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High Street, Maiden Bradley, Warminster - £365,000 For Sale


Property Details

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A great chance to purchase a semi detached house set in good sized grounds that has been transformed into a fabulous family home with a rear extension that could easily provide a separate annexe, if required. The property occupies a quiet position off the main high street and backs onto open countryside with wonderful views. Over the last six years our sellers have lovingly restored and extended the property to create a stylish and flexible home that will certainly meet a number of potential buyers' needs. The property benefits from new skirting boards, bathroom suite and some updating to the electrics, as well as a rear extension that provides a combined kitchen and dining room, shower room and family room, which lends itself to a variety of usages. The property also have oil fired central heating with some under floor heating and uPVC double glazing. Although Maiden Bradley is a small village there is plenty of unity with the villagers running the community shop three days a week, which provides everyday essentials, there is also a post office for half a day, church and the local public house owned by the Duke of Somerset. Just six miles away is Warminster with more facilities and a train station.

ACCOMMODATION

Ground Floor

Porch and Entrance Hall

uPVC part glazed front door opens into a useful porch with window to the side. Recessed ceiling light. Tiled floor. Timber door with inset fan light opens into an inviting entrance hall. Window to the side aspect. Ceiling light. Radiator with cover. Part wood panelled walls. Power and telephone points. Built in display shelves. Tiled floor. Stairs rising to the first floor with storage cupboard under benefiting from window to the side, power point and tiled floor. Opening to the snug and panelled door to the:-

Sitting Room (3.53m'' x 4.24m'' / 11'7'' x 13'11'')

Window to the front overlooking the parking. Ceiling light. Radiator. Power and television points. Fireplace with stone hearth and wood burner.

Snug (2.84m'' x 3.66m / 9'4'' x 12')

Measurement plus entrance - Block glass window providing borrowed light to the side. Ceiling light. Power and television points. Oil fired Rayburn with two hot plates and choice of oven. Display shelves. Two storage cupboards. Tiled floor. Opening to the:-

Kitchen/Dining Room (4.85m'' x 2.72m'' / 15'11'' x 8'11'')

Skylight to the side elevation and window to the rear enjoying a view over the garden to the fields. Part glazed door to the side opening to the path leading to the garden. Plenty of power points. Fitted with a range of soft closing country style kitchen units consisting of floor cupboards, separate drawers and eye level cupboards. Solid wood work surfaces. Part tiled walls. One and half bowl ceramic sink and swan neck mixer tap. Space for fridge/freezer. Potential for a dishwasher. Space for range style cooker. Tiled floor with under floor heating. Opens to the:-

Inner Hall

Skylight to the side. Window to the side aspect and part glazed door opening to the front. Ceiling lights. Smoke detector. Tiled floor with under floor heating. Doors to the shower room and to the:-

Family Room/Bedroom Four (3.73m'' x 4.29m'' / 12'3'' x 14'1'')

An adaptable room that could be used as part of an annexe or summer sitting room. Window to the rear and French doors opening to the rear garden. Recessed ceiling light. Radiator. Power points.

Shower Room

Frosted window to the side elevation. Recessed ceiling lights. Chrome heated towel rail. Large tiled shower cubicle with choice of shower heads. Vanity style wash hand basin with mono tap. Low level WC with economy flush facility and concealed cistern. Part tiled walls and tiled floor.

First Floor

Landing

Stairs rise up and return to a galleried landing with enough space for study desk. Window taking in some lovely views to the side aspect. Ceiling light. Access to the loft space. Smoke detector. High level panelled doors to all rooms.

Master Bedroom (3.91m'' x 3.63m'' / 12'10'' x 11'11'')

Two windows to the front with partial rural views. Ceiling light. Two radiators. Victorian style cast iron fireplace with black grate. Power and television points.

Bedroom Two (2.79m'' x 3.58m'' / 9'2'' x 11'9'')

Maximum measurements - Window to the rear enjoying fabulous views over the rear garden and fields beyond. Ceiling light. Radiator. Power and television points. Built in storage/display shelves. Built in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf.

Bedroom Three (2.54m'' x 2.64m'' / 8'4'' x 8'8'')

window to the front with partial rural views. Ceiling light. Radiator. Power points. Fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf.

Bathroom

Frosted glazed window to the rear elevation. Chrome heated towel rail. Suite consisting of low level WC with economy flush facility, table top wash hand basin with freestanding mono tap sat on a beautiful wood surface with cupboard under and a bath with wood panelled sides and electric shower over. Mosaic style part tiled walls. High level panelled door to the airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and fitted with slatted shelf. Vinyl flooring.

Outside

Parking

To the front of the house there is a part concrete and gravelled area with space to park three to four cars. A gate to the side of the house opens to a path leading to the door to the inner hall and to the:-

Utilty/Store (3.35m x 1.35m'' / 11' x 4'5'')

Fitted with a low level WC and wash hand basin. Space and plumbing for the washing machine. Housing oil fired central heating boiler and programmer. Door to the rear garden.

Garden

The garden is about a third of an acre and currently divided into different areas. There is a paved seating area with a low stone wall retaining beds planted with a variety of shrubs and flowers and a central path leading to the shed, enclosed by a picket fence and archway to the main lawned area where there is a summerhouse, shed and further seating area. Another archway leads to an enclosed area currently used as the chicken run. There is also an outside water tap and the oil tank. The garden enjoys a sunny aspect and adjoins fields.

Directions

From the Gillingham Office

Follow the road down the High Street until you reach the junction. Turn right and as you approach the 'co-operative roundabout', take the first exit heading towards Mere. Continuing through the village of Milton on Stour. At the end of the road turn left to Stour Head and Maiden Bradley. Once at the village proceed through the calming system, past the public house and take the next turn right onto the High Street. Turn left into Frome View and bear to the right. The property is the second one from the end.