The Collection at Fortescue, Bath, Norton St Philip

Bath, Norton St Philip, Somerset, BA2 7LH Directions

5 bedroom home from £749,950 to £749,950


The Collection at Fortescue is set in the sought-after village of Norton St Philip offering homes with character and charm, surrounded by picturesque scenery of rolling green somerset hills. Houses are rarely available for sale within this area, and with only one plot remaining on this exclusive development, Plot 23, The Chettle, is a very special proposition.

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The area near The Collection at Fortescue in Norton St Philip

Norton St Philip has an interesting and varied history, a small battle fought here during Monmouth's rebellion in 1685. ‘The George Inn’, used as a headquarters by the Duke of Monmouth during this battle, is one of the oldest pubs in England, with an entry in the record books. Just opposite, ‘The Fleur de Lys’ public house may be nearly as old as ‘The George Inn’ itself and was opened as an Inn in 1584. Not long afterwards, in 1615, Queen Anne of Denmark, wife of King James the First, stopped here to dine on her way back from taking the waters at Bath. On the north wall of ‘The Fleur’ a coat of arms can still be seen, although becoming warn, it still has sufficient detail to suggest the arms of the Fortescue family who owned land in the district in the 16th century, from which the Fortescue development takes its name.

Only 15 minutes away is the city of Bath, a World Heritage Site, famed for its Roman heritage and Georgian architecture and home to many elegant crescents and streets interspersed with parks and recreational areas including Lansdown Crescent and the Royal Crescent overlooking the wooded vista of Royal Victoria Park.

The city centre is compact and very easy to explore. Bath has been attracting people since Roman times and today its warm, honey-coloured streets bustle with life and entertainment. 

From cosy pubs and stylish bars, to traditional cafes and Michelin-starred restaurants, Bath and the surrounding area really does have it all when it comes to wining and dining. Step back in time at Bea's charming Vintage Tea Rooms, or discover local cheddar at the Fine Cheese Company and enjoy a pint of Somerset Cider or ale at one of Bath's many welcoming pubs.

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