The property has been extended and totally refurbished to provide a generously proportioned 6/7 bedroom family home. It also offers further potential to utilise the separate side access in order to create a self-contained annex or private apartment for a dependant relative, or to generate a rental income.
On the ground floor the accommodation currently consists of a light and airy entrance hall, which along with the utility room, cloakroom and study benefit from travertine marble flooring and underfloor heating. This continues through to the bright spacious Kitchen/Dining Room which is located at the rear of the property overlooking the garden. This open plan arrangement is perfect for entertaining, with the kitchen offering a good range of high gloss units and ample Maia worktops, and the generous dining room having French doors opening onto the patio, ideal for dining alfresco during the warmer months. Adjacent to the dining room is a warm and inviting lounge with solid oak flooring and sliding patio doors leading into the garden. There is also a door through to a further reception room/bedroom 7, which could become a family room, or as this room has independent side access it offers the potential to form part of the separate annex. Bedroom 7 and bedroom 6 share the Jack and Jill bathroom in between, however this could be changed to a breakfast room or study for the annex, with the option of changing bedroom 6 into a lounge.
The inner hall then leads through to a further bedroom and a generous ensuite bathroom, which could also form part of the annex.
The impressive American oak staircase provides a real wow factor and an early glimpse of the high standard and attention to detail throughout the property.
Upstairs there are a four stylish bedrooms with complimenting pastel palettes each with their own beautifully furnished ensuite shower rooms.
Grounds & Gardens
To the front of the property is a large gravelled parking area providing parking for at least 6 vehicles. Lawn area with a selection of mature shrubs and trees. To the rear of the property there is a well maintained westerly facing terraced garden with large patio seating area. There is a screened area to the right side providing access to the front of the property, a greenhouse and bin storage, and a further screened area on the left hand side. A very versatile workshop, with power and light could be used as a home office, hobby room, or be reinstated as a garage/storeroom.
Corsham is a historic town with many beautiful buildings including Corsham Court and its surrounding fields and lakes just off the high street. With such picturesque surroundings and many historic buildings, it is easy to see why so many period dramas, most recently ''Poldark'', are filmed in the area.
The High Street is mostly pedestrianised and is a wonderful place to stroll whilst enjoying many artisan shops array of eateries or the weekly market. As well as charm Corsham has an excellent range of local facilities including many specialist shops and cafes as well as doctors' surgery, restaurants and good pubs. There is also a new community campus, which incorporates a swimming pool, gym, and extensive leisure facilities, along with a library and café, and there are good primary and secondary schools all within walking distance.
As well as having a regular bus service Corsham is well situated for the M4, M5 and The mainline rail link to London Paddington (1h 20) from Chippenham and the Georgian heritage city of Bath is only 7.6 miles away.
From our offices in Chippenham, proceed along the A4 towards Bath. After about 3 miles, at the set of traffic lights turn left into Corsham. Follow the road into the town. At the junction with the B3353, turn left signposted to Lacock. At the next roundabout take the second exit onto Pound Pill, and go straight over the next roundabout. Turn left into Ludmead Road and the property will be found on the corner on the right.
Tenure - Freehold
Gas Central Heating - Underfloor Heating & Radiators
Mains Water & Drainage
Local Authority - Council Tax Band C