- Open House between 10-11am Saturday 30th March
- Four Bedroom Detached Bungalow with Loft Conversion
- In need of updating and modernising
- No Onward Chain
- South west facing plot with views across Box and beyond
- Approximately 1/3 acre plot
- Kitchen with inner lobby and downstairs shower room
- Sitting room/dining room
- Driveway with parking
OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 30th MARCH BETWEEN 10-11AM. Situated on a south west facing plot of approximately 1/3 acre plot with views over Box and beyond is this detached 1930's home. Although the property needs updating and may be suffering from some structural issues, the potential is there to develop and alter the layout to create a more modern design that takes advantage of the west facing views across the beautiful valley and village below. The accommodation includes; entrance hall, large 'L' shaped sitting room/dining room with patio doors to garden, kitchen with large cupboard, rear lobby with shower room leading off, three ground floor double bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the first floor is a spacious landing area, study and additional bedroom which has the scope for a master suite conversion. To the rear of the property is the west facing garden which has huge potential albeit a little overgrown. There is in fact a slightly tumble down prefab garage in the garden which is perfect for storage whilst work is being completed. To the front is a gravelled driveway with parking for several cars.
Box is a thriving village with a strong community spirit and an excellent range of local facilities, which include an outstanding primary school, doctor's surgery, post office, three pubs and a restaurant, butchers, pharmacy, garage/convenience store, small supermarket, two cafes, church and a recreation ground which hosts a number of local events, including the famous Box Rocks music event. A Budgens and fuel station is in nearby Ashley. Communications include a regular bus service into Bath city centre and surrounding villages, a direct line to London Paddington, Bristol and South Wales from Chippenham and Bath Spa Railway Stations which as of late 2015 should have had electrification of the lines completed. The M4 Motorway junction 18 and 17 which are both easily accessible.
N.B.- The property is very much a project and buyers should take into account that the property has internal cracking in some of the rooms, so we would recommend employing the services of a surveyor or structural engineer to asses. These cracks may only be settlement cracks from the extension but we feel that it is worth noting as these issues may affect buyers lending capabilities.