Great Hinton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4

With the original house believed to be dating back circa 400 years, this charming Grade II Listed 'chocolate box' cottage is perfectly positioned within a large plot with outbuildings to make for the perfect family home, in the popular village of Great Hinton. It offers a blank canvas for a family looking for their forever home who may need some external living space for extended family or guests or indeed office space away

from the main house. With a variety of improvements made in recent years including the front of the house being repointed in 2019, the rethatched roof ridge in 2020 and the combed wheat straw thatch believed to have been done in 2007. New Worcester boiler installed in 2021.

Walking in through the more commonly used door to the rear and into the entrance and reception lobby, there is a utility room located to the immediate right hand side with a variety of units and plumbing for white goods. From the same hallway and to the left is the Mark Wilkinson kitchen and breakfast room with multi aspect and door leading to patio area to side of house. The kitchen has a variety of wall and floor units, pantry area, oven and AGA with terracotta tiled flooring. The main reception room is to the front of the house with exposed beams and feature inglenook fireplace. There is a further downstairs dining room boasting character features and a separate downstairs bathroom.

Upstairs on the first floor are four double bedrooms and a separate family bathroom.

The grounds account for approximately 0.8acre in total with a long driveway leading up the side of the house and to the double garage, summer house, double car port, and pond to the rear. The stunning gardens are established and well cared for with a range of shrubs, trees and flower beds and large expanse of lawn.


The property is well situated in the sought after village of Great Hinton. There is an active community here with the nearby villages of Keevil, Steeple Ashton and Bulkington offering a number of amenities to include a shop, post office, primary schools, church and public houses. For a more comprehensive range of amenities, Devizes is some 6 miles away. The historic market town of Devizes has many amenities including town centre shopping, a leisure centre, schools for all ages, various supermarkets, a variety of shops, cinema, theatre and thriving weekly market. The nearby County town of Trowbridge is an expanding town with a wide range of employment opportunities, shopping and leisure facilities and schools, there is also a mainline railway station in the town. The Heritage city of Bath is also close by and offers an even wider range of shopping facilities, arts and leisure facilities and access to the M4 motorway and another mainline railway station.

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold

Council Tax: Band G

Grade II Listed Thatched

Services: Oil fired central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity.

01380 698006

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

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