits neatly on Tabernacle Road with breathtaking views and well presented landscaped garden with garage and workshop.
(Please note that our room sizes are quoted in metres to the nearest one hundredth of a metre on a wall to wall basis. The imperial equivalent (included in brackets) is only intended as an approximate guide).
Entering from the front of the property with stone steps leading to the beautiful front door and porch with a second glazed doorway.
A splendid entrance hall with original flagstone flooring, a spacious entrance with radiator, stairs to the first floor and built in cupboard, a doorway leads down to the renovated Cellar. Original features such as the door bell present themselves in this spectacular entrance hall.
5.44m Maximum X4.28m Maximum (17'10" Maximum X 14'1" Maximum) - Having dual aspect original Georgian sash windows with shutters offering extensive views to the front towards Coombe Hill. This tranquil room offers high ceilings, feature fireplace with wood burning stove and stone hearth, wooden flooring, radiators, picture rails and coving.
5.30m Maximum X 4.28m (17'5" Maximum X 14'1") - With elegant sash window with shutters to the front, radiator and feature fireplace with wood burning stove, panelled walls, radiator and wood flooring provide a beautiful entertaining space with a door leading to:
4.31m X 4.27m (14'2" X 14'0") - Having wooden wall and base units with granite worktops over, modern built in appliances include: wall mounted double oven, microwave oven, plate warmer, 4 ring induction hob with extract over. An island offers additional cupboard space beneath with inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap within the granite worktop, along with electric towel rail, radiator, beautifully reclaimed wooden flooring and larder cupboard. A large sash window to the side offer this stylish room with a light and airy feel.
3.54m X 2.08m (11'7" X 6'10") - Having flagstone flooring throughout and access to the side of the property, a well designed space with wall and base units with worktop over, stainless steel sink, additional belfast sink with spray hose, plumbing for washing machine, built in cupboards housing Worcester boiler and large pressurised 300 litre water cylinder, skylight.
3.74m X 1m (12'3" X 3'3") - Flagstone flooring leading to rear side door to garden, skylight window.
Having shower cubicle, wash basing and WC, chrome ladder radiator..
Providing access from the front to rear of the property, with radiator and door to:
4.27m X 4.36m (14'0" X 14'4") - With feature fireplace and wood burning stove, quarry tiled flooring, understairs cupboard housing RCD meter and beautiful sash window to the side. A second stairway leads to the first floor rear landing.
Stairs from the front hallway lead to the first floor landing and door way to additional rear hallway.
4.85m X 4.27m (15'11" X 14'0") - Stunning room with high ceilings and large sash window to the front with shutters offering outstanding views, radiator and beautiful reclaimed wooden floors, leading to:
Upgraded shower cubicle with mains shower, radiator and extractor.
Upgraded modern white W/C, washbasin and ladder radiator.
4.87m X 4.34m (16'0" X 14'3") - Beautifully presented with high ceilings, large Sash windows with shutters offering outstanding views to the front, radiator, wooden flooring and feature fireplace with grate.
Upgraded shower cubicle with mains shower, radiator and extract.
Modern white suite with W/C, washbasin and radiator.
Having access via two separate staircases, radiator, and stained glass window to the rear leads to a bespoke historic passage way and original lead window.
2.62m Widening to 4.29m X 4.51m Narrowing to 1.8m (8'7" Widening to 14'1" X 14'10" Narrowing to 5'11 - Having large sash window to side, wooden flooring throughout, radiator and feature fireplace with grate and hearth.
2.54m Maximum X 4.30m Narrowing to 2.27m (8'4" Maximum X 14'1" Narrowing to 7'5") - Having plumbing for wash basin, radiator, wooden flooring and large sash window to side.
White suite comprising: impressive roll top bath, wash basin, separate shower cubicle with shower, w/c, vertical semi circle radiator, dual aspect sash windows and partially tiled walls.
Window to front.
4.04m Maximum X 3.41m (13'3" Maximum X 11'2") - Good size space with huge potential for upgrading, to give additional space with access to open loft area, window to front and interconnecting door leading to:
4.38m Maximum x 4.36m Maximum (14'4" Maximum x 14'4" Maximum) - Window to side, exposed beams, built in cupboard and lighting.
4.09m Maximum X 3.60m Maximum (13'5" Maximum X 11'10" Maximum) - Good size space with massive potential for upgrading to give additional living space with window and interconnecting door leading to:
4.64m Maximum x 4.39m Maximum (15'3" Maximum x 14'5" Maximum) - Having exposed beams and lighting.
5.36m Maximum X 4.24m Maximum (17'7" Maximum X 13'11" Maximum) - From the entrance hallway stone steps lead down to this unique space, having stone flooring, exposed beams, power and lighting, plumbing has been installed for heating, there are wooden shutters to the front opening and iron railings.
To the front of the property there are wrought iron railings edging the front of the property along with a low lying hedgerow, stone steps lead up to the entrance door. A wrought iron gate leads to a gravelled driveway with parking for 2/3 cars and garage having wooden doors and attached workshop with additional stable door with window to front and power and lighting. A retaining wall leads to a large patio area ideal for entertaining. The well landscaped garden offers an additional entertaining area with steps up to a patio area and summer house, an ornamental pond can be found along with shrubs and trees and a laid to lawn area provides the perfect space to enjoy the far reaching views.
All Mains services are believed to be connected
Council Tax £2966.92 per annum
Grade II listed building
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