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Great Hinton, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14

4 bedroom house in Trowbridge

Guide price £645,000 Freehold

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Norton House is a beautifully refurbished Grade II listed house in the heart of the popular village of Great Hinton. A beautifully proportioned, detached property with lots of adaptable space, character and charm. Outside are attractive gardens, off-road parking and a garage.

Norton House is a beautiful, Grade II listed, detached double fronted property with many period features. Previously featured as a Daily Telegraph 'house of the week' it has been recently upgraded and renovated to a high standard and provides a versatile and spacious family home.

With a rich past, dating back to the 17th century and subsequently extended over the centuries; its history includes time spent as a boarding school for boys and as the village bakery, but in its latest re-incarnation as a family home the present owner has spent a great deal of time and effort ensuring that the refurbishment has been done with both taste and a sympathetic approach to retain all the original charm and character.

Roaring fires and a brand new AGA all add to the warmth and comfort of this cosy and adaptable home.

AT A GLANCE
• Double reception/Drawing room
• Kitchen/Dining room
• Sitting room/Bedroom 4
• Study
• Utility room
• Shower room
• Boot room

Upstairs
• Master bedroom
• Double bedroom with ensuite dressing area
• A further double bedroom
• Large landing
• Family bathroom
• Attic room

SERVICES
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Oil fired central heating.
Council Tax Band F
EPC Exempt (Grade II listed)

OUTSIDE
Outside, a large and very private garden is laid to lawn with fruit trees, a pond, and established beds all skirted with a trickling brook, making you feel like you are on your own secluded island! There is a garage and parking for three further vehicles, an outside store room and an old stable in need of refurbishment.

Directions
From the Market Place in Devizes, head in the direction of Trowbridge and drive down Caen Hill. At the traffic lights turn left and continue up the hill through the village of Seend. Out on the other side, go through the wiggle bends over the river and to the Lamb on the Strand Inn on the right. Take the spur road off to the left straight away, sign-posted Great Hinton. Follow the road into the village and Norton House will be found on your right hand side.

Location
Great Hinton is a pretty hamlet just four miles from the Wiltshire County town of Trowbridge. 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, Warminster and Dauntsey's Schools. Trowbridge also has an excellent variety of schooling, large supermarkets, a leisure and entertainment complex and railway station. Seven miles in the other direction is the market town of Devizes which has a thriving weekly produce and antiques market and several independent shops and restaurants.

Locally there are some very pleasant village pubs in the nearby villages of Steeple Ashton, Seend Cleeve and Bulkington. There are mainline stations at Westbury (7 miles) and Chippenham (11 miles) running regular trains to London. The area is ideally situated for a range of leisure pursuits including walking, riding and cycling.

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"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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Norton House is a beautifully refurbished Grade II listed house in the heart of the popular village of Great Hinton. A beautifully proportioned, detached property with lots of adaptable space, character and charm. Outside are attractive gardens, off-road parking and a garage.

Norton House is a beautiful, Grade II listed, detached double fronted property with many period features. Previously featured as a Daily Telegraph 'house of the week' it has been recently upgraded and renovated to a high standard and provides a versatile and spacious family home.

With a rich past, dating back to the 17th century and subsequently extended over the centuries; its history includes time spent as a boarding school for boys and as the village bakery, but in its latest re-incarnation as a family home the present owner has spent a great deal of time and effort ensuring that the refurbishment has been done with both taste and a sympathetic approach to retain all the original charm and character.

Roaring fires and a brand new AGA all add to the warmth and comfort of this cosy and adaptable home.

AT A GLANCE
• Double reception/Drawing room
• Kitchen/Dining room
• Sitting room/Bedroom 4
• Study
• Utility room
• Shower room
• Boot room

Upstairs
• Master bedroom
• Double bedroom with ensuite dressing area
• A further double bedroom
• Large landing
• Family bathroom
• Attic room

SERVICES
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Oil fired central heating.
Council Tax Band F
EPC Exempt (Grade II listed)

OUTSIDE
Outside, a large and very private garden is laid to lawn with fruit trees, a pond, and established beds all skirted with a trickling brook, making you feel like you are on your own secluded island! There is a garage and parking for three further vehicles, an outside store room and an old stable in need of refurbishment.

Directions
From the Market Place in Devizes, head in the direction of Trowbridge and drive down Caen Hill. At the traffic lights turn left and continue up the hill through the village of Seend. Out on the other side, go through the wiggle bends over the river and to the Lamb on the Strand Inn on the right. Take the spur road off to the left straight away, sign-posted Great Hinton. Follow the road into the village and Norton House will be found on your right hand side.

Location
Great Hinton is a pretty hamlet just four miles from the Wiltshire County town of Trowbridge. 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, Warminster and Dauntsey's Schools. Trowbridge also has an excellent variety of schooling, large supermarkets, a leisure and entertainment complex and railway station. Seven miles in the other direction is the market town of Devizes which has a thriving weekly produce and antiques market and several independent shops and restaurants.

Locally there are some very pleasant village pubs in the nearby villages of Steeple Ashton, Seend Cleeve and Bulkington. There are mainline stations at Westbury (7 miles) and Chippenham (11 miles) running regular trains to London. The area is ideally situated for a range of leisure pursuits including walking, riding and cycling.

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"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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