Boasting a fabulous position, just a short walk to all the village's amenities is this delightful individually designed detached chalet style home offering versatile and well proportioned accommodation. This one owner property was built in the mid 1980s and has been the very much cherished home to our selling family during this time. In recent years the property has benefited from replacement uPVC double glazed windows and doors in 2017, the combination oil fired central heating boiler was also replaced in this year and new carpets laid to the master bedroom, stairs and bedroom two and three earlier this year. This lovely comfortable home offers good sized accommodation with flexible room usage and the potential to re-create a large kitchen/dining room by removing the stud wall between the kitchen and bedroom four. There is also scope to put one's own stamp on it. A viewing is essential to appreciate this charming home and its location in Maiden Bradley. Although this 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.
Steps rise to a paved path leading the covered entrance located to the side of the property. uPVC front door with full height window to one side opens into a bright and welcoming entrance hall with skylight to the side. Ceiling lights. Central heating programmer. Radiator. Power points. Cloaks cupboard fitted with coat hooks. Linen cupboard fitted with shelves. Stairs rising to the first floor with storage cupboards under. Wood effect laminate flooring. White panelled doors to the bathroom and bedrooms two, three and four and to the:-
Sitting Room (5.89m'' x 3.45m'' / 19'4'' x 11'4'')
Full height window to the side. Wall lights. Two radiators. Power, telephone and television points. Polished stone fireplace with wood burner. Laminate flooring. White panelled door to the kitchen and three quarter glazed double doors opening to the:-
Conservatory/Dining Room (2.74m x 3.35m / 9' x 11')
Approximate measurements - Of wood effect uPVC double glazed construction with dwarf wall and part vaulted roof. Windows to the side and to the rear plus double doors opening out to the side seating area. Ceiling light. Two radiators. Tiled floor.
Kitchen (4.09m'' x 2.59m'' / 13'5'' x 8'6'')
Window to the rear and part glazed door opening to the side path, which leads to the front and to the rear. Recessed ceiling lights. Radiator. Power points. Fitted with a range of modern kitchen units consisting of floor cupboards, drawer units, bottle rack and eye level cupboards with counter lighting under. Generous amount of wood effect work surfaces. Part tiled walls. One and half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap. Space and plumbing for a washing machine. Space for a fridge/freezer. Built in eye level double electric oven with storage cupboards above and below. Ceramic hob with extractor hood above. Slate effect laminate flooring.
Bedroom Two (4.22m'' x 2.69m'' / 13'10'' x 8'10'')
Window with outlook to the front. Ceiling light. Radiator. Power, telephone and television points. Built in double wardrobe with hanging rail and shelves.
Bedroom Three (2.84m'' x 3.07m'' / 9'4'' x 10'1'')
Window overlooking the front garden. Ceiling light. Radiator. Power points. Television connection. Built in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelves.
Bedroom Four (2.46m'' x 2.59m'' / 8'1'' x 8'6'')
Boasting a double aspect with window to the front and side. Ceiling light. Radiator. Power points. Television connection.
Obscured glazed window with tiled sill to the side elevation. Recessed ceiling lights. Extractor fan. Tiled walls. Chrome heated towel rail. Fitted with a modern suite consisting of 'P' shaped bath with corner waterfall mixer tap and shower over with large square shower head and wand style shower head, low level WC with economy flush facility and pedestal wash hand basin with waterfall mono tap. Mirror fronted bathroom cabinet. High gloss tiled floor with underfloor heating.
Stairs rise up to a small landing wiht recessed ceiling light, smoke detector and storage cupboard fitted with shelves. White panelled door to the bathroom and to the:-
Master Bedroom (5.66m'' x 2.97m'' / 18'7'' x 9'9'')
Skylights to either side and window with outlook to the rear with treetop and countryside views. Some sloping ceilings. Recessed ceiling lights and wall lights. Radiator. Power, telephone and television points. Access to eaves storage. Built in double wardrobe.
Skylight to the side elevation. Some sloping ceilings. Recessed ceiling lights. Radiator. Fitted with a modern suite consisting of low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and corner bath. Wall mounted mirror fronted bathroom cabinet. Part tiled walls.
Garage and Parking
There is a stone built good sized garage with light and power. To the side of the garage and to the front of the property there parking for two cars and the oil tank. Steps rise to a path leading to the front door, gate to the rear and door to the boot room.
Garden and Boot Room
Ceiling light and access to the loft space. Fitted with a range of eye level and floor cupboards. Work surface with sink and drainer. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and housing the oil fired central heating boiler. To the side of the property there is a wrought iron gate opening to a paved path leading to the rear garden where there is decked seating area, gravelled area for ease of maintenance and a further paved area to the other side of the property and a timber shed. A gate opens to another part of the garden, which is laid to turf with a chicken run at the end. There are also double timber gates allowing access for car, trailer etc or for garden waste removal.
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. The property will be found a short distance on the right hand side.