Kaywana, 9 Stoppers Hill

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4

Set amid large gardens approaching 1/3 acre and backing onto farmland, an outstanding detached village home located in a tranquil setting with far reaching rural views to the rear over open countryside. The original property has been thoughtfully extended by the current owners to provide versatile and generously proportioned accommodation ( 1900sq ft ). The principal accommodation is arranged over the ground floor which flows around a reception hallway, a sitting room with open fireplace, a family room with double doors opening to a delightful conservatory and a fitted kitchen opening to a breakfast room. There are three double bedrooms, one benefitting from an en suite shower room and a family bathroom. A turned staircase rises up the the first floor with an impressive master bedroom and en suite shower room. A door from the kitchen opens into an enclosed sideway with access into the garage, useful storage cupboards and a boiler room. A driveway to the front approaches an attached single garage with ample parking and turning space with a useful covered car port on one side providing space for a caravan or camper van. The west facing rear garden, enjoys a high degree of privacy and stunning uninterrupted views over open countryside, being predominantly laid to lawn with a large stone paved patio to one side.


Occupying a pleasant position on the rural edge of Brinkworth, the longest village in England. Local facilities include a primary school, nursery, church and a public house famous for its good food. Brinkworth lies four miles east of the historic market town of Malmesbury, which is reputed to be the oldest borough in the country. This thriving pretty market town offers a wealth of buildings of architectural interest including its ancient Abbey, whilst also having a wide range of shops, a Waitrose, award winning schools and leisure facilities. Early tributaries of The River Avon pass around the town with pretty walks and the countryside close at hand. There are public transport services and good road access to the larger towns of Cirencester, Chippenham, Swindon, Bath and Bristol whilst the M4 junction 17 is only five miles south. Trains from Chippenham (10 miles) and Kemble (5 miles) link with London Paddington within approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.


Tenure: Freehold

EPC Rating: E

Council Tax Band: E

Mains water, drainage and oil fired central heating. There are solar panels that are owned by the property that generates around £1000 - £1200 a year and gives us free electricity during the day. There is around another 15 years on the FIT contract which is transferable with the house sale

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