This handsome detached home is peacefully situated in a small select close on the edge of this quintessential Wiltshire village and has been designed to compliment its picturesque village surroundings.
The light and spacious accommodation offers scope for a certain amount of updating, and this has been reflected within the asking price. You are greeted by a reception hall which has a cloakroom, a spacious bay fronted sitting room with a fireplace, a separate bay fronted dining room, a study and a family size kitchen/breakfast room with an adjoining utility. On the first floor is the principal bedroom with en-suite and dressing area, three further good size bedrooms and a principal bathroom.
The large delightful level sunny fully enclosed rear garden is a feature of this fine house, perfect for the grandchildren to play safely or ideal for alfresco dining, or just relaxing at the end of the day with a cool glass of wine. A driveway that provides additional parking leads to a double detached garage. Enhanced by oil fired central heating and enhanced by double glazing and offered with with no forward chain. A modern home of character in one of Wiltshire's most picturesque villages.
Steeple Ashton is a picturesque village which is steeped in history, with a magnificent church and many charming listed cottages and houses, these have been the setting for a number of films and T.V. dramas, including 'The House of Elliott'. There is a strong village community centered around the church, pub, shop with cafe and many village clubs and societies. Trowbridge, which is the county town of Wiltshire is a short drive away, as are Georgian Bath and the old market town of Devizes. Also close by is some quite spectacular downland scenery, and a mainline railway station to London (Paddington) at nearby Westbury.