From our Corsham office turn right onto Pickwick Road and continue to the A4. Take the first left following the signs to Bath. Continue over the roundabout and take the first left onto the Bradford Road and continue on this road for approximately two/three miles until you reach the Five Ways traffic lights. Bear to the far right signposted Kingsdown and after approximately one mile turn first right into Longsplatt where the property is the last on your left hand side.
Henley Lane is a quiet rural location a short distance from the village of Box. The Georgian City of Bath is approximately five miles distant and offers many amentities to include excellent restaurants, comprehensive shopping, The Theatre Royal and a mainline station offering direct access to London Paddington (approximately 90 minutes) and the City of Bristol. Other nearby towns include Corsham, Chippenham and Bradford upon Avon, all of which offer a selection of retail shops and amenities. The property is also well located for easy access to the M4 Motorway at junctions 17 & 18 both of which give excellent access to London, Swindon, South Wales and the M5.
The property has been extended since 1927 and the entrance is now in the form of an entrance reception/sun room. This runs along half the front of the properties width and has three double glazed windows to the front and a double glazed side window, exposed Ashlar stone wall, base units providing useful storage space, a double radiator, double glazed sliding patio doors leading to the main bedroom and a glazed door to.
Entry is through a double glazed door to.
The large hallway has coving, an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank, loft access with a pull down down ladder, radiator, Parkay flooring and doors to.
With a window to the side and with potential subject to planning for a loft conversion.
Double glazed window to the front, coving, radiator and fitted with plenty of wardrobes providing hanging and shelving space.
Double glazed window to the side and double glazed sliding patio doors leading to the entrance porch, coving, radiator, fitted wardrobes with hanging and shelving space and a sliding door to.
Fitted with a ceiling mounted extractor fan, shower cubicle, wall mounted wash basin, heated towel rail, tiled splash backs and a close coupled W.C.
Dining room/bedroom three
What was the original third bedroom is now the dining room. As the door into the hallway remains it would only need a partition wall to be reinstated to utilise again as a bedroom. It currently has a double glazed window to the side, stone feature fireplace and is open plan to the kitchen.
Double glazed window to the front and fitted with a solid pine kitchen in the Victorian Country Kitchen style. There are a number of wall and base mounted units with roll edge work tops, a one and a half sink and drainer unit built into and forming part of the work top, built in fridge, dishwasher and gas fired AGA which heats the hot water and an obscure door to.
Double glazed window to the rear and a double glazed door to the rear with access to the drive and patio and fitted with a range of wall and base units with roll edge work tops, stainless steel sink unit with drainer and mixer taps and drinking water tap and space for a washing machine and fridge freezer.
Double glazed obscure window to the side, coving and fitted with a white suite which includes a vanity sink with granite work top and storage under, a curved double shower screen, W.C, heated towel rail, radiator, part tiled walls and a large cupboard with shelving space.
The large living room has two double glazed windows to the side, an exposed stone wall with chimney and inset wood burner, coving, two double and two single radiators, T.V point and double glazed windows and a double glazed door to the rear which leads to.
Of double glazed construction built onto a dwarf wall, double glazed French doors to the side leading to the patio and a glass roof.
The front of the property has quite simply stunning views towards Colerne. It fronts on to the quiet Henley Lane with fields opposite. The garden itself is mainly laid to lawn situated behind a stone retaining wall and incorporating a number of established bushes and shrubs. There is a driveway with two way access and this continues to the side of the property. There is also the original single garage with an up and over door.
Garages and workshops
To the rear is a single garage with an up and over door and a bespoke purpose built wooden garage with two sets of carriage doors and a large workshop area, this garage being L shaped with a concrete base, power and light.
The majority of the garden is located to the rear. Off the utility and conservatory is a patio area with a small retaining wall and then mainly a large lawned area all the way to the top of the garden. Off the patio is a shed with the floor mounted gas fired boiler and water softener system. The drive to the side of the property leads to a larger parking area which is in front of the double garage and accessed through a double gate. The rear of the garden has a varied arrangement of established trees bushes and shrubs and is completely enclosed by hedging which is attractive and provides a great deal of privacy.