Parking For 2 Cars
Grade II Listed
Open Plan Living/Dinning/Study/Bar Area
Unique Place to Live
You should have no trouble organising a drinks party at this Grade II listed four-bedroom home, built in 1801. It used to be a brewery, and was converted in the Nineties. Period features include a covered well, vaulted ceilings and exposed beams.
DESCRIPTION You should have no trouble organising a drinks party at this Grade II listed four-bedroom home, built in 1801. It used to be a brewery, and was converted in the Eighties. Period features include a covered well, vaulted ceilings and exposed beams. The Abbey Brewery built in 1801 is an impressive attached period home located in the Historic town of Malmesbury set in the very desirable area of Market Cross benefitting from spectacular views of the famous Malmesbury Abbey and adjacent to the well-known Abbey Gardens. A perfect location quietly tucked behind the high street with all amenities on your doorstep.
Formerly a working Brewery, the property is understood to have been converted into a private dwelling in the 1990's and today offers excellent light and airy accommodation extending to around 2,800 sq.ft which is arranged over two floors. The house has a good deal of character and features, including the original louvered windows, fabulous flagstone flooring, Bath stone features and a stunning unique well within the entrance hall just to mention a few!
The house flows well with principle rooms off a large central reception hall with utility room, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms including a very spacious master bedroom. The First floor offers vaulted ceilings and skylights throughout the living/dining/bar/study area with separate kitchen/breakfast room, shower room and home cinema. This impressive open plan living area lends itself to the optimum of modern living flooded in natural light.
SITUATION The market town of Malmesbury sits on the highly desirable Gloucestershire/Wiltshire borders, just 12 miles from Cirencester, "the capital of the Cotswolds." Reputed to be England's oldest borough, dating from around 880 AD, it has a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs including a new Waitrose store, it also offers a regular farmers' market, a library, museum, leisure centre with pool, two primary schools and a "High Performing Academy" secondary school. The 12th century Abbey and Abbey House Gardens together with the nearby Westonbirt Arboretum are significant tourist attractions. The Royal Estates of Highgrove and Gatcombe Park are close by and the area is known for its many sporting activities with the city of Bath 23 miles to the south-west.
The M4 motorway (J17) to the south provides fast road access to the major employment centres of Bristol and Swindon together with London and the West Country. Main line rail services are available from Chippenham and Kemble (Paddington in about 60 minutes)
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