Court Lane, Bratton


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3

Court Farm House is a charming detached cottage with the original house dating back to 1580, the house would make an ideal family home in this highly sought after village. The house formerly belonging to the Longleat Estate and prior to that believed to be part of the Edington Monastery lands holds an incredible amount of history which is available on request. This quintessentially English cottage stands out on a corner plot and with some updating on the inside will make the perfect home for any family. On the ground floor leading from the entrance hall is a characterful sitting room with exposed ceiling beams and working fireplace, a downstairs WC and shower room, a separate dining room which could be and has been used as a bedroom, large kitchen, study area and garden room leading to the Westerly facing garden to the side. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, a large family sized bathroom and the continuation of exposed beams throughout. Outside the cottage has attractive bordered gardens with a variety of private seating areas to catch the sun, one shed, a log store, almost entirely laid to lawn. There is a single attached garage with electricity and driveway parking for approximately six cars. The boiler is regularly serviced and is approximately 5-6 years old. There is gas central heating throughout. There is no onward chain and vacant possession.


Court Farm House is situated in the sought after village of Bratton nestling in the foothills of Salisbury Plain with impressive far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. Bratton has an excellent village pub called The Duke and an equally impressive with the Three Daggers in Edington within walking distance along with farm shop and coffee shop. Bratton offers a number of amenities to include a shop, post office, primary school, church and garage and a nearby Golf Club in Erlestoke. The historic town of Devizes is 10 miles to the north east and provides a wide variety of facilities including craft and speciality shops, restaurants, hotels and numerous leisure facilities. The major centres of Bath, Salisbury and Swindon are all within commuting distance and a main line railway station in Westbury provides a regular service to London Paddington.

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax: G

EPC Rating: Exempt

Services: Gas central heating, boiler 5-6 years old. Mains water, electricity and drainage.

In a Conservation Area.

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