4 bedroom end of terrace house for saleDevelopment Opportunity
Withdrawn from Market £185,000
- Investment and Development Opportunity
- Potential to Convert Into Apartments or a House of Multiple Occupation
- Brick Built Victorian End Terrace
- Four Double Bedroom
- Three Reception Rooms
- Large Kitchen/Diner
- Utility Room
- Extensive Front Parking
- Village Location
- No Onward Chain
WHY YOU'LL LIKE IT.... An exciting INVESTMENT and DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY with the Potential to Convert this existing house into apartments or a house of multiple occupation (HMO), subject to the relevant regulations and permissions.
This double fronted brick built end terrace property is currently a family home,that is situated within the heart of this popular Wiltshire Village. The property offers FOUR DOUBLE bedrooms and three reception rooms and externally there is extensive parking to the front.
The property is entered through a private entrance door into the ENTRANCE HALL. The SITTING ROOM is located to the front of the property with a feature fireplace and bay window. Also to the front is the large DINING ROOM that also has a feature fireplace and bay window.
An internal door opens onto the SIDE HALL which has a second entrance door and stairs to the first floor. To the rear of the property is the KITCHEN/DINER that has been fitted with a range of base, drawer and wall mounted cabinets. The DINING AREA has ample space for a large dining table and chairs and there is also a side sash window. From the kitchen/diner there is a UTILITY ROOM which is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted cabinets and has plumbing for a washing machine.
The first floor features FOUR LARGE DOUBLE BEDROOMS, two located at the front and two at the rear. The MASTER BEDROOM has the added benefit a range of wardrobes.
All the bedrooms are served by the modern BATHROOM suite, with a panelled bath, sink inset into a vanity storage unit and separate WC.
Externally there is EXTENSIVE PARKING.
The property is situated in Dilton Marsh, a highly sought after Wiltshire village, that offers a primary school, village hall, church, post office, grocery shop, fish & chip shop and farm shop/garden centre & cafe and a Public House. The Village is located 2.5 miles from Westbury a small market town is situated at the western edge of Wiltshire beside the chalk down lands that form Salisbury Plain.
The most famous landmark of the area is the vastly impressive Westbury White Horse which is both the oldest and largest White Horse in Wiltshire, makes it a delight for both the walker and cyclist and the area also provides the perfect location for air sports. The town offers a range of shopping and leisure facilities including, library, sports and leisure centre, schools, churches, doctors, dentist surgeries, three supermarkets, post office and the oldest swimming pool in the country.
We also have a varied selection of coffee shops, restaurants, public houses and a popular wine bar. Westbury is exceptionally well positioned for all major road and railway connections with the mainline railway station offering links to London (1 hour 26 minutes), Wales and the whole of the South West of England.
To view this property please call Luke Hames, John Hames, Marek Przybylski, David Hames, Katherine Bly, Kirsty Kenyon, Gaynor Fryer or Lucy Squire on 01373 866686
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