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Brackens is a detached village home believed to date back to the 18th Century with significant extensions in the 1970s and 1990s to create a well proportioned and well presented family home. The house is approached via a gravel lane off Chapel Lane, with gardens to the front and a carriage drive sweeping past the mellow stone façade softened by a mature wisteria and attractive trees to the front. The reception hall, believed to be the oldest part of the house, has been re-designed to create a double height hall. The drawing room is an impressive room with a central fireplace and double doors lead into the dining room, both having double doors into the garden; a super entertaining space. The kitchen is of particular note with a bespoke hand made kitchen with a dining area and sitting room open to the side terrace; perfect for family dining. The four double bedrooms all benefit from their own private bathrooms and have pleasant aspects to either the front or rear.
Wingfield is a charming village with the benefit of the popular Poplars Public House, a family run country pub and restaurant with its own cricket pitch and team. In addition to St Mary’s church there is a Church of England primary school. The property is surrounded by beautiful open countryside with many public footpaths offering a range of delightful walks. There is a choice of bus services with the No 94 travelling to Bath via Wingfield and stops at King Edwards School before reaching the city centre; the No 96 circles to Bradford on Avon; the X96 provides transport from Frome to Bradford. The beautiful and historic town of Bradford on Avon has charming boutiques and restaurants as well as a railway station and of course Bath Spa offers mainline service of just 90 minutes to London Paddington.
The grounds of Brackens cover approximately 1.19 acres. This wonderful position benefits from bordering neighbouring farmland and enjoys pleasant views. Spitalfields is a gravel track with trees forming a tunnel creating a wonderful entrance to just Brackens and its neighbour. The lawn to the front is interspersed by trees and has a carriage drive providing plenty of parking. The main gardens wrap around the three further sides with a south-west terrace leading from the open plan kitchen. The lawn is bordered by hedges with mature trees and flower borders creating interest and colour.
Services: Mains connected water and electricity. Oil fired heating. Private drainage. Council Tax Band F.
3 Reception Rooms
1.19 Acre Level Garden
Village With Public House and School
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