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Manor House is set in seven acres of land and enjoys rolling views of the Brendon Hill, nestled between the West Somerset coastline and Exmoor National Park in the United Kingdom.


The property has had an interesting history, dating back to the 1400s. The oldest part of the house was a chapel until its dissolution in1537. In the 1960’s the stately home was often frequented by the Queen of England herself and was famed for its dinner parties.


The Grade II-listed property boasts 17 bedrooms, an entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, breakfast room, sitting room, morning room, gazebo hall and gallery, cloakroom, private lake, basement and cellars in addition two further properties that house the staff.


This sprawling stately home is being carefully restored throughout returning the property to its former glory. The original Georgian features have been conserved and complimented with contemporary finishes by mixing original features with considered modern additions.


Location: Somerset, United Kingdom

Typology: Residential, Hospitality

Area: 2,500m²

Height: 3 Storeys

Project Status: Completed 2021


Client: Private Client

Architects: MOIRE

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