High Street, Easterton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3

'Eastbrook Cottage' is a most endearing character home dating from around the 1890s and still retaining a wealth of period features and full of charm. Set behind a small babbling brook, this cottage offers good sized accommodation spread out over 3 floors. As you cross over the small bridge and past the front garden you enter a small porch which in turn opens through to a cosy sitting room with fitted bookshelves either side of the feature fireplace (currently not is use). A door from here leads into a separate dining room with quarry tiled flooring, French doors to the garden and an inviting log burning stove (available by negotiation). There are stairs to the first floor and an opening through to the galley kitchen with a high ceiling and plenty of light pouring in from the skylight, windows and large glazed side panel. the kitchen has a lovely rustic feel with oak worktops and a continuation of the quarry tiled flooring. On the first floor the main bedroom is currently being used as a second sitting room and features a working open fireplace, exposed wooden floorboards and fitted shelving. There is a smart bathroom with tiled effect flooring and two windows. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms with painted wooden floorboards.

To the rear of the cottage is a tranquil green haven with a wealth of mature shrubs, plants and large ferns. In addition there are fruit trees (fig, pear, quince, apple and plum) as well as soft fruit bushes and a limestone patio sun terrace only laid in 2021. The garden enjoys a wonderful amount of privacy and has a further barked seating area with a steep bank beyond.


Easterton is a small village set between Market Lavington and Urchfont close to the foothills of the Salisbury Plain. The village itself offers a thriving public house, a vet, village hall, a play area and fantastic countryside walks right on the doorstep, with neighbouring Market Lavington offering further facilities to include a local butcher's shop, medical centre, schools and shops and public houses. The nearby market towns of Devizes and Marlborough provide a comprehensive range of amenities including shopping and schooling. The excellent private school Dauntsey's School is located closeby in West Lavington. Communications in the area are excellent with train services to London Paddington from Chippenham, Pewsey and Westbury. The M3/4 also gives easy access to the motorway network and to Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The major centres of Bath, Swindon, Salisbury and the country towns of Trowbridge, Chippenham and Marlborough are all within a thirty mile radius.

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold / EPC Rating: E / Council Tax: Band C.

Services: Oil fired heating, mains water, drainage & electricity.

Agent's Note: There are no radiators on the top floor.

Set in a Conservation Area.

The property has a right of way across the rear of neighbouring property to the left hand side but no one has a right of way across Eastbrook Cottage itself.

01380 698006

Strakers - Devizes

6 - 7 Market Place, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 1HT

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