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Set in a tucked away position and enjoying splendid rural views is this four bedroom house with attractive gardens and grounds extending to circa 1 acre. The house has been recently updated, the decor is predominantly heritage and neutral shades and enhances the light and airy, well proportioned rooms. A bespoke kitchen/breakfast room is the heart of the house and has been beautifully completed with Fired Earth free standing kitchen units having solid French oak surfaces, and includes an electric AGA, butler style sink and ample space for a dining table. There is access from here to a utility room, guest cloakroom and door leading to the garden. In addition there is a dining room/family room, sitting room and entrance hall, all with period features including exposed beams, parquet wooden flooring and wonderful wood burning stoves.
The first floor comprises a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The splendid master bedroom has its own staircase leading from the kitchen and is filled with natural light from the large dual aspect windows and vaulted ceiling. It has several built-in cupboards and an excellent contemporary en suite bathroom which includes a free standing bath and a generous walk-in shower. Three further bedrooms are off a central landing, along with the family bathroom.
The rural hamlet of Yatesbury is situated amidst stunning rolling countryside in an area of great historical significance and interest. The hamlet has a church and is close to the village of Cherhill, and is around 6 miles from Calne and 10 miles from Marlborough. The larger commercial centres of Chippenham and Swindon both have stations with direct services to London Paddington and the South West and access to the M4 motorway. The surrounding downland countryside is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and it is also an area of great historical interest and significance with ancient settlements and burial sites including the World Heritage Site at Avebury and Silbury Hill. There are many footpaths and bridleways around the village making it ideal for walking and riding.
The house is approached via wrought iron gates onto a gravel drive allowing parking for several cars. The gardens and grounds extend to circa 1 acre in all and back onto open fields and offer a good degree of privacy. The garden immediately surrounding the house is mainly laid to lawn, has mature hedging, shrubs and flower borders. Outbuildings include a stone chapel and two large barns which offer many uses.
Master Bedroom With En Suite Bathroom
Three Further Bedrooms
Gardens & Grounds Extending to Circa 1 Acre
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