Chaman is an attractive detached family home situated along Folly Lane, a quiet no-through road on the edge of the popular National Trust village of Lacock. The property
was constructed in the 1940's as a police house and now provides spacious and versatile accommodation arranged over two floors with gardens to the front and rear. The accommodation flows easily, with a spacious and welcoming entrance hall leading to a large sitting room that includes stairs to the first floor, a feature fireplace and double sliding doors that connect to the dining room. There is a family room with direct access to the garden, a well fitted spacious kitchen with integrated appliances and a utility room. Also on the ground floor is a shower room alongside a sauna. On the first floor is the master bedroom with en-suite shower room with steam shower, a guest bedroom with en-suite shower, 3 further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Grounds & Gardens
The property enjoys a large in and out driveway to the front that provides ample parking and leads to a double garage with up and over door. The front gardens are enclosed by stone walling and feature a level lawn and established flowerbeds. From either side of the house there is access to the private, enclosed rear garden. This is laid predominantly to lawn with productive flower beds, established shrubs, a water feature, hard standing for sheds and green house and a terrace area from which to enjoy the best of the sunshine. There is also a pretty timber clad summer house. The plot amounts to just under 0.25 acres.
Chaman is situated on the edge of the much sought-after National Trust village of Lacock which is set in rural Wiltshire and mentioned in the Domesday book. Now owned and managed by the National Trust, Lacock dates from the 13th century and has been beautifully preserved and unchanged since it was a thriving township that traded in wool. With its picturesque streets and historic buildings the village has recently become a popular TV and film location including Pride & Prejudice and Harry Potter. Of particular interest are the National Trust owned medieval cloistered Abbey and the photography museum dedicated to Fox Talbot.
There are various shops and pubs in the village for day to day needs, while a more while a more comprehensive range of amenities are available in Chippenham, approx 5.4 miles north. These include various schools, a leisure centre and comprehensive shopping facilities along with a mainline rail service to London Paddington (journey time approx 75 minutes) and Bath Spa station (journey time approx 15 minutes). The World Heritage city of Bath, famed for its Roman heritage and Georgian architecture, is approximately 16 miles west and offers a wide variety of cultural, leisure, sports and shopping facilities. Junction 17 of the M4 is within 10 miles of the property.