3 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Coppice Hill, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, BA15

3 Bedroom Detached House - £900,000

Coppice Hill, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, BA15

First listed on: 15th July 2020

Nearest stations: Bradford-on-Avon (0.2 mi)Avoncliff (1.4 mi)Trowbridge (2.5 mi)Melksham (5 mi)Bath Spa (5.1 mi)

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Property Features

  • Virtual Tour Available
  • Many Period Features
  • Flexible Layout
  • Unique Home
  • No Onward Chain

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

This fabulous Grade II Listed school to the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is now available with no onward chain. Superbly updated with fine attention to detail, the presentation combines sleek modern designs with the inherent period character. The Georgian house offers great flexibility with accommodation arranged over three floors including an ingeniously divided lower floor with external access and a large store room/workshop. A central main hall has limestone tiled floor which opens into a part vaulted reception room with three arched Georgian windows to the front and a wood burner within the snug area below the mezzanine upper floor with painted floorboards. On the opposite side of the hall is a matching room with modern kitchen fittings and island unit, an induction range and other appliances including an American style fridge freezer. A walk-in pantry adds to the space offered. Open tread wooden stairs ascend to a study with glass balustrade and oak floor and a door to the bedroom lobby. This includes the principal suite overlooking the reception room with extensive storage and luxury en-suite shower room. A guest bedroom with skylight is served by a modern shower room. The lower floor has been divided by glazed partitions and doors complimenting the tiled floor, creating a large gym area with separate laundry room and utility room. A cloakroom leads to the workshop. This could all be adapted as further bedrooms if needed.

Situation
Set in the heart of this pretty market town at the head of a no-through road, there are views across the roof tops from the elevated garden and ease of access to the many shops, boutiques and restaurants in the nearby Shambles. There are a wide selection of country and riverside walks to neighbouring villages with the Kennet & Avon Canal a short distance away. The number of quaint shops, pubs, and tea rooms in the town are too numerous to mention, but a joy to explore and find. With a mainline railway line running from Weymouth to Bath, ease of access is also provided to all major cities including Bristol and London Paddington.

Outside
The property is approached over a gently sloping paviour drive through wrought iron gates. This leads to the ornamental gardens and the original steps to the ruins of the former Wesleyan Chapel to which the property was the Sunday School. To the side is an attractive lawn surrounding a paved patio with adjacent storage shed and roof top views across the town. (It should be noted that there is a long lease for the neighbour to park to the side of the drive).

Many Period Features

Flexible Layout

Unique Home

No Onward Chain

Quality Specification

Parking and Garden

Virtual Tour Available


Additional Information
Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band F.
This fabulous Grade II Listed school to the former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is now available with no onward chain. Superbly updated with fine attention to detail, the presentation combines sleek modern designs with the inherent period character. The Georgian house offers great flexibility with accommodation arranged over three floors including an ingeniously divided lower floor with external access and a large store room/workshop. A central main hall has limestone tiled floor which opens into a part vaulted reception room with three arched Georgian windows to the front and a wood burner within the snug area below the mezzanine upper floor with painted floorboards. On the opposite side of the hall is a matching room with modern kitchen fittings and island unit, an induction range and other appliances including an American style fridge freezer. A walk-in pantry adds to the space offered. Open tread wooden stairs ascend to a study with glass balustrade and oak floor and a door to the bedroom lobby. This includes the principal suite overlooking the reception room with extensive storage and luxury en-suite shower room. A guest bedroom with skylight is served by a modern shower room. The lower floor has been divided by glazed partitions and doors complimenting the tiled floor, creating a large gym area with separate laundry room and utility room. A cloakroom leads to the workshop. This could all be adapted as further bedrooms if needed.

Situation
Set in the heart of this pretty market town at the head of a no-through road, there are views across the roof tops from the elevated garden and ease of access to the many shops, boutiques and restaurants in the nearby Shambles. There are a wide selection of country and riverside walks to neighbouring villages with the Kennet & Avon Canal a short distance away. The number of quaint shops, pubs, and tea rooms in the town are too numerous to mention, but a joy to explore and find. With a mainline railway line running from Weymouth to Bath, ease of access is also provided to all major cities including Bristol and London Paddington.

Outside
The property is approached over a gently sloping paviour drive through wrought iron gates. This leads to the ornamental gardens and the original steps to the ruins of the former Wesleyan Chapel to which the property was the Sunday School. To the side is an attractive lawn surrounding a paved patio with adjacent storage shed and roof top views across the town. (It should be noted that there is a long lease for the neighbour to park to the side of the drive).

Many Period Features

Flexible Layout

Unique Home

No Onward Chain

Quality Specification

Parking and Garden

Virtual Tour Available


Additional Information
Services: All mains connected. Council Tax Band F.
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07/10/2020 Property listed at £900,000
16/07/2020 Property listed at £1,000,000

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32, Gay Street

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BA1 2NT

Telephone: See phone number 01225312244

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32, Gay Street

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BA1 2NT

Telephone: See phone number 01225312244

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