- Land & Development
- Block Management
SITUATION Hilperton is a large and popular village to the east and north of the county town of Trowbridge. The house is close to the Hilperton gap ideal for dog walking and the Kennet and Avon Canal is also near by. The village has a school, choice of pubs and community centre. There are excellent local amenities in nearby Trowbridge including a multi-screen cinema, good regional shopping centre and educational facilities.
There is excellent mainline including rail access including to Bath from Trowbridge station with Bath being within 10 miles by road and the M4 junction 17 is just north of Chippenham.
DIRECTIONS From the centre of Trowbridge take the B3106 and carry on along Wyke Road in to Hilperton. At the roundabout junction with Elizabeth Way turn right in to Horse Road and Pound Farm will be found on the right hand side.
DESCRIPTION The property comprises a Grade ll listed former farm house which has been renovated and is well presented offering an exceptional level of accommodation ideal for a large or extended family.
The house has white washed elevations of mainly stone and brick under a red clay tiled roof with Georgian style windows.
Internally there are a range of features including flag stone floors, original beams and fireplaces including an inglenook fireplace to one of the reception rooms. There are two staircases to the first floor and independent heating on each floor. All the bedrooms are a good sized, most with fitted wardrobes and there are in total 5 bath or shower rooms including two on the ground floor and three on the first floor. There is a generous well fitted kitchen at the rear of the property with separate utility and storage space.
The reception rooms include a separate dining room, sitting room and music room. There is a family snug and a room currently used as a gym. It would be relatively easy to separate a proportion of the accommodation to form a separate granny flat with independent access if required.
EXTERNALLY Outside there is a long drive from Horse Road with garden area to the side and parking for many cars as well as a lawn enclosed by wall and mature tree's with central pathway leading to the front door. At the rear there is a vegetable garden, sweeping lawn areas with many mature tree's, patio area and a generous central pond. The rear garden is south facing and enjoys a good degree of privacy. The plot in total extends to 0.572 acres (0.231 ha)
SERVICES Main services of gas, electricity, water and drainage are connected. Central heating is from two gas fired boiler (not tested).
COUNCIL TAX The property is in Band G with the amount payable for 2017/18 being £2,649.61.
EPC As this property is Grade ll listed it is exempt the requirement to have an EPC.
TENURE Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
CODE 9172 18/08/2017