This charming old vicarage is located in a popular north Wiltshire village
The Old Vicarage occupies a private setting on the edge of the village of Hilmarton in Wiltshire. Dating back to 1841, the house is Grade II Listed, and built of natural stone under a stone roof. It has also has undergone major refurbishment and been sympathetically extended to incorporate an orangery and sitting room.
Inside, the accommodation is beautifully presented. Reception rooms have generous ceiling heights and garden views, and there are many interesting period features throughout.
Accommodation in total comprises: hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room, orangery, kitchen/breakfast room scullery, boot room, cellar, and five bedrooms plus four bathrooms (three of which are en suite)
Outside, to the north of the house there is a pretty coach house draped in white roses. Accommodation inside comprises an open-plan kitchen/dining room, a sitting room and a bedroom suite. To the side is an oak framed twin car port, workshop and log store.
Parts of the gardens have been designed and laid out by Chelsea gold medal winner Peter Dowle, and are arranged into specific areas including a Victorian walled garden, an Italianate secret garden, a woodland garden and a herb garden. Two paddocks incoroprate a wildflower meadow, an orchard and a kitchen garden.
Hilmarton is a small North Wiltshire village with a pub, a primary school and a pretty 12th century church. The house lies just eight miles from Chippenham.
The guide price is £2m. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01285 627681 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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