Bincknoll House, Bincknoll, Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, SN4 8QR

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Royal Wootton Bassett – 3 miles, Marlborough – 12 miles, Swindon – 7.5 miles (London Paddington approx 55 mins), M4 (Junction 16) – 3.5 miles.

Two reception rooms | 33ft kitchen/dining room | Study | Utility room | Pantry | Cellar |
Seven bedrooms | Two bathrooms | Music room | Beautiful mature gardens, bothy, garages and converted granary

The hamlet of Bincknoll lies to the south of Royal Wootton Bassett and to the north of Marlborough and the south of Swindon and occupies a very rural position tucked under the Marlborough Downs Despite its secluded location, it does enjoy easy access to rail services to London Paddington from Swindon and road links nearby with the M4 at Junction 16 which is 3.5 miles. There are excellent schools in the area including: a primary school in Wootton Bassett, St Margaret’s in Calne, Pinewood at Bourton, Marlborough College, St Mary’s Calne and Dauntsey’s. Bincknoll House lies at the end of a long no through road with stunning views over the open countryside, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Bincknoll House is Grade II listed and is believed to have been built in 1757 and was owned by Viscount Bolingbroke. It is built of brick elevations under a pitched tiled roof and is now arranged over three floors. The vendors have designed a home meeting all the modern day to day requirements but retaining the period charm and features, so that superb family accommodation is provided. There are excellent formal reception rooms with high ceilings and open fireplaces which are complimented by the large Kitchen and Dining Room.

Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Drawing Room, Study, Kitchen/ Dining Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Cellar.

Master Bedroom, Guest Bedroom with en-suite Shower Room, 5 further Bedrooms, Music Room.

Converted Granary with Bedroom/Studio.

Garage Block and Bothy.

Established Gardens and Grounds.

In all about 1.2 acres (0.49 hectares)

The house is approached through high timber gates and bordered to the front by old brick walling with a pretty pedestrian iron gate leading to the front door. To the side is a gravelled drive and parking area leading to the Garage and to the restored Granary, on staddle stones, which has power and light and comprises a Bedroom/Studio with timber floors and walls and original beams. There is in addition a brick and slate “bothy” with a chimney and open fireplace.
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