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Sold Tarrant House, 61, The Street, Hullavington Guide Price £695,000

  • Blount & Maslin

    50 High Street, Malmesbury, Wiltshire

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Bedrooms: 5

CHARMING Grade II Listed VILLAGE HOME with a lovely garden. 5 bedrooms, dressing room, 3 bath/shower rooms - one en suite. Hall, two dual aspect reception rooms, farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, cloakroom. Double garage and ample off road parking. NO ONWARD CHAIN

Location

This historic and popular village sits on the edge of the Cotswolds in an area of great natural beauty. It has flourishing and welcoming community that offers good amenities including a 12th century church, primary school, pre-schools, play area, well stocked village store with post office, garage, mobile hairdresser, beautician, public house, coffee shop and village hall. This thriving village offers a host of lively societies and clubs providing entertainment and social events for all ages.

The school provision is excellent, including a primary school with outstanding features and international status, two pre-schools and access to locally provided wrap-around care. Hullavington also has good bus links to a number of excellent secondary schools at both Malmesbury and Chippenham.

More comprehensive amenities can be found in the market towns of Chippenham (7 miles) to the south or Malmesbury (5 miles) to the north. Fast trains operate from Chippenham to London Paddington in approximately one and a quarter hours, whilst convenient access to the M4 motorway junction 17 (3 miles south) provides fast access to Bath, Bristol, Reading and Swindon.

The Property

This charming village home is extremely well presented and Grade II Listed. It dates from the mid 17th Century and boasts many period features including a wealth of exposed beams, fireplaces and mullion windows, some with seats. The property was skilfully remodelled from a pair of cottages in 1988 and the current owners have lived here since since 1990. The principal living rooms all enjoy a dual aspect, making them unusually light and airy.

The Accommodation

The front door leads into a hall with stairs to the first floor. On the right is the dining room with a lovely bay window and beams. Double doors lead through to the sitting room which has an inglenook fireplace with bread oven, elm floor boards and a secondary front door. Left of the entrance is the farmhouse style kitchen, with ample space for a table and a good range of units with wooden work surfaces. Built-in cooker, hob and hood with space for the dishwasher and fridge, Double doors lead to a rear lobby with cloakroom off and doors leading to the terrace and garden. A further door from the kitchen leads to a utility room with butlers sink and the boiler. On the first floor is a lovely split-level landing. On the left is the dual aspect master bedroom with a built-in wardrobe, a dressing room with fitted wardrobes and chest of drawers, plus an en suite bathroom with separate shower. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom on this floor, plus two attic bedrooms with exposed trusses and a shower room.

Outside

Externally there is a gated entrance to a parking and turning area adjacent to the garage. The chiefly lawned gardens lie to the side and rear and have well stocked borders, a stone rear boundary wall, fruit trees and bushes plus an octagonal summerhouse. The greenhouse and oil tank are close to the garage.

Double Garage

6.22m x 4.51m (20'5 x 14'10 )

Of brick construction and recently re-roofed. Power and light.

Services

Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. The oil fired boiler is in the utility room. There is access to a boarded loft space from the dressing room. It is insulated, boarded and houses the hot water cylinder.

Local Authority

Wiltshire Council Offices, Monkton Park, Chippenham, Wilts, SN15 1ER. Tel: 01249 706111, www.wiltshire.gov.uk

Council Tax

Band G - £2571.95 for 2016/17.

Directions to SN14 6DP

From Malmesbury head south towards Chippenham on the A429. By the M4 Karting hangar, turn right to Hullavington. Continue through the village, past the Church on your left, and the property is a short distance on your right.

While we take care to ensure the accuracy of our information the following points should be noted: All measurements and distances are approximate. No tests as to the condition or suitability of any services, fixtures or fittings have been carried out and intending purchasers must make their own enquiries. Fitted carpets, curtains and garden ornaments are excluded from the sale unless otherwise stated. Any plans and photographs are illustrative and do not imply such items are included in the sale. These particulars are issued on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through Blount & Maslin. They are believed to be correct, but their accuracy is not guaranteed.

Neighbourhood average sold house prices

Terraced
£237,900
Semi-detached
£256,964
Detached
£394,700

Based on 21 transactions covering the past 5 years. Prices are not adjusted for inflation. Data is supplied by the Land Registry.

  • Blount & Maslin

    50 High Street, Malmesbury, Wiltshire

    • Request details

      I would like to:
    • 01666 238051