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An exquisite five bedroom cottage dating back to approximately the mid-to-late eighteenth century and benefitting from two modern extensions. The property is in stunning condition, throughout having recently been repainted both inside and out and new carpets to many rooms. The Property combines traditional cottage living with contemporary and stylish features.
Period features still abound including exposed beams and sliding window shutters. There is a stunning Bath and Portland stone fireplace with a multi-fuel burner in the main reception room. The current owners have commissioned both internal and external iron work and an internal stained glass window inspired by the name of the house.
The modern kitchen is of specific note, immaculately designed with a dining area, extensive storage, a silk granite worktop, a two-oven Aga and a butler’s sink. The central island houses a Bosch oven and induction hob. Central heating is provided by a separate Aga boiler.
Doors lead from this room out onto the patio terrace where there is a private dining, sitting and entertaining area. The four reception rooms on the ground floor offer comfortable and versatile living accommodation and are currently set up as a garden/tv room, a principal sitting room, a library/snug and a home office. The house flows exceptionally well and is in our opinion light throughout.
The master bedroom is accessed via the staircase in the oldest part of the cottage and benefits from a recently fitted dressing room that adjoins the en-suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms in this part of the house which share the family bathroom. There are another two bedrooms, one of them with a large en-suite shower room, accessed via the new staircase at the kitchen end of the property. These rooms are currently set up as self-contained and are ideal for a teenager or guests.
The house is approached via a no-through village road and has private off-street parking and a double garage with power connected. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn, well stocked and wrap around the house to the front and side of the property. They are beautifully presented with the aforementioned south-facing private terrace and a cedar wood summer house. The mature gardens contain a mixture of pear, plum, walnut and cherry trees as well as shrubs and cottage garden plants.
Broad Town is conveniently positioned for access to Royal Wootton Basset, Swindon and Marlborough. There are many good private schools in the area including Marlborough College, St Mary’s in Calne and Dauntsey’s School in West Lavington. For state education Royal Wootton Bassett Academy has been awarded an outstanding report from Ofsted.
The village of Broad Town also has its own very well-regarded primary school. Junction 16 of the M4 is around 5 miles away providing excellent road links both to London to the east and to Bath, Bristol and Wales to the west. Frequent main line rail services from Swindon to Paddington take around 60 minutes of travel time
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