Watts Farm is a handsome and imposing Grade II Listed red brick former farmhouse enjoying a fine edge of village position with far reaching views over its own land and neighbouring fields.
The property has in recent years been substantially extended and sympathetically restored with great care being taken to ensure the period features are complimented by the contemporary feel that the interior now boasts, with modern fixtures and fittings throughout there is a sense of light and space and a feeling of luxury which makes this a desirable residence.
The front door opens into a stunning reception hall with wooden flooring, a red brick chimney housing a wood burner and from here doors to the main reception rooms. The remainder of the ground floor consists of a sitting room with original open fire and built in cupboards, a dining room, a study and a garden/play room. Of particular note is the kitchen / breakfast room, perfect for parties as it adjoins the dining room and opens out onto the rear terrace and garden, it really is the hub of the house. With a range of bespoke units, a large island, four door Aga, wooden flooring and bi folding doors the room is light and bright with plenty of space for the refectory style table and sofas.
The stairs from the reception hall take you to the first floor landing, with a central stair well this area is also light and airy. From the landing there are 3 bedrooms, a family bathroom and a master suite comprising of a generous bedroom, walk in wardrobe and bathroom with free standing claw foot roll top bath and a separate shower. On the second floor there are a further two spacious bedrooms and a bathroom.
Grounds & Gardens
The vehicular access is to the front and there is a gravelled parking area to the front and side with a range of garages and a workshop. The gardens, which mainly lie to the side and rear of the house, are very attractive and well maintained. There is a rear terrace leading to a lawned area, and an orchard with Apple, Pear & Walnut trees. To the east of the house is an area with raised beds to provide a kitchen garden and a wide gravel path leads to the field below. The gardens boundaries are fenced to provide a secure area for both children and pets.
Situated in the pretty and popular village of Great Hinton, a picturesque hamlet. Close by the equally sought after village of Steeple Ashton, offers a local shop, public house and other amenities. There is a well-regarded primary school in Keevil. A more comprehensive range of amenities and services can be found in the nearby Wiltshire market towns of Devizes, Melksham and Chippenham, all of which provide an excellent range of shopping facilities and amenities including main line rail services (Paddington about 75 minutes) and the Georgian City of Bath is approximately 15 miles away and offers a wide range of cultural interest and activities. The property is extremely well placed for access to major road links, including the M4 and A350. Those interested in country pursuits are well catered for in the area.