- Substantial Cotswold stone farmhouse
- c.3 acre paddock
- 6 bedrooms
- Large kitchen/dining room
- 2 reception rooms plus office
- Large south-facing garden
- Private parking
- Walking distance to village shop and primary school
This large detached period former farmhouse dates back to the mid 19th Century and offers substantial family sized accommodation together with some 3 acres of paddocks. Situated on the edge of the village of Minety, the property offers an excellent opportunity to create an equestrian property or a smallholding.
The Cotswold stone built farmhouse has been extended over the years and offers spacious accommodation extending to around 2,575 sq ft which includes a large living room with beamed ceiling and wood burning stove, further family room and a country style 24' kitchen dining room with large island unit and ample space for a dining table. In addition there is an office, large utility/boot room and modern shower room.
On the first floor, there are currently 6 bedrooms adapted for a large family but could easily be reconfigured to four or five generous bedrooms if required. The principal bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and dressing room. The family bathroom has been newly refitted.
To the rear is a large level lawned garden with adjoining orchard. Beyond there is a sizeable yard and former ménage which leads to the large paddock extending to about 2.94 acres of level pasture with mature trees. There is ample parking at the front and the driveway continues to provide vehicular access the paddock.
|Minety is a lively village with a strong sense of community which is echoed in the new community run shop whilst the village also boasts a pre-school and excellent primary school. 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, LPG for the hob, mains drainage, water and electricity. Please note, there is a public footpath over the land.
A substantial period former farmhouse with c.3 acres