An immaculate and individual property with an open and airy feel throughout. The accommodation flows easily from the entrance porch, with a downstairs cloakroom and laundry room with large storage cupboards. The generous sitting room boasts an open fire place and large windows to two aspects, and glass doors to the conservatory with views over the rear garden. There is a kitchen breakfast room which has ample space for a good size breakfast table and chairs and a snug area perfect for family living. The kitchen has many integrated appliances. The dining room also enjoys good proportions, ideal for entertaining family and friends with glass doors to the conservatory.
On the first floor there are four generous sized bedrooms, three with fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has an ensuite shower room and windows to three aspects with far reaching views over the hills and surrounding countryside. There is an abundance of storage space on the first floor whilst still maintaining a light and airy feel throughout the landing, bedrooms and good size family bathroom.
Grounds & Gardens
The property enjoys a large gravelled area to the front which provides ample parking space and access to the double garage with electric door. The mature gardens which wrap around the house are enclosed by hedging and fencing and there are well stocked herbaceous borders with trees and shrubs. The side garden has a useful greenhouse with vegetable garden and further lawn area to the front of the property.
The village of Seend has a pub, post office, 15th century church and a number of fine Georgian houses; a legacy of the prosperity of the region due to the cloth industry, iron works, farming and the nearby Kennet and Avon canal. The nearby towns and regional centres offer an excellent and varied range of shops and recreational activities. The M3/A303, M4 and M5 make access to London, the Midlands and the South West surprisingly easy. There are a number of both private and state schools within 20 miles which include: Dauntsey's, St Mary's Calne, Marlborough College, Downside, Colston's and St Francis Prep School in Pewsey
From Chippenham continue east on the A4 and then take the A342 to Devizes. Proceed for about 4 miles, going through Sandy Lane, and past the Bromham turning, and then turn right onto Hawkstreet. Turn right onto Bath Road/A365, turn left continue onto Bollands Hill, turn left onto School Road and Dene House will be on your right.
Oil Fired Central Heating
Mains Water & Drainage
Local Authority Wiltshire County Council
Council Tax Band F