Lackham Park Estate, Lacock, Wiltshire, SN15


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  • Bedrooms: 2
Front Lodge is a characterful blank canvas offering a great opportunity to put your own stamp on a property without taking on a complete renovation project. Good-sized living accommodation and bedrooms feel extra large thanks to the light flooding in through the leaded windows. With the right touch it could be a truly unique

and special home.

Under the tiled veranda, the front door opens into the good-sized, almost square sitting room. To the right a door leads through into the dining room which has a fireplace craving a beautiful surround to really make the room. At the rear of the sitting room is a door through to the breakfast room and adjoining kitchen.

From the breakfast room, stairs rise to the first floor (there is a large understairs storage cupboard) and a door opens to the smartly finished shower room, with its large walk-in

shower and further storage. The compact kitchen has fitted units, attractive tiling that runs through to the breakfast room, and access to the garden at the side.

Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, the larger of which has a fireplace, and a loft storage area.


To the side of the property, up a few steps, is a private, enclosed lawned garden surrounded by mature trees. Access to the property is from the main A-road gate and the property has a right of way over the driveway, which belongs to the college.


Mains water and electricity. Private Cesspit

Drainage. Gas Fired Central Heating.

Lacock village, approximately 2 miles away, is set in rural Wiltshire and is mentioned in the Domesday book. Now owned and managed by the National Trust, Lacock dates from the 13th century and has been beautifully preserved

since it was a thriving township that traded in wool. With its picturesque streets and historic buildings, the village has recently become a popular TV and film location. There are various shops and pubs in the village for day-today

needs, while a more comprehensive range of amenities are available in Chippenham, approximately 5.4 miles to the north. These include various schools, a leisure centre,

comprehensive shopping facilities and a mainline rail service to London Paddington (journey time from 69 minutes) and Bath Spa station (journey time from 10 minutes). The World Heritage city of Bath, famed for its Roman heritage and Georgian architecture, is approximately 16 miles west and offers a wide variety of cultural, leisure, sports and shopping facilities. Junction 17 of the M4 is within 10 miles of the property.

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