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The Street, Hullavington, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN14


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A characterful Grade II Listed two bedroom cottage thought to have been originally a stand alone property and one of the earliest in the village. The front façade shows a date stone indicating the property was built in 1760 and the cottage still retains many period features including an Inglenook fireplace with a former bread oven to one side, exposed beams in most rooms and an old wooden mullion window located on the stairwell. The living space is arranged over two floors and comprises an entrance lobby with tiled flooring leading throught to a kitchen fitted with a good range of matching base units including a built in oven and hob. There is also space for a breakfast table at the far end of this room and beyond a rear lobby providing access via double opening doors into the rear garden and into a useful cloak/utility room with space for two domestic appliances including plumbing for a washing machine and venting for a tumble drier. The sitting room enjoys a dual aspect and has a inglenook fireplace with a fitted wood burning stove. There is also a large walk-in storage cupboard and a door opening to a staircase rising to the first floor. On this level there are two bedrooms each with exposed beams and access to a Jack and Jill bathroom with a white three piece suite including a shower over the bath.


Hullavington is a small but active community with life centred around the local pub, school, village/coffee shop and village hall as well as church. It is ideally located for those wanting to make the most of the surrounding countryside which includes golf at Bowood and Castle Combe, eventing at Gatcombe and Badminton as well as the many shops, amenities and restaurants at the nearby towns of Chippenham and Malmesbury. It also has excellent location links with the M4 motorway being approximately 3 miles from junction 17. For the commuter Chippenham railway station offers high speed train links to London Paddington taking about 70 minutes. Many families move to this area to utilise the excellent schooling of which a few notable include Westonbirt, Beaudesert Park and Wycliffe.


At the front of the cottage there is room to park a car and gated access into the small front garden laid to stone chippings and enclosed by a low stone wall.

Immediately to the rear of the cottage is a decked area with access to a good sized enclosed garden laid to lawn with a number of mature fruit trees. There is also a large summerhouse/studio with power connected, a wooden shed, a stone and brick outbuilding and an original well.

Grade II Listed

Entrance Lobby

Sitting Room

Kitchen Breakfast Room

Rear Lobby


Two Bedrooms




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