- Period cottage
- 2 bedrooms
- Bathroom with shower over bath
- Large sitting room with log burner
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Lovely cottage garden
- Driveway parking
- Country views
on the edge of this popular village.
Two bedrooms, bathroom with shower. Porch, good sitting room with log burner,
kitchen/breakfast room. Insulated home-office, driveway parking.
This mid terraced cottage has accommodation arranged over two floors, with a lovely rear garden backing onto farmland. It is situated on the edge of this popular village, within easy reach of country walks. The front facade has UPVC double glazed sash windows and a wooden painted front door. The property boasts many character features including a lovely stone fireplace with log burner, exposed stone work/beams and Victorian grate in the bedroom.
The front door leads into a lobby with storage cupboards and space for coat hanging. A half glazed door opens into the good sized sitting room with stairs to first floor and stone fireplace with log burning stove. A lovely stripped pine door opens into the kitchen/breakfast room which is a light and airy room, fitted with modern grey units. There is an integrated oven, hob, with extractor hood over, and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine. A glazed door leads to the rear garden. On the first floor there is a double bedroom with exposed stone walling and Victorian grate. The single bedroom enjoys country views to the rear. The bathroom is fitted with a white suite, with an electric shower over the bath, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and further storage cupboard.
There is a gravelled seating area adjacent to the cottage and an arbour leading into the lawned area, with central pathway and well stocked flower and shrub borders. Wooden insulated home/office and wooden storage shed, both with power and light. A gate at the end of the garden opens into the adjoining fields to the rear. Outside tap.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Electric night storage heaters in the bedrooms and electric underfloor heating in the kitchen/breakfast room. Council Tax Band C - £1,730.55 payable for 2021/22. EPC rating Band E-49.
This historic and popular village sits on the edge of the Cotswolds in an area of great natural beauty. It has a flourishing and welcoming community that offers good amenities including a 12th century church, primary and nursery school, play area, well stocked village store with post office, garage, mobile hairdresser, public house and village hall. This thriving village offers a host of lively societies and clubs providing entertainment and social events for all ages. The school provision is excellent, including a C of E primary school with outstanding features and international status, toddler group and access to locally provided wrap-around care. Hullavington also has good bus links to a number of excellent secondary schools at both Malmesbury and Chippenham.
More comprehensive amenities can be found in the market towns of Chippenham (7 miles) to the south or Malmesbury (5 miles) to the north. Fast trains operate from Chippenham to London Paddington in approximately one and a quarter hours, whilst convenient access to the M4 motorway junction 17 (3 miles south) provides fast access to Bath, Bristol, Reading and Swindon.
From Malmesbury head south towards Chippenham on the A429. Adjacent to the M4 karting hangar, turn right to Hullavington. Aftter the left hand bend, take the next left into the main street and, after the school on the right, take the next right into Mere Avenue. At the end, turn left and the cottage can be found a short distance along on the right hand side, denoted by our 'for sale' board.