High Street, Chapmanslade, Westbury
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Property Summary*An extremely characterful two double bedroom period cottage*Charming sitting room with a brick fireplace and wood burning stove*Kitchen/dining/family room*Ground floor cloakroom in addition to both bedrooms having en-suite facilities* Generous sized south facing rear gardens, shed/workshop, parking
*An extremely characterful two double bedroom period cottage*Charming sitting room with a brick fireplace and wood burning stove*Kitchen/dining/family room*Ground floor cloakroom in addition to both bedrooms having en-suite facilities* Generous sized south facing rear gardens, shed/workshop, parking
ENTRANCE HALL, SITTING ROOM, CLOAKROOM, KITCHEN/DINING/FAMILY ROOM, UTILITY ROOM, LANDING, MASTER BEDROOM BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE BATHROOM, SECOND FLOOR, LANDING, BEDROOM TWO WITH EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM, LARGE SOUTH FACING REAR GARDEN, SHED/WORKSHOP, CARPORT AND PARKING.
The property lies within the attractive village of Chapmanslade which has a primary school, village pub, hall and easy access onto the A36 (T) road linking Warminster (4 miles) and Bath (15 miles). The towns of Westbury and Frome both lie 4 miles to the East and West respectively.
Believed to date from the late 1700's this Grade II listed cottage was formally part of the Longleat Estate and has been sympathetically renovated to create an extremely characterful and well planned home with particular attention paid to the overall finish.To the ground floor there is a sitting room with a fireplace and wood burning stove which leads through to a large kitchen/dining/family room which has a comprehensive range of hand painted fitted units with polished granite work surfaces, a central island unit and French doors leading to a large south facing rear garden from which far reaching views maybe enjoyed towards Cley Hill, Corsley and beyond. There is a downstairs cloakroom and to the first floor a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and a second floor further double bedroom which also has en-suite facilities. The property has an electric central heating system to radiators and is in good decorative order throughout.
Accommodation: All dimensions being approximate.
With a part glazed stable door, wood floor, meters cupboards and door to:
13'2"x11'1" (4.01m x 3.38m) plus a further recess of 8'x4'10" (2.44m x 1.47m) With wooden floor boards, an open fireplace with bresumer beam, brick hearth and returns and a wood burning stove, single radiator, two multi pane windows to the front elevation, staircase rising to the first floor, understairs storage cupboard, door through to the kitchen/dining room/family room and further door to:
With a white suite comprising a low level WC with a concealed cistern, inset wash basin, single radiator, dado panelling and door to airing cupboard with a factory lagged presurrised hot water cylinder, slatted shelves and a wall mounted electric boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating to radiators.
Kitchen/Dining Room/Family Room:
24'2"x12' (7.37m x 3.66m) With a comprehensive range of hand painted framed kitchen units with polished granite work surfaces comprising a one and a half bowl stainless steel inset wash basin with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher and space for a Rangemaster electric cooker. Rangemaster extractor hood, central island unit with polished granite work surfaces, large floor standing unit incorporating a fridge and freezer, radiator within a radiator cover and with log store area, arch recess, slate tiled floor, double glazed windows to the rear and double, sealed double glazed French doors onto the rear garden. Note: The Welsh dresser and Rangemaster cooker may be available by separate negotiation. Fifteen pane glazed door to:
7'8"x6'6" (2.34m x 1.98m) With a slate floor, electric panel radiator, double glazed windows to the side and rear elevation, part glazed door to outside, work surface with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier, wall mounted glazed display cabinet.
With a single radiator, multi pane glazed window to the front elevation, staircase rising to the second floor and door to:
12'6"x13'5" (3.81m x 4.09m) With a feature brick chimney breast providing a focal point to the room, built-in double size wardrobe with fitted shelves, multi pane window with wooden window sill to the front elevation, concealed lighting, door providing access to a boarded roof storage area. Double glazed window to the rear and door through to:
With a panelled bath with adjacent ceramic wall tiling, shower attachment, pedestal wash basin, low level WC with a wooden toilet seat, part wall panelling, single radiator and double glazed window to the rear elevation.
With display niche, shelved storage cupboard and door to:
13'4"x7'10 (4.06m x 2.39m ) With a large double glazed window to the rear elevation from which far reaching views maybe enjoyed, part brick and part timber cladding, single radiator, eaves storage, built-in wardrobe with shelf and hanging rail and door to:
En-Suite Shower Room:
Comprising a tiled corner entry shower enclosure with glazed screen and thermostatic shower, low level WC, wash basin with cupboards beneath, single radiator and double glazed window to the rear. Shaver point.
The garden is a particular feature of the property measuring approximately 100' (30.48m) in length with a maximum width of 55' (16.76m) and comprising extensive area laid to lawn with a central gravelled pathway leading to a wooden shed/workshop measuring 18'x6' (5.49m x 1.83m) with power and light connected and windows to two sides beyond this is a large wooden decking area measuring approximately 35'x15' (10.67m x 4.57m) with stone walling and timber fencing. The garden has outside lighting, external power supply and enjoys a southerly aspect with views towards Cley Hill, Longleat and beyond. To the rear is a gate which leads to a gravelled area of hardstanding access via a carport which measures 16'1"x11'8" (4.9m x 3.56m) internally with power and light connected. The parking is accessed via a small private lane off the High Street.
From our offices in the Market Place proceed to the top of North Parade, turn right into Berkley Road and through the traffic lights towards Clink, proceed on this road to the T-junction turning right at the next T-junction turn right again and left at the further T-junction towards Chapmanslade and Westbury. On entering the village the property will be found on the right hand side approximately half way through the village.
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