Built in 1994, the property has been extended by the current owners and totally refurbished with some re-configuration to the ground floor to provide a spacious family house.
Situated in a quiet location away from the main roads and town traffic, yet within walking distance of the town and schools. The Cleeve is a long footpath taking you to Station Road and towards the town centre, it is from this footpath that a small gate to the front of the property gives access to the recently landscaped gardens and a path to the front door.
The accommodation throughout is now light and bright and beautifully presented, with a contemporary feel to the décor and high quality fittings. Of particular note is the stunning open plan kitchen, dining and living area, complete with a solid wood, hand painted Neptune kitchen, and three pairs of doors which lead out on to the patio and decking areas, it is a great space for family to gather and entertain. On the ground floor there is a large sitting room with a deep bay window to the front and stone fireplace with gas fire. There is a cloakroom off the hallway and a utility/bootroom off the kitchen with a door to the side of the property.
To the first floor there is a master bedroom with an ensuite shower room, three further double bedrooms, a single bedroom / study and the family bathroom.
Grounds & Gardens
Outside the garden is private and secure having been landscaped recently it has mature hedging to the front and a fenced rear garden with stone paths, patio areas and a decked area. At the far end of the garden there is a garage with electric doors which is currently divided to provide a home office/studio and a workshop/store. A gate leads to the garage and further parking / turning area.
Tucked away in this popular residential location, 'The Cleeve' is within a mile's walk of the centre of town. Corsham is surrounded by some of the finest countryside in Wiltshire.
Corsham is an 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 and specialist shops, an array of eateries or the weekly market. As well as charm Corsham has an excellent range of local facilities including doctors, post office, restaurants and good pubs. There is also a new community campus, which incorporates a swimming pool, gym, extensive leisure facilities, and a library. There are excellent primary and secondary schools all within walking distance.
Gas Central Heating, Electric Under Floor Heating
Mains Water & Drainage
Council Tax Band D