Guide price £695,000
An imposing and wonderfully light modern detached home
- Off Road Parking
- Double Garage
THE AGENTS SAYS...
12 Home Farm Close is a beautifully light-filled family home. Rooms are well proportioned and there is a lovely sense of flow from the welcoming entrance hallway. The separate dining room, with its double doors and characterful bay window, is a particular feature of the property and would work equally well as a playroom or snug. French doors from the kitchen/breakfast and lounge offer easy indoor/outdoor living for entertaining and family life.
Double half-glazed doors from the hallway lead directly into the large, dual aspect lounge with fireplace and french doors to the garden. Behind the stairs is a good-sized cloakroom. The hallway leads round to access the study, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and utility beyond.
The utility room leads out to the garage and driveway.
Upstairs are four bedrooms and the family bathroom. The
impressive master bedroom boasts a generous en-suite and built-in wardrobe. The second bedroom is also a generous double. Bedrooms 3 and 4 are a good size, with bedroom 3 benefitting from built in storage. The airing cupboard provides further useful storage on the landing.
GARDEN AND GROUNDS
Behind the property is a detached double garage with driveway parking in front and a gate providing garden access. The large, enclosed garden is laid to lawn, with small trees and shrubs at the rear. Two separate patio areas are accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room and lounge respectively.
The picturesque village of Steeple Ashton has awardwinning
public house and local community-owned café/village store, an imposing 15th Century church and central village green. Bath is not far away, with a wealth of fine restaurants, shops and cultural attractions. The beautiful Salisbury Plain is within easy reach, as well as Stonehenge which is a 30 minute drive away. Mainline rail services are available at Westbury and Chippenham to London Paddington with journey times from 75 minutes. The M4 (Junction 17) provides good road access to Central London, Bristol and the wider national motorway network. The area is renowned for the quality of its schooling facilities. Keevil primary school is close by in the adjacent village and there are sought-after schools nearby, including Dauntseys, Stonar and St. Marys, Calne. There are a number of excellent boys, girls and mixed private schools in Bath, namely Prior Park, Stonar, Monkton Combe, King Edwards, The Royal High School for Girls and Kingswood.
Mains water, electricity and drainage and oil fired central heating.
Wiltshire District Council - Band G
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Current Rating - D