A four bedroom detached family home situated in a very popular village location, and offers flexible and spacious living accommodation throughout. The property comprises an entrance porch, entrance hall, a generous sized lounge with an open fire, kitchen, breakfast/family room, utility room, rear hall, workshop, study, side hall and a cloakroom.
On the first floor there is a galleried landing and four spacious bedrooms. The master with ensuite and a sauna, a family bathroom and access to a useful attic room.
The property also benefits from an annexe, located to the rear of the property. which has its own entrance, a kitchen, shower room and open plan lounge/dining room/bedroom, offering the possibility of multigenerational living or to generate a rental income currently rented out for £450 PCM
Grounds & Gardens
The property is situated in a set back position with a sweeping driveway providing parking for several cars, storage space for caravan/boat at the side of the house, well kept lawns and mature trees.
Rear Garden - The rear garden backs onto open fields and is enclosed by beech hedging. There is a patio and lawn area, raised vegetable garden, summer house with power, greenhouse with power and running water.
Double Garage - 6.28m x 4.95m (20'7" x 16'3") - The double garage has a window to the rear, power and light, electric operated up and over door to the front.
This highly sought after village has often won the 'Best Kept Village Competition', its popularity is due in part because of the fantastic community spirit, plenty of local amenities including an award winning shop located in the attractive main high street, and the local pub, called The Longs Arms which offers not only good local beer, but also a variety of excellent French and English dishes.
There is a well-regarded primary school in Keevil. A more comprehensive range of amenities and services can be found in the nearby Wiltshire market towns of Devizes, Melksham and Chippenham, all of which provide an excellent range of shopping facilities and amenities including main line rail services (Paddington about 75 minutes) and the Georgian City of Bath is approximately 15 miles away and offers a wide range of cultural interest and activities. The property is extremely well placed for access to major road links, including the M4 and A350. Those interested in country pursuits are well catered for in the area
There is a village bus service to Trowbridge Town and Devizes.
Nearest secondary schools to the village are The Clarendon College, The John of Gaunt School and St Augustines Catholic School in Trowbridge. Trowbridge town centre is a 10 minute drive, Bath is a 20 to 30 minute drive, and travelling to Bristol takes up to an hour.