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A charming and characterful terraced cottage in need of updating and set in the centre of the desirable village of Great Bedwyn. The cottage is delightfully quirky with a wealth of period features.
The cottage is entered via a welcoming entrance hall off which lies a cloakroom and a door to the sitting room. The sitting room has a wonderful open fireplace and windows overlooking the front. There is a door through to the dining room and stairs to the first floor. The L shaped open plan dining room has a wood burning stove as both a focal point and heat source and patio doors to the garden. The kitchen lies to the rear of the cottage and offers a range of cupboards including double oven, ample space for dining table and French doors providing access to the garden.
The first floor has two beautiful bedrooms with exposed timbers and vaulted ceilings as well as a family bathroom with separate shower.
Great Bedwyn is an attractive Wiltshire village with a good range of amenities including a general store, Post Office, bakery, primary school, doctor's surgery and a public house The Three Tuns. The village has the particular advantage of a railway station (0.2 of a mile) with services to London Paddington. The M4 motorway at junction 14 is about 10 miles to the north-east. Great Bedwyn stands in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty close to Savernake Forest and with the Kennet and Avon canal running through the village.
To the rear of the cottage there is a large patio area with an easily maintained terraced garden. There is also rear access to an area of public parking.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Electric storage heaters.
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