Common Hill, Steeple Ashton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
A magnificent 5 bed detached 1930's family home, lovingly maintained and updated by the current owner, striking the perfect balance between contemporary and character.

Set within the popular Wiltshire village of Steeple Ashton, this attractive extended 1930's former police house sits amongst beautifully maintained gardens, approaching 1/3 of an acre. With it's impressive Wisteria draped frontage, complete with 'The Old Police House' plaque, as you enter through the front door, you are greeted with two incredibly cosy but spacious reception rooms, the family room includes an inviting multi-fuel stove, whilst the sitting room homes a 'Jetmaster' fireplace. The dining rooms sits in the centre of the home as a focal point for great entertaining, afterwards, you might like to head through to the impressive conservatory with tiled flooring, heating and double doors leading out to the garden for a night cap. Last and by no means least on the ground floor, is the incredible 27ft, triple aspect kitchen with lime stone flooring, granite work tops and a range of integrated appliances, including fridge, dishwasher, washing machine and range style cooker with 5 ring induction hob.

To the first floor, there are a total of 5 bedrooms, the master bedroom boasts a dressing room and en-suite, with underfloor heating and the best views you are likely to see in an en-suite. The refitted modern bathroom offers separate shower and bath. There is also a useful walk-in cupboard with a window on the landing. Outside you have a 31ft tandem garage with light and power, parking for 5/6 cars on the driveway and aforementioned landscaped gardens, offering fruit trees, private seating areas and a wonderful vista.


The picturesque village of Steeple Ashton has a thriving community providing playing fields, a public house/shop/post office. The village has been voted the best kept village in Wiltshire on numerous occasions. The delightful villages of Edington and Keevil are also close by. The historic market towns of Devizes, Trowbridge, Melksham and Chippenham and the cities of Bath and Salisbury are all within a 30 mile radius. Dauntsey s School, Marlborough College and St Mary's Calne are easily accessible. Communications in the area are excellent with train services to London Paddington from Chippenham, Pewsey and Westbury; fast road access to London and the West Country, Heathrow and Gatwick via the M4 to the north and the A303 to the south.

Property Information

All mains services are connected.

The property has oil fired central heating.

Council tax is band G

01380 698006

Strakers - Devizes

6 - 7 Market Place, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 1HT

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