Pound Pill, Corsham

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Bedrooms: 5
Thought to have been built in the late 17th century, this house offers charm, character, space and a range of period features throughout. It has 5 Bedrooms, 3 Reception Rooms, a large farmhouse-style kitchen and 4 bath/shower/washrooms over three floors. The front of the house has two entry doors - the central main one opens into a large reception room which has two fireplaces, one with wood burner. The other door opens into a hall off which is a utility room, a washroom/wet room and an under-stair coats cupboard. Beyond the hallway is a second reception room with wood burner and triple aspect windows overlooking the garden and neighbour's small woodland. From this room a few steps lead into a dining room with large stone fireplace and window overlooking the back garden. From here another few steps lead into the kitchen (once an agricultural outbuilding), with internal modern timber vaulted ceiling. There is a built in Neff dishwasher and a gas range cooker. The first floor has two sections - one has an open plan study/ landing area leading to two double bedrooms - one with cast iron fireplace and double aspect windows, the other with single wide window overlooking the back garden. Off the landing/study are stairs to a loft room running the width of the house with ancient beams, two windows and an en suite bathroom with rear window. The other first floor landing has a shower room, linen cupboard and two double bedrooms, the larger of these with triple aspect windows and en suite bath/shower room. There are many stone mullion windows, some with internal wooden shutters. The house is heated by a mains gas fired system with Viesmann boiler in utility room cupboard. There is a front garden with a sloped drive from the road with turning space at the bottom as well as space for several cars and an open double oak-framed car port. The back garden has a large terrace accessed from the kitchen, with a stone boundary wall

Corsham situation

Every facility in Corsham is within a ten to fifteen minute walk including the primary school, secondary school, sports center, library, the arts center and cricket club (each of which have children's activities), the picturesque high street with its variety of interesting shops, cafes, public houses and Corsham Court with its lovely grounds. More comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities are available in The World Heritage City of Bath within about nine miles which has a mainline railway station with fast access to London (Paddington) as does nearby Chippenham which is within about 4 miles. Junctions 16 and 17 of the M4 motorway are within easy reach and commuting distance of Bristol, Swindon and London.

Property information

Council Tax Band: F

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01249 247207

Strakers - Corsham

6 High Street, Corsham, Wiltshire, SN13 0HB

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