- A handsome Grade II listed family home with approximately 3.5 acres of paddock
- Farmhouse kitchen with vaulted ceilings
- Spacious and light sitting room with vaulted ceilings
- Four double bedrooms of which two have en suite
- Dining room and snug
- Boot room utility
- Garden office/gym
- Triple car port and workshop
- Equestrian paddock with outbuilding which has potential to convert to stable block/loose box
- Vendor suited
Manor Farm House is an impressive and handsome Grade II listed detached family home occupying a generous plot of approximately 4 acres which includes attractive private gardens and 3.5 acres of paddock with outbuilding/workshop. The property was the former stables for the Manor House but has since been extended and updated to create a spacious family home offering a total of approximately 3942 sq ft. The driveway leads through woodland and alongside the paddock prior to leading you through a five bar gate into the parking area where there is a workshop and triple car port. The entrance is via a stable door that leads you into a hallway which has a coat cupboard, WC and access through into the boot room/utility. The spacious and light sitting room has vaulted ceilings with exposed timbers, inglenook fireplace and double French doors leading out onto the south facing patio. A well appointed farmhouse kitchen is very much the hub of the home with vaulted timber ceilings, limestone tiled flooring, plenty of storage, integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer, space for range cooker and a pantry which also has space for an American style fridge/freezer. An inner hallway provides access to the dual aspect 22.9 ft dining room, snug room, WC and stairwell that leads to the first floor.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms which include the master suite which has a wardrobe/cupboard and en suite bathroom with double shower cubicle and bath and bedroom two with stylish en-suite shower room. Stairs lead up to the second floor which has a further two double bedrooms with exposed timbers and a shower room that service both rooms. Bedroom three also has a range of floor to ceiling storage cupboards.
The south facing walled garden is incredibly private with a flag stone patio that leads onto a beautifully maintained lawn with central path leading down to a hornbeam hedge with garden gym/work from home office.
The paddock is ideal for equestrian use and has a substantial outbuilding with double doors and has the potential for conversion to stable or loose box. (subject to local planning consent).
The property is situated in the southern half of the village of Beanacre, near the small church and several other period properties. Beanacre is two miles south of the picturesque National Trust village of Lacock. The house is set back from the road and overlooks farmland to the rear. Most day-to-day requirements are catered for in the nearby market towns of Melksham and Corsham, or the slightly larger town of Chippenham to the north. Chippenham has direct mainline rail services to Bath, Bristol, and to Paddington in 75 minutes, whilst Melksham station is 25 minutes' walk, and offers trains to Swindon and Westbury. Good road communications provide easy access to the major employment centres of Swindon, Bath and Bristol, together with London and the West Country via the M4 (Junction 17 approximately 7 miles). There is a choice of good private and state schooling in the area, with walking and leisure facilities in the surrounding countryside.
The property is on septic tank, mains water and electricity.
Oil fired central heating.