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Property details

  • 4 bedrooms


  • Beautiful, quirky cotswold cottage
  • Countryside location
  • Abundance of period features
  • Feature indoor well
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 ensuites and family bathroom
  • Large garden
  • 3 bay garage + outbuildings
  • CCTV, fire alarms and pir controlled outside lights
  • No onward chain

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Backing onto 140 acres of woodland and open fields is this stunning, unusual and very pretty Cotswold stone cottage. Offering a great expanse of living and entertaining space, with a wealth of period features. The property is accessed over a gravel driveway through stone pillars and 7ft high wooden gates.

Porch Solid stripped pine double french opening style entrance doors. Traditional flag stone floor. Round leaded windows to each side aspect. Second solid oak original inner door, leading to sitting room.

Sitting room 6.91m x 3.65m (22' 8" x 12' ) A large reception room with inglenook fireplace, with stone kerb and housing a wood burner and an oak over mantle. Oak stripped block flooring. Exposed Cotswold stone walls with wall lights. Original oak beams to ceiling. Bay window with window seat, overlooking front garden aspect. Second window to side aspect. Oak and elm stripped wood staircase leading to first floor. Under stairs storage cupboard with elm ledge and braced door, presently used as a log store. Small bread oven feature inset into wall. Victorian radiator and brass light switches and sockets. Small pine cupboard housing electric meters. Wood fire door leading to study and pine stripped ledge and brace door leading to formal dining room.

Formal dining room 6.37m x 3.65m (20' 11" x 12' ) With oak block flooring. Cotswold stone exposed walls with wall lights, inglenook fireplace with stone kerb. Fitted leaded light glass fronted display case beside the fireplace, with internal light and double door cupboard below. Original oak ceiling beams. Under stairs storage cupboard with stripped elm door. Bay window to front aspect and another window to side aspect. Stripped oak and elm staircase leading to first floor. Brass sockets and light switches with dimmer. Original Victorian radiator. Natural wood fire door leading to kitchen

kitchen 3.18m x 3.07m (10' 5" x 10' 1") Natural wood block flooring with a range of handmade pitch pine base units and cupboards, with original Victorian brass handles. Part exposed Cotswold stone and part tiled walls. Stunning stripped natural original elm beams throughout, sloping pitch pine panelled ceiling with spot lights and flourescent lighting. Villeroy and Bosch one and a half bowl ceramic sink with waste disposal. Connection for a dishwasher. A range of Gaggenuau appliances to include a 4 ring ceramic hob with extractor fans fitted each side, a lava stone BBQ, a deep fat fryer and double ring gas hob. All this complimented by a stunning red aga, supplying hot water and cooking. There is also a seperate built in fan oven with two built in microwave ovens. Stainless brushed steel sockets and switches. Window with pine wood blind to rear aspect. Pitch pine door to rear lobby/utility room.

Rear lobby/utility room Flagstone floor, stripped pine ceiling. Room housing central heating boiler. Space and plumbing for utilities. Window to rear aspect. Solid oak stable door to driveway and garden.

Well dining area 3.91m x 3.07m (12' 10" x 10' 1") Open plan from kitchen. Dining area with a circular oak dining table erected above a Roman well with a plate glass insert. The well can be illuminated to give a birds eye view of the ancient walls and water below. There is a feature Victorian well. The dining area has exposed Cotswold stone walls, pitch pine panelled ceiling and stripped pine block flooring. Large elm beams. Reclaimed oak stable style open plan partition leading to study/second reception room.

Study 3.91m x 3.07m (12' 10" x 10' 1") Stripped pitch pine flooring. Feature pine panelled wall, with pine over shelf. Exposed Cotswold stone walls with wall lights. Window to rear aspect with security lock and pine wooden blind. Pine ledge and brace door to shower/wet room.

Wet room Large built in shower with sliding glass door, internal glass shelves and floor to ceiling mocha ceramic stone tiles. White low level push button WC, pine vanity unit with white oval free standing basin and central mixer tap. Chrome ladder style radiator, stone tiled floor, shaving mirror and further towel rail. Window to side aspect with security lock and deep oak windowsill.

Landing From sitting room
Oak and pine staircase leading to small landing with fire door, stripped pine floorboards, Victorian radiator and storage cupboard. Window to side aspect overlooking fields. Double pine doors to

bedroom 1 with en-suite toilet 4.97m x 3.64m (16' 4" x 11' 11") Large pitch pine wardrobes with shelving in one cupboard and four overhead cupboards. Part exposed Cotswold stone walls, with painted wall and wall lights behind bed. Stripped original pine floorboards, exposed ceiling beams, original cast iron fire place with pine fire surround. Window with deep sill to front view aspect on to the garden. Radiator with cover. Pine door to en suite low level WC and wash hand basin. Half tiled walls and tiled floor. Small pine shelf.

Bedroom 2 with ensuite 4.61m x 2.75m (15' 1" x 9' 0") Beamed attic bedroom with original stripped pine floorboards. Part stripped Cotswold stone walls. Roof sky light window and window overlooking side aspect, with views across open fields. En suite bathroom with cream suite, shower attachment to bath taps. Stripped floor, spot lights and shelving to side of basin, and a useful hanging area. Radiator.

Landing From formal dining room, elm and pine stripped staircase leading to fire door to landing. Victorian radiator, small storage cupboard and window to side aspect. Double pine doors to second attic bedroom

bedroom 3 2.60m x 3.64m (8' 6" x 11' 11") From landing - pine door to the second first floor bedroom. Stripped pine original floorboards, exposed stone and painted walls with wall lights and fitted pine wardrobe. Feature wall with exposed oak beams and leaded light window at ceiling height. Radiator with radiator cover. Window to front aspect overlooking front garden.

Family bathroom Traditional white suite with a square pedestal basin, shower attachment to bath taps and low level WC. Portuguese ceramic tiled flooring. Half pitch pine panelling around the bath. Victorian radiator. Extractor fan and shelf unit. Stained glass panel window. Door returing to landing and stairs to 2nd floor.

Bedroom 4 and ensuite 4.61m x 2.75m (15' 1" x 9' 0") Double pine doors to staircase with banisters and rope banister. Stripped original pine floorboards, exposed and painted walls, stripped beams. En suite bathroom with stripped oak flooring. Green suite, bath taps with shower attachment. Low level WC, square pedestal basin. Fitted shelving and hanging rail, spot lights and wall lighting.

Garden Sweeping golden gravel driveway leading to extensive very private front garden mainly laid to lawns. Borders loaded with mature shrubs. Walnut, apple, cherry and greengage trees. The garden is enclosed by 6ft walls. There is also a brick built BBQ. Beside the garage is a 5 person good quality hot tub with an all weather cover. Victorian street lamp. Oil tank for Aga behind house. Outside taps.

3 bay garage Garage with ample space for three 4X4 size vehicles. The garage has electric with sockets and automatic pir activated lighting. Each garage can be individually padlocked for extra security. Large shelf unit for storage. Pir controlled lights and power.

Outbuildings There is a large wooden building with laminate flooring, presently used as a games room.This space would equally serve as a gym or office. Power. There is also a garden shed for garden tools etc and two further wooden outbuildings.

Council Tax Band: F


Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Chippenham 4.1 miles
  • Melksham 9.4 miles
  • Stanton St Quintin Community Primary School 1.1 miles
  • Kington St Michael Church of England Primary School 1.4 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Chippenham 4.1 miles
  • Melksham 9.4 miles
  • Stanton St Quintin Community Primary School 1.1 miles
  • Kington St Michael Church of England Primary School 1.4 miles

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  • £254,238
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