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This fine and imposing former Cotswold farm house is now in need of general updating and offers a superb opportunity to enhance the many character elements. The main hall with an easy rising staircase leads to the two flanking double aspect reception rooms, each with a stone fireplace and wood burner. One opens to the kitchen/breakfast room with fireplace recess, suitable for wood burner and to the side is a more recently added conservatory looking onto the garden. A rear hall with a second staircase to the rear landing, connects to a flagstone floor parlour with original pump and stone sink. There is also a cloaks/shower room to one corner and a door to the outbuildings. The main first floor landing provides access to the two primary bedrooms and a smaller room, though each will accommodate a double bed. An enclosed staircase ascends to the attic floor with two large eaves rooms. The rear landing provides three further bedrooms and a bathroom.
Yatton Keynell is a sought-after location in a Conservation area on the edge of the Cotswolds. This popular village is proud to boast a good selection of amenities including By Brook Valley Church of England Primary School, a village store and post office, a doctor’s surgery plus The Bell Inn. Nearby is the famous quintessential Cotswold village of Castle Combe known for its traditional unspoilt character and fine hotel and Golf Club. There is excellent access to the M4 via Junctions 17 or 18 offering easy access to Bristol or London. Bath is approximately 14 miles and Chippenham (5 miles) has a mainline train station.
The original gated entrance opposite the church has a gravel drive to the front door. To the rear is a large walled courtyard with gated access to a further courtyard and a number of stone outbuildings, one of which still has an original range and copper wash pots. The boiler house has a lower floor level. The gardens border open fields and are mainly laid to lawn with a number of shrubs, trees and around ten apple and plum trees along with fruit bushes. With fenced and stone wall boundaries southerly views add to the appeal.
Services: Mains connected water and electricity. Oil heating. Council Tax Band F.
Former Farm House
3 Reception Rooms
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