Honey Glade is located in the heart of the village of Chapmanslade which offers a public house and a popular junior school. The nearby market towns of Westbury and Frome meet all day-to-day needs, as well as Westbury offering a main line rail link to London. The regional centres of Bristol, Bath and Salisbury are all within reach and offer extensive recreational, cultural and educational facilities. Sporting opportunities within the area include golf at Warminster and Orchardleigh, racing at Bath, Wincanton and Salisbury, sailing at Shearwater Lake, Longleat and rugby at Bath and Bristol.
Honey Glade is well placed for communication links, being some 21 miles from the M4 (Junction 17) and 13 miles from the A303. The mainline railway station at Westbury provides a regular service to London Paddington, the journey time taking around 85 minutes.
The Stancombe is an imaginatively designed four bedroom detached chalet bungalow with contemporary living at the heart of its design. Ground floor accommodation includes, spacious kitchen diner, separate living room and sun lounge, laundry and cloakroom. On the upper floor is the impressive principal bedroom with walk in closet and en suite shower room. There is also a forth bedroom on this floor with the remaining two bedrooms on the ground floor which share a family bathroom. Outside is a private garden, garage and off street parking.
Honey Glade, an exciting development of environmentally conscious net zero carbon emission houses and bungalows in the thriving village of Chapmanslade.
Honey Glade is a development of 43, two, three and four bedroom homes located in the rural village of Chapmanslade on the Wiltshire and Somerset boarders. Chapmanslade has excellent local amenities with the nearby bustling towns of Warminster and Frome.
Each home at Honey Glade has an exceptionally well considered specification with a true focus on sustainability and innovation. Particular highlights include fully fitted kitchens with soft close doors with a selection of upgrades also available such as Silestone worktops. Bathrooms are tiled and complete with Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware and Hanshrohe bright-ware. Elsewhere you'll find fitted wardrobes to the principal bedrooms and some homes even feature walk in closets.
Environmental credentials include air source heat pumps, substantial insulation and solar panels to ensure low running costs and a minimal impact on the wider environment. Be sure to check out the attached development brochure which further details how these beautiful Climate Considerate properties have but the lightest impact on their surroundings. Pre-wiring for electric car charging is also included ensuring homeowners are futureproofed should they purchase an electric vehicle now or further down the line.
From Bath travel south on the A36 for approximately 12 miles and once you have passed through the village of Standerwick, Chapmanslade will be sign posted to the right. Take the right turn on the A3098 into the village of Chapmanslade and the entrance to Honey Glade is located on the right hand side as you enter the village.