This substantial Grade II listed house retains a wealth of period charm and has so much to offer its new owners. With 6 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, farmhouse kitchen, off-street parking and garden, it is sure to tick all the boxes!
Tucked back from the High Street, this beautiful property is secluded from the road but has the benefit of a double parking area.
On entering, it has a welcoming entrance hall leading through to a generous farmhouse style kitchen-dining room. Light-filled from its double aspect, this hub of the home has an Aga in a stone surround, Belfast sink and glazed doors leading out onto the central courtyard. There is a separate utility room and pantry with plenty of storage. The dining room has a feature wood burner set between two garden view windows and provides a wonderful entertaining space. It flows through into a second reception space which is currently used as a snug, with a door to the garden. This leads through to the main sitting room via another attractive hall area containing the main stairwell and a downstairs cloakroom. The main sitting room has a second stone-surrounded wood burner, floor to ceiling window over-looking the garden and glazed doors opening out onto the central courtyard. The ground floor retains a wealth of its period features and exposed floor boards throughout. The impressive and versatile first floor is split into two wings. The main bedroom wing has a light-filled landing with conservation skylights, four bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate shower room. Within the kitchen, enclosed stairs ascend to a further bedroom wing comprising of two bedrooms and a bathroom. The configuration of the first floor lends itself to a number of additional uses, including multi-generation living. Outside, there is a pretty stone-paved courtyard which can be accessed from 3 of the downstairs living areas, making it perfect for alfresco dining and an additional summer hub of the home. This leads up to the rest of the walled garden which is laid lawn with flower and shrub beds and foliage surrounds.
The property is situated on the pretty High Street of Colerne, which is an attractive and popular south Cotswolds village, a short distance from the historic Georgian city of Bath. Historic in its own right, Colerne is a thriving village surrounded by stunning countryside with far reaching views to the south over the delightful Box valley. The village offers excellent amenities including a store, newsagent, post office, florist, two public houses, Colerne C of E Primary School and Early Years Playgroup. There is also a regular bus service into both Bath and Chippenham. For the commuter, there is easy access to Junctions 17 and 18 of the M4 and to London Paddington from Bath Spa or Chippenham train stations. For Michelin star dining or a wonderful spa experience, Lucknam Park country house hotel is also nearby, as is The Manor House Hotel and Golf Club in Castle Combe.