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Church Road, Tormarton, GL9


Christine Penny




14778 Sq Ft

Once part of the Duke of Beaufort’s Badminton estate, Tormarton Court is now a significant stand-alone Grade II Listed period family home with separate accommodation, outbuildings and surrounded by noteworthy gardens, grounds, and recreational space of approximately 10 acres. The property also includes (under separate title) a substantial converted barn, Somerset House, with a large forecourt, private entrance, and drive. The barn has planning permission as commercial offices and is currently let to an architect practice providing an annual rental income.

The current owners who have been in residence for almost 26 years have painstakingly restored the main house over the years to include the Cotswold stone tiled roof, the boundary walls, outbuildings, and barn. They have also rejuvenated and replanted the magnificent gardens, walled garden, and grounds which have in recent years been open to the public as part of the National Garden Scheme. This has been a much-loved substantial family home with the children having gone to school in nearby Bath.

Tormarton Court is situated in the rural village of Tormarton designated as An Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty. It sits in a quiet leafy lane opposite the Grade 1 listed pre-Norman Church, St Mary Magdalene, overlooking open countryside.

Tormarton is a South Gloucestershire village located just north of J18 of the M4 Motorway, 4.5 miles from Chipping Sodbury, 11 miles north of Bath and 4 miles from Marshfield. The village is full of character with mainly period cottages and houses and has a thriving farming and equestrian community. Near neighbors include The Duke of Beaufort Estate, home to Badminton Horse Trials.

The Cotswold Way, designated as a National Trail in 1988, runs right through the village. The village has a pub with further amenities available in nearby Marshfield, Chipping Sodbury and Yate. More comprehensive shopping, leisure and cultural pursuits can be found and enjoyed further south in the historical Georgian City of Bath.

Bath boasts world- class sporting facilities at Bath University it is also home to Bath Rugby ground.
The Theatre Royal and Ustinov Theatre regularly perform plays bound for the West End and the city is well known for its literary and music festivals, art galleries and museums. Bath has a flourishing café and restaurant scene, including award winning coffee shops and Michelin star establishments.

Bath has two Universities and many excellent schools including Prior Park College, King Edward’s School, Monkton, The Royal High School for Girls and Kingswood School.

Bath Spa Station to London Paddington 90 mins. Bristol International Airport 45 mins.
J18 M4 Motorway 10 mins.

Mains water, electricity, oil fired central heating and private drainage.

Local Authority
South Gloucestershire Council

Amenities & Features

  • Detached
  • Garden
  • Land
  • Off Street
  • Garage
  • Double Garage
  • Triple Garage
  • Secure
  • Outbuilding
  • Secondary Accom
  • Swimming Pool

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