Built with natural stone and boasting a stunning interior this wonderful period home dating back to the 16th Century offers all of the lovely features of an older property but has the benefit of comfortable modern living, as the current owners have extended and updated the whole property. Parking can be found in the lay-by next to the property with access to the front gained via a gate. A porch to the front has a solid oak stable door and a door leading through into the sitting room although the obvious day to day access is through the oak stable door to the side that leads straight into the beautiful kitchen/dining room. The triple aspect kitchen has an attractive range of shaker style units with solid wood work tops, hot boiling water tap with filtered water, water softener Neff integrated appliances that include; dishwasher, double electric oven, induction hob, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer which is in the utility room. An 'L' shaped seating area provides an enjoyable place to eat and entertain with useful storage and wine rack beneath. The flooring is tiled with electric underfloor heating and a latch and braced door leads through into an inner hallway with WC/cloakroom, utility room and stairs that lead up to the landing area. The spacious sitting room has a wealth of character which includes, exposed timbers, window seat and fireplace with stone mantle and wood burning stove.
There are two separate stair cases that lead up to three double bedrooms, all of which have a tasteful and attractive decor. Bedroom one has a large walk in wardrobe and bedroom two has double wardrobes and can be accessed from the landing area as well as bedroom three which has a staircase that leads down to the sitting room. This arrangement provides flexible accommodation. The family bathroom is located off the landing and boasts an attractive white suite with bath, shower cubicle and electric under floor heating.
The garden has been designed with low maintenance in mind and is situated to the side and front with a very attractive patio area with raised borders which have been planted with an array of mature shrubs and flowers. There is an impressive log store, dry stone wall and fields to the rear which are owned by Neston Park Estate. The oil fired boiler and oil tank is to the rear with rent for this space costing just £250 per annum which is paid to Neston Park Estate Office.
Corsham is a pretty and historic town of architectural significance located on the southern fringes of the Cotswolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty and some 8 miles North East of the fine Georgian City of Bath. The town, noted for its fine High Street, has a wealth of beautiful and historic buildings dating from the 16th Century such as the Alms House and the historic Corsham Court with its landscaped open parkland. The town caters for most day to day needs with a range of national and bespoke shops, coffee houses, boutiques, restaurants and a variety of public houses. There are very good Primary and Secondary schools and the new Corsham Leisure Centre. Communications are excellent: Bath, Bristol and Swindon are all within easy motoring distance; there are fast road links to London and the West Country via the M4 motorway (J17 and 18 approximately 15 - 20 minutes away); and main line rail services are available from either Bath or Chippenham.