Grade II listed mansion is up for sale for £6.5million01/23/2021
Dream home for a Bridgerton fan! Grade II listed Georgian mansion is up for sale for £6.5million and includes ten acres of private garden, a pool and a real Duke as a neighbour
- Tormarton Court, in small farming village of Tormarton, Gloucestershire, is on the market for £6.5million
- Grade II listed property includes 10 acres of private gardens including woods, as well as a pool and more
- Set over 9,462sq ft, the stunning home has five spacious living rooms and neighbours include the Duke of Beaufort and Sir James Dyson
If you’re dreaming of owning a lavish mansion straight out of Netflix’s hit series Bridgerton, look no further than this beautiful property, which has just hit the market.
A beautiful stately home has just become available that is sure to satisfy all those period property needs and impress the Ton – and it could be yours, if you have £6.5million to spare.
Tormarton Court, located in the small Gloucestershire farming village of Tormarton, comes with more than ten acres of private gardens, including parklands and woods.
The Grade II-listed property is a beautifully renovated Georgian house and the owners of the property would feel every inch of high society – with the Duke of Beaufort and Sir James Dyson as nearby neighbours.
Tormarton Court, located in the small Gloucestershire farming village of Tormarton, is up for sale, at £6.5million. It is a grade II listed building and resembles the opulent dwelling of the Bridgerton series’ characters
One of the property’s drawing rooms, with high ceillings throughout. The mansion was recently remodelled
Originally a rectory, the mansion was extensively remodelled for the Duke of Beaufort’s son, Lord William Somerset, who was in charge of the village’s 12th Century St Mary Magdalene Church.
Set over 9,462sq ft, the stunning home has five spacious living rooms arranged around a huge hall that even Lady Whistledown couldn’t turn her nose up at.
Benefiting from a roof lantern to flood the room with natural light, the reception hall is the jewel in the crown.
This house is a treasure trove of gorgeous detailing – featuring beamed ceilings and dormer windows on the second floor, as well as a wine room in the cellar.
The dining-room, which can sit 12 guests for future dinner parties. The house comes with a wine room in its cellar
The mansion’s staircase and landing opening to a small reading area on the first floor. There are seven rooms in the mansion in total and several drawing and game rooms
One of the beautiful rooms on the first floor of the mansion, with high ceilling and draped curtains
There are seven bedrooms on the first floor, including the principal suite, with a further four bedrooms on the second floor.
Tormarton Court also has plenty of space to entertain, once lockdown allows, with a small sitting room, large country kitchen and games room.
If being outside is more your style, the extensive gardens are a horticulturist’s wet dream, including an Italian courtyard, walled enclosure, kitchen garden and an apothecary plot.
There’s even a huge outdoor swimming pool.
The mansion also has office space under its roof, with dormeur windows (right) and several conference rooms (pictured)
The mansion’s lobby, with period furnishing and colourful rugs, welcomes visitor to this unique dwelling
A Trompe-l’œil wallpaper found in the house depicts a picturesque view of the coast. The whole home has been refurbished and decorated
For those considering relocating to the countryside from the hubbub of the city but are concerned about their business needs, this is the ideal home.
The property has a 3,627sq ft conference building, plus a 2,842sqft stone barn, known as Somerset House, which provides a further two floors of office space.
‘Tormarton Court is a really special property thanks to its unbeatable location,’ said James Mackenzie, head of Strutt & Parker’s country department.
An aerial view of the part of the private garden housing the pool, which is surrounded by woodlands which are also included in the ten acres of land surrounding Tormarton Court
A closer view of the pool in the property’s gardens. Neighbours include the Duke of Beaufort and Sir James Dyson
A view of the manicured gardens, which offer the perfect setting for a romantic promenade just like in Bridgerton
One of the intimate drawing rooms located in the mansion, with high bow windows and comfortable furnishings
‘You just don’t come across a set up like this every day. You can live like a king in one of the most prestigious houses in the Cotswolds with your business quarters just next door.
‘And if you’re not working there yourself, there’s ample opportunity for the buildings to bring in additional income.
‘The offices are definitely the USP and makes this house truly one of a kind.
‘The Coach House and Somerset House provide extensive work space, complete with boardroom, meeting rooms and a super-fast private broadband connection.
‘Anyone moving out of London wanting to relocate their headquarters to the Cotswolds need look no further.
‘You’ve got Bristol, Bath and London all in easy reach and Bristol airport is close by too.’
An aerial view of the mansion’s gardens, and its lawn, which is carefully being looked after by the current owners
The garden with its flowers in bloom at the back of a stone barn, known as Somerset House, which provides a further two floors of office space
A passage way made of vines can also be found in the beautiful gardens of Tormarton Court, pictured
Some of the office space located in the barn known as Somerset House, with desk and glass partition walls
The modern office are located on the top floor of the stone barn, and the wooden beams are apparent
One of the large conference rooms available for offices in the barn located next to Tormarton Court
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