Guide price £600,000
A 3 Bedroom Grade ll* Listed 15th century property set in a Picturesque Village.
The Old Court House is a 3 bedroom terraced home with garage, situated in the very picturesque village of Castle Combe.
The property is presented to a high standard with the benefit of a garage and courtyard garden. The property is thought to have been built in the early 15th century and is one of the oldest houses in the village. There is a wealth of character, of particular note is the magnificent arched Tudor fireplace in the sitting room, above which can still be seen Henry VIII's coat of arms showing the Dragon and Plantagenet lions. The current owner has renovated the property throughout and it is presented to a high standard.
On the ground floor is the sitting room, dining room with study area and kitchen. On the first floor is bedroom two and the bathroom. On the second floor is the master bedroom, formerly the court room and bedroom three (en suite).
Outside there is a small courtyard garden and the property benefits from a garage with storage which is located approximately 50 yards away.
SITUATION Picturesque Castle Combe is noted for its unspoilt Cotswold character, its immaculate street scene and the fine Manor House Hotel with its Michelin Star restaurant. Voted the prettiest village in England its attractiveness stems from its secluded position in the By Brook Valley and from the character of the architecture. At the heart of the village is the 14th Century market cross around which are two public houses and a variety of small artisan shops and restaurants. From the property it is but a short walk to the golf club and the Peter Alliss designed course, regarded as one of the top 100 and prettiest in the UK.
Castle Combe lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, amidst lovely North Wiltshire countryside, northwest of the practical market town of Chippenham and within easy reach of the Georgian city of Bath, with its many cultural, leisure and shopping attractions. Tetbury and Cirencester, two typical Cotswolds towns, are close by set. The M4 motorway (Junctions 17 & 18) provides fast road access to London, Bristol, Swindon and the West Country. Nearby Chippenham offers a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and amenities including a sports/leisure centre and main line rail services There is a good choice of both state and private schooling in the area, with several well known private schools, including St Mary's Calne, Stonar, Grittleton House, Pinewood and Westonbirt, as well as the reputable colleges in Bath, all in close proximity. Those with an interest in country and leisure pursuits are well catered for in the region.