This character Cotswold cottage offers not only charm and a wealth of period features, but a versatile layout suited to a small family looking to enjoy a rural lifestyle. The front porch is approached from a small flight of stone steps and leads into the kitchen/dining room, with a terracotta tiled floor and steps leading to the upper floor. Fitted cabinets under slate worktops incorporate a butler sink and modern electric range, with ample space for an American style fridge/freezer. There is also room for a table, a doorway opens to the sitting room. With a beamed ceiling and stone fireplace with inset wood burner, the front window looks out to fields opposite from a fitted window seat. The first floor comprises a small study landing with a rear lobby, leading out to the double aspect conservatory. With terracotta tiled floor and doors to the garden terrace, this makes a versatile space. Also off the lobby is a utility room with plumbing and recently installed heating boiler. To the front are two bedrooms served by a well-appointed family bathroom with wash basin and WC in a fitted vanity unit. The attic provides an attractive double aspect eaves bedroom with walk through storage area to an en-suite shower room. Limestone tiled floor continues into the shower cubicle and a skylight looks out to the rear garden.
The cottage occupies a gently sloping country garden with retaining walls and terracing surrounded by lawn and mature hedgerows. With elevated views across the neighbouring fields from a recently added garden studio, ideal for a multitude of uses. There is also a large gazebo with cedar shingle canopy above a paved patio with pizza oven; perfect for alfresco dining. NB:The neighbour has a right of way across the rear garden.
Castle Combe is a beautiful village within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The cottage is within a Conservation Area. Conveniently positioned for the M4 Junction 17 and A420, Chippenham or Bath railway stations provide direct access to London Paddington within 75/90 minutes. There are local attractions and many public footpaths, in addition to the array of pubs and restaurants to cater for all tastes. Set in the heart of the village is the award winning 14th Century 5 Star Manor House Hotel.
Services: Mains connected water and drainage with Oil fired heating. Fibre-Optic Broadband 21.7 mbps download - 13.3 mbps upload.
Council Tax Band E.
Famous Village Location
En-suite Shower & Bathroom
2 Reception Rooms
Country Garden & Studio
Virtual Tour available