The property is entered through a timber front door to a side porch which leads to the spacious open plan lounge, dining room and kitchen. A door off the entrance porch also leads to the attached garage. The lounge is found in an extension to the original property and features a fully glazed frontage and rear elevation overlooking the countryside views and gardens. Access to the front garden is via a set of French doors within this frontage. A wood burning stove set on a slate hearth with oak mantel above provides a focal point of the room when not admiring the views. Timber doors conceal very useful, spacious storage cupboards off the lounge. Engineered oak flooring runs through the whole of the lounge into the dining room and kitchen, providing a continuous flow and a great entertaining area. Again large areas of glazing floods the kitchen/diner with light and a door provides access to the rear garden.
The kitchen features a range of base units in shaker style under a solid oak worktop and upstands; a Belfast sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher and fridge. There is space for a range style cooker with an existing extraction hood over. A chimney breast at the end of the kitchen has oak shelving to both sides and a brick hearth and surround with an oak mantel above an inset wood burner effect fire. Off the kitchen is a utility room with wall and base units and flooring matching the kitchen, plus space for a washing machine and dryer.
From the lounge a hallway leads to the bedroom accommodation with three double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room, a further bedroom/study and the master suite. All bedrooms have wood effect laminate flooring. The master suite is a splendid sanctuary served by a shower room and built in wardrobes either side of French doors leading onto the rear garden.
To complete the accommodation there is a family bathroom comprising of a white suite of a bath with shower attachment, low level WC and pedestal sink. The airing cupboard is located in the bathroom.
Grounds and Gardens
The property is access via a gated access onto a gravel drive, with parking for numerous cars. The frontage is mainly laid to lawn containing a few specimen trees and landscaped borders, and enclosed by a post and rail fence to maximise the countryside views beyond. To the rear a Cotswold stone patio by the kitchen door provides a great area for al fresco dining and relaxing. The paving continues around the edge of the house and the wrap around garden is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked flower borders and enclosed by a close boarded timber fence to the rear. The garden is beautifully landscaped and maintained.
The garage has timber double doors, power, light and loft storage.
Cleverton is a small hamlet centred on the parish church within Wiltshire. It is within striking distance of Malmesbury, a wonderful market town, with its wide choice of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, offering a good choice. There is also a selection of very good state and private schools in the locality. Also the village is well situated to access the surrounding towns and transport links. - Tetbury 5.5 miles, M4 (J17) 7 miles, Kemble station 9 miles (London Paddington from 78 minutes) Cirencester 14 miles, Swindon 17 miles, Bath 24 miles.