Hebden House is an imposing attached 19th century Manor House which is set within approx 0.75 acres of mature open gardens. This magnificent family home with its impressive brickwork has many original features including a grand stone fireplace and oak panelling in the drawing room as well as a blend of splendid modern extension consisting of the kitchen/diner. On entering the grounds of the property, you are greeted by a private gated entrance, a nicely kept driveway leads to the side and rear of the house. The central hallway has doors leading to the principle living rooms and kitchen/diner. The primary sitting room looks out towards the lawn gardens and magnificent hedgerow that borders the property through large windows. The kitchen has been delightfully designed and decorated to include a traditional aga cooker and modern appliances. Plentiful in light with large skylight windows and French doors that open on to a large patio area, this is a perfect setting for a family room and informal dining. Leading further down the hallway is a pleasantly designed box room used as a study/office. Jokingly referred to as the ‘ballroom’ this exceptionally beautiful drawing room is plentiful in its charming features including a grand stone fireplace and traditional oak panelling. A southernly aspect which looks out towards the front gardens of the property, which can be accessed via French doors, provides picturesque views from the large stone framed windows. A beautiful oak staircase rises to the first floor, a large landing branches off towards the bedrooms and bathrooms situated on this floor. The beautifully presented master bedroom consist of a large built in wardrobe and featured stone framed windows which look over the lawn garden to the side. Leading off from the master bedroom, you step down to a tiled ensuite shower room. Three more double bedrooms and two family bathrooms complete the top floor. The second floor has been renovated nicely to present a very adaptable space. Large velux windows make this an ideal space for a large home office. The gardens surrounding the property do not disappoint, with characteristics equal to that on the inside. The driveway leads to the rear of the house where there is a car court, suitable for several different vehicles. The garden backs on to flat fields, where you can be greeted with stunning far reaching views towards Bradford-on-Avon. The gardens are extremely well kept and plentiful in vegetation and trees, with its own vegetable patch and well system. The rear of the garden previously saw a small stable area, with the potential to ‘rebuild’ this structure. Hebden House is situated the Bath side of Trowbridge and only 2.5 miles from Bradford-on-Avon. The towns offer a broad range of shopping facilities from independent retailers to national chains and supermarkets. Excellent travel roots to the big cities such as Bath and Bristol via Train and Bus. Within the catchment area there are excellent primary and secondary schools, as well as Weston college. There are plenty of amenities such as pubs, restaurants and theatres nearby as well as a cinema complex. Situated in the countryside the area is nestled with plenty of invigorating countryside walks.