Nettleton Road, Burton, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN14

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
This beautifully restored Grade II listed farmhouse sits within the heart of this thriving and vibrant village, there are so many special features, all of which have been incorporated into this substantial home.

A beautiful family home nestled within this picturesque Cotswold Village, The Old Farmhouse has Grade II elegance with original and quirky features. Located in the heart of the village, with the garden wrapping around the house, plenty of parking and lovely views across open farmland.

The Old Farmhouse is approached from the gravel driveway, where there is ample parking for several cars and a stone shed for the boiler, and storing logs and recycling bins.

The large terrace is the perfect place for entertaining and provides a welcome entrance into the house.

On one side is a large utility room with plenty of storage space which creates a pantry style alcove at one end, next to a downstairs shower room and cloakroom which is perfect for depositing muddy children or dogs without them trailing mud through the house! And then the magic of this house begins to weave around you from the moment you step into the kitchen, we see the flagged floor, the bespoke kitchen cabinets, the central island with an induction hob, and a range cooker tucked into the fireplace, which all create a comfortable family home and one which will be great for hosting and entertaining. Adjacent is a dual aspect dining room with beams and beautiful features. There are two doors off the dining room, one to the large terrace and one leading to the spacious triple-aspect sitting room. This has impressive beams, a log burning stove in the inglenook fireplace, and a door to the curving stone steps which lead to the spacious and ventilated cellar. From the sitting room you step into a further reception room, with bespoke Neville Johnson bookcases lining the room, so let's call it a library, with its stable door leading onto the terrace, but it could be space for teenagers or a beautiful place to work from home.

A staircase winds its way to the first floor where all the bedrooms are a great size, there are six bedrooms in the house. Bedroom two is a beautiful room, with a pretty fireplace and windows on both sides. Currently bedroom three is being used as an office, again with bespoke Neville Johnson cabinetry. This room, along with the rest of the house, enjoys strong Wi-Fi. Bedroom four has been re purposed as a dressing room, and has previously been used as a nursery. Between these two bedrooms there is a large family bathroom with a bath and a separate shower cubicle.

The principal bedroom is magnificent in space and height, with a vaulted beam ceiling, and windows on two sides. The en-suite shower room has been recently refitted to create a wet room. Stairs curve down from the principal bedroom to the kitchen.

On the second floor this fabulous house creates a perfect environment for children, it feels almost Alice in Wonderland with its large bedrooms but small entrances. A shower room lies between the two bedrooms, and a large landing could create a small sitting room.

The outside gardens wrap around the house. There are three stone sheds, perfect for storing garden equipment, outdoor furniture and bicycles. The three linked garden areas give plenty of privacy and each has a different feel; the side garden is laid to lawn and perfect for play, and the front garden is a more traditional country garden, with lawns, trees, flowers and rose gardens.

The village of Burton lies on the southern tip of the Cotswolds and is in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty with a variety of old cottages, farmhouses and larger country homes. The village has an excellent sense of community amongst the residents. The property is within walking distance of local amenities that include 'The Old House at Home' - a popular public house/restaurant, a farm shop with a cafe, a new play area and the parish church. Also, within easy reach are several beautiful walking routes including the Church path and footpaths through the rolling countryside to Lower Castle Combe or the Badminton Estate. In the nearby village of Acton Turville (0.5 mile) there is a shop and post office and excellent primary school. A further primary school is at nearby Yatton Keynell. There are direct school bus links from the village centre to primary schools and several popular secondary schools. More comprehensive amenities can be found in the market town of Chippenham and the Georgian City of Bath both of which have main line rail links.

The property is nestled in the countryside but close to major road links including the M4 Junctions 17 and 18, providing excellent access to Bristol and Bath (each 20 minutes) and London.

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