Netherstreet, Bromham

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4

'Orchardlea' is a beautifully presented detached family home set in a fabulous location with enviable far reaching views up to the historic Roundway Hill.

Built in 1978 and extended to the rear, this individual property has been lovingly maintained and improved in recent years. Internally the house offers light and airy accommodation. An entrance hall has glass panelled doors into a dining room to one side and another into the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen with tiled floor, has granite effect worktops and an extensive range of quality integrated appliances to include a fridge and freezer, Neff electric double oven and induction hob, a washing machine and dishwasher. There is a refitted downstairs cloakroom and a spacious sitting room with a 'Minster' style stone fireplace with an open fire and an opening into a delightful garden room with incredible views down the garden and beyond as well as French doors onto the garden. On the first floor there is access up to a large loft space with scope for conversion (subject to buildings regs). There are four good sized bedrooms with two benefitting from fitted wardrobes and the master bedroom having a modern en suite shower room. The refitted family bathroom has fully tiled walls and a 'P' shaped bath with a glass screen and mixer shower. Externally, a driveway provided off road parking for a good number of cars and leads up to a detached double garage. One section of the garage has been turned into a gym area (but could be reinstated if one preferred). There is a front lawn and a generous level rear garden that has been well maintained with a lawn, established shrubs, a patio sun terrace and a summerhouse at the far end taking in the superb vista of Roundway Hill.


The property has exceptional views of the famous Roundway Hill where historically The Cavaliers and The Roundheads fought against each other at The Battle of Roundway. Bromham is a popular village with a thriving community. Local facilities include a primary school, a public house, a butchers, post office 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: Band F

EPC Rating: D

Services: Oil fired central heating. Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected.

01380 698006

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