Period property sales in Somerset

From gorgeous Georgian and elegant Edwardian to medieval masterpieces and lovely listed properties, Somerset is home to a wide selection of the most exquisite period property, and we have been entrusted to sell many such properties since we opened our Somerset doors in 1997.

Jackson-Stops has been selling perfect period homes since it was established in 1901, most notably the sale of Stowe House in 1921 - 19-day event sale and auction under Duke of Buckingham’s instructions, and we’ve been carrying on the tradition of estate agent of choice when it comes to marketing beautiful period gems.

Period homes have shaped the British perception of the typical features and structural quality an ideal home should have, and we have some fine examples of period property that we have recently sold or that are under offer.

If you are considering the sale of your period home, we’d be delighted to speak with you about our experience with this style of property, our UK-wide database of clients looking for a new character home and our excellent marketing capabilities.

Under offer
We have several wonderful examples of period architecture currently under offer, including this magnificent Grade II listed Georgian country house set within 28 acres with superb equestrian facilities and ancillary accommodation located near Taunton.

Whites Farm, Dommett, Buckland St. Mary, Chard is a beautifully presented, Grade II listed period farmhouse of great charm and character, together with a two bedroom cottage, set in delightful gardens on the edge of the Blackdown Hills.

This delightful old Mill House in Bishopswood, Chard has been beautifully restored in recent years and offers comfortable and surprisingly spacious accommodation with endless character. The oldest part of the house is believed to date back to the early 17th Century.

Oare House, Oare, Lynton is a small country estate centred around a beautifully restored Georgian manor house, set within a hidden Exmoor valley. It was on the market with a guide price of £2,500,000.

Set within a historic village in Exmoor National Park in Castle Hill, Dunster, Minehead, High House is an elegant substantial, Grade II listed period property dating from medieval times and has been greatly enlarged and altered throughout the centuries, notably the Georgian influence in the 18th century. It was on the market with a guide price of £1,375,000.

This beautifully restored, Grade II listed, Georgian former vicarage in a hidden setting in Fons George, close to the centre of the town was marketed with a guide price of £1,000,000.

Please contact our Taunton branch for details of the services we offer and to find out how we can help you sell your period home:
01823 325144