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The Old Granary, with date stone 1770 at one end and dovecote at the other is surrounded by gardens. The covered porch opens onto a tiled hallway with stairs to the right and a superb sitting/dining room through double doors on the left. This area has limed oak flooring and a stone wall behind a Clearview wood burner. One wall is glass with doors to a paved patio and walled garden with trees, lawn and flower beds. The dining end has French windows to wide stone steps and further lawns and flower beds. A glazed door leads from here to the kitchen which has windows the length of one side above granite work tops and bespoke fitted units. There is a Lacanche chef’s double oven (electric and gas) with five burners and griddle at one end of the room and an Aga wood burner at the other. A spacious utility room with fitted cupboards, Belson sink and stable door leads onto a box edged herb garden and protected patio area with greenhouse and potting shed. Opposite the front door there is a snug with Inglenook fireplace including a bread oven and an efficient wood burner. One wall is of stone and the other two have alcoves and windows onto the gardens. Beside the front door is a lavatory.
Upstairs the spacious landing has a study area under a sky light and a window overlooking the paddock and fields. The main bedroom is vaulted with wooden flooring and windows to the side and rear. The en-suite bathroom has a claw foot bath. The study bedroom has a glazed door opening onto the old granary stone steps. It has a fitted wardrobe and second window. The guest room has a Velux window and a fitted wardrobe. Both these rooms have engineered oak flooring. The second shower room was recently fitted with modern grey tooled stone tiles and white suite.
Nettleton is a small village with a popular post office/ village stores close to Castle Combe and Badminton. There are outstanding primary schools in nearby Acton Turville and Yatton Keynell where there is also an excellent medical practice. Chippenham station is 8 miles distant and Bristol and Bath are both accessible by car. Junctions 17 and 18 of the M4 motorway are equally convenient.
Outside the grounds extend to over three quarters of an acre including a fenced paddock, well stocked orchard, hen house, shed and vegetable gardens, pond, lawns shrubs, roses and flower beds with stone patio and dedicated barbecue area. There is private parking to the front.
Services: Mains water and electricity, oil fired heating, sewerage plant serving 9 dwellings and costs divided between the five owners.
Council Tax Band F.
Attractive Character Home
2 Reception Rooms
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