This handsome detached period home was the former mill keeper's cottage for Whistley Snuff Mill.
This unique family home occupies a delightful rural setting facing south on the edge of the sought-after village of Potterne set in large, delightful grounds of c.2.1 acres, which include the mill pond, mill race and waterfall.
The accommodation retains immense charm and considerable character with spacious and flexible accommodation arranged over two floors and briefly comprises; Fully enclosed entrance porch, sitting room with wood burner, inner hall which has a cloakroom and shower room leading off, separate dining room opening through into a music room with a study beyond. There is a generous sized kitchen/breakfast room which opens through into the family room with a traditional pantry, and a utility room leading off.
On the first floor is a principal bedroom, five further bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is the potential to create an ensuite to the principal bedroom by converting the smaller adjoin bedroom into a en suite bathroom. The small bedroom next to the family bathroom could also be amalgamated to create a larger bathroom.
The large, magnificent grounds are surrounded by open countryside and woodland and have a rear sense of seclusion and privacy, perfect for those who want to experience the good life and keep chickens, a donkey or even a goat. They include the unique feature of a waterfall, mill pond and mill race. A gravelled driveway provides generous parking and turning space. This fine period home is warmed by oil fired central heating and the more traditional feature of a wood burning stove and is enhanced by double glazing.
Potterne is a sought-after village with a strong community spirit which lies c.2 miles south of the old market town of Devizes. There are an excellent range of local facilities which include a convenience store with post office, thriving church, Five Lanes primary school at nearby Worton. George & Dragon public house and village hall which hosts several different events which include an annual pantomime, art exhibition and gardening and weekly lunch club. The village is surrounded by open countryside with many beautiful walks literally on the doorstep. A very special place in which to live.