- Two/three bedroom period cottage within an area of outstanding natural beauty
- Period features including inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and mullion windows
- Kitchen with integrated Neff appliances
- Dining room
- Sitting room with inglenook fireplace, wood burning stove and mullion window
- Two bedrooms including an additional bedroom leading off main bedroom with scope to add en suite
- Bathroom with Burlington shower
- Enclosed gardens
- Beautiful countryside walks from your doorstep
An utterly charming two/three bedroom 17th Century period cottage tucked away within the picturesque hamlet of Upper Castle Combe and within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty of the southern Cotswolds. Molescroft is an attractive cottage with rubble stone walls and traditional double Roman tiled roof, with an interior that offers plenty of character such as an inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. A bespoke made solid oak front door leads through into a lobby with a cloakroom/WC leading off and an entrance into the kitchen, which has a range of traditional units with integrated Neff fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob, Neff dishwasher and Neff washing machine/dryer. An oak stable door to the rear opens into the garden and patio areawith lovely views over the garden. The two reception rooms are spacious and light with the inclusion of exposed timbers, a lovely inglenook fireplace in the sitting room with wood burning stove, bespoke made oak French doors opening into the garden and an attractive stone mullion window. On the first floor are two bedrooms with the master bedroom having a further bedroom leading off which can either be used as a nursery,dressing room or one could convert to part en suite. A recently fitted classic bathroom suite with Burlington shower, services all bedrooms and there is also and airing cupboard.
The enclosed and private garden is level and mostly laid to lawn with a patio area to the rear with box hedge, a mixture of mature shrubs and trees with boundary wall and fence. Gated access leads to the driveway and the front where there is a no through road with fields and wonderful countryside.
Upper Castle Combe is, as the name suggests, situated on the outskirts of the main village.
Picturesque Castle Combe is noted for its unspoilt Cotswold character and Grade II listed properties. Its immaculate street scene has been used as a film location for "War Horse", "Stardust" and "Dr Doolittle".
Voted " the prettiest village in England", Castle Combe has a secluded position in the By Brook Valley. At the heart of the village is the 14th Century Market Cross, a small hotel and a public house.
A short walk from the property there is also the Manor House Hotel with its Michelin star restaurant and the golf club with a Peter Alliss designed course, regarded as one of the top 100 in the UK.
Castle Combe lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, amidst beautiful North Wiltshire countryside, north west of the market town of Chippenham and within easy reach of the Georgian city of Bath, with its many cultural, leisure and shopping attractions. Tetbury and Cirencester, two typical Cotswold's towns, are close by.. The M4 motorway (Junctions 17 & 18) provides fast road access to London, Bristol, Swindon and the South West. Nearby Chippenham offers a comprehensive range of shopping facilities and amenities including a sports/leisure centre and main line rail services (Paddington 75 minutes) There is a good choice of both state and private education in the area. Those with an interest in country and leisure pursuits are well catered for in the region.