The Old Malthouse is a Grade II listed property overlooking The National Trust’s Westwood Manor and its orchard. The original house has been linked to its former barn to create a wonderful kitchen/breakfast room and additional accommodation.
The original house is arranged as a five bedroom win which contains the hall, main staircase, kitchen, dining room and a sitting room. Formerly let, it could again become part of the main property.
Internally there is lots of character, with open fireplaces, stone, wood and tiled roofs and all rooms have views of the delightful gardens or to the south to the Manor or the village church. The stylish conversion of the barn provided a large founds floor reception area arranged as a sitting room and a dining area with splendid views.
The accommodation in the house comprises: hall, cloakroom, drawing room, dining room, two kitchen/breakfast rooms, dining hall and sitting room, as well as the malthouse studio which has eight bedrooms, a dressing room, three bathrooms and three other attic rooms.
The Old Malthouse, £1,250,000, Savills
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The gardens are in around an acre and have some pretty terrace borders and two circular ponds linked by a well head and a fountain. There is also an apricot tree, a fig tree and three vines as well as three apple trees. There is also a small stream running into a larger pond beneath a mature magnolia. There is also a rose covered pergola in the garden and a kitchen garden with a small orchard.
The Old Malthouse is situated in the village of Lower Westwood which sits in an extremely pretty part of Wiltshire and just seven miles from Bath. The village itself has good local amenities and there are countless local attractions in the countryside as well as some very good schooling.
The guide price is £1,250,000. For further information please contact Savills on 01225 474 500 or visit www.savills.co.uk.