Wheatsheaf Lane, Oaksey, Wiltshire, SN16
£750,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
This delightful former coach house and stables that have been combined to form a wonderful home. Believed to date from 1874, the property has undergone an extensive refurbishment program, and is constructed of natural stone elevations under a slate tiled roof, including a glass roof which sits centrally above the dining area and provides a flood of natural light to the ground floor space.

The living accommodation is well laid out over two floors and provides flexible space that has been refurbished to the highest standard and includes limestone flooring to the entrance hall, kitchen and breakfast area, and French oak flooring to the remainder of the ground floor. A host of original features have been incorporated within the property, which include stable catches and door furniture, stable posts and reclaimed cast iron radiators that have been fitted throughout the property. In addition there are a number of exposed beams, stone walls and the retention of the original first floor hay door. Bespoke Shaker style units have been installed with granite work surfaces and integrated appliances to the kitchen and breakfast area, which also enjoys under floor heating.

A good use of skylights, French windows fitted within the two ground floor bedrooms, and fully opening French windows in the dining room, help create a light and airy feeling to this property. This combined with a fantastic blend of comtempary and period features provides a spectacular home, which will offer many uses to a range of potential owners.

Outside

Double opening five bar gates provide access to a gravelled parking area located to the left hand side of the property and a pedestrian gate leads to an enclosed garden which is of good size and mostly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders. A pathway leads from the gate along the full length of the property and opens to a patio area to the front of the dining room, creating an ideal location for outdoor entertaining.

pSituation

The lovely rural village of Oaksey lies on the Wiltshire/Gloucestershire border, being about 6.5 miles South of Cirencester, 15 miles from Swindon and 3 miles from Kemble where there is an InterCity and connecting train service to London, Paddington. Within the village there is a post office, shop, primary school, pub and church which are increasingly rare facilities to find in our small rural communities.

Entrance Hall

Drawing Room

Dining Room

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

2 Ground Floor Bedrooms

Shower Room

2 First Floor Bedrooms

Bathroom

Gardens

Parking

01285 238871

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