Lower Kingsdown Road, Kingsdown, Corsham, Wiltshire, SN13 8BA | New homes for sale | Savills
295.34 sq m
Guide price £1,950,000(55,996,438 EGP)

Lower Kingsdown RoadKingsdown, Corsham, Wiltshire, SN13 8BA

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Idyllic country setting
  • Panoramic country views
  • Contemporary design and build
  • Stylish interiors
  • Off road parking
  • Gardens approaching 0.4 of an acre

An exceptional family home with bespoke interiors and panoramic views over the Bybrook valley.

About this property

  • Sky End is an exceptional modern family home situated along a no-through road in the idyllic hamlet of Kingsdown, enjoying spectacular views across the Bybrook valley and towards Bath.

    The property offers in excess of 3,100 sq ft of beautifully appointed accommodation arranged over two floors.

    The interiors boast high quality fixtures and fittings with engineered oak flooring and stone flooring inside and out from Artisans of Devizes, including the marble en suite bathroom, a bespoke limestone fire surround in the sitting room with Jet Master fireplace, and carpets from Crucial Trading. The design of the home makes most of the views with the living accommodation to the first floor and bedrooms on the lower garden level.

    On entering the property there is a spacious and welcoming entrance hallway with stairs to the lower floor, tall, vaulted ceilings, and a cloakroom, leading on to views straight through the house to the countryside beyond. Leading off the hallway is the family room, ideal for relaxing with its cosy wood burner and media wall with space for a large screen TV, and a home office/hobbies room complete with bespoke cabinetry.

    Unique glazed sliding doors open into the main living space (15.78 x 4.68m) which has 3 distinct areas sitting, dining and kitchen. Very large picture windows draw your eyes outside the wonderful surrounding countryside.
    Sliding doors open from the kitchen to the outside on warmer days; they lead to a private terrace ideal for al fresco dining and sundowners.

    The handsome kitchen is generously proportioned and benefits from a large marble island unit, prefect for the family to gather around. The dining area has ample space for a large table and picture window complete with shutters. The sitting area features a stunning fireplace and widescreen window making the most of the views. To the lower floor are the bedrooms and utility room.

    The principal bedroom features fitted wardrobes, a beautiful en suite bath and shower room and doors to a private terrace. There are three further double bedrooms, of which have access to the garden. There is also a lovely family shower room as well as separate utility room and boiler room. In addition, a private home office/ studio is accessed from the garden.

    The property enjoys gardens approaching 0.4 acres and sits on a gentle sloping plot. The rear of the house and garden is orientated south west, making for a very warm and sunny garden. Protection from the north and east is provided by ridgeline to the front of the house.

    Much care and attention has been made to landscaping both the front and rear garden. The rear garden features Bath stone terraces, well stocked flower beds, a good lawn and seating area plus a wildflower area overlooking neighbouring fields.

    To the front of the property is a parking area suitable for a number of vehicles. Steps to the front of the house as well as down the side of the property to the rear gardens. The views from terrace and rear gardens over the valley are magical and quite special.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

The views from the home are simple breath taking.

Matthew PeglerProperty agent

Local information

  • Sky End is situated in a rural position in the hamlet of Kingsdown enjoying panoramic views over the Bybrook valley back towards the Georgian city of Bath.
  • Local amenities include Kingsdown Golf Course, swimming at Ashley Wood as well as livery and stables nearby. There are a number of excellent public houses nearby including the Muddy Duck at Monkton Farleigh, the Long Arms at South Wraxall and the Fox at Broughton Gifford.
  • Extensive range of amenities for one's daily needs, including excellent schools, can be found nearby in Box (approx 2 miles), Corsham (approx 5 miles) and Bradford on Avon (approx 8 miles).
  • The World Heritage city of Bath, famed for its Roman heritage and Georgian architecture, is approximately 7 miles distant. Bath has a comprehensive range of business, education, entertainment and cultural facilities as well as a mainline rail link to Bristol (journey time approx 15 minutes) and London Paddington (journey time approx 90 minutes). Chippenham railway station is within 9 miles and also provides mainline links to Paddington and Bristol.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Bath leave the city on the A4 London Road and at the roundabout take the right hand turning signposted Chippenham A4. Continue along the dual carriageway and at the next roundabout take the third right turning, signposted Bradford on Avon, and first left into the village of Bathford. Continue through Bathford, and immediately past the Swan public house turn left, then after 100yds where road divides, turn right take the right hand turning. Follow this road along almost to the end where the property is situated on your left.
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G