Sandridge Lane, Bromham,


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4

Believed to have been built in the 1960's, the house has been extended to the rear approximately 30 years ago with a variety of other improvements made over the years. The house is finished to an impeccable standard throughout with driveway parking, larger than average garage, and a long East facing garden leading to paddock with outbuilding to the rear.

Entering through the impressive hallway and then leading onto the light and airy sitting room area with wood flooring, log burner and window facing the front of the house. The well equipped and modern kitchen with a range of units and granite work surfaces leads on from the sitting room and opening onto the dining room. The kitchen/breakfast room, installed in 2007, benefits from extra light courtesy of two sun tunnel roof lights. The dining room is complemented with stone tiled flooring, skylight to roof and French style doors onto rear garden. Bedrooms 3 & 4 are located on the ground floor, there is a separate family bathroom, a separate utility room/cloak room and a useful study room. The stone tiled flooring extends to kitchen, hallway, utility/cloak room and downstairs bathroom.

With the staircase leading up to the first floor from the sitting room, there are two double bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has en-suite bathroom and built in storage cupboards. Bedroom 2 has larger en-suite bathroom, dressing area and built in storage cupboards.

Outside the there is a larger than average garage with home office room attached to rear, log storage extending to an Easterly facing rear garden. The garden leads onto a paddock with an outbuilding in situ. The rear paddock has stunning views and offers a pleasant walk to the historical village of Lacock with the overall plot accounting for approximately an acre. To the front of the house is an abundance of parking for several cars.

List of improvements and modifications are available on request.


Bromham is a popular village with a thriving community. Local facilities include a primary school, a public house, community centre with social club, a butchers shop, village shop and a church. The historic market town of Devizes is close by providing town centre shopping, transport and leisure facilities, a cinema, theatre, museum and thriving weekly market. The Kennet and Avon canal runs through Devizes and also provides walking and fishing facilities. The major centres of Bath, Chippenham, Salisbury, Swindon and Marlborough are all within a thirty mile radius.

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold. Council Tax: F

EPC Rating: E

Services: Mains water, Mains Electricity and Private Drainage

Oil Central heating

There is a footpath to the rear of the paddock

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