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This imposing and extensive family home was built by Ashford Homes less than 30 years ago and has been updated by the original owners since. Providing well planned and versatile accommodation on two floors all leading from the hall in a practical layout. A recessed brick fireplace with wood burner is the focal point of a triple aspect drawing room with fitted shelving matching that of the hall. Patio doors open out to the rear terrace with a wisteria covered pergola. The ground floor also has a study and cloakroom and double doors open from the hall to a dining room which leads to the well fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, granite work tops and peninsula unit dividing from a breakfast area. Further glazed doors open to a triple aspect family room with patio doors providing further access to the rear garden. A utility room is found off the breakfast room. On the first floor the double aspect master bedroom has a dressing area to the rear and an en-suite bathroom, with under floor heating, including a powered shower cubicle. A guest room also has an en-suite shower with the three remaining bedrooms served by a modern fitted family bathroom with powered shower and under floor heating. (The third bedroom is currently fitted with bespoke desk and storage as a study bedroom). There is a fully boarded loft providing additional storage space.
Situated on the outskirts of the picturesque Wiltshire village of Steeple Ashton with a beautiful 15th Century church, there is a popular village pub and village shop and well used village hall. There are livery stables close to the property. There is an 'outstanding' primary school close by in the village of Keevil, well rated secondary schools in Trowbridge, as well as sought after schools such as Dauntsey's and Stonar being nearby. Communication links are good with easy access to Trowbridge and Westbury rail stations with direct trains to London Paddington and Waterloo and to Bristol, Bath and Swindon.
Approached over a shared drive with electric gates and lighting there is ample parking on a gravelled forecourt to the front of a detached triple width garage. Alongside this is further storage for other vehicles. The landscaped rear gardens, bordered by a field used for grazing, are a delight with a variety of well stocked borders, rockeries and ponds. There are also vegetable and fruit gardens, an orchard, an area with specimen trees, and two copses. There is a garden house with its own terrace, greenhouse, playhouse and two sheds. The paddock includes a pond with an island bridge adding further interest to the lovely grounds.
Services: Mains connected electricity, water and drainage. Oil heating. Council Tax Band G.
Substantial Family Home
Nearly 2 Acres Of Grounds
2 En-suite and Family Bathroom
4 Reception Rooms
Triple Garage and Parking
No Onward Chain
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