Under Offer 5 bedroom property for sale in Trowbridge Road, Bradford-On-Avon, Wiltshire, BA15

Offers in Excess of £850,000

Summary

5 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Receptions
  • Old Well House Providing Entrance Hall
  • Drawing Room
  • Dining/sitting Room
  • Kitchen
  • Cloakroom
  • Utility Room
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Box Room
  • Self-contained Coach House Providing Kitchen/living Room, Two First Floor Rooms And Bathroom
  • Established Gardens
  • Greenhouse
  • Outbuilding
  • Garage
  • Driveway
  • Not A Listed Building

Description

Canopied front door opening onto good sized entrance hall with hard wood flooring continuing into both reception rooms. Under stair cupboard perfect for wine storage.

Drawing room with shuttered bay window to front garden. Impressive stone open fireplace with original glazed cupboard doors in the recesses to either side.

Dual aspect dining/sitting room with original wainscot panelling and cupboards. Large walk-in cupboards hidden behind the tongued-and-grooved wall. Shuttered French doors onto the courtyard of the back garden and shuttered sash onto the side aspect. Stone fireplace with inset gas fire. The two reception rooms have an interconnecting door.

Galley-style kitchen with extensive range of base...
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Canopied front door opening onto good sized entrance hall with hard wood flooring continuing into both reception rooms. Under stair cupboard perfect for wine storage.

Drawing room with shuttered bay window to front garden. Impressive stone open fireplace with original glazed cupboard doors in the recesses to either side.

Dual aspect dining/sitting room with original wainscot panelling and cupboards. Large walk-in cupboards hidden behind the tongued-and-grooved wall. Shuttered French doors onto the courtyard of the back garden and shuttered sash onto the side aspect. Stone fireplace with inset gas fire. The two reception rooms have an interconnecting door.

Galley-style kitchen with extensive range of base and wall mounted units, tiled floor, side aspect sash windows overlooking the rear garden courtyard, Velux window. Dishwasher, fridge, freezer, built-in electric oven, built-in electric hob with extractor over.

Downstairs cloakroom with WC, wash hand basin, Velux window.

Utility room with floor mounted gas boiler, hot water tank in airing cupboard, space for under-counter washing machine and tumble drier, butlers sink, and window onto garden.

Stairs to first floor

Master Bedroom. Dual aspect with lovely garden view. Original fireplace, wash hand basin and built-in wardrobes.

Family bathroom with marble tiling and white suite including WC, bidet and basin, heated crome towel rail and Aqualisa shower over bath. Rear aspect over garden.

The large landing between this bedroom and the bathroom has been recently divided to provide a photographic darkroom (with plumbing) and a linen cupboard but could be opened up for another purpose such as a shower/wet room, dressing room, etc.

To the front: Bedroom 2 has built-in wardrobes and an original closet. It has an interconnecting door to

Bedroom 3 although both can also be accessed separately from the landing.

Stairs to second floor.

Two further double bedrooms with elm floorboards and elevated views of the townscape. Landing with roof access to attic storage leads onto a bathroom under the eaves with white suite and Velux window and to a substantial box room with a casement window but restricted head height.

Additional accommodation can be found in the self-contained Coach House either accessed by its own front door or via a side door across the courtyard from the kitchen door of the main house. The ground floor space provides an L-shaped kitchen/ living room with a hard wood floor and window onto the garden.

Stairs to

Bathroom with Velux and two further rooms both of an excellent size, one dual aspect. All with good pine floorboards. The Coach House's utilities and Council Tax are separate.

Outside

A stone-porched doorway leads to a passageway between the houses, giving convenient access from front to back.

The crowning glory is the sheltered, secluded, high-walleed rear garden with fertile soil and day-long sun). Although neglected in recent years it retains a good structure of old stone walls, paths and paved areas, established fruit trees and herbaceous beds providing a gardener’s paradise. Restoring the herb garden, vegetable plot and lawn is a manageable project even for those without green fingers.

Greenhouse with power and light.

Stone outbuilding with power and light. Suitable for conversion to studio/ home office.

Garage with power and light.

Front garden.

Off-street parking for 3 cars.

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Cultural Highlights

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