Park Lane, Seend Cleeve, Wiltshire

£750,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
**4 Double Bedrooms** 3 Refitted Ensuites & Bathroom** Views To Die For** 2 Double Garages** Stylish Renovated Interior** Built in 1986 but extensively renovated in the last 3 years by the current owners, 'Toad Hall' is a fabulous one-off home of over 2500 sqft that takes in some breathtaking panoramic views. Set in a tranquil lane of just a few homes the property is approached through double 5 bar gates opening onto a block driveway providing private parking and leading to 2 double garages with electric doors. There is an extended west-facing patio sun terrace taking in glorious sunsets and the far-reaching vista towards Colerne. A tiered lawn with established flower beds descends to 2 further patios, a summer house and quality sheds. There is also a wood store behind the house and a purpose made dog shower! Inside the house a large hallway with study area has an oak staircase to the first floor and Spanish floor tiles running through to a dual aspect sitting room with contemporary 'Jotul' log burner with marble grate open plan to a large dining room. The quality 'Leekes' 2-tone kitchen has Silestone worktops and an island/breakfast bar with oak counter. The kitchen is well equipped with a range of 'Neff' appliances; 2 dishwashers, 4 ring induction hob, wine chiller, American style fridge/freezer. There are 4 generous double bedrooms, 3 with en suites, a family bathroom with spa bath and additional ground floor shower room.

Situation

The house is located on the edge of Seend in the hamlet of Seend Cleeve, and enjoys fantastic far reaching countryside views. Seend Cleeve enjoys two thriving public houses and delightful walks along the canal tow path. The highly sought after Wiltshire village of Seend has a thriving community and is well known for its many fine period buildings which align the High Street. It provides a wide range of amenities including a local store/post office, a public house, Church, excellent primary school, playing field, village hall and community centre. The village is approximately 5 miles west of the historic market town of Devizes which boasts a range of facilities and there are good road links closeby (including A303/M4) to Bath, Bristol, London and the West Country.

The major cultural centres of Bath (17 miles) and Salisbury (26 miles) are very accessible which offer a wider range of amenities. Mainline railway stations with links to London can be found in Chippenham, Westbury and Pewsey. There are a number of well-respected schools in the area to include Dauntsey's, Stonar, Marlborough College and St Marys in Calne.

Property Information

Tenure= Freehold

Council Tax= Band F

EPC Rating= EER- E / EIR- D

Services= LPG central heating, under floor heating to ground floor (wet system) & electric under floor heating to bathrooms except one over garage.

Mains water, drainage & electricity.

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