A beautiful Cotswold farmhouse with an extensive range of outbuildings and excellent equestrian facilities that include high quality stabling and grounds of approx 17 acres. Energy efficiency Band G (Approximately 9,346 sq ft / 870 sq m)
2 Reception Rooms
4,673 Approx Sq ft
A very pretty Cotswold farmhouse constructed of stone elevations under a Cotswold stone and clay tiled roof with high gables and stone mullioned windows. The date stone on the façade records construction as 1764. However, the property is believed to have originated from the 16th century. Outside there are two drives leading to the property and its 16th and 17th century outbuildings, as well as the modern barns and first class stable yard. Cromhall Farm was extensively renovated by
the present vendors and has been well-maintained since. Internally, the house retains many period features including exposed ceiling beams and
lintels. The drawing room, which measures and impressive 27’ x 18’, is a lovely light room, ideal for entertaining, and retains a magnifi cent large
chimney piece. This is complimented by a spacious and comfortable kitchen/breakfast room, convenient for modern family living, from which
a wide opening leads into the double volume dining room, which in turn can be viewed from the enclosed galleried landing above. The bedrooms
on the fi rst fl oor are spacious and enjoy en-suite facilities. There are also large bedrooms on the second fl oor with a box room offering potential for
conversion to a further bathroom.
There are two vehicular entrances from the lane. That to the west leads first to the impressive stable block, built in the main of Cotswold stone under a tiled roof, and comprising 13 loose boxes. To the rear of this is a further substantial stable block of similar design and construction, with 3 loose boxes and a tack room. The drive leads on to the Cottage, having rendered elevations under a tiled roof. This provides useful ancillary accommodation and comprises a kitchen/living room, bedroom
and shower room. To the rear is a modern clear-span barn and a small brick outbuilding. The other driveway leads past the side of the house to
various period outbuildings. There is an attractive 18th century former privy with a 2 bay open fronted byre to the rear, and at the rear of the
house a small detached stone barn known as The Falconry Barn.
Planning permission was granted in October 2008 for its conversion to a 2 bedroom holiday cottage. East Barn is a further detached barn which has been converted to a small holiday cottage, with a living room, kitchen and bathroom. There is also planning permission for a new double garage.
To the side and rear of the house and farm buildings are various paddocks, enclosed by post and rail fencing and mature hedges.
Mains water is connected.
From Chippenham take the A420 west for Bristol. After about two miles fork right onto the B4039 for Castle Combe and Yatton Keynell. In Yatton
Keynell fork right for Grittleton. At a small crossroads turn right for Easton Piercy. Cromhall Farm is the second property on the left. From Junction 17 of the M4 take the A429 towards Chippenham. At the traffic lights by the Plough pub turn right for Kington St Michael. Continue through
the village, passing the Jolly Huntsman pub on the left, and turn left as signposted to Easton Piercy. Continue down this lane passing a farm on the left (Lower Easton Piercy) and then two farms on the right, and Cromhall Farm is the next property on the right hand side.