The entrance from the lane is via double wrought iron gates onto the spacious gravel drive and parking area. To the left is a substantial garage with a workroom above and it is crowned with a chiming four face clock. To the right is the imposing red brick house. Leading off the entrance hall there is a good size sitting room with an impressive fire place and dual aspect windows giving it a pleasant, light and airy feel. To left of the entrance hall is the dining room/additional sitting room, again it is dual aspect and has a good size open fire place. This leads through a second hallway to the kitchen/breakfast room, which is a generous size room with windows to three aspects, overlooking the
garden and adjacent fields. There is an Aga, pantry and ample, traditional wooden units with granite worktops and deep breakfast bar, as well as plenty of space for a table and comfy seating area. To the rear is a wooden, glazed garden room which has been individually designed with sliding doors on all sides opening up to the garden and
surrounding water feature.
To the first floor there are three/four double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom has double doors leading to a small balcony with far reaching views over the unspoilt countryside plus an ensuite bathroom.
Grounds & Gardens
Access is via double black wrought iron gates to a generous gravel parking area between the house and garage. To the rear of the plot is a terrace enjoying views over the rolling country side. The rear garden has mature trees, shrubs and hedging enclosing it.
Foxham is quiet rural village with a pub, church and village hall. It is less than 1 mile to Christian Malford which has a primary school, village shop/post office, and recreation field with amenities and children's play area. The village is just four miles N.E. of Chippenham,which offers a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and amenities
including a sports/leisure centre and main line rail services (Paddington 75 minutes) and within easy reach of the Georgian city of Bath, with its many cultural, leisure and shopping attractions. Tetbury and Cirencester, two typical Cotswold's towns, are within easy access, and the M4 motorway (Junctions 17 & 18) provides fast road access to
London, Bristol, Swindon and the South West