Court House, Wiltshire
Located in the idyllic village of Aldbourne , Wiltshire – near transport links to M4 and Swindon – The Court House dates back in parts to the 1300’’s and was originally John of Gaunt’’s hunting lodge. It comprises of 3 reception rooms, 8 bedrooms and large gardens and paddocks. It has a Robert Kime decorated interior and is a perfect example of Kime’s "Shabby Chic" country style. It has lots of room for parking and the village has a Norman church, Post Office and Pubs all within walking distance from the house.
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