Picture No. 17
381 sq m
Guide price £1,200,000(€1,360,409)

High StreetColerne, Wiltshire, SN14 8DB

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Situated in a desirable village location
  • Unique and flexible accommodation
  • A wealth of period features
  • Rich and interesting history
  • Separate two bed contemporary cottage
  • Gardens and grounds of just over 0.5 acres

A beautifully appointed Grade II listed former farmhouse with contemporary cottage and pretty gardens in the heart of Colerne village.

About this property

  • Daubeneys Farmhouse is an attractive Grade II* listed detached stone long house, situated in the heart of Colerne village. Daubeneys offers in excess of 3,400 sq ft of well appointed accommodation arranged over two floors within the main house and approaching 700 sq ft in the stylish oak and glazed cottage. The main house also has the benefit of being able to create a self-contained wing in the original stable section, which makes it ideal for those wanting to create an independent space for family members or to rent out. The home also has a wealth of period features with many traditional beams, wooden latch doors, open fireplaces with beautiful stone surrounds, and oak and elm wood floorboards.

    The property has a rich and interesting history; there are ancient inscriptions, the historic banner of William of Wykeham (Bishop of Winchester, founder of New College, Oxford who owned the property for several hundred years) and a very rare pinnacle chimney capping on the east gable end.

    The accommodation is well laid out with a large and welcoming entrance hall, sitting room with fine period fireplace, study and a spacious family kitchen/ breakfast room. The large family room offers a great venue for entertaining and comes complete with its own kitchenette and ground floor shower room. To the first floor from here is a large galleried bedroom area. This section of the home can be closed off to become self contained but is also a welcome addition to the original home.

    To the first floor are three further bedrooms, including the master with an en suite shower room, and a large family bathroom serving the other two. Additionally there is a cellar, two cloak rooms, laundry room and workshop (accessed from the rear courtyard).

    This beautifully appointed building offers versatile spacious accommodation with lofty ceilings and wonderful natural light. The cottage accommodation comprises a large open plan living area complete with kitchen area, wood burner and tall windows. There is a hallway leading off, which provides access to two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The cottage also has access to a private garden area laid to lawn and a timber deck seating area.

    The combination of both properties in this wonderful village location affords a unique and flexible opportunity for the home owner to have multi-generational living, a creative space or rental/ holiday let income.

    Outside
    The property is approached off the High Street via a five-bar iron gate, which in turn leads into a large gravel parking/turning area and driveway. The gardens amount to just over 0.5 acres, are laid predominantly to lawn and are mostly enclosed by attractive stone walling. There are also a number of areas around the home offering the perfect setting for a spot of al fresco dining or simply providing a private area to relax. Off the back of the home and just off the kitchen/breakfast room is an enclosed terrace area ideal for entertaining. The gardens are established and well stocked with pretty flower borders and a number of mature shrubs and bushes.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A truly charming property full of history and flexibility with its additional accommodation.

Matthew PeglerProperty agent

Local information

  • Daubeneys Farmhouse and Stables boasts an enviable position within the heart of Colerne village just off the high street behind stonewalls and tall hedges. Colerne is an attractive and popular south Cotswolds village, approximately 7 miles from the historic Georgian city of Bath.
  • Historic in its own right, Colerne is a thriving village surrounded by stunning countryside with far-reaching views to the south over the delightful Box valley.
  • The village offers excellent amenities including a store, newsagent, florist, two public houses, Colerne C of E Primary School and Early Years Playgroup – in addition to a well set up rugby club with youth teams. There is well-regarded schooling in both the public and private sectors in the nearby towns of Chippenham, Corsham and The City of Bath.
  • There is also a regular bus service into both Bath and Chippenham. For the commuter, there is easy access to Junctions 17 and 18 of the M4 and to London Paddington from Bath Spa or Chippenham train stations. For Michelin star dining or a wonderful spa experience, Lucknam Park country house hotel is within 1.5 miles and The Manor House Hotel and Golf Club in Castle Combe within 6 miles.

Additional information

  • Directions: Leave Bath via the A4 London Road and at the roundabout , continue straight over to Batheaston. Follow the road along and into the village and at the second mini roundabout take the third exit sign posted Colerene on the Bannerdown Road. Follow this road up and out of Batheaston and along to Colerne. Take the first right hand turn into the village and follow the road where the property can be found on your left opposite the Fox and Hounds public house.
  • EPC Exempt