Mill House is a generous five bedroom detached thatched house set in approximately 5.63 acres (2.281 ha) of paddock and woodland and is in need of modernisation throughout.
Mill House is a unique and special property that is believed to date back to the 1600's in part and has retained many original features. The property is spread over three floors and consists of two large reception rooms both with French doors leading to the garden, dining room, kitchen with pantry/utility room, cloakroom and a summer room. Upstairs is approached via two staircase positioned at each end of the house. On the first floor there are two large double bedrooms with interlinking doors, two family bathrooms and a master suite with ensuite shower room. Two further bedrooms are located on the second floor along with a tank/store room.
The property is situated on the outskirts of the sought after rural village of Woodborough. The village has a local Primary School, social club, garden centre with cafe and a nearby village public house. Woodborough is close to the larger towns of Marlborough (approximately 9 miles)and Pewsey (approximately 5.8 miles) with a comprehensive range of high street and independent shops, eateries, doctors surgery and supermarkets. Pewsey also has a railway station with links to London Paddington and the West Country. The property has easy access to both the A4 (6.8 miles) and the A338 (10.1 miles). The M4 jct 15 is approximately 17.5 miles away.
The property sits within 5.63 acres (2.281 ha) and is approached by a private drive lined with mature trees and shrubs. The land consists of a mix of paddock, gardens and woodland consisting of semi-mature trees. The paddock has previously been used to graze donkeys but could be used for a variety of purposes and is currently laid to grass. Within the land there are a series of sheds and outbuildings of varying degrees of repair including a greenhouse, large workshop and a summer house that over looks the lake with its own small island. The formal gardens are laid mostly to lawn, they surround the house on all sides and are interspersed by shrubs and trees adding to the privacy of the house. The River Avon tributary winds through the property with a public footpath crossing over and continuing through the paddock.
The property has the benefit of its own private water supply from the well pumped electricity as well as being connected to the mains in the garden. There is electricity to the property and private drainage via a septic tank situated to the west of the house.
From: Marlborough take the A4 towards Calne, taking the left hand turn to Lockeridge. Follow the road for about 6 miles into woodborough on entering the village, take the the left hand turn signposted village centre/garden centre onto Broad Street. Follow this road for about quarter of a mile and Mill House will be on your left hand side as indicated by the Woolley & Wallis For Sale Board.