Situated in a small hamlet on the edge of the Dauntsey Vale, this much improved and extended five bedroom detached house is set in approximately one and a half acres which includes a large paddock and formal gardens. The generous accommodation is well balanced and comprises of five reception rooms and five bedrooms.
On the ground floor the rooms mainly lead off the central hallway. The kitchen / breakfast room which over looks the front and rear garden has a good selection of beech fronted wall and base units, open display shelving and glazed fronted units and range cooker. From the kitchen a door leads through to the family room.The generous sitting room benefits from plenty of natural light due to it's triple aspect windows, including a large bay window which looks out onto the garden. There is a feature fireplace with ornate surround & a LPG living flame gas fire. From the sitting room there are glazed double doors leading into the dining room. The dining room has double doors into the conservatory which in turn leads out onto the garden and patio with a door through to the kitchen. The accommodation flows easily which is perfect for entertaining and also provides the potential to reconfigure should a more open plan arrangement be preferred.Also on the ground floor there is a good size study with an open fireplace, a cloakroom and a utility room with Belfast sink. To the first floor the master bedroom is very light and airy,with a range of built-in wardrobes providing plenty of storage, and a wired sound system which provides music in the ensuite bathroom which has a jacuzzi bath and double shower cubicle with power shower. The guest bedroom also
benefits from an ensuite shower room. Also on the first floor are three further bedroom and a family bathroom. Grounds & Gardens. The property is approached via a five bar gate to a large block paved driveway, leading to the double garage, which with a room above could be used as an office or converted into a ''self contained flat'', (subject to planning). There is also a double carport, barn and a former wash house.The gardens consist of well stocked herbaceous borders with maturing shrubs, plants and trees lawned areas and a large patio. The paddock of approx 3/4 acre is beyond the hedging and provides space for children and animals to play safely.
New Zealand is a small hamlet close to Lyneham, which has an excellent range of facilities, including a Primary School and Library. It is located between Royal Wootton Bassett (4 miles) and Calne (6 miles), both market towns offering further shopping facilities and amenities, including secondary schools and leisure centres. Calne is also home to the highly regarded St Mary's School.
Chippenham and Swindon are both easily accessible for mainline rail services between Bristol and Paddington. Excellent road communications provide easy access to employment centres of Swindon, Bath and Bristol from either junction 16 or 17 of the M4.
Services - Mains Water & Drainage
Oil Fired Central Heating
Local Authority - Council Tax Band E