Guide price £500,000
A generously proportioned and well laid out apartment, set amongst rolling countryside in an imposing country house
- First Floor
- Upper Floor
- Private Parking
Hawkswell House is a substantial Grade II listed property set down a long and winding driveway which leads to a turning circle in front of the house. It was built in approximately 1919 for a local business man and was subsequently divided into flats in the late 1970s. It is constructed of mellow red brick under a tiled roof with sash and lead mullioned windows and retains many attractive features typical of its era. Apartment 4 is located on the first and second floors and provides extremely spacious living accommodation with the benefit of far reaching rural views from most of its windows. There are high ceilings throughout and the apartment is flooded with light from the windows in the hall. The majority of the living accommodation is on the first floor with stairs rising to the second floor which lead to two further bedrooms and a large attic space. There is a fireplace in the drawing room with an inset gas coal effect fire and the master bedroom retains an original fireplace. The kitchen is well fitted with a range of units and an oak dresser to one wall. From here stairs lead down to the garden. The garage is located in a separate building to the side of the house and there is an additional allocated parking space at the front of the house
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
The delightful garden is located to the east side of the house and has been well landscaped. It is mainly laid to lawn with an area of terrace and benefits from an open and private outlook. It has a summer house and pear trees. There are some shared grounds at the front of Hawkswell House which are looked after by a gardener.
Hawkswell House is situated well back from the road in a rural setting just below the Salisbury Plain escarpment. It is approximately a mile from the village of West Lavington which has a shop, Church and pub. Devizes which has a comprehensive range of shops and amenities is about 7 miles away and the larger town of Salisbury is within 23 miles. Good transport links are provided by train at either Westbury or Chippenham and access to London and the west country is via the M4 or the A303. There is an excellent range of schooling in the area, both state and private, with the acclaimed Dauntseys School situated in West Lavington.
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