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A delightful stone built home located in the much sought-after village of West Kington. This characterful period property also benefits from a detached barn, garage/workshop and carport, as well as about 3.5 acres of flat paddock and woodland.
The accommodation comprises a reception hall, kitchen/breakfast room with Everhot range cooker, sitting room with wood burning stove, second reception room, which could be either a dining room or snug, also with wood burning stove, utility/boot room, downstairs W.C., master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, four further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
A major feature of this home is the L-shape detached barn which offers an open plan space with log burner and two sets of bi-folding doors opening out to the front. It could be used as a home office, studio, party barn or subject to the necessary consents, be turned into a self-contained annexe. The barn could easily be converted to stables as well. There is a garage/workshop attached with office space above and an oak framed carport which has an electric car charging point.
The property is situated in the picturesque and desirable village of West Kington which has a thriving community and local church. There are a selection of pubs in nearby villages of Castle Combe and Burton and there are several bridleways and footpaths in the area for wonderful country walks. The location offers good access to the M4 motorway junctions 17 and 18, and the railway at both Chippenham (London Paddington from 1hr 15m) and Bath Spa stations. The Georgian city of Bath, which offers a great selection of shopping and recreational facilities, is 10 miles away whilst locally amenities can be found at the nearby villages of Marshfield and Nettleton.
The established garden is mainly laid to lawn with various seating areas and is largely bordered by Cotswold stone walls. There is also a paddock and small woodland of about 3.5 acres just up the lane that has a water supply to both a tap and trough. The paddock is divided into two main areas, ideal for horses, and is flat.
Services: Mains connected electricity and water. Oil fired heating. Septic drainage.
Council Tax Band F.
Eat In Kitchen
L-Shape Converted Barns
Paddock and Woodland
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