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3 bedroom house for sale

Tinhead Road, Edington, Wiltshire

Guide Price £595,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Cottage
  • Fully Restored By Owners
  • Simply Stunning Inside & Out
  • 3/4 Bedrooms
  • 3/4 Receptions
  • Superb Kitchen & Bathroom
  • Dating Back To 1306
  • Parking For 2/3 Cars
  • Charming Cottage Gardens
  • Oil Fired Central Heating

Full description

This hugely appealing cottage has been painstakingly restored by the present owners, creating a unique home that combines a wealth of period character with a stylish contemporary finish. Its approach is a delight; a rose and wisteria-lined pathway leads up to the front door providing a charming first impression. The property is believed to date from the early14th Century and is Grade II Listed. Inside a dual aspect sitting room with exposed ceiling beams and impressive Inglenook fireplace leads through to an equally delightful downstairs bedroom (currently used as a dining room), both featuring Brazilian blue slate flooring. A stunning kitchen with 'Mark Wilkinson' granite worktops, integrated appliances and a 5 door red AGA opens to a breakfast/family room with a continuation of the blue slate flooring. There is a spacious drawing room with log burner that could be used as a fourth bedroom. The first floor master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and attractive fireplace, the bespoke bathroom with quality sanitary ware comprises a roll top bath and double width 'rain' shower. A 20ft vaulted third bedroom and walk-in wardrobe occupies the second floor. Outside the quintessential cottage gardens have been lovingly created and nurtured with an array of colourful borders, specimen trees, private seating areas plus a block paved driveway with parking for 2/3 cars.

Directions - Leave Devizes on the A360 Salisbury Road on reaching the village of West Lavington turn right at the Dauntsey School crossroads signposted B3098 to Westbury. Proceed through the villages of Little Cheverell and Erlestoke and upon reaching the village of Edington take the first turning right into Tinhead Road. The property can be found a short distance along on the left hand side.

Situation - May Cottage is situated in the sought after village of Edington nestling in the foothills of Salisbury Plain with fine views over the surrounding countryside. Edington has an excellent village pub called The Three Daggers and an equally impressive Farm Shop and Microbrewery. Edington is located within one mile of Bratton which offers a number of amenities to include a shop, post office, primary school, church and garage and a nearby Golf Club in Erlestoke. The historic town of Devizes is 10 miles to the north east and provides a wide variety of facilities including craft and speciality shops, restaurants, hotels and numerous leisure facilities. The major centres of Bath, Salisbury and Swindon are all within commuting distance and a main line railway station in Westbury provides a regular service to London Paddington.

Accommodation - Canopy porch with outside light, solid oak door into:

Sitting Room - Duel aspect with oak cased window to front and shepherd's window to side overlooking the gardens, Inglenook fireplace with old salt block, exposed ceiling beam, Brazilian blue slate floor, bisque style radiator, TV point, stairs to first floor, wooden panelled latched door to kitchen/family room and opening to:

Bedroom 2 - (Currently used as a dining room by the current owners). Oak cased window to front, exposed ceiling beam, working open fireplace with 'William Morris' style tiled surround, under stairs storage recess, telephone points. Window to rear into family / breakfast room.

Kitchen - Window to side with views on to the garden, continuation of the Brazilian blue slate floor, contemporary quality kitchen with soft closing drawers and doors, granite worktops from 'Mark Wilkinson,' limestone tiling from 'Artisans.' 5 door red oil fired AGA, double ceramic sink with mixer tap, integrated fridge/freezer, integrated dish washer, 'Baumatic' oven/grill and microwave oven, 5 ring induction hob, extractor, pan drawers, downlighters, wine rack, step down to:

Breakfast/Family Room - Two windows to rear and glass panelled oak door to garden, continuation, of the Brazilian blue slate floor, further units with soft closing drawers and marble wrap around worktops form 'Bines,' access to part boarded loft space with light, bisque style radiator. Wooden panelled latched door to Sitting Room.

Impt- please note there is potential to extend over the top of this room to add further bedroom accommodation if needed and plans have been drawn up and are available upon request.

Drawing Room/Bedroom 4 - Dual aspect with windows to front and rear, four bisque style radiators, TV point, bespoke painted dresser and shelving, feature fireplace with inset log burning stove, brick hearth and elm mantle. This room could be converted into a fourth bedroom if anyone required 4 bedrooms or even divided up in to an annex.

First Floor Landing - Window to front, exposed stone walling, ceiling beam, bisque radiator and cover, stairs to second floor with understairs cupboard.

Bedroom 1 - Two oak cased windows to front, ceiling beam, cast iron fireplace, walk-in cupboard with hanging rails, bisque style radiator.

Bathroom - Two opaque windows to side, refitted suite with roll top bath with mixer shower, double width shower with rain style shower head, low level WC, wash hand basin, part tiled walls, wood effect floor, bisque style radiator.

Second Floor Landing - Wooden panelled latched doors to:

Bedroom 3 - Window to side and Velux to rear, radiator, vaulted ceiling .

Dressing Room - Walk-in dressing room with sensor light, hanging rails.

Externally -

Parking - Double 5 bar gates open on to a block paved driveway providing secure parking for 2-3 cars.

Gardens - The stunning south west gardens are a real feature of this home with the current owners completely transforming the areas encompassing the property into quintessential English cottage gardens with a plethora of colourful plants, well stocked raised borders with sleepers, private lawns to the front and side, fruit trees and a range of specimen trees. There is a fabulous two tiered patio sun terrace providing an ideal space al fresco eating and entertaining. Outside shed, concealed oil tank, garden shed. Utility/boiler room/ possible study with oil fired central heating boiler and plumbing for washing machine.

These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firm's employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property. All measurements and distances are approximate only.

Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it.


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