Late Georgian country splendour! Vale House is an incredibly handsome detached village house that is listed grade II, which occupies a fine rural setting enjoying fine open views from both the front and rear across unspoiled countryside on the edge of the pretty village of Keevil.
As you make your way to the impressive front door you are immediately greeted by the smell of the lavender lined path and cannot fail to be impressed by the alluring Georgian facade.
The accommodation which is spacious and well balanced is arranged over two floors and combines a harmonious mix or period charm and contemporary modern style.
You are received by a reception hall, with a large sitting room to your left, which also has space for cosy dining with the essential open fireplace. To your right is the more formal dining room/study, which has a wood burner and is perfect for entertaining.
There is a contemporary kitchen/breakfast room and a separate utility area, which also has a cloakroom. On the first floor are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The large stunning sunny gardens are a feature of this charming house, ideal for alfresco dining or with all the space a a family could need for the children or grandchildren to play. You can even keep chickens or be self-sufficient by growing your own vegetables. A driveway provides generous parking and leads to a double garage
Warmed by oil central heating and the more traditional features of both an open fire and wood burner and enhanced by tall sash windows.
Keevil is a small village with a good sense of community. Quietly located away from busy main roads and with far reaching views over the local countryside, it is rural without being isolated. No forward chain.
The local catchment school is the Ofsted 'Outstanding' Keevil Church of England Primary School and the property is within easy reach of St. Margaret's and St. Mary's Calne, Stonar, Warminster and Dauntsey's Schools. It is just five miles from both Trowbridge and Melksham and seven miles from the market town of Devizes.
These towns offer a range of comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities including a new multiplex cinema at Trowbridge, supermarkets such as Waitrose and Sainsbury's in Melksham and a bustling weekly produce and antiques market in Devizes.
Locally there are some very pleasant village pubs in the nearby villages of Steeple Ashton, Semington and Bulkington. There are mainline stations at; Trowbridge (4 miles) with services to Bath/Bristol and London, Westbury (8 miles) and Chippenham (13 miles) running regular trains to London (Paddington is just over an hour away). The area is ideally situated for a range of leisure pursuits including walking, running and cycling.