Cromhall Farm is a very pretty farmhouse constructed of stone elevations under a Cotswold stone and clay-tiled roof thought to have been built around 1764.
The property has been extensively renovated by its current owners, while internally, the house still retains many good period features including exposed ceiling beams and lintels. Inside, the drawing room is an exceptional space very well suited to entertaining, and still has a remarkable chimney piece. The kitchen/breakfast room has been converted into an ideal space for a modern family, and leads to the dining room, which in turn can be viewed from the enclosed galleried landing above.
Four large bedrooms are spread across the first and second floors, and the second floor also has a boxroom which could be converted into another bathroom.
Outside, the impressive main stable block has 13 loose boxes, with a smaller block offering a tack room and three further loose boxes.
A cottage provides useful extra accommodation and comprises a kitchen/living room, bedroom and shower room. To the rear is a modern clear-span barn and a small brick outbuilding. Planning consent was given to the conversion of another outbuilding, The Falconry Barn, into a two-bedroom holiday cottage. East Barn has already been converted into a small holiday cottage.
The land is mostly paddocks to the side and rear of the house and comes to around 17 acres.
Cromhall Farm sits in a charming rural location while the nearby village of Kington St Michael has a pub, village shop and post office; Chippenham is just four miles and Bath 15 miles.
The guide price is £1,350,000. For further information please contact Carter Jonas on 01225 747250 or visit www.carterjonas.co.uk.
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