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Martins Road, Keevil, Trowbridge, BA14

4 bedroom house in Keevil

Guide price £475,000 Freehold

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With four bedrooms, two reception rooms, a cottage garden and study, this peaceful thatched village property is a little slice of England combining history and modernity to pleasing effect.

Stocks Cottage is an extended village property, recently thatched and beautifully presented. Dating back, at its heart to the 18th century and filled with character, the current owners have refurbished and improved the house which incorporates a sunny double aspect summer drawing room and a cosy winter sitting room complete with fire.

The accommodation is built on three sides around a pretty cottage garden, thoughtfully planted and extremely private. For those seeking a quiet refuge, the study is separated from the main house and overlooks the herbacious borders and mature wisteria.

At a glance
Downstairs:
high ceilinged entrance hall
double aspect drawing room
wc / shower room
sitting room
kitchen / breakfast room with Esse
bedroom four

Upstairs:
landing study area
three bedrooms
family bathroom

Outside:
garage
study
enclosed rear garden
low wall enclosing borders to the front

Oil fired central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity
Wiltshire Council Tax Band E
EPC Band E

Directions
From the Market Place in Devizes, leave on the A361 heading towards Bath and down Caen Hill to the traffic lights. Turn left here towards Seend and Trowbridge (A361) and up the hill, straight through the village and down through the hairpin bend. Go over the Semington Brook bridge and take the next turning on the left. Follow the lane around to Keevil and onto the Main Street. Martins Road is the first turning on the left and Stocks Cottage will be found on the right hand side.

Location
Keevil is a small village with a really good sense of community. Quietly located away from busy main roads and with far reaching views over the local countryside, it is rural without being isolated.

The local catchment school is the Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ Keevil Church of England Primary School and the property is within easy reach of St. Margaret’s and St. Mary’s Calne, Stonar, Warminster and Dauntsey’s Schools. It is just five miles from both Trowbridge and Melksham and seven miles from the market town of Devizes.

These towns offer a range of comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities including a new multiplex cinema at Trowbride, supermarkets such as Waitrose and Sainsbury in Melksham and a bustling weekly produce and antiques market in Devizes.

Locally there are some very pleasant village pubs in the nearby villages of Steeple Ashton, Semington and Bulkington. There are mainline stations at Westbury (8 miles) and Chippenham (13 miles) running regular trains to London (Paddington is just over an hour away). The area is ideally situated for a range of leisure pursuits including walking, riding and cycling.

Inside Devizes

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In the area

"Sitting between Salisbury Plain and the Vale of Pewsey, Devizes is a pretty market town offering beautiful Georgian architecture, tranquility and a friendly community feel. With so much going on in the town there is something for everyone, including the amazing Devizes Arts Festival starting in June, many outdoor celebratory arts events such as the amazing confetti battle, street carnival, street performing arts and many more. Devizes has a beautiful Art Deco cinema which features all the latest live streamings from the National Theatre and Royal Opera House, as well as an Amateur Theatre situated on the edge of the canal at Devizes Wharf. There are many walks along the canal as well as in community woodland, all within a few minutes' walk of the centre. With good transport links and rail stations within a 20 minute drive, Devizes is accessible for all."

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With four bedrooms, two reception rooms, a cottage garden and study, this peaceful thatched village property is a little slice of England combining history and modernity to pleasing effect.

Stocks Cottage is an extended village property, recently thatched and beautifully presented. Dating back, at its heart to the 18th century and filled with character, the current owners have refurbished and improved the house which incorporates a sunny double aspect summer drawing room and a cosy winter sitting room complete with fire.

The accommodation is built on three sides around a pretty cottage garden, thoughtfully planted and extremely private. For those seeking a quiet refuge, the study is separated from the main house and overlooks the herbacious borders and mature wisteria.

At a glance
Downstairs:
high ceilinged entrance hall
double aspect drawing room
wc / shower room
sitting room
kitchen / breakfast room with Esse
bedroom four

Upstairs:
landing study area
three bedrooms
family bathroom

Outside:
garage
study
enclosed rear garden
low wall enclosing borders to the front

Oil fired central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity
Wiltshire Council Tax Band E
EPC Band E

Directions
From the Market Place in Devizes, leave on the A361 heading towards Bath and down Caen Hill to the traffic lights. Turn left here towards Seend and Trowbridge (A361) and up the hill, straight through the village and down through the hairpin bend. Go over the Semington Brook bridge and take the next turning on the left. Follow the lane around to Keevil and onto the Main Street. Martins Road is the first turning on the left and Stocks Cottage will be found on the right hand side.

Location
Keevil is a small village with a really good sense of community. Quietly located away from busy main roads and with far reaching views over the local countryside, it is rural without being isolated.

The local catchment school is the Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ Keevil Church of England Primary School and the property is within easy reach of St. Margaret’s and St. Mary’s Calne, Stonar, Warminster and Dauntsey’s Schools. It is just five miles from both Trowbridge and Melksham and seven miles from the market town of Devizes.

These towns offer a range of comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities including a new multiplex cinema at Trowbride, supermarkets such as Waitrose and Sainsbury in Melksham and a bustling weekly produce and antiques market in Devizes.

Locally there are some very pleasant village pubs in the nearby villages of Steeple Ashton, Semington and Bulkington. There are mainline stations at Westbury (8 miles) and Chippenham (13 miles) running regular trains to London (Paddington is just over an hour away). The area is ideally situated for a range of leisure pursuits including walking, riding and cycling.

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  • Trowbridge
  • Westbury (Wilts)

"Sitting between Salisbury Plain and the Vale of Pewsey, Devizes is a pretty market town offering beautiful Georgian architecture, tranquility and a friendly community feel. With so much going on in the town there is something for everyone, including the amazing Devizes Arts Festival starting in June, many outdoor celebratory arts events such as the amazing confetti battle, street carnival, street performing arts and many more. Devizes has a beautiful Art Deco cinema which features all the latest live streamings from the National Theatre and Royal Opera House, as well as an Amateur Theatre situated on the edge of the canal at Devizes Wharf. There are many walks along the canal as well as in community woodland, all within a few minutes' walk of the centre. With good transport links and rail stations within a 20 minute drive, Devizes is accessible for all."

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