Bay Tree Cottage is a stunning and characterful Grade II listed village house, with excellent proportions featuring high ceilings and light, spacious rooms set over three floors. Originally three cottages, this wonderful home has been sympathetically modernised and updated, whilst retaining many period features including exposed timber beams, a splendid inglenook fireplace and original bread oven. The ground floor features a well equipped bespoke fitted country kitchen with a fabulous central island and under floor heating with an adjoining breakfast room. A formal drawing room sits off the entrance hall, which in turn has space for a desk and leads into the excellent sitting/dining room which is a wonderful space for entertaining and benefits from access onto the garden. A guest cloakroom is located in the side lobby along with a useful pantry, coat cupboard and the side door.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms situated off a bright and airy landing, all of which have en suite facilities. Of particular note is the front bedroom suite which has a splendid vaulted ceiling, a beautiful en suite bathroom and dressing room.
The second floor comprises a generous bedroom with exceptional rural views, a good size dressing room with an adjoining contemporary bathroom and has a double Jacuzzi bath, twin sinks with mirrors over and heated towel rail.
Situation Sandy Lane is a small village situated between the villages of Bromham and Derry Hill in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a church and public house with a farm shop, primary school and nursery in nearby Bromham. Chippenham and Devizes offer a more comprehensive range of amenities, with a main line station at Chippenham (about 6 miles away) offering direct services to London Paddington and the South West, whilst Jct 17 of the M4 is about 9 miles to the north. The surrounding countryside provides many opportunities for walking, cycling and riding, with the Avon & Kennet Canal, the historical village of Lacock and Bowood House all nearby.
Outside The house is approached over a large gravel drive, allowing parking for several cars. A raised flower bed sits adjacent and is planted with an array of plants including many roses, with three brick outbuildings including a garage, wood store and storage shed. A path leads to the garden which is mainly laid to lawn, and has an adjoining gravel terrace perfect for outside entertaining.
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