- INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
- Sought after town location
- Grade II Listed cottage
- Log burning stove
- On-street parking
- Sitting room with kitchen area
- Bedroom with en suite shower
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
Sitting room with log burning stove and kitchen area.
Bedroom with en suite shower room. On-street parking.
NO ONWARD CHAIN
The market town of Malmesbury sits on the highly desirable Gloucestershire/Wiltshire borders, just 12 miles from Cirencester, "the capital of the Cotswolds." Malmesbury is reputed to be England's oldest borough, dating from around 880 AD. It has a good selection of shops and a regular farmers' market, a library, museum, leisure centre with pool, two primary schools and a "High Performing Academy" secondary school. The 12th century Abbey and Abbey House Gardens together with the nearby Westonbirt Arboretum are significant tourist attractions. The Royal estates of Highgrove and Gatcombe Park are close by and the area is known for its country sports, excellent walking, cycling and water sports. The cosmopolitan city of Bath is 23 miles south-west. J17 of the M4 provides access to the area's major employment centres and there are trains to Paddington in just over an hour from Chippenham, Kemble and Swindon.
This Grade II Listed cottage dates back to the early 19th century. The front door opens into the sitting room with log burning stove. The kitchenette is cleverly disguised behind built-in doors, revealing a worktop with sink unit, two ring electric hob and built-in fridge. A door and stairs lead up to the lovely bedroom with window to front and rear. A door off leads to the en suite shower room with plumbing for washing machine. The property has been let and Maison Let (www.maisonlet.co.uk) advise the current rental value is £495 pcm.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.
Wiltshire Council Offices, Monkton Park, Chippenham, Wilts, SN15 1ER. Tel: 01249 706111, www.wiltshire.gov.uk
Band A - £1,451.99 payable for 2022/23.
Directions to SN16 9BW
Proceed down the High Street and take the first left onto St John's Street.