The property was built in 2007 and recently the current owners have converted the attic space to provide a new master suite and added an Amdega conservatory. This property is beautifully decorated and maintained throughout and provides modern, easy to maintain accommodation and garden. From the lane there is a pedestrian gate within the low stone wall, leading to the
path around the house and the front door, with a Bespoke timber canopy over the door leading into the main hallway. At the centre of the property the hall has doors leading to the sitting room to the front and the kitchen / diner to the rear. The sitting room is a generous size and enjoys the natural light, with three windows enjoying the dual aspects to the west and south across the lane to the Church. The kitchen/diner is fitted with an excellent range of units, with granite worktops, Belfast sink, tiled floor and space for a range cooker, there is still plenty of room for a farmhouse style kitchen table and chairs. From the kitchen there are glazed double doors leading to the conservatory, a wonderful space to relax and enjoy the pleasant outlook to the immaculate, thoughtfully designed rear garden. Also on the ground floor, off the far end of the hall is a w/c and laundry room. There is FPP for a ground floor extension to the kitchen.
To the first floor there are three bedrooms, the original master has an ensuite shower room, with the other two bedrooms sharing the use of the family bathroom. All three rooms on this floor can make the most of and enjoy views to
the lane and the centre of the village. The second floor is now the master suite with a spacious landing, walk in wardrobe with plenty of storage into the eaves and a beautifully fitted bathroom with separate shower. The top floor has six Velux roof lights allowing plenty of light in
and for the owners to have the benefit of the views over nearby fields and the market cross, above the roofline of neighbouring properties.
Grounds & Gardens
The rear garden is laid to lawn with shrub and flower borders and a wide gravel path ideal for an array of planters and containers. The side garden has raised beds.
There is a useful garden store attached to the garage and a gate leading to the rear of the property and the additional parking space in front of the garage.
Church Farm development is in a conservation area within the thriving village of Yatton Keynell. The property is a short walk from a good range of local amenities
including Post Office/ Stores, Primary School, Doctors surgery and a Public house. The nearby market town of Chippenham and the World Heritage city of Bath provides an excellent range of shopping facilities and amenities including schooling for all age ranges and mainline rail services, (Chippenham to Paddington in 75 minutes) there is also fast road access via the M4 to major employment
centres of Swindon, Bristol, London and the West Country. There is a good choice of both state and private schooling in the area.
From Chippenham proceed out of the town along the A420 Bristol Road forking right at the junction signposted Yatton Keynell. Continue into the village and past the school and the doctors surgery, At the village store and church turn left and then immediately right and the property is on the right, identified by our For Sale Board
Mains Water & Private Drainage
Local Authority Wiltshire County Council
Council Tax Band C