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4 bedroom terraced house for sale
THE LYNEHAM ( Plot 22) at Chapel Court, Preston Lane, Lyneham, SN15
- Choice of kitchen units/worktop (subject to build stage)
- Comtemporary Style Sanitaryware (Alto)
- Choice of wall tiling (subject to build stage) to WC, Ensuite and Bathroom
- Pre-wired for Digital TV
- Brass Effect Ironmongery
- Smooth Finish Ceilings
- Stainless Steel Electrolux Single Oven
- Stainless Steel Gas Hob
- Stainless Steel Chimney Cooker Hood & Splashback
- 10 Year NHBC Buildmark Cover
A four bedroom house with lounge/dining room, kitchen and cloakroom to ground floor and bedroom 1 with en-suite, 3 further bedrooms and bathroom to first floor.
This plot has the bonus of:-
* Flooring throughout
* Turf to rear garden
Kitchen: 4.00 x 2.54m (131 x 84)
Lounge/Dining: 4.93 x 5.56m (162 x 183)
Bedroom 1: 3.89 x 2.65m (129 x 88)
Bedroom 2: 3.87max x 2.65m max (128max x 88max)
Bedroom 3: 2.63 x 2.85m (87 x 94)
Bedroom 4: 2.01 x 2.85m (67 x 94)
Located in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, Chapel Court is a new exclusive development in the historic town of Lyneham, offering a choice of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes.
Lyneham is situated in the peaceful and scenic county of Wiltshire. The village lies in the north western part of the county, among the undulating hills, just north of the escarpment of the Marlborough Downs.
The area has always been agricultural, with farms scattered around the hamlet responsible for working the land. In earlier times the land had belonged to the priory at Bradenstoke- Cum-Clack, on the north edge of the area, and was a centre for the growing of flax. Indeed, the name of the village of Lyneham comes from this crop; it means Linen Ham, the place where flax is grown.
In the first part of the 20th century most of the village population worked in local pursuits such as agriculture or the sawmills, some went to work for the Great Western Railway in Swindon, and others went down to Calne to work for the Harris bacon factory. However, more recently Lyneham has been associated with the Royal Air Force. Spread across 1800 acres, RAF Lyneham has been the home of United Kingdom military air transport operations since March 1943 and is one of the largest and busiest operational stations in the RAF. However, 2012 is expected to see the closure of RAF Lyneham and the relocation of assets to RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.
Travel a short distance from Lyneham and you will find some of the most breathtaking
scenery to be found in England. Stunning views, countless things to do and experience, all add up to an amazing range of opportunities in the fantastic county of Wiltshire.
There are some 4000 miles of pathways including the famous Ridgeway Walk as well as the Kennet and Avon Canal. The Wansdyke Path from Marlborough to Morgans Hill and the Tan Hill Way also offer some beautiful
and remote walks. Just north of Lyneham, The Cotswold Water Park provides facilities for sailing, windsurfing, water skiing, power boating and angling while the local area also boasts 11 golf courses, riding stables and hang gliding schools.
Other notable places to visit are Avebury and Stonehenge, the city of Bath, Longleat House and Safari Park and the Great Western Railway Museum in Swindon.
Lyneham is very accessible to many of the neighbouring towns of Chippenham, Calne, Swindon and Wootton Bassett and with the M4 less than 7 miles away the rest of the UK is also quickly within reach.