From our Corsham office bear left onto Pickwick Road and continue over the first two roundabouts until you reach the roundabout on the A4. Bear left and continue over the next roundabout following the signs to Box and Bath. After approximately a mile take the second left into Beech Road and first left again in White Ennox Lane. The property can be found a little further along this road, the second property on your right hand side behind the double gates.
Favourably positioned near the village of Box, Sunrise is within a mile or so of this thriving and popular Wiltshire community. This sought after village is superbly well situated for access to Bath and Bristol, the A4 and more obviously the M4. The village for its size has enviable amenities ranging from a butchers to a convenience store as well as a small handful of pubs and cafe's. In addition there is a well respected Doctors surgery and library whilst towards the centre of the village is the recreation ground which includes the park and children's play area, cricket and football pitches, bowling club and tennis courts. The beautiful countryside surrounding the village and in particular Sunrise is perfect for rambling dog walkers and the near by Quarryman's Pub is a lovely distraction.
The property is entered through a hard wood door which leads to.
The reception comprises of a beautiful and very old exposed ceiling beam, radiator and doors to.
Double glazed obscure window to the front and fitted with a white suite which includes a panelled bath, pedestal sink, close coupled W.C., double shower cubicle, wood cladding to the walls and a radiator.
Double glazed sliding patio doors leading to the rear patio, double glazed leaded window to the side and access to the dressing room leaded window to the front and a radiator.
Double glazed leaded window to the front, fitted wardrobes with hanging and shelving space and a door to.
Double glazed obscure leaded window to the front and fitted with a white four piece suite which includes a pedestal sink, close coupled W.C, panelled bath and shower cubicle and fully tiled walls and floors
Double glazed leaded window to the rear, sliding mirrored wardrobes with hanging and shelving space, dado rail and a radiator.
Double glazed window to the front and a radiator.
Double glazed window to the rear and a radiator.
The main living room is partially split in two by the fireplace which has a brick chimney and inset wood burner, there are double glazed sliding patio doors leading to the rear patio, T.V point, further double glazed leaded window to the front and doors to the hallway and kitchen.
The large kitchen runs the width of the property and is fitted with a range of wall and base units along both sides of the room with roll edge work tops and exposed ceiling beams. There is a stainless steel sink unit and drainer with mixer taps, built in appliances which include a dishwasher and fridge with separate freezer and ceramic hob with extractor hood over, an ESSE oven built into the brick chimney recess, a cupboard housing the floor mounted boiler and flag stone flooring. Double glazed sliding patio door to the rear give access to the patio and the glorious views, a double glazed leaded window to the front and a door to the side leads to the side patio.
Detached double garage
The useful double garage has a pitched roof which offers huge storage space, a courtesy door to the side, double glazed windows to the side and rear, Belfast sink and an enclosed W.C as well as two single up and over doors, power and light.
The property is located behind a set of large solid double gates and with hedgerow making the garden very secure and private. To the front it is largely laid to gravel which will provide a large amount of additional parking and leads to the double garage. A gravel drive to the side of the garage leads to the end of the garden and second set of gates with access back onto Beech Road.
The rear garden is the real jewel in the crown of this property with literally a one hundred and eighty degree view across the Bybrook Valley looking toward the village of Colerne. The stunning views can be admired from the large patio accessed from the property itself and summer evenings can be enjoyed from here as the sun will set behind the property bathing the patio in the evening sunshine. The rear garden slopes away from the property and steps lead to a large lawned area with a large arrangement of established bushes shrubs and trees, this area of lawn extends to the side of the property. In addition there is a large raised pond which is now empty