- Potential to extend (subject to planning consent)
- 2/3 bedrooms
- Period home
- Sought after location
- Sitting room with high ceilings and Victorian fireplace
- Gardens to front and rear
- Attractive views to front and back
- Dining room
- Victorian property within walking distance to all local amenities
Situated in perhaps one of the prettiest and central locations in Box village is this highly attractive 2/3 bedroom Victorian home which has attractive views to the front and rear with potential to further extend and develop into a four bedroom semi detached. Built on the site of a historic Roman Villa there is plenty of history in the area and for families moving into the area the highly sought after primary school is within walking distance and Bath, Bradford-on-Avon and Corsham secondary schools are all accessible.
The property can be accessed from Church Lane which is within walking distance to fantastic country walks and all of the diverse local amenities including the beautiful recreation grounds. Access to the front is gained from the front garden through a gate and pathway that leads to the front door which leads through into an entrance porch and then into a hallway with stairs leading up to the first floor. The light and airy sitting room has the classic high ceilings of the era and bay fronted window with original Victorian fireplace. The dining room which is situated in the middle of the house has a deep under-stairs cupboard, double glazed sash window, chimney breast and fireplace that has been covered and access through into the kitchen which has a range of free standing units, space for white goods and door to rear. It is here where a major 600 sq ft extension can start and a fantastic opportunity to develop which is a rare opportunity in Box.
On the first floor is a landing area, family bathroom and two double bedrooms and a third single bedroom that is accessed via bedroom one. There is potential to extend the property (subject to planning consent) to create four bedrooms as there is space to the side and rear in order to do so.
To the rear is a large patio area which has access to front and rear with steps leading down to a sunken garden area that currently houses the chicken coup. To the front is an attractive level garden with lawn and gavel terrace that provides space for garden furniture. The front garden garden is south facing and the patio area to the rear gets evening sun with fabulous sunsets to enjoy after work.
Parking can be found on Church Lane.
Services include mains drainage, electric and water.