A magnificent Georgian residence set within beautiful grounds in the popular village of Broadclyst.
Four reception rooms
4,829 square feet
Brock Hill House is a magnificent period residence which is thought to date back to the 18th Century.
The house has a fine Georgian façade, is set within its own grounds of approximately 4.15 acres and adjoins National Trust farmland. The accommodation has been extensively improved by the current owners, including the construction of an entirely new roof, in keeping with the original Georgian architectural style. The property has retained a wealth of original features including beautiful high ceilings with ornate cornices, a grand staircase in the reception hall, marble fireplaces and shuttered sash windows. From many of the rooms, particularly the first floor bedrooms, are unrivalled views of the grounds and surrounding farmland. The accommodation is arranged over three levels, with three reception rooms, six bedrooms (four ensuite), family bathroom, superb kitchen/breakfast room with Aga, utility/boot room and a cellar which spans almost the entire area of the house from below.
Brock Hill House is set within its own beautiful gardens which mostly adjoin National Trust farmland. The driveway to the house is lined with majestic trees and leads to the private pillared entrance gates to the forecourt area at the front
of the house, which provides ample parking for numerous vehicles. Beyond the forecourt is a well maintained lawned garden with a lake, surrounded by shrubs, bamboos and mature trees. Beside the lake, a path leads through a wooded area to a large outside store.
There is a further fenced, lawned garden with a patio, greenhouse and mature monkey tree, accessed via the two glass double doors in the garden room. Adjacent to the house there is a double garage with twin electric doors and a timber stable, hay store and tack room.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 4.15