Set within impressive communal grounds, this stunning 3/4 bedroom Grade II Listed home oozes charm and style. Gorgeous features include sash windows, superb galleried landing and an open green outlook. Off street parking and two lock ups add handy convenience.
Built in the 1830s as a workhouse, St George’s Court has a fascinating history. It was used as a hospital between the 1940s and 1980s before being converted into 25 unique homes shortly after the turn of the millennium. The substantial communal grounds are very well kept whilst other features nearby include tennis courts, The Somerset Arms and the Kennet and Avon Canal.
As soon as you step inside, you are met with an incredible dining hall enjoying twin sash windows and an impressive galleried landing. A utility cupboard provides space for a washing machine and tumble dryer along with lots of storage whilst doors lead to the living room and hallway. The dual aspect living room is a wonderful size and enjoys a lovely view of the green to the front. With stone effect archways and attractive flooring, the hallway leads to the kitchen and has doors to the downstairs cloakroom and a useful room that could serve as a downstairs bedroom. The kitchen has a number of fitted units and vast work surface over as well as a door to the patio area at the side of the house.
From the jaw dropping galleried landing you have doors to three bedrooms, the bathroom and airing cupboard. With triple aspect windows and an en-suite shower room, the main bedroom is a fantastic size and boasts built in wardrobes. Bedroom two is another great sized room with dual aspect windows and built in wardrobes. Bedroom three is a generous single room which again features built in wardrobes whilst the dual aspect bathroom has a bath, WC and vanity basin.
As well as the extensive communal grounds, the property has a patio area off of the kitchen and a garden that stretches across the front of the house. To the other side of the house is more lawn garden that extends to the rear. A hedge and small trees including a pretty cherry blossom compliment the garden. There are two allocated parking spaces in the small car park adjacent to the property as well as visitor spaces nearby. The property also has two lock up storage units.
This property is leasehold with a 999 year lease from 2001. Each of the 25 properties at St George’s Court own a share of the freehold and as such, there is no ground rent payable. The monthly service charge is currently £298 and includes maintenance of all communal areas, external maintenance, buildings insurance and window cleaning.
Semington is a delightful village on the Kennet and Avon Canal, a short distance from both Trowbridge and Melksham. The village has a highly regarded public house, village hall, primary school and public tennis courts. A bus route serves the village via the High Street whilst the A350 and A361 run to the east and south of the village respectively. The country town of Trowbridge provides lots of amenities including several supermarkets, train station and a multi screen cinema complex with a selection of restaurants.
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