Guide Price£375,000

3 Bedroom House

Old Farm Close, Hullavington, Chippenham
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Full description

An attractive cottage-style home (1047 sq ft) built in 2016 in this popular village.

3 bedrooms, 2 bath/shower rooms - one en suite. Porch, hall, cloakroom,
sitting room, good sized kitchen/breakfast room with appliances.
Garage, driveway parking.

The Property - Built to a high standard by Coln Residential in 2016, this excellent semi-detached home has elevations of principally Farmington natural stone, beneath a slate covered roof. It has high levels of thermal insulation complemented by double glazed windows, and a Daikin air source heat pump for central heating and hot water. The property is well presented both inside and out and carries the balance of a 10 year Premier warranty.

The Accommodation - Canopy porch with front door leading to the reception hall. Staircase off to first floor and on the left is a cloakroom. Opposite is the sitting room, while at the rear is the good sized kitchen/breakfast room, with double doors into the garden and Neff appliances including a fridge, freezer, double oven with extractor over, a dishwasher and washing machine. On the first floor landing, the airing cupboard houses the pressurised hot water cylinder. There is also access to the centre boarded loft with a ladder and light. The master bedroom has an en suite shower. There is a good sized second bedroom, a decent third and a family bathroom with shower over the bath.

Outside - At the front is a stone retaining wall with lawn and shrubs. At the rear, approached from gated access to the side of the garage, there is a paved patio area, a lawn, sleeper-edged raised beds and a mellow Cotswold stone wall to the rear boundary.

Garage - Up and over door to front, eaves storage, power and light. Door to rear garden.

General - Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Air source heat pump. Council Tax Band D - £1,854.12 payable for 2020/21. EPC rating Band B - 83. The full report is available online, or paper copy on request.

Location - 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 school, pre-schools, 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. The school provision is excellent, including a primary school with outstanding features and international status, two pre-schools 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.

Directions to SN14 6FD - From Malmesbury head south towards Chippenham on the A429. Continue through Corston and take the right hand turning to Hullavington. Turn left into the The Street and immediately before the bus shelter, turn left into Watts Lane, and then first right in Old Farm Close.

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Selling your house? Do you want a large firm with London and International offices; with impersonal form-filling and a computer-led process, or would you prefer a local firm with the human touch that will help guide you through the thorny path and will take endless trouble and give you much more time and thought than the big companies can afford, and will charge less? It sounds too good to be true but that has been my experience with Blount and Maslin of Malmesbury: Keith Maslin and his efficient and caring staff, Janice, Neil and Andrea have nursed me through the stressful process, finding the ideal purchaser for our house and also finding the perfect smaller house into which to move.