- Three bedroom Grade II listed home on the sough after High Street
- Beautiful master suite with exposed trusses and en suite and dressing area
- Two further double bedrooms
- Sitting room with oak floor boards and exposed timbers
- Attractive kitchen
- Courtyard garden
- Walking distance to all of Corsham's excellent amenities
Caxton House, which originally formed part of the Temperance Hotel, is a fine example of a Grade II listed, three bedroom house on the High Street in Corsham. The first documented record of Caxton House was in c.1805 and remained in the historical families of Mr Harrison, Taylor, Bradbury, and Spackman. This property has had many uses over the years including a livery supplier, stationer, and printer, after which the building returned to residential use. In 2004 Caxton House underwent an upgrade that allowed its original features to be highlighted, which included wooden floorboards, exposed timber beams, stone walls and stunning cast iron windows.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors with the ground floor consisting of the highly attractive sitting room with oak floorboards, exposed beams and exposed stone wall. Access through into the kitchen is via two openings which create a lovely flow to this beautiful space. The current owners have upgraded the kitchen which suits the style but fits with modern living and there is a downstairs WC leading off from the inner hallway as well as a door to the private and enclosed courtyard garden.
On the first floor is a landing area with airing cupboard, two double bedrooms and a family bathroom with shower over bath. Stairs from the landing area lead up to the master suite which is a stunning room with exposed trusses, dressing room with beautiful French style doors and an en-suite shower room.
The beautiful views to the rear overlook part of Corsham Court's peaceful and private gardens and a stunning privately owned house. To the rear of the property is a lovely high walled courtyard with a raised flower bed, summerhouse and an old privy which is used for storage. The original courtyard flagstones still remain, but are currently covered by a temporary layer of bark.
Services include gas central heating and mains drainage. The current owners have also installed a Positive Input Ventilation (PIV) system.