Milbourne, Malmesbury: £1,100,000
Set back from the road down a private drive, a substantial detached home with stunning countryside views situated within this popular village and located on the edge of Malmesbury
DESCRIPTION Yew Tree Lodge is a detached substantial family home discreetly situated within the village of Milbourne on the edge of Malmesbury with stunning views across adjoining countryside and the Charlton Park Estate beyond. Built in c.2000, the property is constructed of Cotswold stone under a tiled roof and has been extended over the years with immaculately presented accommodation extending in all to 3,206 sq.ft.
Welcomed by a spacious entrance hall with stairs up and cloak room off, the ground floor comprises a light and airy family room at the front with fireplace and built in storage, a useful study and spacious living room with double doors to the garden and wood burning stove. The kitchen/dining room is at the heart of the house with French doors taking in the views, the bespoke ‘Sambourne’ kitchen has fitted units with granite worktops, electric AGA, island breakfast bar and ample built in appliances off which is a utility room. On the first floor there are five excellent sized bedrooms, three of which have built in wardrobes and ensuites shower rooms. The stylish family bathroom has a separate shower and roll top bath.
Surrounded by 0.4 acres of grounds, the property is set down a private drive and entered through double timber gates to an ample parking area and double carport with electricity and storage above. The private gardens are arranged to the side and rear of the property with a vegetable garden, children’s play area and are laid mostly to lawn with a raised timber decking making the most of the fantastic views.
SITUATION The property is situated within the village of Milbourne, located on the edge of Malmesbury and within 20 minutes walk to the town centre. Malmesbury is an ancient hilltop town situated on the southern edge of The Cotswolds. Traditionally a market town serving the rural area of North West Wiltshire, the town is reputed to be the oldest borough in England created by Charter in 880 AD by Alfred the Great. Today, the High Street has numerous independent shops, pubs and restaurants including a new Waitrose store and a regular weekly Farmer’s market whilst the town has excellent choice of both primary and secondary schools and good recreational and leisure facilities. The M4 motorway (J17) to the south provides fast road access to the major employment centres of Bristol and Swindon together with London and the West Country. Main line rail services are available from Chippenham and Kemble (Paddington in about 75 minutes).