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Sold STC Raybarrow Cottage, Nettleton Shrub, Nettleton, Chippenham, Wiltshire Guide Price £650,000

  • Humberts - Chippenham

    Kings Head House, 35, Market Place, Chippenham, Wiltshire

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Bedrooms: 3

A charming 3 bedroom stone built period cottage situated in a peaceful rural location with good size gardens, adjacent paddock & stunning countryside views.

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Kitchen/Breakfast/Family Room

Sitting Room, Dining Room

3 Double Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Large Garage & Ample Parking

Summer House/Office/Gym

Rural Location

Planning Permission for 4th Bedroom Suite

The current owners have updated the property over the last few years, transforming this most delightful country property, to be stylishly presented throughout, with wonderful, yet manageable gardens and an adjacent paddock. The accommodation is spacious with well-proportioned rooms that are light and airy.

On entering the property through the gabled timber door is a good size entrance hall, with a vaulted ceiling and a welcoming double-sided wood burner. Being at the heart of the property it leads through to the main reception rooms, the kitchen/breakfast room, the utility room and the cloakroom. Additionally, there is a large access hatch to a spacious and fully boarded/plaster-boarded loft with lighting and power.

The bespoke Neptune kitchen comprises fitted painted oak units, Silestone quartz work surfaces, with built in appliances including a Smeg Range Cooker, Neff microwave and Grohe boiling water tap. It benefits from having a large pantry and inset Smart TV, and a timber stable door leading to the front garden. Heading back through the hall to the original part of the cottage you will find the dining room (which also benefits from the double-sided wood burner) with beams and inset cabinet with display shelves. Further on along the hallway is the sitting room, a light and airy room with a log burner, bay window, and timber French Doors leading to the main garden.

On the first floor there are 3 double bedrooms. The master bedroom has French windows with a Juliet balcony, facing east, overlooking the main garden, and two built-in double wardrobes. There is a Jack and Jill bathroom with a roll-top bath overlooking the beautiful countryside views and large walk in shower. The 3rd bedroom has its own ensuite shower room.

Grounds & Garden

The cottage is situated along a country lane with a number of similar style and sized properties, access to the gravel parking area and garage is to the side of the cottage with a smaller gate further on for pedestrian access to and from the cottage to the parcel of land on the opposite side of the lane (which will be included in the sale).

The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with paved seating areas at various points in the garden to make the most of the sun as it moves round the property. A garden shed and greenhouse are positioned towards the rear stone wall. Steps from the main garden lead to a further lawned area which runs along the rear of the plot and in the corner there is a very useful large timber summer house with power and internet which could be used as an office or gym. Planning permission has been granted for a 4th bedroom suite (comprising bedroom, bathroom and dressing room) on this upper level to connect with the existing first floor of the property, 16/02019/FUL.

Situation

Nettleton Shrub is a picturesque hamlet in a lovely position amidst open farmland and within easy walking or hacking distance of Badminton Great Park. There is a thriving community with a Post Office stores in nearby Nettleton,

excellent local pubs nearby, in Castle Combe and Burton. A good choice of both state and private schooling in the region. The southern Cotswolds are known for their outstanding beauty and desirability and there are many appealing walks and bridleways in the area. Bristol, and the

renowned Georgian city of Bath, both have facilities that provide for the day to day domestic, social and leisure needs. Nearby Chippenham also provides a comprehensive range of facilities including main line rail services (Chippenham to Paddington about 75 minutes). Good road

communications provide easy access to the major employment centres of Swindon and Bristol together with London and the West Country

Neighbourhood average sold house prices

Detached
£405,000

Based on 1 transactions covering the past 5 years. Prices are not adjusted for inflation. Data is supplied by the Land Registry.

  • Humberts - Chippenham

    Kings Head House, 35, Market Place, Chippenham, Wiltshire

    • Request details

      I would like to:
    • 01249 247223