18th Century Gothic Style Abbey House with the ruins of the original 12th Century Cistercian Monastery featured in Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles.
Accommodation comprises of:
Ground Floor: Sitting room with wood-burner and French doors to garden
Dining Room with wood-burner
Kitchen with gas hob and pantry
Utility area with butlers sink
Double bedroom with en-suite shower
First Floor: Large Drawing Room (previously a Chapel)
3 bedrooms (2 with washbasins)
Bathroom and separate WC
Lawned grounds with Gatehouse (suitable for storage only) and a further outbuilding comprising of three rooms.
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