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8 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Castle Corner, Beckington, Somerset, BA11

Guide Price £1,100,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Period Farmhouse
  • Substantial Studio
  • Detached Annexe
  • Converted Stables
  • Garden and Courtyard
  • Great Potential

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Wool Hall is a substantial Grade II Listed dwelling with outbuildings. We are acting in the sale of the above property and have received an offer of £1,000,000. Any interested parties must submit any higher offers in writing to the selling agent before an exchange of contracts takes place.

The Wool Hall is Grade II Listed and comprises of four stone built properties situated around a courtyard within the pretty and very sought after village of Beckington. This is a super opportunity for those who wish to run a business or maybe extended families that wish to live next door to each other. These period buildings were converted into a recording studio in the 1980's continuing to host many famous bands and updated over the three decades to create state of the art recording facilities alongside comfortable and stylish accommodation. The Wool Hall is now ready for the next phase of ownership providing a superb opportunity with two principal properties and two converted outbuildings.
The substantial period farmhouse benefits from a sitting room with an attractive Bath stone fireplace, there are beamed ceilings in this and the dining room plus two further reception rooms and the well fitted kitchen. There are four first floor double bedrooms, a family bathroom, shower room and cloakroom.
The L-shaped studio building is predominantly on one floor and offers versatile accommodation of approximately 3000 sq ft including a large reception hall, spacious sitting room, dining room, kitchen, plus a number of studio rooms and two first floor bedrooms and shower room.
The detached annexe has four rooms to configure how you wish but currently are laid out as a games room, reception room and two bedrooms.
The fourth building is a converted stone built stables and includes a garage, boot room, laundry room and studio.
The four buildings are situated around a large courtyard area and there is a further private lawned garden enclosed by mature hedging at the rear of the annexe.


Beckington is a quintessential Somerset village offering a rural feel but practical communications including a regular bus service into Bath. The village has an array of amenities, including Beckington C of E First School, Springmead Prep School, a church, a doctor's surgery, public houses and a delicatessen. A further popular destination nearby is Babington House, a fashionable country house hotel and private members club. Nearby in the historic town of Frome, amenities include further schools, a railway station, sports facilities, practical shopping as well as artisan boutiques and galleries. The Georgian city of Bath is just over 10 miles away and has World Heritage status enjoying a variety of historic buildings, theatres, museums and other cultural attractions.

Additional Information

Services: We have been advised there is mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.
Local Authority: Mendip District Council.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 July 2016

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