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This individual village home was built in the early 1990's and is situated adjacent to open countryside affording wonderful far reaching views. The entrance lobby leads into the reception hall ahead and on a practical note to a spacious boot room which has access to the integral double garage as well as the utility room. The central reception room is spacious and beautifully proportioned with a feature stone fireplace with a wood burning stove. Doors lead to the conservatory benefitting from windows on four sides making the most of the views out to the attractive gardens and fields beyond. A further reception room runs the depth of the house with a tall angular ceiling. At one end is a study area and the other is a family room, a lovely spot to relax and look out to your view.
The first floor has four bedrooms and a dressing room. The two to the rear enjoy country views, there is also an en-suite shower room and family bathroom. Through the dressing room the fourth bedroom is a real feature and measures over 25 foot long, plenty of room for both a bedroom and play/study area. This is a super home enjoying a pretty garden with views in this attractive Wiltshire village.
Atworth village is situated approximately eight miles from the magnificent Georgian city of Bath. The village has the benefit of a church, village pubs and garage with a shop. There is a choice of farm shops at each end of the village; one within Lowden Garden Centre and the other is the award winning Neston Farm Shop and Kitchen. This active village also benefits from a primary school, Churchfields. The fashionable Pear Tree Inn in Whitley is just around the corner. The M4 motorway can be accessed eastwards to London via the A350 just north of Chippenham, or westwards to Bristol and Cardiff via the A4 and A46 north of Bath.
To the front is a gravelled drive providing parking. There is a double garage. Mature shrubs and plants add greenery to the front. The garden and views of this modern village home are a major feature. A stone and decked terrace run the length of the house and a level lawn is bordered by beautiful summer flowers including a rose bed, climbing honeysuckle and a herbaceous bed. At the far end is a lower level with a trickle of a brook winding along the dry stone walling that divide you from the wonderful open countryside.
Services: All mains connected. Gas central heating. Air recovery system. Council Tax Band F.
3 Reception Rooms
Garage and Parking
Views of Adjacent Countryside
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