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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

High Street, Marshfield, Chippenham, Gloucestershire, SN14

Guide Price £925,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade 2 Listed
  • 4 Bed Townhouse
  • 3/4 Reception Rooms
  • 1 Family Bathroom / 1 Ensuite
  • Drawing Room with original stone fireplace
  • Sitting Room with original stone fireplace
  • Utility/Cloakroom
  • Large Vaulted Cellar
  • Extensive Attic Space
  • Two stone outbuildings, one being two-storey cottage known locally as The Old Tannery

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A beautiful mid terraced listed period property set in the popular village of Marshfield. Having undergone a complete refurbishment to the highest of standards, this comfortable family home now offers an excellent, flowing layout with ample reception space and flexible accommodation. Part of the house was once a shop dating back to the early 18th century. Located in the village high street, the property has an attractive triple frontage built of Bath stone and coursed rubble typical of a South Gloucestershire Cotswolds AONB village house.
With three reception rooms to the front, the family room flows through to the open plan kitchen and dining room with the utility room and WC tucked in behind. A combination of beautiful wood floors and traditional limestone tiling give a contemporary look. The kitchen units are of a shaker style, with integrated dishwasher, Belfast sink and Rangemaster cooker. There is a cellar beneath the property which is large enough to house a wine collection and is of a good height.
To the first floor are four bedrooms, three of which are double sized. The master bedroom has an open en-suite bathroom, enclosed WC and overlooks the garden. A separate shower room services the other bedrooms and like the en-suite is fitted with top of the range Hansgrohe plumbing.
The rear garden is accessed through the rear porch or glazed French doors from the dining area and is of a good size with gravel patio area leading up to paved walkways, well planted borders and lawn all bounded by dry stone walling. There is a greenhouse, stone outbuilding, an old tannery which should be incorporated into the house subject to planning. A planning application was submitted and granted for permission to join the house to the two-storey stone Cottage/ The Old Tannery by way of a contemporary garden room to provide additional living/home office/staff/granny annex accommodation. (PK15/2562/LB).

Marshfield has a useful range of amenities to include a butchers, post office, shop, school and two pubs. The roman city of Bath internationally renowned for its cultural and leisure facilities is 9 miles away with a wide range of shopping, restaurants, premiership rugby and architectural interests. The local centre of Chippenham has a good range of shops and facilities and an intercity train service to London (Paddington) from 75 minutes. The areas major centres of Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham and Swindon all lay within a 30 mile radius. The M4 provides access to Bristol and the M5 to the west and Swindon and London to the east.

Council Tax: Band E
Services: All mains services connected
Tenure: Freehold
Viewings: Strictly by appointment through Carter Jonas

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Added on Rightmove:
06 April 2018

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