Norton St Philip is a charming village nestled in a rural location to the south of Bath.
The village has various amenities including a local supermarket with post office, two popular public houses, a village green and playground, a village school, cricket pitch, church and Farleigh Road farm shop.
Additional facilities are available in the nearby villages of Hinton Charterhouse (approx. 1.5 miles) and Rode (approx. 4 miles). Norton St Philip is between Bath (approx. 7 miles) and Frome (approx. 9 miles), which each provide a wide selection of shopping, leisure and cultural facilities.
Schools within reach of the property include Warminster, Downside, Monkton Combe, Prior Park, King Edwards and The Royal High.
Access to London is via the A36 and A303, or by train from Westbury (from 80 minutes) or Bath Spa station (from 75 minutes).
With origins dating back to the late eighteenth century, this spacious barn and malt house conversion combine with each other to create a wonderful and distinctive family home. Situated at the heart of the village and with period features throughout including arch windows, flagstone flooring and exposed beams with accommodation over three floors, this versatile home also offers a two-bedroom, two-reception self-contained annexe with separate, private access and parking for one vehicle (off Church Street).
The Corn House is a versatile and spacious home with in excess of 6,000 sq ft of accommodation. The ground floor, complemented by flagstone flooring, offers a farmhouse-style kitchen leading to a characterful dining room overlooking the rear garden. To the rear of the house at this level, a vaulted indoor pool and gymnasium provide the perfect space for entertaining or simply relaxing, with two separate shower/changing rooms.
On the upper level of the barn there is a large galleried reception room providing a warm and welcoming family room, again with arched windows and a beautiful feature wood burning fire.
Within the main house there is a principal suite, with three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the third floor there are a further two bedrooms and one box/bedroom and another large family bathroom.
The Corn House sits amongst various areas of level lawn, patio and established flowerbeds. There are also stone built outbuildings converted and currently used as a separate studio and a separate storage area.
A gravel driveway accessed via tall wooden gates off the lane provides parking for a number of vehicles safely off the road. The gardens are reasonably private and safely enclosed making them ideal for small children and pets.
From Bath, head south on the A36. After approximately 6 miles turn right onto the A366 (Farleigh Road) towards Norton St Philip. Once you reach the village, follow the road to the junction next to the Fleur De Lys public house. Proceed straight over into Bell Hill. Follow this road down taking the 3rd turning on your right into Ringwell Lane.