This is a Grade II listed building with an abundance of character and history. You enter the property via the dining room which has a stone fireplace. This leads to the utility room and onto the large kitchen/breakfast room with quarry tile flooring. Stairs lead from the dining room to what was the main school room which could make a stunning sitting room and boasts a large fireplace. The stairs from the
dining room also lead to the bedrooms. There is a double bedroom and a family bathroom on the 2nd floor and stairs leading to a further two bedrooms on the 3rd floor with good views over the adjacent countryside.
Grounds & Gardens
To the front of the property there is a patio area which is ideal for sitting and taking in the quiet countryside. There is a terraced garden with a greenhouse. At the rear there are 2 brick built coal sheds, which were formerly the boys and girls toilets when the school was in full flow, with a yard area leading to a tunnel and access round to the off road parking area just after the house. The borders in the garden are well stocked with flowers and shrubs.
Situated on the southern edge of the Cotswolds within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Lower North Wraxall is within the parish of North Wraxall, a vibrant and active rural community which includes the hamlets of Ford, Upper Wraxall, The Shoe and Mountain Bower. The village benefits from good access to the motorway, with Junction 17 of the M4 approximately 8 miles. The nearest town is Chippenham, a practical market town that provides a range of shops and a mainline train service to London Paddington. Nearby the villages of Castle Combe, Marshfield, Colerne and Yatton Keynell between them offer excellent village amenities including general stores, post office, doctors surgery and reputable public houses. There are many good schools in the area, primary schools in Yatton Keynell and Acton Turville and a choice of excellent secondary schools in Chippenham. Further a field there are many well known private schools in Bath, Westonbirt, Marlborough and Calne. Sporting activities in the area include various
renowned golf courses, hunting with the Duke of Beaufort and polo at Westonbirt.