5 bedroom house for saleDurlett Road, Bromham, Wiltshire
- Beautiful Period Home
- 5 Double Bedrooms
- 4 Reception Rooms & Study
- Approx.10 Acres
- 'Mark Wilkinson' Kitchen
- Paddocks & Woodland
- Purpose Built Stabling/Office
- Large Established Garden
- Views Of Roundway Hill
- 2 Bedroom Annexe
Clenche Farm is an exceptionally attractive and spacious Grade II Listed country home set amidst splendid gardens and grounds totalling approximately 10 acres. A completely rural location down a tree lined private drive and with views of the historic Roundway Hill where the famous Battle of Roundway took place, this individual family home has a wonderful sense of arrival. Internally an entrance hall with downstairs cloakroom leads through to an impressive four reception rooms and study, most are dual aspect with views, brimming with character features to include Inglenook fireplaces and exposed wall timbering and ceiling beams. There is a bespoke 'Mark Wilkinson' kitchen with granite worktops and a separate utility and boiler room. On the first floor the delightful landing with exposed elm floorboards has doors off to five double bedrooms complemented by two bathrooms. Externally there are a series of outbuildings, including a two bedroom cottage/annexe, a Dutch Barn, two yards and two double garages. In addition to these a detached outbuilding providing stabling/workshop/office. The attractive well maintained cottage gardens lead through to paddocks (which also has its own separate access) and a wooded copse.
Directions - From Devizes proceed on the A342 passing through the village of Rowde, continue until outskirts of Bromham are reached after about 4 miles. Take first turning left into Hawkstreet and continue on same road for some way until it becomes Durlett Road and the long driveway for the property is then a short distance along on the left hand side immediately after number 25 Lilac Cottage.
Situation - Located in Durlett Road on the outskirts of Bromham, a popular village with a thriving community. Local facilities include a primary school, public houses, curry house, a butchers, village shop and a Church. The historic market town of Devizes is close by providing town centre shopping, transport and leisure facilities, a cinema, theatre, museum and thriving weekly market. The Kennet and Avon canal runs through Devizes and also provides walking and fishing facilities. The major centres of Bath, Chippenham, Salisbury, Swindon and Marlborough are all within a thirty mile radius.
Accommodation - Porch, front door in to:
Entrance Hall - Exposed ceiling beams and timbering, balustrade stairs to first floor, under stairs cupboard, radiator.
Cloakroom - Exposed ceiling beams and timbering, wash hand basin, low level WC, radiator, tiled floor.
Dining Room - Dual aspect room, exposed ceiling beams and timbering, Inglenook fireplace with log burning stove, two radiators, built-in cupboards.
Kitchen - Dual aspect, travertine tiled floor, radiator, bespoke solid wood wall and base cupboards and plate rack by 'Mark Wilkinson' with granite worktops and upstands, TV and telephone points, extractor hood, under cabinet recessed lights, plumbing and space for dish washer, electric double oven and grill, 5 ring gas hob (LPG), stainless steel double sink bowl and drainer unit.
Utility - Wall and base units, radiator, plumbing and space for washing machine, cupboards.
Boiler Room - Door to garden, new oil fired boiler ( November 2015) , tiled floor, pantry cupboard.
Drawing Room - Dual aspect, three radiators, exposed ceiling beams and timbering, TV point, exposed brick fireplace with log burning stove.
Sitting Room - Triple aspect, French doors to garden, brick fireplace with log burning stove, Tv point and two radiators, cupboard.
Family Room - Dual aspect, radiator, Inglenook fireplace, exposed ceiling beams and timbering.
Study - Radiator, telephone point, exposed ceiling beams and timbering.
First Floor Landing - Exposed ceiling beams and timbering, elm floorboards, two radiators.
Bedroom One - Triple aspect, two radiators, TV point and fitted cupboard. To get to the bedroom there is a walk-through dressing area with radiator and built-in cupboards and an airing cupboard with an immersion tank.
Bathroom - This could be used closed off and used as an en suite if one wished or as a second family bathroom. Wooden panelled bath with shower over and glass screen, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shaving light, radiator, loft access.
Bedroom Two - Dual aspect, two radiators, pedestal wash hand basin, exposed ceiling beams and timbering.
Bedroom Three - Dual aspect, pedestal wash hand basin, fireplace, exposed ceiling beams and timbering,
Bedroom Four - Exposed ceiling beams and timbering, radiator, cupboard.
Bedroom Five - Radiator, built-in double wardrobe.
Bathroom - Radiator, wooden panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, extractor, exposed ceiling beams and timbering,
Externally - A long driveway accessed over a cattle grid and flanked by mature tress takes you down to Clenche Farm with fabulous views of Roundway Hill to the side. A 5 bar gate open s through to a further driveway leading to a top and lower yard where there is an annexe, two double separate garages (One requiring some improvement), a Dutch Barn and a purpose built outbuilding providing stabling/ workshop/ office. The whole house gardens and grounds equate to approximately 10 acres.
Annexe Cottage -
Dining Room - Night storage heater, stairs to first floor.
Sitting Room - Door to rear, night storage heater, brick fireplace.
Kitchen - Dual aspect, fitted wall and base cupboards, worktop, sink, plumbing and space for washing machine, 'Neff' electric oven, electric 4 ring hob.
First Floor - Loft access.
Bedroom One - Night storage heater.
Bedroom Two - Electric heater.
Bathroom - Close couple WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bath and shower, heated towel rail / radiator, airing cupboard with immersion tank.
Dutch Barn And Lower Yard - Adjacent to the annexe, 3 old pig styes.
Double Garage - Two up and over doors. (Requiring some improvement).
Double Garage And Stores - At the top of the driveway a more modern double garage with two up and over doors, light and power and eaves storage. There are two good sized store rooms to the rear of the garage.
Stabling And Top Yard - This purpose built outbuilding currently used as an office and workshop/store is designed as two stables with walkway to front and an adjoining tack room / hay store. Electric, light and power are all connected.
We believe this outbuilding has the potential to convert to ancillary accommodation to the main house (subject to the relevant planning permissions being granted). Further yard to the rear.
Gardens - Well maintained and completely private gardens that have been established and cultivated by the current owners, featuring lawns, well stocked colourful borders and planted beds, children's play area, kitchen garden with vegetable plots.
Paddocks And Woods - Enclosed paddocks with post and rail fencing and separate gated access. Along the southern boundary is an area of mature woodlands.
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