(Available from April 2018)
Corsham 1.5 miles Chippenham (Paddington 1 hr 10 mins) 4.5 miles Bath (Paddington 1 hr 20 mins) 14 miles
Grade II listed farmhouse dating from the Seventeenth Century. Full of character and retaining many period features, the property overlooks a traditional farmyard of mainly Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century farm buildings. Stabling, yard and 0.75 acre (approx.) paddock available if required. The historic setting is owned and maintained by the Corsham Estate and lies within a designated Conservation Area.
Kitchen, Dining room, Living room, Snug, Utility, Cloakroom, 4 Bedrooms, Study landing, Bathroom, Shower room. Garden. Stabling, Yard and Paddock (if reqd.). Under cover parking for up to two vehicles. Oil Fired Central Heating.
Leave Chippenham on the west bound A4 travelling towards Corsham and Bath. After the roundabout junction with the A350, take the first left-hand turn signposted "Easton". Continue for approximately ¾ mile and take the second right-hand turn. Easton Farmhouse is the first residence on the right-hand side after approx. ¼ mile.
A picturesque and intriguing property with modern amenities. Good local shopping, sporting and schooling facilities in Corsham and Chippenham, with more comprehensive amenities available in Bath and Swindon, which are both within convenient travelling distance.
Easton Farmhouse was let with Easton Farm up until 2001. It was surrendered to the Estate by the same family that had worked the land there since before 1780. The farm freehold was acquired by the present owner's ancestors at that time. The property is arranged over two floors (including the converted former cheese room) and has an extensive walled garden. It will be let in April, and whilst the afore-mentioned farm buildings are not included, they are not at the disposal of any third party - nor are they put to any disruptive use.
Front door: (beneath porch/canopy) leads through to:
Hallway: with pretty quarry tiled floor. Period built-in cupboard. Radiator. Door beyond leads to garden. Door to right leads through to:
Dining room: 4.40 x 4.40m with paved floor. Fireplace (not working). Wall lights. Radiator. Door leads directly to kitchen and adjoining utility.
Kitchen: 6.45 x 4.75m with fitted range of base and wall units, granite worktops and integrated dishwasher. Oil-fired Alpha cooker with integral boiler (incl. controls for central heatng and hot water supply). Original pennant stone floor. Ample room for breakfast/dining table. Wireless aerial points. Radiator. Further (part-glazed) door to garden. Door leads through to:
Utility: complete with traditional Belfast sink and plumbing for an automaic washing machine. Door to Courtyard. Cloakroom (with matching white suite of wc and wash hand basin) off utility. Back stairs lead up from kitchen to first floor study landing (see below).
Beyond front door and quarry tiled hallway (see above) inner hall (with part-glazed period corner cupboard) has doors to cellar and:
Living room: 5.10 x 3.95 with windows facing north and south. Window seats. Bath stone fireplace (presently not working). Period built-in cupboard. 2 amp socket circuit for standard/table lamps. Tv point. Radiator.
Snug: 4.50 x 3.90 with windows facing north and west. Window seats. Impressive period fireplace c/w Villager wood burner. 2 amp socket circuit for standard/table lamps. Tv point. Radiator.
Wide period staircase from inner hall leads up to first floor landing. Doors lead off to:
Bedroom 1: 5.15 x 4.50m with windows facing north and south. Window seats. Historic stone fireplace dated 1672 (not working). Period built-in cupboard. Radiator.
Bathroom: with matching white suite of bath, wc and wash hand basin. Shower cubicle c/w Mira Event pumped shower. Radiator.
Bedroom 2: 3.90 x 3.75m. Pretty tiled Victorian fireplace (not working). Built-in cupboard. Radiator.
Shower room: with matching white suite of wc and wash hand basin. Shower cubicle c/w Mira Event pumped shower. Radiator.
Bedroom 3: 2.95 X 3.70m. Window facing east (overlooking garden). Radiator.
Bedroom 4: 3.70 x 3.80m. Presently used as a store room. Window facing east (overlooking garden). Built-in (commodious) airing cupboard c/w hot water cylinder. Radiator.
Landing study: 2.50 x 3.15m. South facing window (overlooking garden). Telephone point (subject to BT Ts&Cs). Radiator.
A gravelled drive leads across the unspolied farmyard to:
Open fronted building (adjoining farmhouse) with parking for up to two cars. Oil tank.
Partly paved courtyard with main door and door to utility off.
Two stables (if required) with adjoining yard and stores for fodder, tack and sundries.
Paddock extending to 0.75 acres approx. (if required) with mains water supply to trough.
Mature gardens lie to the south and east of the property. There is also a vegetable plot and a useful tool shed.
Mains electricity, and water. Drainage is to a septic tank. Telephone connection subject to BT regulations.
All outgoings (incl. septic tank emptying) will be payable by the tenant. For Council Tax purposes, the property has been scheduled in Band F (2017/18 annual Council Tax payable £2,491.60)
As the property is a listed building, an Energy Performance Certificate is not available.
Please contact the Estate Office on (01249) 715511 for terms.
The Corsham Estate gives notice that:
~These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute part of any contract
~No person employed by the Corsham Estate has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to the property
~No responsibility can be accepted for expenses incurred by prospective tenants in inspecting property which has been let or withdrawn