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This 1950’s detached home offers spacious and versatile accommodation in a most sought after location on the edge of the beautiful and historic village of Lacock. The house has a pleasant approach via a gravel drive through an attractive front garden leading to the entrance. The central L-shape reception hall leads to all the principal ground floor reception rooms. The sitting room benefits from a ‘Minster’ stone fireplace with an open fire and aspect to the front garden. Oak flooring continues through into the dining room and double doors from the dining room lead into the garden room with three walls of windows looking onto the garden; a wonderful flow of accommodation that can be open plan if required. The kitchen has plenty of room for a dining table. The master bedroom on the first floor benefits from a wall of built-in wardrobes as well as a dressing room and an en-suite bathroom. Three further bedrooms have a view over the neat garden to the rear and the fifth bedroom/study has a pleasant aspect to the front. An important attribute to the property is the attached garden house. It is totally self-contained, but is linked via the first floor if one wishes to use the house as one. Its sitting room has a full height square bay window opening directly onto a terrace. Its kitchen has been recently re-furbished and the spacious first floor bedroom is served by a smart shower room.
The property is located on the Corsham Road which is on the west side of the delightful National Trust village of Lacock, famous for its picturesque streets and historic buildings. Within this unique village is a local primary school, three popular public houses, restaurants and tea rooms, post office and a variety of gift shops. There is easy access to Junction 17 of the M4 motorway, which in itself allows speedy travel to London or west to Bath and Bristol. Chippenham railway station is also on the main Paddington line with frequent services to London (approximately 75 minutes).
A major feature of this family home is the attractive level gardens to both the front and rear. Pitstruan benefits from a front garden with mature trees and hedging providing a natural screen to the front as well as privacy. A gravel drive leads to the front of the house and into the double garage. The garden is interspersed by specimen trees and a border of shrubs adds further interest and colour. To the rear a paved and gravelled terrace adjacent to the house provides a generous outside entertaining area including a dining and barbecue terrace. The level lawn in enclosed by fencing and hedging. A productive vegetable bed will attract those with green fingers.
All mains connected. Gas central heating.
Council Tax Band F.
Three Reception Rooms
Large Level Gardens
Good Access To Road and Rail
Edge Of Village of Lacock
No Onward Chain
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