High Street, Chapmanslade, Westbury
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Property Summary*A substantial and individual detached bungalow situated within large south facing gardens with far reaching views* Three bedroom accommodation (with the option to create four bedrooms) two reception rooms including a large living room*Ample parking and driveway*No onward chain
*A substantial and individual detached bungalow situated within large south facing gardens with far reaching views* Three bedroom accommodation (with the option to create four bedrooms) two reception rooms including a large living room*Ample parking and driveway*No onward chain
ENTRANCE HALL, CLOAKROOM, SHOWER ROOM,DINING ROOM, FITTED KITCHEN WITH INTEGRATED APPLIANCES, LARGE LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM ONE (FORMALLY TWO BEDROOMS AND WITH TWO DOORS LEADING ONTO THE LIVING ROOM) WITH FAR REACHING VIEWS TOWARDS LONGLEAT.
The property lies within the village of Chapmanslade which has a pub, primary school and village hall. The towns of Westbury, Warminster and Frome are all within a six mile radius.The village is approximately 1 mile from the A36 which provides an easy commute to Bath (14 miles) Open countryside lies close at hand and the acclaimed Longleat Estate is only a few miles away.
This individual detached bungalow was originally built with four bedrooms and the main bedroom (which was previously divided to create the four bedrooms) has two doors both leading into the living room and extensive built-in wardrobes to one wall. The property has upvc sealed double glazed windows, oil fired central heating to radiators via a Grant boiler which was installed approximately 3 years ago and cavity wall insulation. Tucked away just off the High Street the property has an area of hardstanding, driveway and turning area leading to a generous sized single garage. A particular feature of the property is the well stocked and generous sized gardens which is situated mainly to the south of the bungalow and from which far reaching views may be enjoyed across Corsley and the Longleat Estate.
Accommodation: All dimensions being approximate.
With a part obscure sealed double glazed front door, single radiator, cloaks cupboard and:
With a white suite comprising a low level WC and an obscure double glazed window.
With a white suite comprising, wash basin, low level WC, walk-in shower enclosure with a wall mounted electric shower, chrome finish towel rail/radiator, tiled floor and ceramic wall tiling and under floor heating. Obscure double glazed window to the side elevation.
12'x8' (3.66m x 2.44m) With a single radiator, double glazed window to the rear and access through to:
12'x9' (3.66m x 2.74m) With a further radiator and comprehensive range of white finish fitted units with contrasting granite effect work surfaces comprising a stainless steel double drainer sink with adjacent work surfaces, drawers and cupboards beneath and incorporating an integrated fridge and freezer, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine, integrated electric fan assisted double oven and ceramic hob. Range of eye level cupboard units incorporating an extractor hood. Ceramic tiled floor and double glazed window to the rear elevation. Half obscure double glazed door to the side.
19'10"x16' (6.05m x 4.88m) With two single radiators and an additional double radiator, large double glazed sliding patio doors onto the rear garden. Two doors through to:
19'10"x12'1" (6.05m x 3.68m) With built-in wardrobes to one wall, double glazed windows to the side elevations and two single radiators. (These rooms could easily be divided to create double sized bedrooms each with a separate access) measuring 12'x9'10" (3.66m x 3m) per room.
10'x11'10" (3.05m x 3.61m) With a double glazed window to the rear and built-in bedroom furniture incorporating space for a double bed with bedside cabinets, wardrobes and cupboards above and a dressing table.
10'x7'6" (3.05m x 2.29m) With a single radiator and double glazed window to the side elevation.
The property is approached is approached via a tarmaced driveway with parking to one side and access to the left hand side of the property where there is parking and turning area and access to the:
20'x9' (6.1m x 2.74m) With a metal up and over door, power and light connected, an obscure double glazed window and housing a Grant oil fired boiler with pressurised hot water cylinder supplying domestic hot water and central heating to radiators.
The gardens are a particular feature of the property being approximately 80' (24.38m) in width by approximately 100' (30.48m) comprising a concrete pathway and steps immediately to the rear beyond which there are areas laid mainly to lawn with flower borders, shrubs and bushes, a pond and lower lawned area. The garden enjoys a southerly aspect and affords a good degree of privacy.
From our offices in the Market Place proceed to the top of North Parade bearing right into Berkley Road at the traffic lights carry across and into Clink, take the turning right at the T-junction towards Berkley right again and then left towards Chapmanslade, proceed into the village and take a turning immediately after the pub into a small driveway where the property will be found.
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