Bath Road, Devizes Guide Price £565,000

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Built in 1855 by Vice-Admiral Joseph Needham. Number 1 Trafalgar Place is steeped in local history. An impressive Bath stone façade fronts this gracious Grade II listed end terrace town house belying a sensitively modernised interior.

Set over four storeys, this home contains a welcoming hallway off which lies a light and airy study with floor to ceiling window looking out onto the mature gardens. The Georgian style high ceiling along with the feature fireplace ensure this bright room is a joy to live in. The drawing room off the hall has similarly high ceilings and feature fireplace with original window shutters, adding drama and a sense of cosiness. Newly installed DEFRA approved wood burning stoves in both rooms ensure warmth throughout the house and add much to the atmosphere.

On the second floor a grand spacious bathroom complete with claw foot slipper bath and renaissance style décor adds a touch of drama and luxury to daily routine with a large light and airy feel looking out over the gravel and lawned front driveway. The Master bedroom to the rear of the property features an original fireplace and benefits from a large widow looking out over the garden to the canal. The top floor consists of two further bedrooms with feature wooden beams and a shower room.

A recently installed ergonomically planned kitchen complete with bespoke central island includes two integrated Neff ovens, one multifunctioning as a microwave with a warming drawer, two integrated fridges, an integrated dishwasher and thoughtfully planned electric circuits ensure that discerning chefs have all they need at their fingertips. This kitchen dining area maintaining original features lends itself to being a wonderful hosting space as well as a family kitchen. A useful boot room with boiler room housing a fully integrated water filter and a modern high pressure water pump abuts a large light well letting natural light flood into this floor.

No.1 Trafalgar Place is reached through two impressive stone pillars leading to a sweeping gravel driveway containing a large garage/workshop with partial electrics. Through a statement wrought iron gate you reach the front door and side garden containing a range of fruit trees and handy log store whilst to the rear of the property lies a well-established and highly considered garden.

Facing south, the garden receives sun throughout the day and has been designed with a variety of seating areas, a vegetable garden, wildlife pond, large glasshouse and fruit cage. 

Designed to ensure plenty of home produce the garden includes mulberry, quince, pear, plum, apple and currants to name but a few of its offerings. The current owners have modernised the garden to ensure options for larger numbers of guests or cosy reading nooks can be accommodated, it truly is a garden which belies its location close to the town centre and with the gentle summer thrum of canal life nearby it is easy to believe you are somewhere more rural.

Devizes is a splendid traditional market town with an excellent weekly outdoor market and a good range of amenities and boutique shops.  The town provides easy access to the larger Spa City of Bath and the Cathedral City of Salisbury. There are mainline railway stations at nearby Pewsey and Chippenham (London Paddington approx. one hour twenty minutes) with junction 17 of the M4 motorway also close at hand.

 


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Bath Road
Devizes SN10 2AN
County: Wiltshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 00001556

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