Loxlane House was built in 2004, one of fifteen big detached houses set in a secluded enclave at the end of a tree lined private road. The house has been finished and fitted out to a superb standard throughout. On the ground floor there is a magnificent reception hall with galleried landing and tiled floor with pairs of doors set within bevelled glass panels opening into the triple aspect drawing room with French casements to the garden as well as a well proportioned dining room, one end of which takes the form of a full width bay window, together with French casements, looking out over the garden. There is a comfortable study with fitted units. The kitchen breakfast room is beautifully equipped with granite worktops and overlighting as well as a range cooker and all the usual integrated appliances. This room opens directly into a family room which features a church style end window providing excellent light levels and access directly out to the garden.
On the first floor the spacious galleried landing has a loft ladder and a large linen cupboard. The principal bedroom suite contains fitted bedroom furniture and affords fine views out over the garden towards Stourhead, Alfred's Tower and beyond. There is a superbly fitted out dressing room and a luxurious bathroom with separate shower. At the other end of the landing is a guest bedroom with en-suite shower room as well as two further bedrooms served by a third bathroom. Doors, sanitary ware, light switches, corniced ceilings and hard flooring are all of excellent quality and feel. Proportions are good and all the main rooms take full advantage of the outlook over the lovely garden.
At the front of the house is a gravelled parking and turning area together with a hard standing for car washing and a detached double garage together with an adjacent garden workshop and machinery store which can readily be adapted to a third garage if needed. The workshop has a sink, work bench and a range of cupboards. To the side of the house a terrace adjoins the French casements from the family room and gives access to a superbly landscaped Japanese garden complete with specimen trees and shrubs, water features and Yew hedges. Most of the garden lies to the rear of the house where a full width terrace looks out over a manicured lawn shaped and structured by extremely well stocked and colourful beds and borders and served by gravelled walkways, all focused on a variety of specimen trees and shrubs. A south west facing garden summer house and gin and tonic spot looks back across the lawn to the impressive prospect which is the rear of the house. To one side is a lean-to storage area with further storage to the rear.