Long Leaze Lane, Melksham, Wiltshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
'Berkeley House' is a truly exceptional period residence with handsome Ashlar stone elevations beautifully complemented by the wonderful parkland style setting that the owners have created. The sweeping drive with its mature woodland verge adds a real sense of arrival. The interior is beautifully presented and retains much of the original character with accommodation that is arranged around a fabulous hallway with an impressive cantilevered stone staircase. There are three fine reception rooms, all with attractive fireplaces, and the dining room opens onto the verandah; the stunning kitchen is bespoke with granite worktops and travertine flooring and features an AGA. In addition there is a large play room, cloakroom and a useable cellar with separate external access. On the first floor a delightful galleried landing, with a sitting area overlooking the grounds, opens onto the balcony and there are four well-proportioned bedrooms complemented by two stylish bathrooms. The incredible gardens feature more formal areas by the house extending into landscaped grounds, studded with an array of specimen trees, which wrap around a small man made 'lake'. There is a paddock with its own access, an apple tree tunnel, raised vegetable beds and fruit cages.


Melksham is an historic former market town with a variety of shopping including a Waitrose, leisure and educational facilities, well served by good roads and is only 12 miles south of the M4 motorway. Trains run from Melksham Station to Swindon, Southampton, Frome and Cheltenham. Buses serve Bath, Chippenham, Devizes and Trowbridge. National Express Coaches run direct services to London. The Georgian city of Bath offers a wealth of cultural and recreational points interests and is only 13 miles to the west and Salisbury, 34 miles to the south. Communications in the area are excellent with train services to London Paddington from Chippenham, Pewsey and Westbury. The M3 /4 also gives easy access to the motorway network and to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

Reputed local schools include Dauntsey's, Marlborough College, St Augustine's in Trowbridge, St Mary's in Calne and Stonar.

Property Information

Tenure= Freehold

Council Tax Band= G

Grade II Listed so EPC Exempt

Services= All mains services are connected at the property.

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