Mill Lane, Corston, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, SN16 0HH | Property for sale | Savills
359.35 sq m
Guide price £1,395,000(40,058,990 EGP)

Mill LaneCorston, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, SN16 0HH

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Edge of village position
  • Easy access to M4 (J17) and Chippenham Station
  • Contemporary living
  • 4/6 bedrooms, 3/4 reception rooms
  • Self contained annexe
  • Delightful garden

A stylish family house with the advantage of a self contained annexe and a beautiful garden. Set in half an acre but with further land being made available by separate negotiation.

About this property

  • Frith House was built in 1996 for the current owner who has subsequently enlarged the property to provide a versatile and striking family home. Indeed, the latest alterations have created a contemporary twist to the original with an exceptional L shaped reception space. The full height sliding panoramic doors bring the garden ‘into' the house and create an enviable living space with four roof lights to give an outside feeling from within. It is zoned for summer and winter living with the latter focused on a wall mounted ‘Home Cinema Television' with built in guillotine door wood burning STUV below. The dining area adjoins the kitchen through double glass doors beyond which is the utility room. Also, on the ground floor is a cloakroom, study and a spacious reception hall which can fulfil a number of different requirements but is presently used as a music room. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, two of which have en suite shower rooms. There is also a family bathroom. The whole house is light and airy.

    Accessed either separately or through the house is the self contained annexe with a kitchen, utility room sitting room with wood burner, opening out onto the garden terrace. Downstairs is a large double bedroom and family bathroom. The landing also serves as an office area. two bedrooms a wet room and a shower room. Not only can the rooms be used in conjunction with the house, but they make for holiday use lets or for use by extended family. In effect a very useful and versatile suite of rooms.

    Outside, gates which open into a parking area providing space for a number of vehicles. There are also flower and lavender borders as well as box hedging. The principal garden is a particular feature of the property with professional landscaping the landscaping Indeed, the whole garden creates a peaceful and private setting made even more attractive by the inclusion of many maturing trees and an open outlook. Linked to the house is alogia which kitchen, BBQ and dining area which captures the evening sun and overlooks the flagstone terrace with raised flower beds which leads onto the parterre and the ros and clematis covered pergola. The beech hedge behind divides this part of the garden from the informal grassland and tree boundary. Set discreetly in one corner is an implement garage, hardstanding and compost area.

    In summary, this splendid house is an open plan home, beautifully presented, well appointed throughout and with the advantage of an excellent self contained annexe. The garden creates a picturesque setting and there is also the opportunity to acquire paddock land by separate negotiation. The land benefits from separate vehicular access from Mill Lane and Common Road and includes a traditional barn.

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A perfect house for those wanting contemporary living together with a self contained annexe and a delightful garden.

Anthony CoakerProperty agent

Local information

  • Frith House is tucked away in the north Wiltshire village of Corston, approached off a No Through lane in a quiet location. Corston itself supports a village pub and is equal distance between Malmesbury and the M4. The former is reputed to be England's oldest Borough and offers an excellent range of everyday shops, including Waitrose, and services. More boutique style shops and restaurants are found in nearby Tetbury. The M4 provides easy access to a number of regional centres, whilst from Chippenham there is a fast and regular train service to London Paddington.
  • Good recreational and sporting facilities in the area include golf at Bowood and Westonbirt, whilst most water sports are catered for at the Cotswold Water Park. There is racing at Bath and Chepstow, motor racing at the Castle Combe circuit and polo at The Beaufort Club. The Westonbirt Arboretum is also close by.
  • The area is well known for its schools in both the state and private sectors, including Westonbirt, Beaudesert Park, St Mary's Calne and those in Bath and Bristol.

Additional information

  • Malmesbury 2 miles, M4 (J17) 3 miles, Chippenham 7.5 miles. Tetbury 8 miles, Bath 24 miles, Bristol 27 miles
  • Directions: From Junction 17 of the M4, head north on the A429 towards Malmesbury. After about three miles, and on entering Corston, pass the Radnor Arms on the left and at the sharp right hand bend, turn left into Mill Lane.Proceed along this lane and the driveway to Frith House will be seen towards the end of the lane on the right hand side. From Malmesbury, take the A429 south towards the M4 and Chippenham. After about two miles, and on reaching Corston, turn sharp right into Mill Lane as the road bends sharply to the left. Follow as above.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G