- 18th century detached house
- 3 or 4 double bedrooms, 3 ensuites
- 5 reception rooms
- Lovely contemporary kitchen breakfast with modern Aga
- Over 1/3rd acre beautiful gardens backing onto fields
- Community pub, church and school in walking distance
- Could be sub divided to provide annexe if required.
An outstanding 18th century detached house, presented in immaculate order throughout, with beautiful gardens backing on to open fields.
Covid 19 restrictions
We are now able to arrange viewings and valuations. Due to the pandemic, sensible precautions and conditions are now in place, to protect all parties. Before a viewing is arranged we would ask for any potential buyer to have seen the property externally(if possible), be familiar with the area and to have undertaken as much research as possible. Phone us and ask anything. Let us know your likes and dislikes and we will do our best to guide you. We do not want to place at risk our vendors or ourselves, to any unnecessary contact. Ideally viewers should be in a position to proceed and for this property to be what they are looking for, not simply to get an idea with a future view of possibly moving. If any person is 'at risk', had recent contact with anyone showing cold like symptoms, or in any way feels unwell, please inform us so a decision can be made. All viewings will be accompanied. Please wait away from the front door for us to arrive. Please bring hand sanitiser, if possible disposable gloves and face masks. We will open up and when ready ask you to step inside. We will all keep a 2 meter distance. If you wish to see inside a cupboard etc, ask us to open it. Do not touch anything. If you accidently touch anything please inform us so we can disinfect. Once the viewing has taken place please exit the property immediately. We would ask you to then phone us with questions and feedback. We look forward to seeing you.
The Village and property
Located between Broad Hinton and Avebury, the village has long been one of the most sought after locations in the area providing a lovely village feel with historic church and an excellent recently refurbished community owned Pub, without the hustle and bustle of a larger village or lack of facilities of a smaller one. Marlborough, Swindon and Royal Wootton Bassett are all about10 minutes drive, over some of the most beautiful countryside in the country.
The property is believed to dated back to the middle 18th century and was the village post office and stores. It has recently undergone a transformation into a charming, characterful, luxury home with a light contemporary feel inside whilst retaining many beautiful features. Currently configured as three large bedrooms all with adjoining bathrooms, it could easily be converted back to four doubles if desired.
Through the front door into the entrance porch and on into what was originally the post office, now a lovely hall with original stone flooring. Turning right through double doors into the L shaped drawing room with high vaulted ceiling , deep recessed fireplace and wood burning stove, spiral staircase to a minstrels gallery which leads into the master bedroom suite. Turning left into the garden room, currently used as a home office with door and windows into the garden and door to the front into a woodstore. Back into the drawing room and right into an inner hall with door into a butlers pantry or store room and door into a refitted downstairs toilet. The utility room is next, with door into the garden, limed units with solid wood worksurfaces, plumbing and space for appliances, Belfast sink and oil fired boiler. The kitchen breakfast room, has been recently refitted with contemporary high gloss units and contrasting granite worksurfaces over, integrated appliances and centre stage a lovely Pistachio coloured AGA, space for a four seater table and chairs.
A good sized family room with window to the front, wood burning stove, main staircase rising to the first floor and double doors opening into the dining room. The dining room overlooks the garden with windows to the rear and side, double doors to the side and door opening to the back staircase, let's go up. We walk directly into the third bedroom or guest room, a generous double with windows to the rear and side, door left into a well appointed ensuite shower room and door straight on into the second bedroom. Again a generous double with lovely part vaulted ceiling, window to the front and door onto the main landing. Door left on to the main landing, left into a beautiful shower room, staircase descending to the family room and door into the master bedroom suite, or 4th bedroom if required. Firstly we walk into a large dressing room or private study area, door left into a large walk in wardrobe and door straight on into the master bedroom. A lovely sized room with original exposed timbers, door left into the well appointed ensuite bathroom with separate walk in shower, and finally a door to the minstrels gallery leading us back to the drawing room!
To the front a large gravelled parking area for 6+ cars, original working well, two charging points for electric cars and a single garage, converted into a workshop with power and lighting.
To the rear, we will walk out from the utility room onto a shady courtyard, ideal for summer dining or drinks, a larger sunny patio area is next edging onto the pond with cascading water feature and garden lighting. A beautiful garden mainly laid to lawn with numerous mature trees and shrubs, well stocked flower borders, two timber sheds(one for toys, one for tools!) and views out to the rear over rolling countryside. Of particular note is the bridleway to the side allowing an easy 10 -15 minute walk to the larger village of Broad Hinton with pub and excellent primary school.
Services, tenure and local authority
Mains electricity, water and septic tank drainage(new system, serviced and cleaned in last 12 months). Oil fired central heating(serviced 2020). Telephone lines(& high speed broadband) subject to the usual transfer regulations. (No tests to the suitability of services have been carried out and intending purchasers should commission their own tests if required).
The property is Freehold.
The property is Band G, 2020/2021 £3090.40 Wiltshire Council. Trowbridge, Wiltshire. BA14 8JN. 0300 456 0100.
If you have any questions about this property, please call our Marlborough office 01672 512299 or email email@example.com POSTCODE SN4 9QB