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A well proportioned detached village house, recently reconfigured by its current owners, situated on a no-through lane in an elevated position in this appealing and unspoilt Cotswold village. The house is well laid out with an inviting reception hall leading to the an impressive, extensively fitted kitchen dining room which includes a welsh dresser unit, marble topped island unit and an electric double Aga. French windows open to the side with a stable door out to the rear, south facing garden. The drawing room enjoys a dual aspect and has a stone fireplace with inset Jetmaster fire and French windows onto the garden. Beyond is a study with lovely views to the front of the house. The property also provides a further sitting room and useful utility room with cloakroom adjacent to the kitchen. The first floor comprises four bedrooms, of which two are en suite, and a large family bathroom complete with shower cubicle and free standing double ended bath.
Brokenborough lies in rolling countryside above the River Avon, with stunning walks directly from the property. The village has a good pub, The Horse Guards, and a Church. Nearby Malmesbury, an ancient market town famous for its 12th century Abbey has a good range of faculties including a Waitrose supermarket with Cirencester providing a wider choice of shops. Kemble Station (London Paddington 77 mins approx.) is about 9 miles and Junction 17 of the M4 about 10 miles. The area is noted for its schools with both well regarded primary and secondary schools at nearby and private schools within daily driving distance which include Westonbirt, Beaudesert Park and the Independent schools of both Cheltenham and Bath.
From the lane, stone walls open to a gravelled driveway providing off road parking. Steps lead up to a raised garden with views across the surrounding countryside. The rear garden is south facing, mainly laid to lawn with a number of established herbaceous borders. The garden is framed by a Cotswold stone wall and the Grade II listed church next door. Adjoining the rear of the house is a stone built Boiler/Store Room.
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