Approached by imposing double entrance gates and a gravelled driveway. Mulberry Lodge is a handsome detached country home set in large delightful gardens in a village adjacent to a farm in the very heart of picturesque Steeple Ashton village.
The accommodation, which is incredibly spacious, offers great versatility in its arrangement. You are greeted by a spacious and impressive tiled reception hall with a cloakroom and utility area. a sitting room which has a wood burner, separate dining room, and study, magnificent garden room and a bay fronted music room.
The well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room is at the heart of this home. There is also a fifth bedroom with en-suite on this floor and a utility room.
On the first floor is the principal bedroom with en-suite and a walk-in wardrobe, three further bedrooms, two are en suite and a family bathroom.
The large fully enclosed level gardens are an absolute delight, there is a summerhouse and an area that is designed for alfresco dining. The gravelled driveway leads to the detached double garage and provides generous parking. Warmed by oil fired central heating and the more traditional feature of a wood burning stove.
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 several films and T.V. dramas, including 'The House of Elliott'. There is a strong village community cantered 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 down land scenery, and a mainline railway station to London (Paddington) at nearby Westbury.