Guide Price£385,000

3 Bedroom House

81, The Street, Hullavington
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Full description

A PERIOD STYLE mainly stone built home (1074 sq ft) situated in the heart of the village, with large gardens. Hall, sitting room, family/dining room, kitchen, cloak/utility room. 3 DOUBLE BEDROOMS, family bathroom and en suite shower. Good size gardens, LARGE INSULATED SUMMERHOUSE, office/studio, parking for 4 cars. NO ONWARD CHAIN

The Property - Built in 1935 by the Eton College Estate, this attractive period style home was refurbished and substantially extended at the rear during 2007/8. It offers good sized accommodation arranged over two floors with the added benefit of a large Scandinavian insulated summerhouse in the garden, and a further out building having been previously used as a home office.

The Accommodation - There is a stone bonnet over the front door which leads into a hall. On the right is the dual aspect sitting room with an attractive open fireplace with built-in cupboards and shelves to the side, plus a shelved former window recess. A further door at the rear leads to the kitchen which has a built-in electric double oven, hob and hood, plus an integrated fridge and freezer. There is a water softener under the sink and a large understair cupboard with automatic light. Next door is the cloak/utility room with plumbing for the washing machine and built-in storage. At the rear is the large dual aspect dining/family room, with double doors at the side to a covered porch area with storage. On the first floor, the master bedroom is dual aspect with an Edwardian fireplace, extensive wardrobes and a fully tiled en suite shower. There are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom with shower over the bath and the airing cupbard with automatic light..

Outside - There is off road parking for four cars. A gate leads through a rose covered arch to a path leading through the front garden which has a lawn, shrubs and a stepping-stone gravelled path to the front door door. The rear garden has a paved area adjoining the house, trellis work, a lawn and numerous plants and shrubs. The timber clad former office has a built-in desk unit and measures 3.21m by 1.76m (10'6" by 5'9") and has power and light. The large summerhouse 5.87m by 4.87m (19'3" by 16'0") is an impressive feature and would make an excellent home office, studio or hobbies room, and has numerous power and light points, TV and telephone points.

General - Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. The electric boiler in the utility room which can run on off-peak electricity and supplies a wet radiator system. Council Tax Band C - £1,582.66 payable for 2019/2020. EPC Band F - 31.

Location - This historic village has a welcoming community that offers good amenities including a 12th century church, primary and pre-school, play area, well stocked village store with post office, garage, mobile hairdresser, beautician, public house, coffee shop and village hall. This thriving village offers a host of lively societies and clubs providing entertainment and social events for all ages. 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 just over an hour, whilst convenient access to the M4 Junction 17, 3 miles south, provides fast access to Bath, Bristol, Swindon and Reading.

Directions to SN14 6DR - From Malmesbury head south towards Chippenham on the A429. Adjacent to the M4 Karting Hangar, turn right to Hullavington. Take the next left into the main street and continue past the Church on your right. The property is a short distance on your left, just after the pub.

Having never sold a house before, I was so relieved to meet Keith and Janice. They visited my house six months before I was considering putting it on the market and they were so helpful with their ideas on how I could maximise my property’s potential. All of the team were very empathetic through the whole selling process, being efficient, always at the end of the phone and most importantly made things happen with all parties involved. I can’t thank them enough for making what could have been a stressful period into a manageable project.