Main House: Entrance hall • Sitting room • Dining room • Snug • Study • Kitchen/Breakfast room • Boot room • Utility room • W.C. • Master bedroom with en suite bathroom • Four further double bedrooms • Family shower room Stable Cottage: Sitting room • Kitchen • Shower room • Bedroom Outbuildings: Seven stable boxes • Tack room • Barn • Garage/Workshop Description
Originally a Hall House, the house has a beautiful roofline, partly thatched, partly Cotswold stone tiled, and the house is full of period features such as exposed beams, wooden panelling and original fireplaces. For those that love the countryside, the house has so much to offer with sunny west facing gardens, and with the land and outbuildings, you have the option of both equestrian and domestic use. The main house is a practical family home that benefits from five double bedrooms as well as a separate one bedroom cottage. The principle reception sitting room has a substantial fireplace built from stone which has been said to have been taken from Malmesbury Abbey. There is a cosy snug with a gas wood burner. Alongside the living accommodation there is an office and a large laundry and boot room, offering plenty of practical storage, which includes a kitchen pantry. The farmhouse kitchen has glazed French doors opening out onto a beautifully planted rose garden and landscaped sun terrace. Being west facing the garden benefits from the sun all day long. There was planning permission in place that allowed for a large kitchen/dining extension and further bedrooms into this part of the garden, which could with the correct advice, be reinstated. There are four parterres with box hedging which are filled with a stunning collection of David Austin roses, anemones and alliums, bordered by stone balustrades which look out over the paddocks. There is stabling for seven horses and large storage barns, together with paddocks, ideal for equestrian use. The paddocks are stock fenced and the land could easily be rented out for grazing should one wish. Situation
Little Fosse Farm is positioned on the edge of Nettleton, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the south Cotswolds with Bath a short distance to the South. The property is situated in Beaufort Hunt country and The Badminton Estate is just a few miles away. The property lies between the villages of Nettleton and Castle Combe which is a hugely desirable, peaceful and idyllic spot. Walking and riding in the area are excellent with some of the best walks in the country right on your doorstep. The M4 motorway junctions 17 and 18 are 15 minutes’ drive away and mainline rail at Chippenham is a 20 minute drive (Paddington 1 hour 15 minutes). Both Nettleton and Castle Combe villages have thriving communities with churches, a post office/general store and excellent pubs. There are a number of schools, playgroups and doctor’s’ surgeries in nearby villages and both Bath and Bristol are within easy reach offering excellent schools, shops and leisure facilities. Additional information
Tenure: Freehold. Services: Private Drainage, oil fired central heating, mains water and electricity. Planning: Wiltshire council. Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Carter Jonas.
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