A very well cared for detached four-bedroom family home has plenty to offer its new owners.
Cleaves Avenue is situated on the outskirts of the very popular Wiltshire village of Colerne. On entering the property, you are greeted by an entrance hall that runs centrally through the property, giving access to all the rooms. At the front is a downstairs W.C and another door leading to the integral garage which boats both plumbing and electricity. The sitting room is at the rear of the property with sliding doors looking out towards the rear garden, handmade wooden bookcase and open dining area with authentic serving hatch. The delightfully decorated kitchen consists of built in appliances and is plentiful in storage, there is also the added benefit of a side door.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms and a good-sized family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from built in wardrobe units; another good size double also has a built-in storage. The remaining bedrooms are of good size with the smaller of the two being adaptable as an office/study.
Externally, there is off-street parking with a driveway leading to the integral garage. Mature shrubs and flower beds border the front of the property nestled on its corner plot. The back garden can be entered via a side entrance gate, the garden itself being enclosed by a stone wall, mainly laid to lawn with a small patio area, added is a stone built shed that provides great amounts of outdoor storage.
Colerne is only c.8 miles away from the world heritage city of Bath. There are good road links with the M4 nearby, as well as train stations at Bath or Chippenham with direct links to London. It is nestled into the countryside with a fantastic selection of walks and tranquil views to enjoy. Colerne has two pubs serving excellent food, a local shop, newsagent, hairdresser, cosy cafe, lovely church, Saturday market, and a Post Office. The village has a fantastic sense of community and is extremely welcoming. There are numerous events throughout the year and live music on most Fridays. The local playgroup and then to the village primary school are well regarded, there is also good secondary school transport links from the village and a car share scheme. The village also has a football and rugby club with a large mini section for kids playing both sports, there is a children’s play park and a friendly mum and baby group.