Park Place, Ashton Keynes, Wiltshire
- Grade II listed
- A wealth of character features
- Located in the heart of this popular village
- Four bedrooms
- 3 reception rooms
- Private mature garden
- No onward chain
A charming Grade II listed cottage providing flexible accommodation, enjoying a wealth of character features and a light feel throughout. Located in the heart of the village and of historical importance; dating back to 1763 originally serving as a bake
house with adjoining two cottages. It then became a shop, blacksmith, shoemaker and post office from 1912 to 1940.
Set back behind a lawned garden and screened by mature hedging providing a private aspect. A gated entrance leads on to a gravelled area for parking, in addition to the on-street parking to the front. Constructed of Cotswold stone and part red brick, the entrance porch provides useful storage space leading in to the dining room. A well-proportioned and light room enjoying dressed stone walls, exposed beams and an open fireplace.
A step leads up into the third reception room, a flexible space currently used as a home office that would equally suit a snug/family room, again enjoying many character features. The sitting room overlooks the garden, the focal point of this generous room is the dressed stone fireplace housing a wood burning stove. To the far end a door leads through to the garden room. Bespoke Parlour Farm fitted Kitchen providing a wide range of wall and base units finished in sage green, complemented by dark granite worktops. The kitchen is further enhanced by a dressed stone wall, exposed beams and a triple aspect flooding this room with light. Integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine and freestanding electric range cooker finished in gloss black with matching extractor chimney and splashback. The polished tiled flooring is warmed by electric under floor heating. A staircase to the far end provides access to the first floor landing with windows overlooking the garden.