- Highly sought after village
- Fantastic west facing views in quiet location
- Four bedroom 1930's extended detached family home
- Beautifully appointed kitchen/dining room
- Sitting room with wood burning stove and views
- Four double bedrooms including master bedroom with en suite
- Family bathroom with separate shower cubicle and bath
- Smart modern kitchen/dining room
- Wrap around garden
- No onward chain
With west facing views across the village and beyond is Hill View, which is beautifully nestled into the hillside and yet within walking distance to all of Box's fantastic amenities. The access to this property is not obvious and although quite central to the village, this lovely extended detached 1930's home provides a real sense of privacy, whilst still retaining beautiful vistas from many of the rooms. The accommodation is light and airy with a wide entrance hall with plenty of space for coats and shoes that leads through into the beautifully appointed kitchen/dining room. This stunning kitchen has been fitted within the last few years and has a smart range of high gloss units, range cooker, integrated appliances, Karndean flooring and lovely views through the bay window. Steps lead up to an inner hallway where the stylish sitting room can be accessed which has a wood burning stove, bay window with views and wood floor boards. Bedrooms can also be accessed from this level, all of which are doubles including the master bedroom, which has an en suite shower room. A family bathroom has a smart suite with shower cubicle, bath and large heated towel radiator.
The quiet and tranquil gardens wrap around from front to back with a sheltered patio area to the front which enjoys lovely views and sunsets in the summer months. There is lawn to the front and side with a pathway taking you around to the rear garden which has been designated for raised veg beds and a greenhouse. There is gated access to the rear and side with a pathway that leads back down to the parking area.
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.