A fine late Georgian property with three receptions, orangery, five bedrooms and three bathrooms. Listed Grade II, it features well-proportioned and fenestrated rooms, providing a very comfortable and wholly manageable sense of space and offering the potential for further accommodation, should you wish to convert the outbuildings. (Subject to Planning). In total there is just under 4 acres of garden and paddocks.
The house is approached via a long drive which leads to a parking and turning area beside the house and in front of the Coach House. From the front door and hallway there are doors leading to the sitting room, family room and kitchen breakfast room. The sitting room is to the front and with windows overlooking the beautifully maintained front garden is a large, light room with an open fire and door to the adjoining study. Back to the hall and there is a door to the family room which in turn leads to the orangery and on round to the kitchen. A traditional kitchen with both modern appliances and an Aga. Granite surfaces provide ample preparation space, whilst flagstone floors along with the bespoke units completes the look and finish of this wonderful space for the family to gather, with plenty of room for a farmhouse table and sofa in front of the full height built in dresser. To the rear and with doors to the side garden and driveway there is a boot room and separate utility / boiler room.
To the first floor there are five bedrooms. The master bedroom has a walk in dressing room and ensuite bathroom. The four bedrooms share the family bathroom and have use of the shower room on the ground floor.
The gardens compliment the high standard to which the house is presented. They too are well maintained and wrap around the main house. To the rear, the west facing garden is partly walled and offers enclosed space and privacy. With mature trees all round, patio area and greenhouse there is so much space and flexibility.
The coach house is currently garaging, garden store and stables.
The paddocks are divided into two, a smaller turn out paddock to the side and a larger on to the rear, beyond the redbrick wall. The pleasure and convenience of having your own land and livestock at hand is ever apparent at this property. Being able to enjoy the views over your own land and adjoining countryside from the majority of the rooms.
NOTE: There is a public footpath through one of the paddocks.
The property is situated in a lovely position on the edge of this popular North Wiltshire village with amenities including a range of local shops, church, primary school and inns. The market towns of Devizes and Chippenham are within easy reach; both catering for most day-to-day requirements. Mainline rail services are available from Chippenham (Paddington about 75 minutes) and there are excellent road communications nearby providing easy access to the major employment centres of Bristol and Swindon the Georgian city of Bath, and, via the M4 (J17), London and the West Country. There is a good choice of both state and private schooling in the area and those with an interest in country and leisure pursuits are well catered for in the region.