Guide price £750,000

4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Low Road, Little Cheverell, SN10

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About this property

A pretty, deceptively spacious attached period brick built cottage with plenty of charm and character, landscaped gardens and set in a tranquil spot off a quiet lane.

The cottage has been sympathetically modernised whilst retaining a wealth of period features and is presented to a high standard throughout. Of particular note is the kitchen/breakfast room; this is a light and airy triple aspect room which enjoys a vaulted ceiling and is fitted with a good range of bespoke cupboards, granite worktops, Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher and space for fridge/freezer. The stable door is a real asset in warmer months. There a spacious utility room is the perfect place for all of your white goods. Leading on from the generous entrance hall, and into the original part of the property, is a dual aspect dining room which in turn leads to the sitting room. This spacious reception room has an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and bread oven, a cosy space for those colder months. A door opens onto the garden. The first floor is accessed via two separate staircases where there are four bedrooms with stripped timber floors, neutral décor and two stylishly designed bathrooms. In all this is a subtly striking home offering good, versatile accommodation which has been tastefully appointed in this semi- rural location.

The Old Laundry Cottage overlooks fields to the south and is bordered by a chalk stream all of which is set off a quiet single track towards the northern end of the village. The cottage has gravelled off street parking and an attractive south facing garden mainly to lawn with mature trees, herbaceous borders and fruit trees. There is a good sized sun terrace immediately adjoining the property ideal for outside entertaining. In addition both a timber shed and external brick built store provide useful storage.

The village of Little Cheverell benefits from a church and is an active, thriving village community which offers a variety of village activities for all. The nearby village of Great Cheverell (approximately 1 mile) has a post office, general stores, a public house, a primary school, rated ‘Outstanding, by OFSTED and a nursery school. A further range of amenities including schools (Dauntseys) can be found in nearby West Lavington. The handsome Georgian market town of Devizes lies 5 miles to the north and has a good range of amenities. Westbury (about 6 miles) and Pewsey (about 13 miles) provide rail services to London Paddington. Access to the M4 at Junction 17 (Chippenham) is approximately 13 miles to the North. The cultural centres of Bath and Salisbury are within a 25 mile radius and Salisbury offers a rail service to London Waterloo. The A303 (M3) is about 10 miles to the south. Little Cheverell lies on the south eastern edge of the Avon Vale with the expanse of Salisbury Plain to the south, the unspoilt nature of the surrounding countryside makes it ideal for walking, riding and other country pursuits. There are golf courses at Erlestoke, Bowood and the North Wiltshire.

Key information

Council Tax Band: E

Tenure: Freehold

Energy Performance Certificate

Energy performance certificate for Low Road, Little Cheverell, SN10
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Guide price £750,000

4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Low Road, Little Cheverell, SN10

4 Bedroom icon 2 Bathroom icon 3 Reception room icon

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