Property of the Day: Rooks Nest Farm, Colerne, Wiltshire
THE PROPERTY: Dating from the 17th century, this converted farmhouse constructed from stone elevations beneath a slate tile roof features extensions added during the Victorian era.
THE LOCATION: Rooks Nest Farm is based in the picturesque Cotswolds village of Colerne, with its local shops and pubs, and is not far from the historic city of Bath and the towns of Chippenham and Corsham. There are several excellent hotels, including Lucknam Park, and a golf club nearby.
THE INTERIOR: The property has a rustic feel, with open fireplaces (Tudor-style and inglenook), exposed beams and flagstone floors. Rooms have high ceilings and are well-proportioned, and most of the bedrooms offer lovely garden views. The barn was converted into a cottage in 2010 and features accommodation spread across two floors.
WHY WE LOVE IT: We particularly like the south-facing manicured gardens, with their trees, shrubs and flowering borders.
BUY IT NOW: £1,450,000 with Carter Jonas
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