family home with great views
- Semi Detached
- Private Parking
- View EPC Rating
On entering the property the spacious entrance hall with tiled floor and space for all the family to hang coats and neatly store shoes, gives one an inkling of the generous well-proportioned accommodation to come. To the left, down a couple of steps, the study is tucked away overlooking the front garden and provides a quiet working space away from the hub of the house. To this side there is also a further reception room, currently the family room, which could easily be a ground floor bedroom or larger office/study.
Back to the hall and on through the dining room, once part of the original cottage, there is an open fireplace within a red brick chimney, exposed stone walls. With a comfortable and welcoming feel, it really is at the heart of the house, with a door through to the sitting room, an archway to the kitchen and stairs to the first floor.
The generous size sitting room has a light and airy feel, as the sliding patio doors frame the far reaching views and the wood burner, which is set back under a solid timber mantel, warms the room. The kitchen is fitted with an excellent range of wall and base cabinets under granite worktops, with a range style cooker and a central island provides further workspace and a breakfast bar. From the kitchen a door to the side leads to the WC/cloakroom and through the utility room to the back door.
To the first floor there is a master bedroom to the rear of the property with built in wardrobes and an ensuite shower room. Four further bedrooms share the good size family bathroom with a second flight of stairs to the attic/playroom. From this room there is access to the storage in the eaves and a door to a loft storage room.
Garden & Outside
To the front there is a level lawn, with mature hedging and a wide driveway, providing ample parking in front of the garage. A few stone steps lead to the front door and the gate leads along the side of the house to the rear garden.
The west facing garden is mainly lawn, with a variety of shrubs and a raised terrace directly off the sitting room and utility room, to ensure the very best views are enjoyed whilst dining al fresco. The sunsets in particular are very impressive from this aspect.
The garden is private and secure all round, perfect for children and dogs to play freely and safely, (and maybe space for a few chickens). There is a detached stone built double garage as well as a timber workshop with electricity in the garden to the side of the house.
This attractive property is situated in the heart of this delightful village known for its pretty cottages and houses, many of which were part of the nearby Bowood Estate. Bremhill is a highly sought after and picturesque Wiltshire village located in an elevated position between the towns of Chippenham and Calne, close to the start of the famous Maud Heath's Causeway. The village itself has a church and public house on the outskirts together with an active village hall and community.
The nearby market towns of Chippenham and Calne provide a good range of shopping facilities and amenities. Mainline railway links to London Paddington are available from nearby Chippenham station, whilst the village offers convenient access to Junction 16 of the M4. There is a good choice of both state and private schooling in the area and those with an interest in country and leisure pursuits are well catered for in the region. The larger centres of Bath and Swindon are within 20 miles.