White End, Ashleworth, Gloucestershire, GL19


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  • Bedrooms: 6
A superb Grade II* listed property with many significant and enchanting period features, around 6732 sq. ft. and 10.27 acres.

Ashleworth Manor is a substantial house which retains many wonderful period features and has an enormous amount of natural light. It is believed that the house was the summer residence of the Abbot of St Augustine's at Bristol, now Bristol Cathedral. Internally, the excellent accommodation spans three floors, with multiple flexible reception rooms on the ground floor, five bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor, second floor rooms with the potential to be used by a teenager or staff, and a three bedroomed annexe. The property is situated within splendid gardens and grounds of approximately 8.6 acres which includes formal lawns and floral beds as well as the adjoining paddocks. Across the lane there is a further 1.65 acres which includes a small orchard, walled kitchen garden, workshop, studio and timber stable block.

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