Having been in the same ownership for some 35 years is this quintessentially English Grade II listed cottage, with three receptions, ground floor wet room, kitchen and utility. The three double bedrooms enjoy vaulted ceilings, one with en-suite.
Situated within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, many walks can be enjoyed in the surrounding countryside followed by refreshments in one of the pubs, cafes or Manor House. The M4 motorway is 8 miles and train station 6.5 miles, both provide links to London.
Comprising entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, garden room, utility, wet room, three bedrooms, ensuite, bathroom. The old wooden door leads into the entrance hallway with a handy store for coats and jackets or use as a larder to your left hand side. The kitchen is straight ahead and leads through into the new reception room which has lovely vaulted ceilings with Velux windows, windows spanning the rear with bifold doors leading out onto the garden, the tiled floor benefits from underfloor heating in this room. A side door leads off the rear of this room to the utility room and a ground floor wet room, the dining room leads off the utility and could provide an ideal ground floor bedroom if required (there are two steps between the rooms and a narrow opening). A door leads from the dining room into the living room, which is in the centre of the property with a door to the entrance hallway and stairs to the first floor. The central inglenook fireplace offers a focal point to this room and has a log burner. On the first floor bedroom two has an ensuite, there are two further double bedrooms and a main bathroom. All of the upstairs benefits from vaulted ceilings giving an additional feeling of light and space.
Outside the property has a rear garden which is west facing enjoying afternoon and evening sun, there is a good size patio area for outside dining, large expanse of lawn with shrub borders. There are two small stores, one housing the oil fired boiler and the other providing a handy space for storing of wood for the log burner. A garage is situated in a courtyard opposite the property, this is likely to fit small to medium modern cars.
Castle Combe, often referred to as 'The Prettiest Village in England', is a quintessential Cotswold village and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Situated in northern Wiltshire approximately 12 miles from the Georgian city of Bath and approximately 5 miles north-west of Chippenham, which has train links to London Paddington Bath and Bristol to name a few. Castle Combe Castle stood to the north of the village of Castle Combe. The Castle was a medieval Motte and Bailey Castle standing on a limestone spur overlooking the By Brook River, only earthworks and some stonework of the castle remain, which are on private land. There are local pubs and restaurants including The White Hart, The Castle Inn Hotel which is owned by The Manor House Hotel. The Manor House itself is 14th Century and offers Michelin starred dining along with a championship Golf Course. Cafes include The Old Stables and The Old Rectory provides pre-booked picnics for collection or hosting in the village hall. The adrenaline seeking, nearby Castle Combe Circuit will satisfy all needs. All major supermarkets deliver to the village and further amenities can be found in nearby villages offering further pubs, convenience shops and farm shops. And everything else you could possibly require would be found in nearby Chippenham with large supermarkets and various other chains. The M4 motorway is approximately 8 miles away and provides links to London, Bristol and Bath along with cross country links to the north and south.