Somerbrook, Great Somerford, Wiltshire
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 1 Reception Room
4 bedroom new house for sale
- Reference Number 30093977
- Agent Strakers Malmesbury
- Agent Number 01666829292
About this property
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'Somerbrook' is a landmark collection of distinctive three, four and five bedroom homes in the highly sought after village of Great Somerford. Built to exacting standards by Stonewood Partnerships, these distinctive village-style homes are traditional in feel, yet modern in design with an abundance of light and flexible space; ideal for modern living.
At Strakers, we are delighted to offer to the market, the phase one release of 'The Hendon' which is a spacious and well appointed four bedroom detached home with contemporary yet practical design, perfect for a family. The accommodation includes a dual aspect sitting room to the front with large picture window. The kitchen/dining room to the rear is the heart of the home and offers prospective purchasers choice of finish and is highly specified inclusive of a range of integrated Neff appliances. A utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor; which incidentally enjoys underfloor heating throughout. Upstairs, four well proportioned bedrooms are complemented by a stylish family bathroom and en-suite shower room to the master. Externally, the gardens to the front are landscaped and adjoin a driveway approaching a single garage. To the rear, the south facing garden enjoys stunning view to the rear over fields being laid to lawn and fully enclosed.
Ideal For Modern Living
We invite you to make your home on this stunning stretch of countryside alongside ancient farmland that has been worked
since the 1500s. As you venture along the approach road into the development, flanked by handsomely restored farm
buildings, you'll be stepping into an idyllic rural setting that has been home to generations of farming families.
These distinctive village-style homes are traditional in feel, yet modern in design with an abundance of light and flexible
space; ideal for modern living.
The neighbourhood has been sensitively designed to mirror those in the nearby village of Great Somerford by reflecting the
same traditional exterior finishes stone, red brick and premium quality roughcast render. You'll also find the same eclectic
mix of chimneys.
Each home is surrounded by open spaces and has glorious views over countryside along with designated parking.
Nature All Around You - The Avon River
Nature is all around Somerbrook. The River Avon, home to kingfishers, egrets and trout, meanders lazily around the eastern edge of the development. Deer can often be seen in the open fields surrounding the community.
Anglers can try their luck in the River Avon, where the mayfly season each May gets the trout biting, or at the beautiful Great Somerford Lakes, where members can fish three splendid former quarries for carp, tench and roach.
The Local Area
The development borders the thriving village of Great Somerford, first recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086.
Cycle paths from Somerbrook into the village lead to the popular primary school, the busy village shop and Post Office and
the handsome 19th century Volunteer Inn, which is owned by Wiltshire brewer Arkell's. The village also boasts the beautiful 12th century Grade I listed Church of St Peter and St Paul, a lively community hub that welcomes worshippers and non worshippers to a wide range of events.
The village is the home of Britain's first allotments - given to the parish by King George III in 1809.
The whole village comes together each August for the Somerford Show. This colourful celebration of country life that
is now in its 125th year, includes horses, flowers, dogs and good food. Twice a year, in July and October, top class horse riders compete at the Dauntsey Park Horse Trials on the edge of the village.
All around Somerbrook there are family days out to enjoy. Just 11 miles down the road at the stunning Cotswold Water Park
you can stroll around 170 lakes made from former gravel pits.
The park is a haven for wildlife with more than 20,000 wintering waterbirds and 21,000 gulls making their way there every year. The lakes are also home to hordesof breeding warblers, nightingales and plovers plus otters, voles and shrews, while
the fertile meadows are perfect for bees, butterflies and rare orchids.
The park is also a vibrant hub for watersports including kayaking, waterskiing, canoeing, inflatable rides and swimming. The Cotswold Country Park and Beach even has its own stretch of golden sand for sunny days.
Swindon's Magnificent Railway Heritage
Swindon's magnificent railway heritage provides hours of fascinating entertainment just 14 miles along the M4. The STEAM museum, housed in a former Great Western Railway building, tells the story of how Isambard Kingdom Brunel changed the town forever when he brought the railway works to Swindon. With amazing exhibits, awesome steam engines and interactive exhibitions, the incredible history is brought vividly to life.
The old railway works are also home to Swindon's hugely popular Designer Outlet shopping village, which attracts visitors
from all over the world. There are more than 100 stores nestling amid the historic machinery, boasting brands including
Hugo Boss, Jaeger, John Lewis, Lacoste, Ted Baker and Tommy Hilfiger.
There are also half a dozen casual dining restaurants, play areas and regular fashion events.
On Your Doorstep
Somerbrook is just seven miles from the fast railway line to London at Chippenham, 12 miles from the station at Kemble, is just ten minutes drive from Junction 16 of the M4 and 35 minutes from the M5.
The beautiful market town of Malmesbury, home to a secondary school, a magnificent 12th century abbey, pubs, independent shops and two big supermarkets, is just ten minutes drive. The historic Roman town of Cirencester is just half an hour away. There are many shops, pubs and restaurants to explore in this delightful Cotswold gem.
The community is spoiled for country walks and just a few minutes away is the world-famous Westonbirt Arboretum, an ideal strolling and dog walking spot all year round but particularly in the autumn when it provides a breathtaking
riot of colour.
There are plenty of opportunities for cyclists to enjoy the great outdoors. Just a few minutes to the north of the development, at Somerford common, is a 35-mile section of the Wiltshire Cycleway, which runs from Malmesbury to Great Bedwyn near Marlborough.
Golfers have fabulous courses at nearby Brinkworth, Castle Combe, Chippenham, Westonbirt and Bowood.
Contemporary Living and Elegant Finishes - Key Specification (Interior)
* Choice of fitted Masterclass kitchen by Sigma3
* Choice of silestone worktop and special upstand
* Under wall unit LED lighting and special features include drawer inserts, integrated bin pull-outs, large pan drawers
* Undermount stainless steel sink with brushed steel mixer tap
* A range of integrated appliances to include:
- Induction hob
- Extractor fan
- Multifunction eye level double oven
- Wine cooler
* Plumbing and space for washing machine and tumble dryer
* Sink (where indicated)
* Engineered oak flooring throughout ground floor
* Carpet to landing and bedrooms
* White woodwork
* Brushed stainless steel ironmongery
BATHROOM / EN-SUITE
* Contemporary wall-hung Villeroy & Boch white sanitary ware
* Chrome mixer tap
* Concealed wall mounted chrome thermostatic shower with additional hand held shower head to cubicle
* Adjustable height shower mixer fitted above bath
* Porcelanosa wall and floor tiling
* Low level shower tray
* Clear glazed shower screen
* Heated towel rails
HEATING & HOT WATER
* Underfloor heating throughout ground floor
* Efficient boiler
* Contemporary style radiators to first floor
* Thermostatic control, WiFi enabled
* USB point to living space and bedrooms
* White low profile sockets and switches
* Shower socket to bathroom and en-suite
* TV point to living room and master bedroom (future ready for Sky connection)
* Mixture of LED lighting and pendants
* Contemporary style radiators to first floor
* Thermostatic control, WiFi enabled
* Network cabling to lounge, master bedroom and study (where applicable)
* Multi-point locking doors that meet Secure by Design standards
* Smoke and heat detectors
Key Specification (Exterior)
* Landscaped front gardens with feature plants and lawned areas to rear
* Slabs to pathways and patios
* Up and over garage doors, light, power and internal door (as indicated on floor plans)
* External tap
* PIR light to front entrance
* Aluminium powder coated windows with wood frames internally
For peace of mind, a 12 year structural warranty is provided.
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