Luxury, vintage, contemporary feel
Ashlar House dates back to 1892 and was once two workers' cottages associated with Tog Hill Farm, which in turn was an integral part of the Tracy Park Estate.
The elevated position affords stunning views on three sides over the formal gardens, fields, Tracy Park Golf Course and Bristol.
Formal rooms with high ceilings are arranged off a large hall and include a drawing room with Minster fireplace.
The decor throughout is mostly pale, with a contemporary feel.
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The kitchen/breakfast room includes integrated appliances among the birch wood units and there is a quarry tiled floor.
This room extends into the side porch, which links to the garage and laundry and offers scope to extend.
A galleried landing means natural light floods the core of the house and on this level is the master bedroom suite, with dressing room and en suite bathroom, two further double bedrooms and a further bathroom. Through a discrete door is a staircase to a top floor bedroom and sitting room with sleeping area.
Among the outbuildings is a double garage, then a driveway, with a yard and stables, which could be a useful annexe, subject to planning permission.
Surrounding the property are formal lawns, with a wide range of trees, hedges and shrubs. Finally, a heated swimming pool is surrounded by a terrace.