Church Street, Westbury, Wiltshire, BA13
Location - Westbury is a small medieval town that lies not far from its famous White Horse hill-carving at the western extremity of Salisbury Plain. Westbury offers a range of shopping and leisure facilities including a library, sports centre, schools, churches, doctors and dentist surgeries, post office and the oldest swimming pool in the Country. The main railway line has fantastic links to Bath, Bristol and London. Travelling by car to Salisbury, Bristol and Swindon takes approximately one hour making it very desirable for commuters. Church Street offers easy access to the Town Centre and enjoys lovely views towards All Saints' Church in Westbury Market Place.
Description - Tucked away in the centre of Westbury, you will be delighted to find this gorgeous and extremely well presented period home. Boasting a large landscaped rear garden, stocked with a delightful selection of plants, trees and shrubs, this really is a true gardeners dream! The ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen, dining room, utility area with shower room and a stunning orangery. On the first floor, there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. Further benefits include gas central heating, Upvc double glazing, garage and parking, which is a real rarity on these types of home.
Entrance Hall - You enter the property through a composite front door with obscure glazed panels, tiled steps lead down to a tiled entrance hall where you will find a radiator with decorative cover, smoke detector, double doors leading to the sitting room, a doorway to the dining room and stairs leading to the first floor with electric stair lift.
Sitting Room - 5.0 max X 4.5 max (16'5" max X 14'9" max) - This gorgeous room has two Upvc double glazed windows to the side, a feature fireplace with exposed brick mantle and brick hearth which continues into the recess with built-in book shelves over, TV point, two radiators and a tiled step to the orangery.
Orangery - 4.4 X 3.2 (14'5" X 10'6") - From the orangery, you can sit back and take in the breathtaking view of the far reaching rear garden. There is a vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden beams (the roof was replaced in 2020), stone flooring, radiator, cupboard, glazed door to the kitchen, wooden door to the utility/shower room and large Oak windows with two double glazed Oak doors opening to the rear garden and under floor heating.
Kitchen - 2.9 X 2.5 (9'6" X 8'2") - There is a Upvc double glazed window to the rear, a range of matching wall and base units with rolled top work surfaces and tiled splash backs, 1.5 bowl sink with chrome mixer tap, built in high level Stoves oven and grill, inset 5 burner gas hob, slimline dishwasher, space for fridge freezer, inset ceiling spot lights, stone tiled flooring and doorway to dining room.
Dining Room - 5.5 into bay X 3.4 max (18'1" into bay X 11'2" max) - There is a Upvc double glazed sash bay window to the front, exposed full height brick fireplace with connections to convert to a gas fire, storage cupboard built into the fireplace recess, large under stairs storage cupboard, radiator with decorative cover, telephone point and an exposed brick seating area in bay window.
Utility/Shower Room -
Utility Area - There is a thin double glazed window to the side, washing machine, fridge freezer, water softener, exposed brick wall and stone flooring leading through to the shower area.
Shower Area - There is a Upvc double glazed obscure window to the rear, corner shower cubicle with wall mounted mains shower, vanity unit providing storage and an inset basin with chrome mixer tap, dual flush WC, chrome heated towel rail and extractor fan.
First Floor Landing - The galleried first floor landing has steps to the higher landing with doors to bedroom one and the bathroom. A step down takes you to the lower landing that has access to bedroom two, bedroom three and airing cupboard with a wall mounted Worcester gas boiler. There is also a radiator, access to the loft, smoke alarm and feature wood panelling to some of the walls.
Bedroom One - 4.7 X 3.7 (15'5" X 12'2") - The dual aspect bedroom has a Upvc double glazed window to the rear and a Upvc double glazed sash window to the front, two bespoke built in double wardrobes - one of which has 12 bespoke inbuilt drawers, and high level cupboards, radiator and a tiled fireplace with wooden mantle and tiled hearth.
Bedroom Two - 4.4 into bay X 3.3 max (14'5" into bay X 10'10" max) - There is a Upvc double glazed sash bay window to the front, radiator and exposed ceiling beam.
Bedroom Three - 2.9 X 2.5 (9'6" X 8'2") - There is a Upvc double glazed window to the side, radiator and a built-in bookshelf.
Bathroom - There is a Upvc double glazed part obscure glazed sash window to the front, panelled bath with chrome mixer and shower attachment, tiled splash back, dual flush WC, vanity unit with storage and inset basin, heated towel rail, extractor and inset ceiling spot lights.
Front - Access to the the front door with storm porch over and vehicular access to the drive, with double gates opening to additional parking for three cars and the detached garage.
Rear Garden - This truly remarkable rear garden is private, quiet and non-overlooked. There is a gravelled seating area direct from the orangery with dwarf wall, path to the lawn and steps to the drive. The large lawn is edged by planted borders with an impressive array of well tended plants, bushes and shrubs, mature trees scatter through the lawn as it leads down to a shed, orchard area with fruit trees, two storage sheds, a vegetable patch to the rear of the garden with views back towards All Saints' Church. The rear of the garden is a work area with gravelling and additional storage, backing onto Bitham Brook.
Garage - Rebuilt in 2017 with Larch interior and Oak exterior, the addition of the garage is yet another huge selling point to the home! With electric fob controlled door to the front, anti-pest control, power and light.
Additional Information - Council Tax Band - E
Directions - From the Westbury High Street, follow into Edward Street, turning left into Church Street (opposite Morrisons). Continue to the bottom of the road and the property can be found immediately in front of you.
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Energy Performance CertificatesEPC 1
Church Street, Westbury, Wiltshire, BA13
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Westbury Station0.8 miles
- Dilton Marsh Station1.4 miles
- Warminster Station3.8 miles
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