You approach the property via a wide gravelled drive with
mature trees and level lawns to each side, which sweeps in
front of the house to the right where there is ample parking
and direct access to the annexe.
With origins that date back to the 16th Century this is a
substantial family home. The accommodation will appeal to
those seeking a house with generous grounds. The Annexe
will be suitable for home office, dependent relatives or guest suite.
The impressive entrance hall has the original stone floor and
the rest of the property flows from this central point. The
drawing room with an impressive open fire leads to the
sitting room and south facing conservatory with views over
the large garden and lawns. The dining room leads off from
the hall and is ideal for entertaining family and friends and
has an imposing stone fire surround. The kitchen has ample
storage and work space with generous room for a breakfast
table and soft chairs for relaxing whilst guests and friends
mingle. The utility room houses the large boiler and water
softener and has space for the washing appliances. The
kitchen tap provides filtered drinking water.
On the first floor there are two good sized double bedrooms.
The master bedroom has access to a room which could be
converted into an ensuite/dressing room. (This may be
subject to Listed Building Consent). There is extensive
wardrobing to both the bedrooms and the family bathroom
is a very good size. Stairs lead to the 2nd floor and two
further double rooms and a further family bathroom.
The annexe is detached from the main house with its own
separate entrance. The ground floor has a sitting room/kitchenette and a well-equipped shower room. Stairs
lead to a bedroom on the first floor.
Grounds & Gardens
There are extensive gardens to the front and rear of the
property which create different areas of interest. The main
rear garden includes a patio area (accessed from the kitchen,
drawing room and conservatory), beds which are well
stocked with flowers and shrubs, level lawns and fruit trees.
To the rear of the annexe there is a large kitchen garden with raised beds
Langley Burrell is a popular village in a very convenient
location. It has a Church, village hall and ''The Langley
Tap'' Public House which is at the heart of the local
community. Langley Cottage is situated in the centre of this
small North Wiltshire village. With plenty of lovely country
walks on the doorstep, it enjoys the perfect location to take
advantage of country life and enjoy all that this has to offer, yet still be within striking distance of the mainline station and motorway
The position provides a semi-rural location together with
easy access to the M4 motorway (5 miles to junction 17) and Chippenham Station (1 mile, Paddington 75 minutes, in
process of electrification). North Wiltshire is very
commutable and the nearby market town of Chippenham
provides an excellent range of shopping facilities and
amenities. Excellent road communications provide easy
access to the major employment centres of Bristol and
Swindon, the Georgian City of Bath and, via the M4 (J17),
London, the West Country and the Midlands.