On entering the property there is a substantial hallway with a wooden staircase and a bright galleried landing. Double glass panelled doors lead from the hallway into the generous reception room, which is light and airy and provides a useful study area before leading through to the main sitting room which has a working fireplace with a dual fuel burning stove. The large patio doors look out onto the attractive rear garden, and a glazed door leads through to the dining room which also looks out onto the rear garden. Also leading off the hallway is the cloakroom, utility room, and the kitchen/breakfast room which has a good selection of units & work tops, and enjoys views of the front garden and open views of the countryside. Upstairs there are three bedrooms two of which are ensuite, and a further family bathroom.
Grounds & Gardens
Approached via a gated gravel driveway which provides ample parking, the front garden is well established and enjoys views of the countryside opposite.The rear garden is very attractive, full of mature plants and shrubs and offers various areas where you can relax and enjoy the garden, These include a patio with an ornamental fish pond, a summer house, and wonderful views of the countryside beyond.
Set in a semi rural location approximately 1 mile from the village of Bromham. The village itself offers a range of day-to-day services including shops, pubs, church and school. The house is ideally situated between the market town of Devizes and the practical town of Chippenham (approx 7 miles away), both of which offer good day-to-day shopping, whilst the beautiful Georgian city of Bath with its excellent restaurants,
recreational and cultural facilities is about 14 miles away. The beautiful National Trust Village of Lacock is close by. Bristol and Swindon are within easy access and Chippenham train station has a regular service into London Paddington (approx 75 minutes). Motorway access to the M4 is either at junction 16 or 17. Sporting activities in the area include various renowned golf courses such as the course at nearby Bowood House, and those with an interest in equestrian pursuits are well catered for. The house is very well placed for many excellent schools including St Mary's and St Margaret's Calne, Marlborough College, Stonar and Dauntseys, and the well renowned Bath day schools.
From Chippenham take the A4 and bear right on to the A342 towards Devizes, and proceed through the hamlet of Sandy Lane. Take the right turn to Melksham A3102. Continue beyond the hamlet of Westbrook for about ½ a mile turn right at the small crossroad. Continue along this lane until you see the property located on the right hand side marked by our board.
Services- Solar Panels (Generates A Revenue Of Approx £2000+ PA)
Electric Storage Heating
Mains Water, Private Drainage
Local Authority Wiltshire County Council
Council Tax Band E
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"A detached village property situated in a semi rural location, with mature gardens and open views of the surrounding countryside."
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