Bradford Road, Trowbridge

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3

'Arundel' is a particularly attractive Edwardian detached house and on the market for only the second time in the last 50 years. As you would hope for from such an outstanding property, the house has spacious rooms throughout and retains many of the superb original features. Outside there is a detached garage/workshop in need of some attention , lots of parking for several cars and large well established gardens which are surprisingly private for a town located property.

The owners have recently obtained permission for a single storey dwelling within the garden. The permission is at 'pre-app' level and the house, garden and plot are being sold as one. Development of the plot either as an individual dwelling or an annexe to the main house will involve removing the current garage/workshop.

The house has been well maintained throughout by the present owners and as recently as 2021 the main roof was completely overhauled. The full accommodation comprises entrance lobby, entrance hall (both with amazing features), a large 24' sitting room with fireplace (this was originally two rooms), separate dining room, kitchen, a third reception room which we call the garden room which has a cloakroom/shower room off, very spacious conservatory, first floor landing, 3 double bedrooms, family bathroom and separate shower room. Approached from a fixed ladder on the landing is a large roof space providing excellent storage. The property has gas fired central heating and double glazing.

The property is located just off the town centre with easy access to the main shopping areas. The train station is literally just around the corner and St Johns, St Augustine and John of Gaunt schools are all located in nearby Wingfield Road with primary schools also being located in Brook Road and Newtown.

Trowbridge is the county town of Wiltshire found close to the western border with Somerset. On the fringe of the town centre, you find Trowbridge Town Park, a large open space with a host of activities, tree lined paths and a riverside walk to Biss Meadows Country Park. St Stephens Place provides several dining options along with a multi-screen cinema complex. There are a wide variety of historic buildings around the town along with a selection of beautiful walks nearby, including the Kennet and Avon Canal and Southwick Country Park. The town has superb transport links with Trowbridge station providing access to London as well as a short ride to the world heritage city of Bath. The A350 passes the fringe of the town, leading to the M4 via Chippenham and the A303 and A36 to the south.

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