Hillside Close, Heddington

Guide Price £514,500
Receptions X4
Bedrooms X4
Bathrooms X 1

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Key Features:


A detached four-bedroom village home that enjoys large front and rear gardens and parking for multiple vehicles. The current owners have organised the home to be eco-friendly with features such as cavity wall insulation, ‘Far Infrared’ radiators and an ‘Air Source Heat Pump’ in the living room. The ground floor features a large living room with log burner fireplace, a sitting room/office, kitchen breakfast room, dining/family room, guest cloakroom, utility boot room and a spacious hall. The first floor offers four generous bedrooms complemented by a family bathroom.
The rear garden has a deep patio area that stretches across the rear of the home which is ideal for outside dining and entertaining plus it features a pergola. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn making it perfect for recreation and future cultivation. There are two side gardens and the home has double glazing.

Hillside Close, Heddington


The home is well positioned for commuting. To the east you pass Cherhill White Horse, Historic Avebury and then to Marlborough. This route also takes you to the M4 eastbound to London. To the west is Calne, steeped in history, the home of Wiltshire Ham and the discovery of Oxygen. Further west is Chippenham, Bath and the M4 westbound. A short trip south takes you to North Wilts Golf Course, a Nature Reserve and Devizes famous for Caen Hill Locks and canal.

Heddington Village is placed in one of Wiltshire’s most idyllic countryside locations. Known for wonderful country walks and Equine pursuits. At Heddington there is a Local primary school and ‘The Ivy Inn’ village public house (known for good food) . Blacklands Lake Health Spa is a short distance away and there is a pretty Village Church. The area is steeped in history with Cherhill White Horse, Historic Avebury close by. The Battle of Roundway Down (1643) was fought nearby.

The home is placed in a pretty cul-de-sac in the Heart of the Village with a gentle walk down to the Village School, Village Church, Village Park and to the Ivy Inn.

ENTRANCE HALL 16’9 x 6’1 including staircase (5.11m x 1.85m including staircase)
The hall features a parquet floor. Doors give access to the living room, front sitting room, kitchen breakfast room and guest cloakroom. Stairs rise the first floor and there is room for display/hall furniture.

GUEST CLOAKROOM 5’10 x 4’6 (1.78m x 1.37m)
Parquet floor, tile finishes and a window with privacy glass. Chrome towel rail radiator. Water closet and a pedestal wash basin.

DUAL ASPECT LIVING ROOM 19’6 x 13’9 (5.94m x 4.19m)
Impressive in size windows look out over both the front and rear gardens. The focal point of the room is a fireplace with log burner and stone hearth. This room also features a parquet floor. The size of the room means it can quite happily accommodate numerous sofas and further items of large furniture. The living room has an ‘Air Source Heat Pump’ which also acts as a air-conditioner in warm weather.

FRONT SITTING ROOM/OFFICE 10’9 x 9’9 (3.28m x 2.97m)
This room has a window looks out over the front garden. The room can offer multiple functions as an extra sitting room and it is also ideal as a large office/study.

KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM 13’10 x 10′ (4.22m x 3.05m)
From here there is access to the family/dining room and to the utility boot room. The room is arranged to offer space for a breakfast table and chairs. There is a selection of fitted wall and floor cabinets with work surfaces. Tile floor and tile finishes. Space has been allowed for a cooker and a fridge. Integrated dishwasher and inset stainless steel sink with drainer. A window gives a view out over the rear landscaped garden.

DINING/FAMILY ROOM 16’10 x 9’6 (5.13m x 2.90m)
A window offers a view out over the front garden. The room is placed adjacent to the kitchen making it ideal for interacting with dinner guests. There is room for a large dining table, chairs and extra furniture.

Doors give access to the bedrooms and to the family bathroom.

BEDROOM ONE 13’9 x 10’3 (4.19m x 3.12m)
A window gives a view out over the front garden, rooftops and countryside beyond. There is space for a super king-size bed and further bedroom furniture to complement. Two wall lights.

BEDROOM TWO 10’9 x 8’9 (3.28m x 2.67m)
This bedroom has a window looks out over the rear garden. There is space for a double bed plus further bedroom furniture.

BEDROOM THREE 13′ x 7’9 plus warsdrobes (3.96m x 2.36m plus warsdrobes)
This bedroom has two open wardrobes plus a further double wardrobe with sliding doors. There is room for a double bed and extra furnishing. A window looks out over the front garden, rooftops and countryside beyond.

BEDROOM FOUR 10’6 x 8’9 (3.20m x 2.67m)
The final bedroom offers a view out over the rear landscaped garden. There is space for a double bed and extra furniture.

FAMILY BATHROOM 9′ x 5’9 (2.74m x 1.75m)
Window with privacy glass and tile finishes. Chrome towel rail radiator. The suite offers a water closet, basin set into a vanity cabinet and a panel enclosed bath. The bath has a shower screen and a thermostatically controlled shower over.

The home is approached by a wide sweeping gravel drive. This can accommodate numerous vehicles. There is a large flat lawn and a hedge screen for privacy. To one side of the garden is a wide flowerbed. There is access to both side gardens and there is a storm porch over the front access door.

To the right hand side of the home is a side garden area. A path leads to the rear garden and there is a strip of cultivation bed at a higher level.

With a gated access and leading to the pergola. This area is gravelled and is good for discreet storage or as a retreat.

Across the rear of the home is a deep patio which is ideal for outside dining, entertaining and lounging. To one side is a large pergola that offers a pleasant feature and retreat. There is an ornamental wall and a deep flowerbed that separates it from the remainder of the garden.

The remainder of the garden offers a large lawn for recreation and cultivation if required. There are flower beds, mature trees and a shed is placed to one corner.

Previously the home was heated by oil fired central heating. The radiators, boiler and internal pipework still exist.

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