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EQUESTRIAN - An imposing five bedroom detached, oak framed barn style property, set within a total plot of 3.38 acres with additional annexed accommodation, garaging, large gravelled yard, barn with three adjoining stables, tack room and feed shelter.
This delightful property provides substantial family accommodation arranged over two floors extending to 4,576 sq ft and includes a number of attractive features with the added benefit of under floor heating to the majority of the ground and first floor areas. Upon entering the property a welcoming entrance hall leads you through to a well appointed kitchen/family room with integrated appliances and an adjoining utility room. Double opening glazed doors lead from the entrance hall to an impressive main reception room with windows and glazed doors running the full length of the room opening onto a southerly facing terrace. This room has been zoned into two areas including both a spacious dining area and drawing room which boasts a full height vaulted ceiling providing a perfect frame to the substantial exposed oak trusses and ceiling beams. The ground floor accommodation also includes a study/snug with wood burner and cloakroom.
From the entrance hall a staircase rises to the first floor living space which provides an en suite master room with balcony, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Located within the eastern wing of the property is a further suite of rooms comprising a living room with an adjacent utility room, ground floor shower room and two first floor bedrooms.
This property is featured by our Equestrian department.
Brinkworth is a popular village with a thriving community a good level of local facilities and is on record as being the 'longest village in England'. Within the village there is a primary school, nursery, church and public house.
The historic market towns of Malmesbury, Cirencester and Tetbury are within easy reach and the location is just 5 miles from Junction 16 of the M4. There are public transport services and good road access to the larger towns of Cirencester, Chippenham, Swindon, Bath and Bristol whilst the M4 junction 17 is approximately 7 miles south. Trains from Chippenham and Kemble link with London Paddington within approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.
The property occupies a plot extending to a total of 3.38 acres which forms both garden and paddock land. High wooden, double open gates lead through to the rear of the property with an detached oak framed building providing both open parking, storage, and annexed accommodation comprising a kitchen/living space, shower room and first floor bedroom.
To the rear of the house is a wide terrace and lawn. The driveway continues down to a gravelled yard, barn, three stables, tack room and open feed shelter.
Main House: Entrance hall
master bedroom with en suite
two further bedrooms and a family bathroom to the first floor. The eastern wing houses a further suite of rooms including
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