This good sized family home was built in the 80s and is constructed of brick under a tiled roof. It is double glazed throughout and sits in a plot of approximately 1/3 of an acre. The entrance hall is a good size and has a cloakroom with w.c and under stairs storage. The sitting room has a calor gas fire and large, glass sliding doors leading to the garden terrace. Double Georgian style doors lead through to the dining room and both rooms enjoy the wonderful views to the rear across the valley. The L shaped kitchen is light and bright and is fitted with a full range of wall and base units. There is a built in electric oven and induction hob, plumbing for a dishwasher and plenty of space for a breakfast table and chairs. The separate utility room has a door leading to the garden and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. There is also internal access to the double garage from here. A further reception room that could be used as a study or family room completes the accommodation on the ground floor. Upstairs the master bedroom has a shower room en suite and the added benefit of a generous amount of fitted wardrobes. There are 3 further bedrooms with built in storage and a 5th bedroom/study. There is a well appointed family bathroom and both bath and shower rooms are fitted with power showers.
Garden and grounds
A private shared lane leads to the house where there is a large area of tarmac with parking for several vehicles. There are some areas of lawn, flower beds and mature trees around the boundary. There is side access to the rear garden which is a particular feature of the property. Mainly laid to lawn but with an area of sun terrace, the garden also includes a rockery with steps down to the lawn, mature trees, a vegetable patch and garden shed. The garden terrace is a wonderful place for outside entertaining and to enjoy the far reaching views across the valley
Surrounding area and communications
The hamlet of Fyfield is located close to the village of Lockeridge which has a primary school and a public house. Fyfield is situated close to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with many footpaths and bridleways providing riding and walking opportunities. Marlborough, which is situated approximately 3 miles away, offers a good range of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities. Local schools include St John's Marlborough, St Francis, Pinewood School, Dauntsey's, St. Margaret's and St. Mary's School Calne and Marlborough College. There is a railway station at Pewsey approximately 9 miles away with links to London Paddington (about 1 hour 15 minutes). The M4, Junction 15, is approximately 11 miles away, with access to London and the West Country.
From Marlborough High Street proceed west on the A4 towards Chippenham and Calne. After approximately 3 miles take a left hand turning signposted to Lower Fyfield
and church only. Turn immediately right off this turning and the house is at the end of the lane on the left hand side.