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Number 1 Talbot View is a beautifully appointed family home, designed as a traditional farmhouse and situated on the edge of this sought after National Trust village. Lacock is famous for its medieval Abbey and picturesque village cottages, but is also an active village with a primary school, village shop, public houses, restaurants, St Cyriacs Church and also an excellent playing field. From the house there are many walks across fields where the beautiful countryside can be enjoyed.
The house is approached via a gravel drive and York stone paths. The smart entrance opens into a hallway with oak parquet flooring which flows into the main reception rooms, creating a smooth transition from room to room which allows the ground floor rooms suitable for entertaining. Double doors open into the principal sitting room, which has a 'Chesneys' limestone fireplace with granite hearth, and also benefits from direct access to the garden.
On the first floor there is a spacious landing and the master bedroom to the rear of the property is well proportioned with a triple aspect providing a view over the neighbouring countryside and a en-suite bathroom which has been re-fitted and updated.
The approach to this charming home is of particular note as the design and choice of planting has aimed to be in keeping with the traditional character of this area. A gravel drive leads to a detached stone built double garage and is bordered by an attractive bed of holly, box, birch trees and a magnificent Hibiscus bush as well as lavender and perennial plants. The front garden is enclosed by stone walling and a pretty gate gives this house a private access towards the village. The front garden on one side is bordered by an attractive bed of evergreen and seasonal planting with a pair of Silver Birch trees. The front garden is enclosed by stone walling. The front porch has a York stone built-in seat and threshold. The entrance is flanked by a pretty area with a small neat lawn and box hedging; and on the other side a wonderful spot with a small lawn plus a terrace with room for seating. Shrubs and climbers add to the charm. There is side access to the rear garden. There is a terrace of Indian sandstone running the length of the house with a low stone wall dividing the lawn. The lawn is enclosed by hedging with the countryside beyond and there is a further terrace, perfect for dining under the arbour. A stone wall provides a back drop for some training fruit trees under planted with Lavender. An attractive and easily maintained garden.
Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band G.
Double Garage and Parking
Historic Lacock Village
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