Highfield House is an exceptional Grade II listed classic Georgian property in a prime position in the Wiltshire village of Semington. Constructed of Bath stone of a slate tiled roof in the late 18th century, the house has extensive accommodation over four floors.
As can be expected in these appealing classic Georgian properties, the proportions are excellent and the layout well planned. There has been considerable restoration in recent years in the house, but period features remain including period fireplaces, wooden floors and an immaculate staircase.
The ground floor is a grand reception hall, and three reception rooms including a formal drawing room, and a large kitchen/breakfast room. The lower ground floor has an excellent study/office. The first floor houses the impressive master bedroom suite, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom, and two further bedrooms on the second floor including a guest suite.
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Outside are striking formal gardens to the front and to the rear is the enclosed garden with areas of lawn and terracing, and shaped borders planted with a variety of trees, plants and shrubs.
Highfield House sits in a fantastic position within the Wiltshire village of Semington which has a well-regarded primary school, a church and a thriving pub. The nearby county town of Trowbridge is just four miles and offers further amenities. Bath is just 15 miles.
The guide price is £999,950. For further information please contact Savills on 01225 474 501 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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