- Glorious location
- On a no-through road
- 3 beds, 2 bath/showers
- Kitchen with Aga
- 3 reception rooms
- Double garage, outbuilding
- Lovely gardens
- Countryside views
- Adjacent 10 acre field
- 2120 sq ft
with a large mature garden and an adjacent 10 acre field.
3 double bedrooms, 2 bath/shower rooms - one en suite. Hall, sitting room with log burner,
dining room, AGA kitchen/breakfast room, garden room with study alcove, utility and cloakroom.
Double garage, parking, wooden stable/storage barn. Attractive formal gardens.
This charming property lies towards the end of a no through road and occupies a glorious location with a south-west facing rear aspect over its gardens to the open countryside beyond. The original cottage dates from the late 1800s and was extended at the rear with a generous dining room in the mid 1980s and again at the side in 2006, when the property was also refurbished and upgraded. Works included a fabulous country kitchen with painted units and an electric two oven AGA, wet underfloor heating throughout and oak internal doors. Outside the gardens and grounds are a particular feature and extend to almost an acre.
The front door leads into a part galleried and tiled hall with cloakroom off and coat hanging cupboard. A door leads into the delightful kitchen, which has a good range of units with Iroko hardwood work surfaces, a built-in electric cooker and microwave, plus an integrated dishwasher. In addition there is a shelved pantry and a further useful storage cupboard. From the dining part of the kitchen a door leads into the utility room which has a Belfast sink and plumbing for the washing machine. The sitting room has an oak floor, a fireplace with fitted log burner and a French door leading into a charming courtyard garden which has a well. At the rear of the sitting room a door leads into the large dining room, which enjoys a double aspect and has a vaulted ceiling. The garden room provides a perfect vantage point for enjoying the view and is well lit by windows, French doors and a ceiling lantern window. There is an interesting study alcove off with built-in desk. On the first floor, the landing has a cupboard housing the pressurised hot water cylinder. The dual aspect master bedroom has built-in wardrobes and an en suite shower. Next door, bedroom three is a small double and beyond is the good size second bedroom, which is adjacent to the family bathroom.
To the side of the property is a parking area and the double garage. A five bar gate leads through to a timber barn/tool shed which is sub-divided and has power and light plus a log store on the end. The gardens have well stocked beds, a pergola, trellis work, a greenhouse with power, vegetable beds and a rose garden. In addition to the lawn are several ornamental and various fruit trees. There are two wild flower meadows and steps at the end of the garden lead down to a lower section, part of the old quarry, where there is a summerhouse.
The Adjacent Paddock
Directly across the lane is a 10 acre field accessible via a 5 bar gate. In addition there is separate access from Common Road.
Double Garage 5.79 x 5.77
Power and light, range of storage cupboards and a sink.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Under floor heating throughout via the oil fired boiler in the utility room, which also houses the manifold for the ground floor. The manifold for the first floor is in the airing cupboard. Council Tax Band F - £2,854.17 payable for 2021/22. EPC rating Band D - 59.
Directions to SN16 0HH
From Malmesbury, head south on the A429 towards Chippenham. On reaching Corston, on the left hand bend turn right into Mill Lane and continue to the far end where the property will be found on your left hand side, prior to the pillared entrance to West Park House.