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Sitting on approximately 0.3 acres and with over 5,000 square feet of accommodation is this stunning late 18th Century, recently renovated, Grade II Listed detached family home, conveniently located within easy reach of Malmesbury town centre.
Woodmarsh House is full of character and period features including exposed beams, fireplaces, good ceiling heights and large windows as well as having undergone an extensive refurbishment programme in recent years.
The accommodation is arranged over four floors offering, to the ground floor, reception hall, separate sitting and dining rooms occupying the bay windows, study, cloakroom, garden room and kitchen breakfast room with recently installed fully fitted kitchen and underfloor heating. The cellar provides utility room, boiler room, snug and store room.
The first floor comprises a superb master suite with built-in wardrobes and a luxurious Heritage en-suite bathroom with underfloor heating, guest suite, two further double bedrooms, family bathroom and shower room. While the second floor consists of a further double bedroom and large 'L' shaped attic room.
The property is serviced by mains gas, electricity, water, sewage and broadband as well as being protected by maintained burglar and fire alarm systems
The market town of Malmesbury is situated on the southern edge of the Cotswolds, reputed to be England’s oldest borough. Malmesbury offers many shops including Waitrose, a variety of independent boutiques, coffee shops and well regarded restaurants.
The area is popular with families due to the excellent local state and private schools which include Malmesbury School, Westonbirt School, Beaudesert School, Dauntsey’s School and Marlborough College.
There are a wide variety of local sporting events and pursuits including the horse racing at Cheltenham, Badminton Horse Trials, Castle Coombe race track, polo at Cirencester Park and the Cotswold Water Park with its many facilities.
The location provides excellent communication links with Junction 17 of the M4 being only 5 miles away making central London, Bristol, Cardiff and the South Coast accessible. For those looking to use the rail system Chippenham, Kemble and Swindon stations provide a regular service to London Paddington.
The property sits on approximately 0.3 of an acre accessed via a gated entrance opening in to a walled and fenced drive offering ample off street parking and accessing a double garage.
To the rear a large dining patio leads to an enclosed garden measuring approximately 68' x 60' with lawn and decked areas, fruit and walnut trees, raised beds and water feature.
Detached 18th Century Family Home
Recently Renovated Grade II Listed
Sitting & Dining Rooms
Study & Garden Room
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Basement With Utility & TV & Store Rooms
Off Street Parking & Double Garage
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