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Motoring Gin

Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a private car museum also

Owned by the Harbin family for 399 years until 2007, the 62.04-acre Newton House estate at Newton Surmaville stands partly in Dorset and partly in Somerset.

 

 

The centerpiece of the property is a Grade I listed Jacobean manor that includes a great hall, a ‘Justice Room’ used as a study and a ‘museum kitchen.’ It was built between 1608 and 1612 and now provides 5 reception rooms, 9 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms.

 

 

Formal gardens surround the house and in addition, there are areas of parkland, grazing land, woodland and frontage to the River Yeo. According to agents Knight Frank, “rough shooting opportunities abound” along with wildfowling and coarse fishing.

 

 

Present owners Jane and Robin Cannon have completely renovated Newton House and aside from “bringing the house firmly into the 21st century with modern services throughout,” have built a showroom for twelve cars, converted a gardener’s cottage into a holiday let and created a gin distillery in the former coach house and stables.

 

 

Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Jane and Robin Cannon and the gin they created. To buy a bottle of Newton House Gin for £35.64 ($44, €40.11 or درهم161.62) from TheDrinkShop.com, click here.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
The front elevation of Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom.

The aforementioned liquor, named Newton House Gin, is itself 43.2% ABV and made from spring water on the property. Made from English grown distilled wheat spirit, this spirit is described as “fresh, clear and unique.” It sells for about £35 per bottle, but a buyer of the property, however, might prefer to do a better thing: Drink the lot with friends.

 

 

Knight Frank seek £5.95 million ($7.35 million, €6.70 million or درهم26.99 million) for Newton House. That’s equal to the price of 170,000 bottles.

 

 

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Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.
Motoring Gin – £5.95 million for Newton House, Newton Surmaville, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2RX, United Kingdom through Knight Frank – Grade I listed Jacobean manor house on the Dorset-Somerset border for sale for the price of 170,000 bottles of gin; it comes with its own distillery and a car museum also.

Comments

5 comments on “Motoring Gin”

  1. What a wonderful life you could have here if you redecorated. It’s as busy as Diane Abbott in terms of its colour scheme inside but I’d love to own the distillery.

  2. The interior of the house needs my magic wrecking ball!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But I like the distillery and the car museum!!!!!!!! Nice metal room I see from the video I watched!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! More metal, less chintz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Price stupid though!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Pull that down!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. I totally agree with Richard Payne Harbord, in that it’s a fantastic house, but the décor is beyond busy. The reception room that doesn’t have the ornate ceiling has recreational-drug-inspired wallpaper and thousands of wee cameo pictures on the fireplace wall. Even the kitchen is waaaaay too much. I thought I liked traditional décor but this is making me re-think my belief system.

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