- Reception hall with cloakroom leading off
- Sitting room and snug both with Victorian fireplaces
- Large kitchen/breakfast room
- Beautiful light and airy dining room
- Four double bedrooms and one single
- Family bathroom
- Front, side and rear gardnes
- Parking for numerous cars
- Lot's of character;
- which include sash windows, Victorian fireplaces, wooden floorboards and plenty more
You will be enthralled when you step through the front door of this detached four/five bedroom Victorian family home. 21 Pickwick has plenty of period features that can’t be ignored, not only inside this magnificent house but outside too which include stripped pine and oak floor boards throughout, stunning original Victorian fireplaces, ornate cornicing and high ceilings, deep skirting boards and a fine original stained glass window. Other note worthy features include original panelled doors, sash windows and the ‘piece de resistance’ are the servants bells which still hang in the hall way and the sitting room. The light and spacious accommodation is arranged over two floors; reception hall with stripped pine wood floor and cloakroom leading off, sitting room with a fine Victorian fireplace with an ornate surround. Ceiling rose. Large modern recently fitted kitchen/breakfast room with shaker style wall and base units and a mix of oak and contrasting granite work surfaces, integrated fridge/freezers, and space for a Range cooker. Snug with a Victorian fireplace with original cupboards to either side, and a lovely light and spacious dining room with oak floor. On the first floor is the master bedroom, bedroom two with an original plate rail all with Victorian fireplaces, bedroom three with picture rail, bedroom four and guest bedroom with wash hand basin and a family bathroom with pine floorboards, panelled bath, W.C. wash hand basin and separate double shower cubicle. Step back in time outside and stand where the old laundry used to be. The old copper is still standing with its fireplace below. You can still see the spaces in the stone wall where the roof beams used to be attached and to the side is the old privy! The lawned garden to the rear is surrounded by stone walling and has apple trees and shrubs making it private. The front is also lawned with a vegetable patch. There are two useful sheds and on drive parking for numerous cars, a rarity for Corsham. The house is further warmed by electric off peak heating. An internal viewing is a must!
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