Millie's House is situated on the edge of Neston in a conservation area, backing on to open fields and farmland and is within easy reach of open countryside. The village has an active community with village hall, country pub and pre and primary schools.
Approximately 7 miles west is The World Heritage City of Bath, famed for its Roman heritage and Georgian architecture, that offers a wide variety of cultural, leisure, sports and shopping facilities.
The popular town of Corsham with its bustling High Street is approximately two miles north, and Chippenham is approximately 7 miles east. Chippenham station has mainline rail connections to London Paddington (journey time from 63 minutes).
The M4 (junction 17) is approximately 10 miles distant providing access to London, the South West and linking with the M5 to the north.
Millie's house is an attractive stone built Grade II listed period country family house, offering in excess of 3,400 sq ft of versatile accommodation arranged over three floors. The property sits in the middle of its half an acre plot and backs onto open fields and countryside.
The property boasts a number of period features to include exposed beams, fireplace (some to include wood burners), stone mullion windows, wooden latched doors and an impressive stone barrel ceiling cellar.
The accommodation is versatile and spaciously laid out over three floors. The impressive kitchen/breakfast room is very much the heart of the home with its feature Aga, ample drawers and cupboards, space for a large dining table and double doors opening out to the rear terrace and gardens.
There is space for large sofas in the family room, hard waring flagstone in the entrance/reception hall and the sitting room boasts a contemporary wood burner. Additionally, the study offers a quiet space to work should one need it.
The bedrooms and bathrooms are predominantly arranged over the first floor with a further bedroom and dressing room to the second floor.
Overall this is an excellent family home is well placed between the open countryside and an active village with easy access to local amenities and communication links.
The gardens are laid predominantly to lawn and have established flower beds, shrubs, bushes and trees. To the front of the property is a five-bar wooden gate, which leads to a gravel driveway and open garage with adjoining workshop. There is a pretty cottage style garden to the front.
To the rear is a large lawn leading off the back of the house and access to a further lawn and wilder area at the very bottom of the garden, with views over the adjoining fields and farmland. The rear garden is private and enclosed and ideal for children and pets.
From Five-Ways junction or Corsham town take the B3109. Follow this road and at the double roundabout head onto Westwells Road sign posted Neston. Follow this road to the end and at the T-junction turn right into Neston Village and Moor Green. Keep following this road and take the fourth turning right into Church Rise. Follow this road to the top and turn right into Wadswick Lane. The property can be found a little way along on your right.