- Detached period cottage
- Character accommodation
- Versatile 3/4 bedroom arrangement
- 3/4 reception rooms
- 2 bathrooms
- Aga kitchen/breakfast room
- Outbuilding with home office potential
- South-east facing garden
- Private parking
- Walking distance to village amenities
The ground floor offers generous reception space comprising three rooms and a magnificent kitchen/breakfast room which features high vaulted ceilings and an electric Aga plus integrated dishwasher and washing machine. Adjoining the kitchen is a delightful walk-in larder. The characterful living room showcases flagstone flooring, large stone fireplace with multi-fuel burner, exposed stone walling and timber features. The ground floor bedroom is a versatile room which can be utilised as a further sitting room if preferred. To the side, there is a sizable utility room/workshop with dual-access. On the first floor, there is a further bathroom and two principal bedrooms plus an additional bedroom/hobby room.
Greywalls is approached through a gated driveway providing parking for several vehicles and the plot is fully enclosed by high timber fencing creating a good sense of privacy and security. The garden enjoys sunny south-east facing aspect and is arranged predominately in front of the cottage whilst to the side there is a further garden area which houses a detached timber studio/outbuilding. The outbuilding has recently been re-roofed and does require further remedial works but offers an excellent opportunity for a home office or gym with the outbuilding benefiting from power connections.
SITUATION Minety is a lively village with a strong sense of community which is echoed in their new community run shop whilst the village also boasts a pre-school, excellent primary school and two pubs. The village has a wide variety of clubs and activities, a village hall, a church at Upper Minety, well respected local rugby club and tennis club. The neighbouring village of Ashton Keynes (about 1.5 miles) also has an excellent range of local amenities. Minety is located on the edge of the renown Cotswold Water Park where there is an array of leisure facilities, walking routes and sporting activities available. The charming market town of Malmesbury is less than a 10 minute drive away boasting a comprehensive range of amenities including the very sought after Malmesbury Secondary School. The Capital of the Cotswolds market town of Cirencester (8 miles) has a further range of shops and leisure facilities whilst the road network provides good access to Swindon and to the M4 and M5 motorways. There is a mainline rail service from Kemble (5 miles) to Bristol and London reaching Paddington in about 75 minutes.
TENURE & SERVICES We understand the property is Freehold with oil fired central heating through a brand new Worcester external boiler with mains drainage, water and electricity. The property has double glazing throughout and is not Listed. Within level walking distance to village amenities, this DETACHED natural stone cottage displays beautiful period features and offers versatile 3/4 bedroom arrangements. Sunny south-east facing garden and parking.
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