Warleigh Manor House is a truly outstanding country residence occupying the major wing of this magnificent castellated building, with exquisite light and impressive accommodation. The gardens and grounds are beautifully landscaped and run down to the River Avon, extending in total to 2.49 acres
Warleigh Manor has a fascinating and detailed history spanning several centuries. Its origins date back to 1815 when Henry Skrine had Warleigh Manor built for the occupation of his own family. The property has within recent times evolved, seeing a number of changes and transformations, taking on a new dimension.
Built of mellow Bath Stone with an imposing castellated façade, Warleigh Manor now forms the major part of an historic manor house which was part converted to create a small number of high end apartments and this larger completely independent residence extending to about 4,487 sq ft (416 sqm), comprising the best rooms and views.
Under the current owners, this impressive country house has been the subject of an imaginative and flawless restoration project, using the best quality materials available, with fine craftsmanship and engineering skill. An eye for precision, with meticulous planning and close attention to detail is very evident throughout, even down to the subtle earth tones and shades used for maximising natural lighting.
Many fine architectural period features remain, enhancing its refined classic elegance, such as the spectacular stone cantilevered staircase and ribbed vaulted ceilings. With the inclusion of a bespoke, handcrafted designer kitchen, and luxurious bathroom suites, a sophisticated and stylish blend of modern day practical living and contemporary chic combines well with the character of a bygone era.
Situated just under 2 miles from Bathford, a charming and vibrant village on the outskirts of Bath, Warleigh Manor stands in landscaped parkland grounds, offering panoramic views overlooking the River Avon and its most stunning valley.
Bathford provides good local facilities including a public house, church, primary school, post office and communal store.
The hidden gem of Bradford-on-Avon is approximately 4.3 miles away and provides a wide range of amenities including churches, restaurants, pubs, hotels, library, leisure centre, a weekly farmers' market and a Sainsbury's store.
The World Heritage City of Bath is approximately 5.5 miles away and offers a huge range of social, cultural and sporting facilities, including a wide choice of excellent private and state schools.
Bathford 1.8 miles, Bradford-on-Avon 4.3 miles, Bath 5.5 miles, Chippenham 11 miles, M4 (J17) 14.6 miles (All distances are approximate)