This is the first time that this individually designed four bedroom detached property has come to market. Built in 1985 as a family home the property has very generous size rooms and a large south facing garden of just under an acre. It would benefit from some modernisation and could easily be reconfigured to enhance its current layout.
On the ground floor there is a substantial size hallway with a wooden staircase, architrave and skirting boards, and doors leading to the sitting room, dining room and kitchen. Also leading off the hall way is the cloakroom.
The sitting room, which has an open fireplace, is a light and airy room with a bay window to the front, two windows to the side and large patio doors looking out onto the rear garden. This opens into the dining room which also has a bay window, and a door leading back into the hall.
The kitchen is currently fitted with wooden units and a breakfast area. A door leads through to a utility room and from here to the side of the property. There is a further storage room with a door into the garage.
Upstairs there is a galleried landing with a window to the front and room to create a little seating area. The property is currently configured as four bedrooms and a family bathroom, but offers the potential to be redesigned if required.
The front of the property is currently screened with trees and shrubs which could be lowered to fully appreciate the views across the countryside opposite. A gravel driveway provides ample parking and there is an integral double garage. With access to the rear garden from both sides of the property the house sits on a substantial sized plot.
The rear garden provides a real wow factor, not least due to its generous size but that it also enjoys views over the countryside.
Situated in the little hamlet of Clapcote on the edge of the popular village of Grittleton. Local amenities in Grittleton include The Neeld Arms, public house, Grittleton House an independent school, tennis and cricket clubs and church. There is a post office/store in neighbouring Yatton Keynell. The Georgian city of Bath is readily accessible and the property is located with good access to the M4 motorway, which in turn provides fast road access to the major employment centres of Swindon and Bristol together with London and the West Country. The nearby town of Chippenham provides an excellent range of shopping facilities and amenities together with mainline rail services to London (Paddington about 75 minutes); the Georgian city of Bath is also readily accessible. There is a good choice of both state and private schooling in the area and those with an interest in country and leisure pursuits are well catered for in the region.
Leave Chippenham on the A420 towards Bath/Bristol. After approximately two miles turn right towards Yatton Keynell. On entering Yatton Keynell continue straight through and at the left hand bend turn right at the T Junction sign posted Grittleton. Follow the road for approximately 2 miles, continue over the motorway and at the cross roads turn right into the village. Continue through the village and out of the other side and after approximately 1/4 mile the property can be found on the right hand side denoted by our for sale board.