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Longleaze Lane, Melksham

  • Approx 0.5 to 0.75 Of an Acre
  • Double Garage & Useful Annex
  • Detached Home Office / Gym
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Ample Parking For Vehicles
  • Stunning Living / Dining Room
  • Fitted Kitchen, Study
  • Cloakroom, Bathroom, En-Suite
  • Potential To Extend STP/P's

Lock and Key independent estate agents are pleased to offer this impressive and gorgeous former wing of a residence with some parts are believed to date back to 1830 and known as Butlers Quarters. The property is situated in a most private spot within a secluded wooded outlook tucked away down a long private drive within your own grounds of approximately 0.5 to 0.75 of an acre in total. The accommodation is arranged over three floors comprising an entrance hall, a stunning & spacious 23ft living / dining room, cloakroom, useful study, fitted kitchen, good size master bedroom and a en-suite. To the first floor is a further double bedroom and a family bathroom and oriel stairs rising to the second floor and the third bedroom. Externally the grounds are laid mainly to lawn and interspersed with trees, a gravel drive provides ample off road parking for numerous vehicles leading to a double garage with a fabulous annex above. There is also a separate detached home office / outside store. Further potential to extended subject to planning permission's being granted. A rare opportunity indeed for a property as rare as hens teeth.

On the edge of and tucked away and only one mile from the our charming market town town of Melksham, Sitting astride the River Avon, Melksham town centre offers all the amenities and charm of a typical English market town: plenty of shops, pubs, schools and open space, with a real community spirit. There are supermarkets, banks, chemists, restaurants and cafes, and all the amenities for day to day life. For more serious shopping, Chippenham and Devizes are less than 10 miles away and offer plenty of big name stores, while for the ultimate in style and sophistication, Bath is hard beat. With beautiful country walks on every edge of town, you really are spoilt for choice. Melksham has its own rugby, football and cricket clubs. Fascinating days out will include the Caen Hill Locks on the Kennet & Avon canal, the historic town of Bradford on Avon, and Lacock Abbey and the Fox Talbot museum and village. There is a wide choice of schools for all ages close to home. The highly regarded Forest & Sandridge Primary School is less than a mile away, the Oak closeby, whilst Melksham offers a selection of pre-school playgroups. Melksham Oak Community Comprehensive School offers education for older children, and there are further education colleges in Chippenham, Trowbridge and Lackham.

Front door with a glazed arched pane inset opening to:

Entrance Hall:  
Tuned stairs to first floor with useful cupboard below, glazed window to rear, built-in cloak cupboard with hanging rail and shelving, doors to all rooms.

Low level W/C, pedestal wash hand basin, extractor fan, radiator.

Living / Dining Room:  23'09" x 21'10"
Triple aspect windows to front side and rear overlooking the lovely gardens, feature stone fireplace with electric coal effect fire inset, exposed wooden floorboards, two radiators, television point, two additional feature port hole windows.

Fitted Kitchen:  11'02" x 10'09"
Window to rear overlooking the rear and patio. A range of fitted wall and base units and drawers with granite work surface over and matching up stands, inset Belfast sink with mixer tap, open shelving with wicker baskets below, space and point for a range style cooker with extractor fan above, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, integrated fridge/freezer, recessed spot lights.

Bedroom One:  19'05" x 11'09"
Three sash windows to front overlooking the gardens, a range of built-in matching wardrobes and two further built-in wardrobes, radiator, door to:

A re-fitted suite comprising a fully tiled shower cubicle, low level W.C with integrated cistern, circular wash bowl mounted on granite with a cupboard below, shaver light, recessed spot lights, ladder style radiator.

Study:  7'07" x 6'11"
Window to rear, radiator.

First Floor Landing:  
Port hole window to side, built-in cupboard housing gas boiler and linen shelves, door opening to stairs to second floor.

Bedroom Two:  12'11" x 12'03"
Dual aspect sash windows to front and side, built-in storage cupboard, radiator.

Sash window to rear, a suite comprising a panelled bath with tiled splash backs with Victorian style mixer tap with shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin , low level W.C, recessed spot lights, ladder style radiator.

Second Floor:  
Oriel staircase to:

Bedroom Three:  14'09" max x 10'07" max
Sash window to side , built-in cupboard, recess spot lights, access to loft space, radiator.

Externally & Front:  
The property is approached via a sweeping gravel driveway which provides ample parking leading to a double garage and annex. Set within approximately 0.75 of an acre with a large area of lawn to the front with mature trees inset, timber decked seating area, gated side access to the side.

Double Garage:  
With two double doors, power and light, steps to the side leading to:

Annex:  25'03" max x 13'0" max
Stable door to front, two windows to side and a porthole window, matching wall and base unit with work surface over and sink inset, television point, recessed spotlights, door to:

Fully tiled shower cubicle, low level W.C, pedestal wash hand basin, recessed spotlights.

Rear Garden:  
The rear garden is of a good size and laid mainly to lawn and interspersed with ornamental trees, enclosed by a six foot wooden fence & laurel hedge, a paved patio area is enclosed by red brick walling, paved pathway leading to gated side access and a detached home office / store, outside tap and outside light.

Detached Garden Store:  
Dual aspect windows to side and rear, wooden door with glazed pane inset, television point, recessed spotlights. Was previously a small gym.

From the market place take your first exit into Spa Road and proceed along over the mini roundabouts. At the next roundabout turn left into Snowberry Lane and take the next right into Longleaze Lane, follow the drive past The Lodge and bear left through the pillars to Butlers Quarters.

These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firms employment has the authority to make or give a representation or warrenty in respect of the property. Floor plan measurements and distances are approximate only and should not be relied upon. We have not carried out a detailed survey nor tested the services, appliances or specific fittings.

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