Stert, Devizes

Stert, Devizes

£1,100,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 10964817
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Lot 1 - A charming period mill house in a beautiful rural position
  • 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
  • Farmhouse style kitchen, 3 reception rooms
  • Mature gardens & grounds, far-reaching views
  • Outbuildings & stabling
  • Paddocks, pasture and lake
  • Lot 1 - About 12.74 acres
  • A further 36.42 acres of pasture is available by separate negotiation

Description

A charming period mill house set in a beautiful rural position with land and far-reaching views over open countryside.

Lot 1:
Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Larder, Conservatory, Utility/Boot Room, WC,
Games Room/further Reception Room,
Master Bedroom with En-suite Bathroom, 
Four further Bedrooms, Two further Bathrooms,
Mature gardens and grounds, Greenhouse & vegetable garden,
Garaging/Outbuilding & Stabling, 
Paddocks, Copse, Lake, Pond and River frontage 
About 12.74 acres

Lots 2 & 3
Available by separate negotiation
27.49 acres of gently sloping pasture (Lot 2) and a further 8.93 acres of pasture (Lot 3) 
In all about 49.16 acres.

Property
Crookwood Watermill is a charming period family house which is believed to date back to around 1820 with the original part of the house constructed of mellow brick under a tile roof. It is not Listed. The house was extended in the late 20th Century re-clad in cedar in 2019. Opening into a welcoming hall, the accommodation offers flexibility arranged over 3 floors with a variety of period features including exposed beams, panelling, flagstone floor and open fireplace in the Sitting Room. The cosy farmhouse style kitchen has an oil-fired Aga, separate range cooker with gas hob, a variety of cupboards and a walk-in larder. Beyond is a useful Utility / boot room, and a conservatory which faces south and west overlooking the pretty gardens and pond. 
On the first and second floors there are superb views over open countryside with 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, including a part-panelled first floor reception / games room. The current owners have detailed architectural plans available for a glazed rear extension and terrace, replacing the existing conservatory, and knocking through the kitchen to produce a larger kitchen / dinning / reception area if required. 
Please see the floor plans for room dimensions and layout.

Outside
From the track the house is approached down a gravelled drive to a parking and turning area beside the eastern façade of the Mill. Lawns stretch away from the house on both sides within a mature setting and impressive trees. To the west is a flagstone terrace overlooking the main gardens and attractive pond. To the east adjoining the drive is the garaging / outbuilding, the greenhouse and vegetable garden and up the drive, stabling for 3 horses, tack room and feed store. Beyond are a variety of paddocks / fields leading down to a lake (with many coarse fish) which has mown paths and is a haven for wildlife. This area also has a small copse and the owners have recently planted further broadleaved trees.

Lots 2 & 3
Situated to the east of the Mill house and its surrounding land are two further blocks of pasture which are located beside the entrance track as shown on the boundary plan. Combined, they total a further 36.42 acres of pasture; Lot 3 has permission to erect a hay barn. Further details available from the selling agents.

Situation
Crookwood Watermill sits at the end of a long track set amidst open countryside about 3.5 miles to the south east of Devizes. Its rural location and abundant local wildlife are some of its great features, yet it is not too far from the services and facilities of a town. 
More extensive shopping and recreational facilities are available in Bath, Salisbury or Chippenham. The area offers good transport links with the A342 connecting the A4 north to the M4 Junction 17 (19.5 miles) giving east / west access to the motorway networks. A mainline railway station to London Paddington is available at Pewsey taking from 1 hour 5 minutes. The surrounding area is renowned for its excellent schools including Marlborough, Dauntsey’s, St Mary’s Calne, St Francis in Pewsey and Urchfont Primary. Sporting facilities locally include horse racing at Salisbury or Bath. Golf at Bowood & Sleight Valley.

EPC Energy Efficiency Rating – current rating : E

Agents Note
A footpath passes through Lot 1 and heads north over the river. There is a footpath and bridleway that crosses Lot 2. Further details from the selling agents.

 

A charming period mill house set in a beautiful rural position with land and far-reaching views over open countryside.

Lot 1:
Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Larder, Conservatory, Utility/Boot Room, WC,
Games Room/further Reception Room,
Master Bedroom with En-suite Bathroom, 
Four further Bedrooms, Two further Bathrooms,
Mature gardens and grounds, Greenhouse & vegetable garden,
Garaging/Outbuilding & Stabling, 
Paddocks, Copse, Lake, Pond and River frontage 
About 12.74 acres

Lots 2 & 3
Available by separate negotiation
27.49 acres of gently sloping pasture (Lot 2) and a further 8.93 acres of pasture (Lot 3) 
In all about 49.16 acres.

Property
Crookwood Watermill is a charming period family house which is believed to date back to around 1820 with the original part of the house constructed of mellow brick under a tile roof. It is not Listed. The house was extended in the late 20th Century re-clad in cedar in 2019. Opening into a welcoming hall, the accommodation offers flexibility arranged over 3 floors with a variety of period features including exposed beams, panelling, flagstone floor and open fireplace in the Sitting Room. The cosy farmhouse style kitchen has an oil-fired Aga, separate range cooker with gas hob, a variety of cupboards and a walk-in larder. Beyond is a useful Utility / boot room, and a conservatory which faces south and west overlooking the pretty gardens and pond. 
On the first and second floors there are superb views over open countryside with 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, including a part-panelled first floor reception / games room. The current owners have detailed architectural plans available for a glazed rear extension and terrace, replacing the existing conservatory, and knocking through the kitchen to produce a larger kitchen / dinning / reception area if required. 
Please see the floor plans for room dimensions and layout.

Outside
From the track the house is approached down a gravelled drive to a parking and turning area beside the eastern façade of the Mill. Lawns stretch away from the house on both sides within a mature setting and impressive trees. To the west is a flagstone terrace overlooking the main gardens and attractive pond. To the east adjoining the drive is the garaging / outbuilding, the greenhouse and vegetable garden and up the drive, stabling for 3 horses, tack room and feed store. Beyond are a variety of paddocks / fields leading down to a lake (with many coarse fish) which has mown paths and is a haven for wildlife. This area also has a small copse and the owners have recently planted further broadleaved trees.

Lots 2 & 3
Situated to the east of the Mill house and its surrounding land are two further blocks of pasture which are located beside the entrance track as shown on the boundary plan. Combined, they total a further 36.42 acres of pasture; Lot 3 has permission to erect a hay barn. Further details available from the selling agents.

Situation
Crookwood Watermill sits at the end of a long track set amidst open countryside about 3.5 miles to the south east of Devizes. Its rural location and abundant local wildlife are some of its great features, yet it is not too far from the services and facilities of a town. 
More extensive shopping and recreational facilities are available in Bath, Salisbury or Chippenham. The area offers good transport links with the A342 connecting the A4 north to the M4 Junction 17 (19.5 miles) giving east / west access to the motorway networks. A mainline railway station to London Paddington is available at Pewsey taking from 1 hour 5 minutes. The surrounding area is renowned for its excellent schools including Marlborough, Dauntsey’s, St Mary’s Calne, St Francis in Pewsey and Urchfont Primary. Sporting facilities locally include horse racing at Salisbury or Bath. Golf at Bowood & Sleight Valley.

EPC Energy Efficiency Rating – current rating : E

Agents Note
A footpath passes through Lot 1 and heads north over the river. There is a footpath and bridleway that crosses Lot 2. Further details from the selling agents.

 
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