Malmesbury Wiltshire SN16 Charlton,
- Guide Price
- G Council Band
Features at a glance
- Rural location on the edge of Charlton
- 3 Reception rooms
- 5 Double bedrooms
- 3 Bath/shower rooms
- Front and rear gardens - approximately 0.77 acres
- Ample parking and garage
- No through lane
- Three miles from Malmesbury
Rural setting, close to the village
Bisley House is idyllically positioned at the end of a no through lane, on the edge of Charlton, adjoining and overlooking open countryside. The main reception rooms all lead off from the spacious entrance hall including the light-filled south facing drawing room, with its Jetmaster fire. The large kitchen/breakfast room is also south facing. It is fitted with plenty of units and has space for a large dining table, as well as French windows leading onto the garden. There is a separate dining room and a cosy sitting room, also with a Jetmaster fire. A utility room and guest cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation. Upstairs, the principal bedroom benefits from having an en suite bathroom and walk-through wardrobe. Four further double bedrooms lead off from the wide, light landing along with a bathroom and separate shower room. The landing also benefits from extra storage and the partially boarded loft space can be accessed via a pull-down ladder.
This property has 0.77 acres of land.
To the rear of Bisley House is a lawned, secluded garden, flanked by mature hedging. At the front of the house is an attractive garden with roses, a parking area and a paved terrace, an ideal spot for outdoor dining. Across the lane, there is additional parking, a garage with adjoining store/workshop, an outbuilding for mowers/gardening equipment and sloping down from here, bordered by a brook at the far end, is an established area of lawn with several mature trees.
The village of Charlton lies within unspoilt North Wiltshire countryside, about 3 miles from the ancient town of Malmesbury. The village has a pub, The Horse and Groom, church and a village hall as well as many countryside walks. Malmesbury offers a good range of everyday shops and services, including Waitrose and Aldi supermarkets as well as the historic Abbey and a leisure centre. Other local towns include Cirencester, Tetbury and Chippenham whilst more extensive shops and cultural activities can be found in Cheltenham, Bath and Bristol, all of which are within daily commuting distance. The area is well served by an excellent choice of both state and private schools – Malmesbury School is particularly well-regarded. In the private sector there is Westonbirt, Beaudesert Park, St. Mary’s Calne and Marlborough College. There are plenty of sports in the area including golf courses and many equestrian events. Communications are good with easy access to both Junctions 16 and 17 of the M4 as well as regular train services to London Paddington from Kemble (from 71 minutes), Chippenham (from 70 minutes) and Swindon (from 55 minutes).
From Malmesbury, take the B4040 for Cricklade and Charlton. Continue on the B4040, passing the right hand turning for Garsdon and Lea, and then turn right just after the 30mph sign onto the No Through Lane. Bisley House can be found at the end of the lane on the left hand side.Read more
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