Arms Gardens, Sutton Benger, Wiltshire, SN15

£575,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Arms Gardens is a carefully designed, beautifully realised collection of eight new homes, situated between the Cotswolds and North Wiltshire.

Arms Gardens nestles off the high street of Sutton Benger, a warm village community with a rich farming heritage. The site itself was a dairy farm; roaming cattle grazed these grounds throughout the 20th Century. This rural appeal is apparent from the moment you arrive. It's in the soothing babble of the nearby brook. It's in the vivid purple bloom of the Sutton Lane wild orchids.

The homes we've crafted inspire the same calm. Whether you choose a three, four or five-bedroom property, you will discover a commitment to beauty, inside and out. Traditional Cotswold stone. Natural slate and composite marble. Materials that acknowledge the timeless local aesthetic before taking it somewhere more modern and comfortable.

Arms Gardens bears all the marks of the Stonewood Homes ethos: inspired design, brought to life in painstaking detail. And it does so with a true understanding for community and how we want to live our lives.

This is Arms Gardens. And these are inspired spaces for life.

Explore the key features and finishes that make an Arms Gardens home such an inspiring space to live in.

KITCHEN

Fully-fitted kitchen

Solid surface composite marble worktops and upstands

Ceramic sink with brass taps

Integrated fridge freezer

Integrated dishwasher

Induction range cooker

Solid surface marble splashback

Cooker hood with extraction

BATHROOMS AND EN-SUITES

Brassware in brushed nickel

Stone resin basins

Underfloor heating

Natural slate floor tiles and glazed porcelain wall tiles

Double-ended bath in main bathrooms

Thermostatic bath, and shower mixer and taps

Mirror cabinet and shaver socket

Ceilings downlights

Heated towel radiators

Concealed cistern toilet

Soft close toilet seat

UTILITY

Contrasting lime white kitchen cabinetry

Limed wood laminate worktops and 100mm upstands

Stainless steel sink and mixer tap

Slate floor tiles

Ceiling downlights

HEATING

Mitsubishi Air Source Heat Pump (sited externally)

Underfloor heating

Radiators

Wood burning stove (main living room)

INTERIOR FINISHES

Double-glazed factory-finished painted windows and external doors

Painted tongue and groove internal doors with oil rubbed bronze ironmongery

Walls and ceilings smooth finish in white emulsion

All internal woodwork (except windows) in white satinwood or eggshell

Natural slate floors in halls, toilets, utility room, kitchen/diner

Sisal small boule carpet to living room and study

Carpet to stairs, landings and bedrooms

Satin matt-finish joinery, contrasting walls, limed oak handrails to stairs

ELECTRICAL

Terrestrial aerial fitted to loft ?

Double data points to all living and bedrooms

The village of Sutton Benger. A small community in the Vale of Dauntsey. A pin in the map where the North Wiltshire countryside and rolling Cotswolds are bisected by the M4. And a location that opens up a world of opportunities…

Sutton Benger wants for little. The local, The Wellesley Arms, provides good beer and good food with a warm welcome and glowing reviews. While the village restaurant, La Flambé, has long built its excellent name on its sophisticated French menu in an unhurried atmosphere.

At the heart of the village, the Grade II listed All Saints Church provides an insight into local history, dating back to the 12th Century. Just over the way, a quick stroll down Bell Lane, Sutton Benger School provides a primary education to 140 children during term time.

For more day-to-day activities, a local store, post office, village hall and doctor's surgery are all at hand. Amenities that ensure the village remains a lively, supportive community that continues to grow

So much lies just beyond Sutton Benger.

Westonbirt, the National Arboretum, is an enriching year-round experience. Get wonderfully lost in its towering maze of native and exotic trees as you connect with nature and admire the seasonal shifts in colour.

Not far from this leafy escape is Malmesbury, a historic market town with a thriving artisan scene. As you nip in and out of the high street's independent shops and cafes, you'll notice the 12th Century Malmesbury Abbey and the Abbey House Gardens. Straddling the River Avon, these grounds provide a shock of colour as thousands of flowers bloom.

The area's cultural diversity is best encapsulated by the annual WOMAD festival. Held in Charlton Park at the height of summer, the event celebrates music, food and arts from around the world, providing attendees with a truly enlightening experience.

Your nearest town is Chippenham. This lively market town provides all the everyday amenities you can think of, with a range of supermarkets, doctors' surgeries, schools and a mainline train station that serves London in just over an hour.

For bright lights, big names and wider employment opportunities, Bristol, Bath and Swindon are accessed with ease from the M4. Three cities with very different energies, all making a diverse and culturally significant contribution to the South West.

But one of the most desirable things about the location of Arms Gardens is the surrounding world to be explored and discovered on your terms.

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