Great Cheverell is a pretty village set between Bath, Marlborough, Salisbury and Stonehenge.
The property is situated within a Conservation Area and there are wonderful walks from the doorstep and into the surrounding countryside.
The village has a shop, church, primary school, nursery, village pub, livery stables and a garage.
There is lane access to riding on Salisbury Plain.
Nearby Market Lavington is a larger village and offers a doctors surgery, co-op, chemist and butchers.
The market town of Devizes is approximately 5 miles north and offers a wide selection of shops, restaurants, arts and recreational facilities.
A new railway station is proposed at Lydeway (3 miles south of Devizes) on the mainline to London Paddington. Currently the nearest station is in Westbury from where trains to London Paddington journey time approximately 82 minutes.
The very popular Dauntseys school is an about 3 miles away.
Marlborough is about 19.5 miles and St Mary's Calne is about 13 miles away. The A303 provides access to the south west and London, via the M4.
Great Cheverell Mill is a fine Grade II listed converted 18th century water mill situated alongside the Semington Brook on the outskirts of Great Cheverell village. Built in an attractive red brick and timber clad elevation this impressive former water mill has been renovated and extended to now offers 3,576 sq ft of versatile accommodation arranged over 3 floors and a separate annexe. This stunning family home is great for entertaining in a rural lifestyle and enjoys some of the original mill workings, which makes for a great feature and talking point within the home.
The accommodation comprises of a welcoming entrance hall with cloak/utility room leading off.� From here there is access to the first and second floors as well as the kitchen/diner. The kitchen/diner comprises of a well-equipped country style kitchen, practical tiled floor and attractive exposed beams and mill workings.
Leading off is a study/playroom and stairs up the first floor family room. This room benefits from impressive views of the surrounding countryside and has direct access via a French door to the gardens.
There is also access to a balcony overlooking the brook. Off the family room is the sitting room with its impressive mill stone and feature fireplace/wood burner. Also to the first floor is an en-suite bedroom, which can be accessed off the main staircase or from the sitting room. To the second floor are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. These rooms enjoy tall ceilings and extensive views.
The property also benefits from a two bedroom annexe with bathroom and direct access to the garden and private seating area. This is ideal for a home office or creative space as it is adjacent to the main house and has a private section of garden as well as brook frontage.
Approached off a quiet country lane the property is accessed via a sweeping gravel driveway suitable for parking a number of vehicles leading to the detached double garage/outbuilding.
The gardens surround the house to three sides and are predominantly laid to lawn with the babbling Semington Brook running through it. The gardens offer a good degree of privacy and have open outlooks to two sides across neighbouring fields and farmland and offer a degree of versatile space to landscape and cultivate if desired. Post and rail fencing and natural hedging enclose the property. The village High Street is approximately 1.3 miles along the country lane where the main amenities lie.