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Church Street, Maiden Bradley, Warminster - £395,000 For Sale


Property Details

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A most wonderful chance to purchase an enchanting detached character cottage presented to the market with the bonus of no onward chain. This delightful home sits well back from the road, boasting some lovely views over open countryside and offers flexible room usage arranged over three floors. The cottage has been the very much loved home of our seller for the last sixteen years during this time it has been extremely well maintained and improved. The property oozes charm with features such as exposed ceiling beams and timbers, exposed stone walls, wonderful fireplace with Bressumer beam and multi-fuel burner, some windows with deep sills and window seat. There is also an historic sympathetic extension to the side that created a dining room, utility and a first floor bedroom. The property also benefits from oil fired central heating. 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

Timber front door opens into a useful porch with window to the side. Exposed painted stone walls. Woodblock flooring. Strip wood latch door opens to the:-

Sitting Room (4.11m''x 5.36m'' / 13'6''x 17'7'')

Two windows overlooking the garden to the front - one with seat beneath. Exposed ceiling beams. Ceiling lights. Radiator. Power and telephone points. Television connection. Brick fireplace with Bressumer beam, stone heath and multi-fuel burner. There is a further fireplace at the opposite end of the room - currently concealed by a piece of furniture. There is a wood block floor, which we believe is in good condition, beneath the carpet. Circular staircase to the first floor. Opening to the inner hall and to the:-

Kitchen (2.57m'' x 4.47m'' / 8'5'' x 14'8'')

Maximum width measurement (door available). Window to the side with deep tiled sill. Pitched roof with exposed timbers. Ceiling lights. Radiator. Oil fired central heating boiler and programmer. Power points. Some exposed stone walls. Fitted with a range of modern country style kitchen soft closing kitchen units consisting of floor cupboards with corner carousels, separate drawer unit and eye level cupboards with counter lighting under. Good amount of wood work surfaces with matching upstand. Ceramic sink with swan neck mixer tap. Space for under counter fridge and freezer. Space for slot in electric cooker with mosaic style splash back and extractor hood over. High level shelf and useful shelf to the side wall. Laminate flooring over a quarry tiled floor.

Inner Hall and Utility

Ceiling light. Timber door to the rear courtyard garden. Exposed stone walls. Opening to the dining room and to the utility room, which is fitted with a ceiling light, shelves and has space and plumbing for a washing machine. Quarry tiled floor.

Dining Room (3.28m'' x 2.74m / 10'9'' x 9')

Maximum measurements - window overlooking the front garden. Double timber stable doors opening to the side paved seating area. Exposed timbers. Wall lights. Exposed stone wall with display alcoves to either side of the doors. Radiator. Power points. Stairs rising to bedroom two.

First Floor

Bedroom Two

Stairs rise to a small landing with ceiling and wall lights. Exposed timbers. Latch door opening to the bedroom. Enjoying a double outlook with window to the front and side - both enjoying a partial rural view. Exposed timbers. Radiator. Power points. Wall shelves. Fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf. Opening to the:-

En-Suite Shower Room

Window to the rear elevation. Ceiling light. Extractor fan. Chrome heated towel rail. Low level WC. Vanity wash hand basin. Walk in tiled shower.

Landing

From the sitting room. Window with view over the front garden. Ceiling and recessed ceiling lights. Power points. Circular staircase rising to the second floor. Doors to the bathroom and to the:-

Bedroom Three (4.19m'' x 2.54m'' / 13'9'' x 8'4'')

Window with deep sill having an outlook over the front garden. Ceiling light. Radiator. Power points. Fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf. An original feature fireplace with black iron grate.

Bathroom

Window with deep sill to the rear aspect. Ceiling light. Airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. Old fashioned towel rail. Fitted with a modern suite consisting of bidet, bath with mixer tap and telephone style shower attachment, storage shelves to one, deep recess fitted with mirror and mosaic style tiled top plus mood lighting. There is also a low level WC and vanity style wash hand basin with shaver socket to the side.

Second Floor

Master Bedroom (3.56m'' x 5.03m'' / 11'8'' x 16'6'')

The top floor offers plenty of opportunity to change to meet a variety of needs. Window to the side and window to the rear boasting some delightful views over the countryside. Some exposed painted brick walls. Ceiling lights. Radiator. Power, telephone and television points. Built in storage cupboard and cupboard housing the water tank. Opens to a further area with fitted wardrobe and leads to:-

Study/Bedroom Four (3.56m'' x 3.45m'' / 11'8'' x 11'4'')

Potential to develop into an en-suite or bedroom four. Enjoying a double outlook with window to the side and to the rear with views over the adjoining countryside. Exposed brick wall and timbers. Wall shelves. Radiator. Power points. Built in large blanket box.

Outside

Garage and Parking (4.47m'' x 4.04m'' / 14'8'' x 13'3'')

Measurement excludes the log store. The garage is located to the rear of the property where there is parking for two cars in front of the double garage doors. The garage has light and power, log store and houses the oil tank. A pull down ladder provides access to the loft space. A door to the rear opens to the courtyard to the back of the cottage.

Garden

The front of the property is approached from Church Street via a timber gate opening to a path that leads in front of a pair of cottages to the property's gate. This opens to a path leading to the front door. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn, bordered by shrub and flower beds. To one side of the cottage there is a paved seating area. The rear courtyard is paved with a raised bed planted with a variety of shrubs and flowers. There is a door to the garage and to the cottage. The gardens enjoy a sunny and private aspect.

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 and just after the second one and after the right turn to The Deverills the property will be found on the right hand side - set back from the road.