A charming detached "Colonial-style" bungalow, presumed constructed in the 1930s and situated in an elevated location, well screened by mature trees with generous parking, garden and paddock together with stables and some dilapidated buildings, but situated in a wonderful rural location with views across fields and offering great scope for modernisation/improvement/extension, or possible replacement dwelling subject to planning permission.
In all, the property occupies just under two acres and would make a wonderful family home in a highly prized location.
Hallway with access to roof. Bedroom One with fireplace. Bedroom Two with fireplace. Sitting room with large wood-burning stove, full height glazed window. Dining room/bedroom three with fireplace. Shower room with w.c., basin and shower. Kitchen with sink and units. Rear porch.
The property is to be sold by informal tender and interested parties should state the price they are prepared to pay in writing by the closing date of Tuesday 5th February 2013 at 12 noon.
To make an offer, applicants should state whether or not the transaction would be related to the sale of another property, how much they are prepared to pay for it and what financial arrangements have been made to facilitate the purchase. It is not expected that the successful applicant will wish to reopen negotiations following agreement to purchase and interested parties are welcome to survey/inspect the property prior to the closing date.
The vendor reserves the right to accept or reject any offer as they see fit. Once solicitors have been instructed in the sale, the successful applicants will be expected to exchange contracts within three weeks, failing which the vendor reserves the right to withdraw from the sale.
The house sits well back from the road in a screened location surrounded by mature trees, shrubs and plants with generous parking and outbuildings. Adjoining is a paddock with stables and some dilapidated outbuildings - in all the property amounts to just under two acres.
From Devizes proceed on the A342 Andover road for approximately four miles, turning right at Lydeway towards Urchfont. At the next T junction turn right on to the B3098 and proceed for a further two miles to Eastcott, where the property will be found being the first on the right immediately adjoining the 40mph sign.
The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fitting or services and so cannot verify they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked the legal documents to verify the tenure of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor and surveyor. All photographs are taken using a camera with either a wide angle or zoom lens. Floor plans are not to scale and the accuracy of measurements is not guaranteed.