Thrubwell Farm is a truly exceptional property situated on the Thrubwell Plateau between Nempnett Thrubwell and Redhill. Historic records suggest it may have been the old Thrubwell Manor. The property comprises of an impressive stone farmhouse plus six traditional stone outbuildings, beautiful gardens and land of approximately 8.5 acres.
The Farmhouse itself is south facing and boasts lovely traditional features throughout including original well-polished flagstones on the ground floor, original beams, wide farmhouse doors and sash windows. The kitchen is fully fitted with an electric AGA and a dedicated pizza oven. The current owners have also obtained planning permission for an extension to the kitchen and scullery.
The reception rooms are full of natural light with the main rooms enjoying fire places and uninterrupted views from every window. The charm continues to the first floor where there are four double bedrooms, two of which have en-suites. The family bathroom has a lovely roll top bath and separate shower. Two further double rooms can be found on the second floor, one of which has an en-suite shower room.
The property is Grade II listed
The stone built farm buildings are impressive and are formed around a courtyard overlooking the extensive wildlife pond. They are separated from the farmhouse by the driveway and grassed areas. Planning permission (ref 18/05152/FUL) was granted on 20th June 2019 for the conversion of the buildings to create 5 dwellings. The buildings have potential for a range of commercial uses as well as residential uses.
Barn 1 – 4 Bedroms
Barn 2,3,4 – 2 Bedrooms
Barn 5 – 1 Bedrooms
The impressive grounds surrounding the Farmhouse and Farm Buildings have been lovingly brought to life with immaculate lawned areas, borders and shrubs and a wildlife pond. A driveway leads to the house and buildings which is set in the centre of its plot. The orchard has been restored with 100 new apple trees which are suitable for juicing and cider. The rest of the land is divided into paddocks which are grazed by horses, sheep and cattle.
Thrubwell Farm is situated on the Thrubwell Plateau between Nempnett Thrubwell and Redhill near Bristol. Historic records suggest it may have been the old Thrubwell Manor. The farm comprises of an impressive stone farmhouse, traditional stone outbuildings and modern farm buildings. The land extends to approximately 84.13 acres (34.04ha) of both Grade 1 and Grade 3 agricultural land.
Freehold with vacant possession on completion
Mains electricity, water and mains drainage. Gas fired underfloor heating. Solar water heating. Two log burners. Biofuel secondary heating.
Local Authority and Council Tax
Bath and North East Somerset Council Tel: 01225 477000.
Council Tax - Band H
Travelling – from Bristol, proceed southwards along the A38 passing Bristol Airport. At the second roundabout to the airport, continue onto the A38 and proceed for 1 mile and take the third turning on the left into Row of Ashes Lane. After ½ mile, proceed straight over a crossroads into Green Lane and then take the next left turn. Thrubwell Farm will be found on the right after ¼ mile.
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors Agents, Killens 01275 333993
Fixture and Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the Vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale although may be available by separate negotiation.