Guide price £625,000
peaceful rural location
- Semi Detached
- Double Garage
- View EPC Rating
The property is entered via a part glazed timber door a welcoming hallway, centrally located giving access to the sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility and stairs leading to the first-floor accommodation. A striking feature of the ground floor is the parquet wood flooring in the hallway and all rooms except the utility.
The sitting room is a spacious dual aspect room featuring a stone fireplace with open fire, French doors to the garden and a large bay window floods the room with natural light. On the other side of the hallway is the dining room, also with a stone fire place set in a corner and a picture window overlooking the front garden. Adjacent to the dining room is the kitchen with a range of wall and base cabinets in a country kitchen style under wood and granite counter tops. There is a centrally located matching island unit. A red, Rayburn sits within the units on one wall and on the opposite wall, by the ceramic sink is a picture window overlooking the garden. Integrated appliance includes a fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
From the kitchen, glazed French doors lead to the garden room offering a great space for families with two sets of French doors providing plenty of natural light and access to the garden. To complete the ground floor accommodation is a utility room with a range of wall and base cabinets, a Belfast sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. An external door leads to the rear garden. Off the utility is a useful shower room complete with walk in shower, pedestal sink and low-level WC.
At first floor level there are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom comprising a white suite with shower over the bath. Bedroom Two is dual aspect and features a lovely period caste iron fireplace.
Grounds and Garden
The front garden is accessed via a five-bar gate with a pedestrian gate to the side leading to a generous gravel drive and parking for several vehicles. The frontage is enclosed on all sides by a high mature hedge and a low picket fence separates this area from the rear garden. Located within this gravel area is a purpose-built double garage with attached office/hobby room and storage behind. To the rear of the property is an extensive and private garden mainly laid to lawn, enclosed by high hedging. There are three terrace areas located by the garden room, sitting room and by the utility door. The terrace by the garden room is covered by a canopy adorned with a grape vine.
The property is situated close to the village of Lyneham, with an excellent range of facilities, including a primary school and Library. It is located between Royal Wootton Bassett and Calne, both market towns offering further shopping facilities and amenities, including secondary schools and leisure centres. Calne is also home to the highly regarded St Mary's School. Chippenham and Swindon are both easily accessible for mainline rail services between Bristol and Paddington. Excellent road communications provide easy access to employment centres of Swindon, Bath and Bristol from either junction 16 or 17 of the M4.