- Detached House
- Period Property
- Immaculately presented
- Additional Log Cabin annexe
- Breath taking 180 degree views views
- Large Gardens
- Situated towards end of no through Road
- Elevated Location
- Plenty of Parking
- Quiet position
Brocklebank is a detached house dating back to the 1800's with a later addition in 2016/17, constructed of painted rendered stone elevations under a tiled roof relieved by wooden double glazed windows. The property is situated in an elevated position offering the most idyllic rural 180 degree views. Brocklebank is presented to a high standard with a palette of neutral tones of white and grey , giving it a bight light feel throughout. The property retains many period features such as inglenook fireplace, exposed wall and ceiling beams with the benefit of contemporary living. On the ground floor there is an attractive fully fitted kitchen breakfast family room which has been extended enjoying the most spectacular rural views. Off the inner hall there is a study area and a well appointed ground floor bathroom. The sitting room has a double aspect which gives it plenty of light as well as inglenook fireplace with a pretty log burner for those cosy evenings. Complimenting the ground floor is a particularly large utility/boot room. The first floor has 3 double bedrooms, the master benefitting from a double aspect windows the largest of which frames the view. Additionally, there is a well-appointed shower room The gardens extend to approximately 1/3 acre and there is a carport and parking for 2 cars to the front of the property. The Scandinavian solid log cabin is set within the grounds and is accessed through the double gates at the rear of the property, it originally came from Finland in 2007, and is beautifully presented with an open sitting/kitchen area, large vaulted windows, a pretty bedroom with high vaulted ceiling and en suite bathroom. The cabin has its own terrace area and parking for multiple vehicles. Brocklebank is almost at the end of a no through road with no passing traffic, it is elevated and boasts breath taking views. The hamlet of Greenhill has a very diverse active community with equestrian, agriculture and country side walks in abundance.
Front door leads into a hallway with plenty of storage cupboards with cloaks and sitting area, this opens into the kitchen /breakfast room with a range of built in wall and base units, 11/2 bowl Belfast sink, dishwasher, fridge freezer and Rangemaster oven and overhead extractor, and ample work surfaces, the kitchen opens into a family area where there is ample room for a table and chairs as well as a seating area. The spacious room also enjoy double sliding doors onto a decked area and 180-degree views. Inner hall with stairs to the first floor and a study area. Ground floor bathroom with well appointed basin and shower over, WC, basin and heated towel rail. The sitting room has an inglenook fireplace and log burning stove and enjoys plenty of light being double aspect. Steps lead down to the spacious utility room/boot room with stainless steel sink and a range of wall and base units, oil fired central heating boiler with exposed beams.
The landing has a shelved cupboard with 3 double bedrooms and a shower room off it. Bedroom one has a painted stone wall and is double aspect enjoying garden and rural views. Bedroom 2 enjoys views toward the front of the property and has a double wardrobe with a shelved cupboard and hot water tank. Steps off the landing lead to Bedroom 3 which has a vaulted ceiling and ceiling beams. Complimenting the first floor is a shower room with exposed wall and ceiling beams, large shower cubicle, basin and WC.
The Cabin sits in the rear garden below the main house but still commands an elevated position enjoying rural views. The Cabin was built in 2007 and is constructed of solid wood from Finland. It is insulated and cladded and has triple glazed windows throughout. The front door leads into a hallway and off the hall is a useful utility area with basin and recess for washing machine with work surfaces and wall and base units. The is a cloakroom with basin and WC. Leading through the hallway is a beautiful open plan kitchen/breakfast room with sitting area, it certainly has the wow factor as the large windows bring the outside in, for those cosy evenings there is a log burner. The kitchen has a range of worksurfaces, wall and base units integrated Bosch electric oven, and integrated dishwasher. Double doors lead onto a decked area. The is a bedroom on the ground floor with a vaulted ceiling complimented with an en suite bathroom, with well appointed appliances with bath, separate shower, basin and WC.
The house is approached via the village street to concrete driveway and carport, with outside lighting and steps leading to the front door, there is also pedestrian access via a picket gate and fence to the side of the front door. The front garden is fully stocked with mature shrubs and specimen trees and pretty flower borders giving it a cottage garden feel. In front of the kitchen window is a private paved terrace which enjoys a southerly aspect. Side gated path leads to the rear garden. 2 x 5 bar gates lead to a large parking area enough for 8 plus cars. There is a storage area under the decking for gardening equipment and a workshop to the side of the log cabin. The garden extends to about 1/3 of an acre and is mainly laid to lawn, enclosed by laurel and mixed hedging, there are plenty of raised beds for vegetables and fruit, a pretty rockery full of wildflowers a pretty pond with bridge over, fruit trees and a wild area with sloping path leading down to the bottom of the garden. There are various seating areas to enjoy the wonderful views which are all around. Due to the limited number of properties in Greenhill there is very limited light pollution so the star-gazing opportunities are immense, although there is easy access to the M4 and Royal Wootton Bassett.
Mains electricity, water and private drainage - Klargester processing unit. Oil fired central heating. Telephone lines subject to the usual transfer regulations.
The property is Band E and Band A for The Cabin. Wiltshire County Council
If you have any questions about this property, please call Julie Fellows 07828 114578 or email email@example.com
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