The village of Derry Hill has all the things associated with village life. There is a local hostelry, post office shop, primary school, new village hall and local church. The great bonus is that Historic Bowood House is placed here with golf course, beautiful grounds, restaurants and hotel with spa. Bowood House is also famous for the discovery of Oxygen.
ACCESS & AREAS CLOSE BY
Placed just off the A4 the village it is well situated for commuting. To the west is Chippenham, Bath and the M4 to Bristol. Chippenham also has the bonus of the nationally high performing secondary schools of Sheldon and Hardenhuish. There is a regular bus service that connects Chippenham to Swindon (around every 20 minutes at peak times).To the east is Calne, Royal Wootton Bassett. Marlborough and the M4 east to London. The A4 east also leads to Historic Avebury and Cherhill White Horse.
A spacious entrance hallway with the room for display furniture. Doors lead to the living room, fitted dining kitchen and to the guest cloakroom. A balustrade staircase rises to the first floor and there is an under stairs store cupboard.
GUEST CLOAKROOM 6’6 x 3’1 (1.98m x 0.94m)
The suite offers a water closet and a pedestal wash basin. Tile finish and an extractor fan.
LIVING ROOM 14’6 x 12’6 maximum (4.42m x 3.81m maximum)
A dual aspect room with a window looking out over the front garden and a window to the side. The focal point of the room is a stone fire surround with pebble effect gas fire. To one side of the fireplace is a bespoke fitted dresser with cupboards and shelving. The room is generous and offer space for a number of sofas and further living room furniture.
DINING KITCHEN 19’6 x 9’4 (5.94m x 2.84m)
An impressive room is arranged to offer a natural dining area with room for a large dining table, chairs and extra furniture. The room has a window that looks out over the rear garden and a glazed door opens onto the rear garden also. Glazed French doors open out to the rear patio which expands the living space in fine weather.
There is a selection of fitted wall and floor cabinets with granite work surfaces and under cabinet lighting. Integrated is a fridge freezer, gas hob, contemporary stainless steel extractor hood, double oven and a dishwasher. Plumbing is been allowed for a washing machine. Enamel sink and drainer, water softener and drinking water tap. Stone tile floor.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING 18′ 0 x 3’1 (5.49m 0.00m x 0.94m)
A wide balustrade landing has doors that lead to the first floor bedrooms and to the main bathroom. A window offers a view out over the front garden and a balustrade staircase rises to the top floor. The landing allows for display furniture.
BEDROOM ONE 12’3 x 14’4 (3.73m x 4.37m)
This bedroom is one of two rooms that could be used as the master bedroom. A window offers a view out over the front garden and there is space for a super king-size bed. There is ample room for a large furniture to complement.
BEDROOM TWO 10’4 x 9’6 Plus wardrobes (3.15m x 2.90m Plus wardrobes)
A window looks out over the rear garden. It can accommodate a double bed and further bedroom furniture.
BATHROOM 8’3 x 5’6 (2.51m x 1.68m)
Refurbished in recent times the bathroom includes a panel enclosed bath with panel surrounds the sentry placed mixer tap with shower attachment. A vanity stand with draw has woodblock top with basin over. Water closet with concealed cistern. Panel surrounds with display shelf. Window with privacy glass and extractor fan.
TOP FLOOR LANDING
Door to the top floor bedroom.
BEDROOM THREE 19’2 x 14’7 (5.84m x 4.45m)
The third bedroom is a wonderful master suite with a dual aspect through two windows. There is a bespoke fitted five door wardrobe and there are New England shutters fitted to both windows. The bedroom offers space for a super king-size bed and further items large furniture. A door gives access to the en-suite.
EN-SUITE 7’9 x 5’7 (2.36m x 1.70m)
Also refurbished in recent times it includes a vanity stand with draw and woodblock top with basin over. Water closet with concealed cistern. Panel surrounds with display shelf. Generous shower cubicle with full height tiling and glass door.
Outline as follows;
The front garden has a curving ornamental wall with wrought iron fencing above. A wrought iron gate opens to pathway that leads to the front door with storm awning over. The front garden features a beautifully sculptured ornamental brush.
REAR LANDSCAPED GARDEN
Organised for a ease of maintenance, lounging and entertaining. Adjacent to the home is a large patio area that has room for an outside dining table and chairs. To one side is an area of artificial grass for lounging. There are well stocked flowerbeds further sections of hard standing garden suitable for pot plant display. A path run centrally down the garden to the brick drive. Outside tap.
GATED BRICK DRIVE
The end of the garden gated brick drive that leads to the garage. The drive offers an extra area for lounging and relaxation.
GARAGE 19’3 x 9’9 (5.87m x 2.97m)
A very generous garage with up and over door, power and light
This residential estate benefits from extra visitor parking spaces. There is an annual charge of around hundred and £160 per annum the management of green areas.