Guide Price £350,000
Offered for sale with no onward chain, a handsome detached bay fronted period home which enjoys an elevated position, beautifully presented throughout and ideally placed within walking distance of the town centre and railway station. Bursting with character features this fine home would be an ideal next step on the housing ladder for a couple or young family, who value the benefits of detached living, but want to retain the elegance and sophistication that's synonymous with residing in a period property. Alternatively, if you're wishing to downsize from something larger yet keep those classic room proportions and be within striking distance of the town's excellent amenities, this would suit you equally well.
Once inside you will discover; inviting entrance hall with feature stained glass window and attractive wood flooring, the living room is a good size and flooded with light courtesy of the tall bay window, whilst also having the added benefit of a wood burning stove. The kitchen/diner provides the heart of this charming home, with plenty of space for entertaining family and friends, offering direct access onto a large patio area via the French doors. There are three double bedrooms on the first floor and a luxurious family bathroom, which is supported by a handy downstairs cloakroom. Externally there is a garage to the rear of the property and parking space, along with a gorgeous long mature partly walled garden, with the jewel in the crown being a fantastic bespoke home bar, primed and ready for the guest to arrive on those blissful summer days. Hard to beat and not to be missed, delay at your peril.
Trowbridge is the county town of Wiltshire found close to the western border with Somerset. On the fringe of the town centre, you find Trowbridge Town Park, a large open space with a host of activities, tree lined paths and a riverside walk to Biss Meadows Country Park. St Stephens Place provides several dining options along with a multi-screen cinema complex. There are a wide variety of historic buildings around the town along with a selection of beautiful walks nearby, including the Kennet and Avon Canal and Southwick Country Park. The town has superb transport links with Trowbridge station providing access to London as well as a short ride to the world heritage city of Bath. The A350 passes the fringe of the town, leading to the M4 via Chippenham and the A303 and A36 to the south.
AGENTS NOTE: The parking and garage are accessed to the rear of the property via an unadopted lane. There was an insurance claim relating to subsidence to the front left-hand corner of the property in 2014 by a previous owner, with remedial works completed and the relevant certification issued as to the adequacy of the repair works completed, further details of which can be obtained by contacting our office.
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