Savills | Lower North Wraxall, Wiltshire, SN14 7AA | Properties for sale
258.18 sq m(2,779 sq ft)
Excess of £1,250,000

Lower North WraxallWiltshire, SN14 7AA


    Key features

    • Wonderful, spacious family home
    • Self-contained annexe
    • 4 garages
    • Sweeping tree-lined drive
    • On the southern edge of the Cotswolds
    • Good local schools in the area

    An attractive detached family house with annex, garaging and about 1.75 acres of beautiful grounds and formal gardens.

    About this property

    • Spring Lane Cottage was extensively re-modelled and re-built in the 1970's by the current owners who transformed a 1668 dilapidated cottage into a wonderful and spacious family home using the original, believed to be from the remains of a local roman villa. The house and annexe were both re-roofed approximately 5 years ago.

      The main property offers accommodation comprising entrance hall, lobby with cloakroom off, drawing room with feature fireplace open plan to spacious dining room, 'Amdega' conservatory opening onto the rear garden, superb kitchen with Aga, utility room, principal bedroom with en suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a good sized family bathroom.

      The accommodation within the annex comprises an open plan living/dining/kitchen, bedroom and shower room.

      Externally
      There are grounds and formal gardens of about 1.75 acres which are predominately lawned with various mature trees and ornamental bushes. The property is approached via a sweeping tree-lined drive which provides parking for numerous vehicles. There is a larger than average double garage under the annex with up and over doors, power and lighting. There is a further double garage with up and over doors to front and window to side.

      Outbuildings
      Stone building workshop with oil and diesel tanks. Large greenhouse situated at the bottom of the garden.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    An idyllic setting, surrounded by countryside and nature - it's gorgeous!

    Jack KingProperty agent

    Local information

    • Situated on the southern edge of the Cotswolds within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Lower North Wraxall is within the parish of North Wraxall, a vibrant and active rural community which includes the hamlets of Ford, Upper Wraxall, The Shoe and Mountain Bower.
    • The village has a great community feel with a village hall and playgroup. There is also a book club, film society, walking group and choir.
    • Junction 17 of the M4 is easily accessible (approximately 8 miles) .
    • The nearest towns are Chippenham and Corsham, both market towns with a range of shops. There are mainline train services to London Paddington from Chippenham and Bath.
    • Nearby, the villages of Marshfield, Colerne and Yatton Keynell between them offer excellent village amenities including general stores, post office, doctors surgery and reputable public houses.
    • There are many good schools in the area, with primary schools in Yatton Keynell and Acton Turville and a choice of excellent secondary schools in Chippenham. Further afield there are many well-known private schools in Bath, Westonbirt, Marlborough and Calne.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = E