A charming 16th century former farmhouse with flexible living accommodation at the heart of this desirable village.
Cloud House is situated by the church at the heart of the desirable village of Woodborough within a conservation area and in the midst of the Pewsey Vale, an area designated as being of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Village comprises redominately period houses and is one of 3 closely linked hamlets which between them benefit from a church, a garden centre, public house/restaurant and popular primary school. The larger village of Pewsey is about 3 miles away and provides more extensive local facilities including a main line rail service to London (approximately 1 hour) and the
south west. The market town of Marlborough and Devizes are approximately 8 miles distant and Cathedral City of Salisbury is about 22 miles to the South. The village is surrounded by rolling open countryside and the Kennet and Avon canal runs close to the edge of the village.
Cloud House is a charming late-16th Century former farmhouse constructed in the main from chalk clump with painted brick facing elevations relieved by double glazed timber windows under a tiled roof. The house retains many of the original period features including inglenook fireplaces
and exposed timbers throughout with sympathetic additions to the ground floor. The present owners have maintained the property to a high standard, decorated neutrally throughout giving it a bright fresh feel. The former Cheese Room provides part of the annexe which has separate access and its own kitchen and garden. The drawing room has an
inglenook fireplace with wood burner and the dining room also has an open fire. The kitchen is well presented with generous pantry and utility/boot rooms. The annex could be used in a number of ways to suit and has a beautiful wood beamed garden/music room with room for a grand piano.
On the first floor there are 4 bedrooms with a well-appointed bathroom with shower.
The house is approached from a paved pathway leading to the front door flanked by pretty box hedging and a front lawned area. The garden to the rear of the property is thoughtfully planted with lawned areas with mature shrubs and flower borders interspersed with specimen trees and
fully enclosed by mature hedging and a vegetable garden.The annex has its own pretty garden. There is a gravel drive with plenty of parking and a historical Grade II Listed granary stands alone on top of saddle stones with red brick and timber elevations under a thatched roof, this creates
an additional bedroom with shower room, ideal for guests wanting a quiet retreat.