Wyke House dates from the early part of the 19th century and is delightful Grade II listed detached period village house. The property is a lovely family home and has enormous character with many period features evident both inside and out together with regularly maintained garden and a large paddock extending to just over an acre. The spacious and well-presented accommodation is arranged over three floors and extends to around 2250 sq,ft this consists of a welcoming reception hall, off which is a large drawing room with a open fireplace whilst a separate family sitting room also boasts an open fireplace. All three reception rooms are light and sunny and have sash windows. The kitchen forms the heart of the house and in recent months has been lovingly updated with a beautifully hand crafted bespoke kitchen with extensive cupboards, beautiful worktops and a wide range of appliances including a La Conche gas range cooker and wine cooler. To the rear a doorway off the kitchen leads to a large and useful utility room.
Upstairs, on the first floor there are three double bedrooms and one single (currently used as a study) this includes a sizeable master suite with a dressing area and en suite bathroom. A family bathroom serves the other three bedrooms, there is an alcove on the landing which could be used as an alternative study. On the second floor there are two double bedrooms and a shower room. EXTERNAL
The property extends in all to about 1.44 acres which includes a range of outbuildings, a formal garden and a large paddock extending to just over an acre. Adjoining the house, across the courtyard at the rear, is a stable/coach house currently configured as a large garage comprising the original stable and cart shed with hay lofts over each. A gravelled driveway provides parking for several cars leading to the garage. Behind the stable/coach house is a large enclosed garden laid to lawn with mature plants and fruit trees featuring two gravelled seating areas. A further utility yard is tucked away to the side of the house. Beyond the garden is large and predominantly level paddock extending to about an acre, bounded by stone walls and fencing with endless possibilities for those wishing to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle. A public footpath crosses the paddock. SITUATION
Crudwell is situated between Cirencester and Malmesbury, just over the border in North Wiltshire. This rural village has an enviable reputation amongst pub food lovers, one of the two pubs; The Potting Shed, was 'Pub of the Year 2012', the other pub the Wheatsheaf is a family pub which serves good food.
The village has an 'Outstanding Ofsted' primary school and a charming Grade I listed medieval church. There is an active Village Hall with activities like Pre-school Play Group, Scouts and Girl Guides, a cricket team and tennis club
The village has a Post Office counter and there is excellent shopping available locally in Cirencester and Malmesbury. Both have good Secondary Schools and Cirencester has a higher educational college and nearby the famous Royal Agricultural College (now University).
Many residents of Crudwell commute to either London or Bristol. Being on the A429 it is only a short drive to Junction 17 of the M4. Kemble Station is about 4 miles, which has a frequent service to both London Paddington (from approximately 75mins journey time), and Cheltenham.