The ground floor accommodation comprises of three formal reception rooms, and an open plan kitchen/breakfast/garden room, a utility room and wc. The kitchen is fitted with a bespoke range of farmhouse style cupboards with granite work surfaces over and fitted with a Rangemaster electric stove. French Doors open to the garden making
this a light and airy room. There is under floor heating beneath the flagstone floor which continues to the utility room. A recent addition has created a garden room with an atrium roof and French Doors leading out to a walled terrace. The sitting room has a large bay window
with a feature period inglenook fireplace. There is a separate dining room and a family room on the ground floor, which in the past has been used as a fourth bedroom.
With two staircases, the first floor accommodation also provides a degree of flexibility. One staircase leads to a double bedroom which is a light and bright room, with a vaulted ceiling and ensuite shower room. As it is above the family room and original entrance hall, it is here that
separate accommodation could be created should it be required.From the second staircase there are two double bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom fitted with a free standing slipper bath. The main bedroom has built in wardrobes and a walk in dressing room. In all this is an excellent cottage offering a unique blend of period charm
and modern day living.
The cottage has a gravelled drive to the side and an attractive front garden bordered by mature hedging. There is a detached garage with storage above and a room behind ideal for a home office or multitude of uses. The generous rear garden has been landscaped with a sun terrace, pergola and laid to lawn with mature borders and fruit trees, there are
raised vegetable beds, a greenhouse and large garden shed.
Foxham is a small village centred around a traditional green. Within the village there is a public house and a church, whilst in the neighbouring village of Christian Malford there is a shop/post office and primary school. The village is conveniently located about 6 miles from the market town of Chippenham which has a railway station with services
to London Paddington and about 5 miles from junction 17 of the M4 motorway, from which the large commercial centre of Swindon is about 15 miles. The World Heritage site of Bath is circa 22 miles away.
Main Water & Drainage
Oil Fired Central Heating - Radiators & Underfloor Heating
Local Authority Wiltshire County Council
Council Tax Band F
Grade ll Listed EPC Exempt